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Name:Complete NTSC US PSX Collection B NTSC US/Various/1995

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 Breath of Fire IV [U] [SLUS-01324].7z

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 Brave Fencer Musashi [U] [SLUS-00726].7z

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 Bratz [U] [SLUS-01508].7z

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 Bottom of the Ninth [U] [SLUS-00049].7z

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Complete NTSC US PSX Collection B NTSC US/Various/1995 preview 93

NTSC-US PSX Collection Index
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M1 M2 N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Demos - (browse all)
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Here we go AGAIN!!!
Every single Image found here was tested and working in pSX 1.10 or ePSXe:
*2 Exceptions: Had to play in actual Sony Hardware
-Black Dawn (U) [SLUS-00321]
-Brain Dead 13 [Disc1of2] (U) [SLUS-00083]
--Didnt play through to Disc2 but it boots fine in emulator

Big Thanks to GBK2K6 could not have done it without him and his DC++ Hub
Download Client here:
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[quote] It's the most complete pool-simulation game around for the PlayStation.

Backstreet Billiards has absolutely nothing to do with the Boys of the same name, but both seem to have the power to entertain for hours on end. Although ASCII's pool sim won't cause preteen girls to scream and swoon, it should have plenty to satisfy anyone looking for a pool game that serves equal helpings of realism and fun.[/quote]
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[quote]What do you get when you combine neighborhood kids and all-star players of the men's and women's pro soccer ranks? Nonstop fun! Head out to the backyard for this rollicking, creative take on the world's favorite sport. There are plenty of original characters and miniature versions of Major League Soccer and U.S. Women's National Team members at your disposal in this edition of BACKYARD SOCCER. Take players like Cobi Jones, Carlos Valderrama, and Brandi Chastain and put them on squads with adorable kids, making for some of the cutest teamwork you'll ever lay eyes on. Enjoy a single game, or delve into a complete season that concludes with a round-robin tournament. There's a Practice mode to help younger gamers find their bearings, and tons of power-ups to make the game like an arcade experience. If you're looking for a unique soccer experience that will keep you entertained in game after game, look no further than BACKYARD SOCCER.[/quote]
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[quote]Welcome to the amazing worlds of Baldies, where our follically challenged little friends engage in hilarious acts of warfare with the evil Haries. With a skilled team of Workers, Builders, Soldiers and Scientists; Baldies scatter the land with their towns, forests, science labs and barracks, not to mention mine fields and cannons. Whether you play on the icy terrain of Alaska or the arid deserts of Egypt, the challenge remains the same: shepherd your flocks to Baldy Domination!![/quote]
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[quote]An all-action arcade style game set on a unique future world where, as a prisoner of the State, you are compelled to compete in gladiatorial events against other wrongdoers for the amusement and pleasure of law-abiding citizens. Sentenced to life behind bars, your one hope is to work your way up through the system to get a shot at becoming the People's Champion. Make it that far and you will have earned your freedom the hard way - by overcoming some of the most savage humanoids the Galaxy can muster, while entertaining the viewing trillions.[/quote]
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[quote]BALL BLAZER is basically one-on-one indoor soccer, but with the use of a variety of weapons. Much like soccer, your goal is to put the ball in the net more times than your opponent does. Each player rides around in a rotofoil, used to speed around the arena field. However, in order to win the match, you must win three, four-minute rounds. Sounds easy enough, but you have to beat eight challengers in order to be the BALL BLAZER champion. BALL BLAZER offers eight characters to choose from and four modes of gameplay, including Practice, Tournament, Single-Player Free Play, and Two-Player Free Play. Each mode offers its own variety of fun![/quote]
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[quote]Cannons and catapults collide in this strategy/action game. Castles crumble to the ground in magical siege warfare. Protect your kingdom and conquer you opponents in explosive one-on-one action. Only the strong will survive.[/quote]
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[quote]BALLISTIC for the PlayStation will have you at your wits end. Keep the chain of colored balls away from the center by shooting other colored balls at them. Three different modes of play, including Panic, Stage, and Versus will keep you pleasantly puzzled. Panic challenges you to see how long you can play with a never-ending chain. Stage starts you off easy and keeps the challenges coming as you successfully complete each round. Versus allows you and a friend to go head-to-head, the goal being to eliminate your chain and pile balls onto their playing area. Each mode has you competing for more time to keep the chain going, and for bonus items such as a clock that stops the movement of the chain, and a bomb that destroys certain balls. BALLISTIC is puzzle with attitude.[/quote]
