Metal Gear Solid
Action 03 September 1998
A tactical action game with stealth features, developed by Konami, as well as continuation of the Metal Gear series, which began over a decade earlier on 8-bit MXS computers. The story takes place in the not-so-far future and tells about an attack of a dangerous terrorist organization on a secret military base in Alaska. Players take role of Snake, the special forces soldier known from previous titles, whose objective is to infiltrate the base, save the hostages and stop the terrorists, who threaten to launch nuclear missile. Unlike its predecessors, Metal Gear Solid has been created in full 3D, though the game premises remained unchanged. Gameplay focuses on stealth elements: acting in secrecy and avoiding guards, cameras, and direct confrontation. Nonetheless, the game doesn't lack action sequence, where the protagonists makes use of a vast arsenal of weapons and useful gadgets.
Racing 02 July 1999
Inspired by classic films from the 60s and 70s of the last century, a racing game with feature elements. Players play the role of a secret police officer, who works out mafia structures by performing tasks commissioned by gangsters.
CTR: Crash Team Racing
Racing 19 October 1999
Digital reissue of the fourth game about the adventures of the nice mutant Crash. Unlike the previous parts of the cycle, which were three-dimensional platforms, this time we are dealing with crazy go-kart races. Crash's and Dr. Cortex's teams stand for a big tournament organized by the best rally driver in the universe - Nitrous Oxide.
Adventure 31 January 1999
A classic survival horror movie from PlayStation, which started one of the most popular series in its genre. In the game we play the role of Harry Mason, who together with his daughter goes on holiday to the title town of Silent Hill. On the spot, the protagonist undergoes an accident, after which it turns out that his daughter has disappeared and the city is shrouded in dense, mysterious fog.
Arcade 25 January 2007
Re-edition of the classic 3D platformer that originally appeared on the PlayStation in 1996. In the game we play the role of a friendly animal named Crash, who, after escaping from Dr. Neo Cortex's animal experimentation laboratory, has to save his beloved and put an end to the evil plans of a scientist.
Resident Evil: Director's Cut
Adventure 22 September 1997
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
Arcade 30 August 2007
Digital reissue of the second part of the colour platformer, which debuted on the PS One console in 1997. The friendly Crash must once again confront the sinister Dr. Cortex, who with the help of special power crystals intends to improve his machine and turn all inhabitants of the Earth into obedient slaves. The hero's task is to collect all 25 crystals before the opponent does it.
Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped
Arcade 27 September 2007
Digital reissue of the platformer from 1998, which is the third fully-fledged part of the series about the adventures of the friendly Jamrai Crash. In this part of the game he also has to help his sister Coco. Together they move in time to stop the villains who want to reverse the course of history and prevent the frustrated plans of Dr. Neo Cortex from being thwarted.
Racing 12 August 1996
Very unusual car races. It doesn't matter where you reach the finish line, but whether you'll be able to do it at all. The main goal of the game is the total destruction of enemy vehicles.
Arcade 18 December 1995
Classic side-scroll platformer, in which we play the role of a nice lizard from the family of geckons. Our hero is dragged into the TV by the sinister Reza, who has captured the media world and wants to gain power over the world with his help. In order to break free from the trap, Gex has to travel through a variety of worlds inspired by different film genres.
Racing 29 September 1995
A futuristic racing game that has given rise to one of the most popular series in its genre. Players sit at the helm of modern antigravity cars, taking part in the ruthless struggles taking place on seven different routes.
Racing 31 August 1995
A science fiction-based futuristic racing game, a side-project of the experienced Bullfrog studio. In the game we sit at the helm of 6 futuristic cars, competing on 6 different routes, full of shortcuts and branching. The fun is diversified by the possibility of using weapons and the need to replenish fuel supplies.
Fighting 07 November 1995
One of the most popular series in its genre. In the game we take part in an elite tournament called King of the Iron Fist. One of the key characters is Kazuy Mishima, who wants to take revenge on his father.
Ridge Racer Type 4
Racing 08 March 2011
A digital re-edition of a hit racing game from your PlayStation. The fourth installment of the Ridge Racer series offers a cycle-typical, arcade riding model with an emphasis on effective cornering. The game contains 320 fictitious vehicles, divided into 4 manufacturers and 2 classes, with a slightly different driving style. In addition to the Grand Prix and Time Trial modes, for the first time there is also the possibility of two players competing on a split screen.
Fighting 22 November 2006
Reedition of the second part of the cult fight from the PS One console. The action of the game takes place 2 years after the events known from its predecessor and concentrates around the next martial arts tournament, in which Kazuya Mishima and his father Heihachi, among others, will once again face each other. The game offers a total of 25 playable characters, including 8 brand new ones. The tactics of combat was significantly expanded, and warriors gained a large array of new plays.
Fighting Force 2
Fighting 19 October 2011
Digital reissue of the third-person action game Fighting Force 2, which was originally released in 1999 on PlayStation and Dreamcast consoles. In the game we play Hawk Manson, known from the original, who is sent on a secret mission to a company suspected of cloning people. Compared to its predecessor, the title departs slightly from the classic "beat 'em up" genre, offering much more shooting elements.
Arcade 12 December 1999
A unique arcade game considered to be one of the first music-rhythmic productions. The creators of the legendary PaRappa the Rapper series are responsible for the production of the title. Players control the animated rabbit and to the rhythm of music must avoid obstacles standing in its way.
Action 30 November 1997
A dynamic three-dimensional action game in which we play the guardians of the law of the future and sit at the helmets of a futuristic police helicopter. Performing successive missions in the universe inspired by the famous Android Hunter, we also try to discover the cause of the sudden and mysterious death of our sister.
Metal Gear Solid: Special Missions
Action 11 July 2013
Digital reissue of a special package of additional missions to Metal Gear Solid, which was originally released on the PlayStation in 1999. The expansion focuses on the game's home VR Mode mode, offering 300 missions taking place in virtual reality. In the course of subsequent tasks, players can practice their combat and creep skills, although less conventional missions such as mysterious murders and the fight against giant cyber-soldiers are also foreseen.
Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams
Fighting 14 June 1998
Continuation of the famous series of battles by Capcom, realized in a traditional 2D view. This time 10 warriors, including those known from the previous editions of the cycle, as well as completely new ones, compete against each other. The game significantly improved the graphics and introduced several modifications to the combat model, such as the possibility of blocking in the air and special combinations of blows, the so-called Alpha Combos.
Twisted Metal (1995)
Action 23 February 2011
A digital re-edition of the classic action game from PlayStation, which initiated the so-called "vehicular combat" genre. In the game we compete in the title tournament Twisted Metal, competing to the death and life behind the wheel of 12 different vehicles, equipped with various weapons.