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[quote]In BARBIE SUPER SPORTS, the blonde icon takes on the sports of snowboarding and in-line skating, and shows us how it's done. Both events have a practice area where Barbie gives advice on how to race and get better scores, which will earn tickets that can be traded in for better equipment. And you'll need better equipment if you want to beat Barbie and her friends. After beating the computer-controlled opponents, challenge your friends to a race with the Two-Player mode, or see who can complete a course the fastest in the Time-Trial mode. Whether it is snowboarding or in-line skating, with Barbie anything is possible.[/quote]
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[quote]BASES LOADED '96: Double Header was the first baseball game to appear on the PlayStation. All of the players from Major League Baseball over 700 in all are here thanks to the license from the MLBPA. If you want to jump right into the action, put your team on the field in an exhibition game or a championship series. For those who are interested in testing their mettle against every other team in the league, play a season with 13, 26, 52, or 162 games. While going through the ups and downs of the season, take on the manager's role and decide who sits and who plays. You can also fill in the weaknesses of your team through trades. With all of the management options and real-world players, BASES LOADED '96 brings all of the action of professional baseball home.[/quote]
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[quote]For a real fishing experience without the mosquitoes, BASS LANDING for the PlayStation is the way to go. With the fishing controller included with the game, you can simulate a real fishing outing from the comfort of your couch. Master the various casting techniques such as overhand, side hand, and skipping, and choose the best lures, reels, and rods to catch the big bass. You'll need to pick out the best fishing spots, too, with the help of your depth finder and global positioning tools. Lecture mode can help with tips on how to reel ‘em in. You'll need all the skill you can acquire for Tournament mode, which puts you up against fishing pros in competition. You can also look back on the day's catches in the Record mode. So reel in the fun with BASS LANDING.[/quote]
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[quote]For unforeseen reasons, fishing appears to be a pretty hot genre, as there have been numerous fishing games released for the PlayStation just in the past year or so. With the release of Bass Rise, Bandai has become the latest of a long list of publishers that includes the likes of Agetec and Natsume to drop line looking to hook fishing gamers.[/quote]
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[quote]Gotham City seems to be cursed, as now the city's most dangerous criminals have escaped from Arkham Asylum. Now it's up to you as Batman to chase them down and deliver them back to the asylum. You'll travel the streets of Gotham (inspired by the animated series rather than the comic book or movies) on the Batcycle or in the Batmobile, trying to capture Penguin, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Two-Face, Mr. Freeze, the Riddler, and the Joker. Luckily, Batman's vehicles are equipped with a variety of weapons including oil slicks, smoke screens, and homing devices that can make your life a little easier. All of the action takes place in two different modes, Patrol mode and Adventure mode. Patrol mode has you roaming the streets looking for the opportunity to root-out trouble, while Adventure mode lets you take on the challenges of 40 structured missions. Gotham City is depending on Batman to squash the latest threat to its serenity in BATMAN: Gotham City Racer.[/quote]
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[quote]3-D fighters are a dime a dozen these days. Everybody and their mom has put out a mediocre fighter. And while Sega's Virtua Fighter is undoubtedly the first, it wasn't until Battle Arena Toshinden (Toh Shin Den in Japan) that the 3-D realm was taken advantage of. Tamsoft added one little move to the characters' repertoires, and that one little move changed the fighter forever. Behold: the sidestep![/quote]
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[quote]An anime-styled strategy RPG set in the future after WWIII. Players are part of a mercenary force of "Hunters" who go out to collect the relics of the past in the hopes of bringing alive a new tomorrow. The game features an isometric tile-based battlefield (like other strategy-RPGs) and features a card-collecting feature for customizing your Hunter's battle abilities.[/quote]
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[quote]Your objective is to capture the ball with your tank and shoot it in the enemy goal. Sounds pretty easy, right? Think again. BATTLE SPORT offers 50 huge arenas, each very different from the next. You can shoot your opponents and drain their tank's energy in order to slow them down and steal the ball. Watch out though, because they can do it to you, as well. All the arenas and tanks are mapped with stunning textures, giving them a very nice effect. Each of the five available tanks has its own ratings for each of the following categories: top speed, acceleration, firepower, armor, cornering, ball handling, and more. With the money you gain from beating your opponents, you can buy special weapons and add-on items to upgrade your tank into the ultimate scoring machine. BATTLE SPORT is the extreme sport of the future are you ready?[/quote]
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[quote]Storyline isn't important in BATTLE STATIONS. What is important is blowing your enemy's ship into nothing. You have the opportunity to play a variety of war games, either with a friend or against the computer. BATTLE STATIONS offers 76 intense missions that can be played as single-player or multiplayer, and there are a total of three exciting gameplay options: Arcade, Campaign, and War Games. Your goal in Arcade mode is to become fleet admiral by sinking as many enemy ships as you can. The ship-to-ship fighting in Arcade mode is action-packed. In the Campaign mode, it will be you versus the computer in several single-player missions. You'll go up against one of five different enemy admirals, each with their own tactics and specialties. What may very well make this game shine is its outstanding Multiplayer mode. In Multiplayer, you can play many war games in one of 26 different locations. Your goal is to sink your opponent's ship while taking little damage to your own ship, so that it can come back to fight again. You can also play different games such as Capture the Harbor and Capture the Flag, each providing their own unique brand of gameplay.[/quote]
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[quote]Sequel to 3DO's popular multiplayer tank battle fest. This time around players can expect a whole slew of new goodies ranging from enhanced graphics to improved framerates and more deathmatch modes than ever before. In the year 2002 the world has turned into a diseased, post-apocalyptic wastelands. As the human race struggles to rebuild society, a young boy who possesses rare tele-kinetic abilities holds the key to a better world. However, an evil QueenLord wants this boy's powers for her own so that she may destroy what is left of civilization. Using a variety of tanks and weapons, players must rescue this powerful child from the hands of evil and deliver him into the safe arms of the allies. Only then can peace be restored upon the land.[/quote]
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[quote]It's Ojo's birthday, and you're invited to join all the fun with Bear and his friends in the Big Blue House. Help Ojo find all her presents by playing games with your favorite characters. Play with the whole gang, Bear, Ojo, Tutter, Pip & Pop, & Teelo. Eleven mini-games including Dance with Bear, Bubbles with Treelo, Ojo's memory game, and the Birthday game. Have fun with BEAR IN THE BLUE HOUSE.[/quote]
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[quote]In BEAST WARS you travel along the planet's surface and explore many areas, looking to destroy any enemies that cross your path. The innovative auto-targeting system locks on to any enemies in your area and makes for some straightforward killing. However, don't think it's going to be easy, as you will have to dodge enemy gunfire at the same time. Eventually, your character will use up his Energon supply and you will have to refuel by transforming into Beast mode. While in Beast mode you cannot attack, and your sole purpose is to find power-ups to restore your Energon. BEAST WARS offers 10 different transformers to choose from, each with their own traits. You'll also have the chance to battle in four different environments, each having its own set of enemies. With 24 missions to play and eight bonus missions, you'll have plenty to keep you occupied. Transformers fans will love this game.[/quote]
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[quote]Beyblade is the extreme sports experience where every fan can become an active competitor using strategy to build and customize their battle equipment in pursuit of becoming the World Beyblade Champion. To hardcore Beybladers, their world revolves around BeyStadium where the battle for supremacy is played out. Each Beyblade is as unique as its owner, involving the custom assembly of five key parts – The Bit Chip, Attack Ring, Weight Disk, Spin Gear and Blade Base. The only way to see who’s “Beyblade” has the ultimate power is to match them up for a battle![/quote]
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[quote]While searching for his father, Fynn, a young boy from Canaan Island, notices the uprising of evil all around him. This epic tale of good vs. evil will immerse you in its storyline and leave you playing for hours. The battle scenes are done in full 3D to give the game rich, detailed graphics that accent the engrossing storyline. In BEYOND THE BEYOND you will encounter characters unlike any you've ever seen in a game before, and you will face some of the most terrifying monsters ever created. The innovative top-down isometric view shows off the evolving landscapes you travel through. With each win in battle, your stats increase, making your party more powerful by the minute. Mages, Paladins, thieves, and wise men are all available to help fight in your battle against evil. The emotional soundtrack will truly engross you in this game and send you on a roller coaster of emotions with each plot twist.[/quote]
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[quote]Another snowboarding title...

Includes several snowboarding events- standard slalom-style, half pipes, races, and more. Also features several licensed riders, 24 courses, and lots of licensed music.[/quote]
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[quote]There's nothing like the real thrill of luring in a largemouth bass, and now you can have the experience without getting a drop of water on you. Try to reel in 14 different types of freshwater fish including spotted bass, redeye bass, and rock bass in this PSX classic, enjoying a dozen massive locales. Real-life obstacles like rod direction, reel speed, and water structures will provide plenty to overcome, but you'll arrive armed with 20 unique lures to help get the job done. Choosing from a selection of spinners, bucktails, bass bugs, and other stuff that will help get those fishes' attention, you'll try to master any of the three impressive modes of play: Free Fishing, Three-day Tournament, and Beat the Clock. Five total events will ensure that the gameplay never repeats itself, and the graphics are downright incredible. It's not easy to hook and reel a bass, but it sure is fun when you do.[/quote]
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[quote]BIG BASS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP places you into the world of competitive, professional fishing. Customize your tackle box and fishing style, then head out to Raccoon Lake and take on the pros in the Tournament mode. If the competition keeps stressing you out, go for a casual afternoon of relaxation in the Practice mode. No matter how you choose to play the game, the underwater camera will capture every second of fish fighting action. With all of the action and excitement of professional fishing, BIG BASS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP will keep all the future Hank Parker's of the world happy.[/quote]
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[quote]Hey Batta-Batta! Swing Batta! Americas past time returns! Head to the ballpark with this fun baseball game that will keep you swinging for the fences.[/quote]
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[quote]Are you a pin punisher or a gutter lover? Take off your street shoes, buff up your ball, and step into the lanes of Big Strike Bowling. Choose from a horde of unique bowlers and head out to the craziest alleys ever conceived. Strut your stuff, and snub all the leaguers by racking up a stack of cash. It’s like real bowling, except more fun and without the stench of 50-year-old rental shoes. Big Strike Bowling is the best thing to happen to the sport since the invention of the bowling ball![/quote]
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[quote]Originally released in Japan as Simple 1500 Series Vol. 10, Agetec and A1 games ported this pool simulator to North America in 2001.[/quote]
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[quote]In the world of BIO F.R.E.A.K.S., the United States has been split into warring regions, with a different corporation controlling each one. Naturally, each corporation would like to control all of the former United States. Rather than wage war, these companies have developed flying, robotic, enhanced, armored, killing synthoids, or Bio F.R.E.A.K.S. These synthoids have weapons fused to their bodies, and have only one purpose: they must destroy the synthoids of every other corporation to allow the their company to dominate. These battles are not for the squeamish, as fighters have been known to lose limbs. All the fighting takes place on land and in the air. Do you have the guts and the skill to take on the F.R.E.A.K.S.?[/quote]
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[quote]BLACK BASS WITH BLUE MARLIN brings the joys of the lake and the sea to the PlayStation. You won't miss a second of the action with a wide variety of camera angles. For those who want an arcade feel, choose the underwater camera and watch that fish fight; the above-water view provides a simulation experience, where the fish is unknown until it is brought in. Don't worry, bringing in the fish is not going to be a problem with the large number of spots to drop a line. Naturally, dropping the line is not going to be enough; you'll have to choose lures wisely and use the proper technique if you want to catch anything. If you're not having any luck, get advice about your technique from legendary angler, Hank Parker. With all of the options and a large number of fishing spots, BLACK BASS WITH BLUE MARLIN has something for every aspiring angler.[/quote]
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[quote]Fire up your combat chopper and unleash a reign of fear and fury on the cold-blooded terrorists you've been assigned to waste. As a member of the top secret Black Operations military unit, your objectives are simple: decimate enemy forces, liberate desperate hostages, and navigate your machine through 32 life-or-death missions over 7 war-torn zones in this addictive action free-for-all. Black Dawn. You can almost taste the shrapnel.[/quote]
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[quote]Based on Wesley Snipes' filmic "destroy all vampires" romp from last year, Activision's Blade first appeared to be a more action-oriented take on horror-themed games like Resident Evil and Silent Hill. In actuality, it's turned out to be more similar to beat- and shoot-'em-ups like Eidos' Fighting Force series and Sega's Zombie Revenge. Preliminary expectations aside, it's still a disappointment.[/quote]
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[quote]The year is 2096. There is only one spectator sport left, BLAST CHAMBER. Take the role of one of the nameless contestants raised by the Stable and see if you can get out alive. In the allotted time of The Game, you must make your way through a rotating chamber to a crystal. Otherwise, the bomb strapped to your back is going to explode. Not everyone is successful, and at some point, your remains are going to decorate one of the 60 levels. To spread the fear of time, challenge your friends to an Eliminator match, in which the last man standing wins, or a Free for All, he who dies least, wins. Whoever can survive the BLAST CHAMBER just might win his freedom.[/quote]
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[quote]When ESPN2 was first born, you could always find something fun to watch in the early afternoon or late at night. Sports that didn't get much mainstream exposure were right at home on the fledgling network. Lately, it's turned into nothing more than a more in-depth version of ESPN, and the lineup of hard-to-find sports has gone with it. That's depressing, because I pretty much kept myself occupied in college by either playing videogames or watching inline hockey, pool tournaments and indoor lacrosse on "The Deuce."[/quote]
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[quote]In BLAST RADIUS, you are the last member of an elite fighter squadron, and you have landed in the middle of the conflict between the evil Kotan-Kai and the docile Vorn. The Vorn want you to defend them; in return, you'll get to fly nine of their most advanced spacecraft. Take out the Kotan-Kai with 13 different weapons including torpedoes, rockets, seeker missiles, and fusion nukes in 40 levels of intense dogfighting action. After successfully defending the Vorn, use a link-cable to destroy your friends in the Two-Player mode.[/quote]
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[quote]After their father defeated the Plutonian Boss, Roddy and Elfie thought the world was safe. Now, a recent rash of geological incidents has them fearing the worst. They decide to get into their SOPHIA tank and head underground to investigate, where their fears are confirmed: the Plutonian Boss has revived and the half-human, half-machine monsters are back. Guide Roddy and Elfie as they travel through eight levels to hunt down and ultimately defeat the Plutonian Boss. Power-ups like power boosts, weapons boosts, and shields are scattered throughout each level, so you'll have to keep your eyes peeled. As the game progresses, the new SOPHIA tank can earn new and improved features, like the offensively powerful blue tank or the well-balanced forklift. Only you can keep the world safe for humanity in BLASTER MASTER: Blasting Again.[/quote]
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[quote]It's BLASTO time! Fire up your trusty Blast-O-Matic, strap on your rocket pack, and get ready to go head-to-head with some slimy, alien slugs. You'll span galaxies and cross planets as you endure in your quest to save the universe. In this free roaming 3D world, you'll have plenty to do and plenty to see. The 3D world is also fully interactive, adding a whole new level of gameplay. BLASTO doesn't follow your ordinary story line; it's full of twisted humor, absurd characters, and fairly devious situations. To save the world, however, you'll need to master all of BLASTO's many moves, each with their own dynamic animation. This game will completely immerse you with more than its graphics and gameplay, though. It has a wonderfully composed soundtrack and hilarious sound effects. People of all life forms will enjoy the full BLASTO experience.[/quote]
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[quote]You play the role of Flicker, a young dragon who is always inventing new stuff to make his life easier. As one of the smartest dragons in a land called Camelhot, Flicker's fallen deeply in love with King All Fire's daughter, the beautiful Princess Flame. As King All Fire is retiring soon, Flicker's chance to court Princess Flame is now. The King is holding a tournament of grand magnitude, and the winner will become King of Camelhot and take Princess Flame's hand in marriage. In this point-and-click adventure, you'll lead Flicker through the tournament, battling rival dragons and completing various mini-games. Ultimately, it'll be up to you to stop Sir George the Human and his evil Black Dragon. This journey will give you the chance to interact with over 40 characters, each with their own personality. You'll also come across various items in the kingdom of Camelhot, from bones to popcorn; each one will serve a special purpose. With loads of mini-games to keep you busy, BLAZING DRAGONS offers hours of fun.[/quote]
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[quote]Today you're going over the wall but how far you go from there is up to you! Choose one of eight cartoon characters and bounce, blast and batter your way past an array of formidable, fortress-like block barriers in Natsume's revolutionary 3-D twist on an arcade classic. Score points and unlock a special power that unleashes increadible block busting capabilities! The blocks are stacked against you.[/quote]
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[quote]Kain was once a nobleman in Nosgoth. But when he was murdered, an evil spirit offers Kain the chance to return and get revenge. However, there is a catch: Kain must serve the evil spirit and will return as the vampire destroyer of Nosgoth. Rather than take eternal rest, Kain chooses revenge. You take control of the Vampire Lord Kain as he seeks revenge on his murderers and tries to destroy the evil spirit that he serves. These are not easy tasks though, and they will require Kain to transform into a bat, wolf, nobleman, and mist. When Kain is hurt, he must drink human blood or once again face death. Your intellect and well as your reaction time will be tested with the varied gameplay found in Blood Omen. Will Kain be able to get revenge and destroy his master?[/quote]
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[quote]BLOODY ROAR II continues the fight started in BLOODY ROAR. This time, seven more characters have joined in the fight. By transforming into the Spirit Animal of each character, you'll be able to pummel your opponents into the ground. If the regular combos aren't good enough for you, play the Custom mode to unlock the hidden powers of each character, or create custom combos for your personal use. If laying the smack down doesn't satisfy your animal instincts, play the Story mode and learn each character's unique background. With all of the options and action, BLOODY ROAR II will bring out the beast in you.[/quote]
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[quote]Blue and company really have their work cut out for them this time, because putting on a musical review isn’t as easy as it seems! Based on the Nickelodeon television series BLUE’S CLUES, this is a creative, original game for the younger set. Blue, Steve, and all the rest of the gang have to solve difficult puzzles in order to put together the best possible show, and you’re the perfect person to help them. Select different songs to put into the review, and then get rewarded by having the cast actually perform them! Perfect for children ages 3-6 (especially if they’re already fans of the show), BLUE’S CLUES: Blue’s Big Musical features stellar graphics, great voice acting, and animates on that’s lifted straight from the show. Blending educational values and good, old-fashioned fun, BLUE’S CLUES: Blue’s Big Musical can be played alone, but is truly wonderful as a two-player collaborative effort.[/quote]
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[quote]Join Bob the Builder and his team of friends in eight "Fix it Fun" actibities, featuring all of your favorite characters, voices and music from the popular TV show. Made for players ages 3 and up.[/quote]
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[quote]Imagine flying through the canyons and passes of a mountain range when suddenly a squadron of Soviet Migs drops out of the sky. It is up to you to save America and destroy the Communist threat as you buzz through the mountains to find the Migs and blow them out of the sky. That is the kind of action found in BOGEY: Dead 6, which brings all of the action and excitement of PC flight simulators to the PlayStation. Take on 12 missions in expansive 3D environments and destroy enemies on land, in the sea, and in the air. After completing a mission, a new plane becomes available, expanding your choices. Planes include the F-14 Tomcat, the F-18 Hornet, the Soviet Mig-29, and others. By being the first game with analog support, the control of each plane is as realistic as possible. With all of the action in BOGEY: Dead 6, you'll swear that you are in a cockpit.[/quote]
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[quote]Bomberman returns to his old-school, 2D roots in BOMBERMAN PARTY EDITION. Take control of the Bombermen as they try to back each other into a corner and blow each other to pieces. Occasionally, power-ups rear their ugly heads and allow increased bomb capacity, extra strength, or let bombs be kicked. This tried-and-true gameplay formula can be enjoyed in the Modern or Classic modes. Modern mode has new graphics, and Classic mode will let you relive your errant, misspent youth with the classic graphics of older BOMBERMAN games. Since this is the party edition, call some friends over to duke it out in the Battle mode. Every aspect of the battle can be customized including power-ups, hyper bombers, and super bomber cart. This keeps the game balanced for new players and old veterans, alike. So get ready to rumble with BOMBERMAN PARTY EDITION.[/quote]
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[quote]Your fear of clowns has never been more warranted. Step into the (oversized) shoes of a malicious clown, setting out to inflict massive amounts of damage to the world around you. Your task is to blow up various islands on each of the game’s sprawling levels, leaving nothing standing. You’ll accomplish your missions by designing domino-effect patterns in your planting of various bombs and explosives, allowing each island to be destroyed with the push of a button. This original escapade features more than 120 levels of pulse-pounding action, boasting some of the most advanced strategic challenges you’ll ever come across. Each puzzle is a few degrees more complex than the last, allowing you to ease into the experience before things get too stressful. With awesome graphics, original gameplay, and more explosions than any clown-themed game has ever dared to try, THE BOMBING ISLANDS might not help you conquer your fear of clowns, but it’s perfect therapy if you hate islands.[/quote]
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[quote]You must take control of the Boombots and stop the evil aliens that have captured the world's housecats. There are a total of 15 Boombots to choose from, each with an array of punches and kicks, as well as unique grappling moves and weapons. When you are ready to fight, enter one of the 15 arenas and prepare for battle. Fortunately, there are a large number of power-ups hidden in each venue, including energy boosts that will make the fight a little easier for you. Once you collect enough energy, your Boombot enters Mongo mode and grows in size and strength. Graphically, the game retains the claymation feel that the Neverhood is famous for, and there are also a number of full-motion video sequences that are done entirely in claymation. The world is counting on you to help save the frightened felines in BOOMBOTS.[/quote]
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[quote]BOTTOM OF THE 9TH ‘99 brings all of the action and excitement of professional baseball to the PlayStation. With an MLBPA license, over 700 major league players are included with updated stats, and motion capture technology recreates the nuances of every single player. Get a quick baseball fix by putting your team on the field of 30 stadiums in the Exhibition or Training modes; or discover the pressure being on the mound, up by one run with one out and a man on third, in the Scenario mode. For the most realistic experience, tackle the ups and downs of a season, the playoffs, or a championship series. With the innovative cursor system for batting and pitching, the challenges of hitting a 100 mph fastball are faithfully recreated. The action of BOTTOM OF THE 9TH '99 brings professional baseball to you without having to pay for admission.[/quote]
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[quote]Released in Japan as Simple 1500 Series Vol. 18: The Bowling in 1999, this particular ten-pin sim was brought to North America by A1 Games and Agetec in 2001.[/quote]
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[quote]Boxing for the PlayStation, at first glance, may seem as though it's a simple game for a younger audience since it has cartoon-style characters and what appears to be a limited amount of control. But once you begin to get further into the game's surprisingly in-depth tournament system, you'll begin to realize that there is much more to the game than its $10 price tag may lead you to believe.[/quote]
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[quote]Beltlogger 9 is a mining colony on the edge of a black hole. Suddenly, Central Command loses contact with Beltlogger 9. To find out what has happened, the powers that be send the elite BRAHMA Force to investigate. As the squadron of mech warriors approaches the silent colony, they are attacked, and only a lone survivor makes it to Beltlogger 9. It is now up to you, the sole survivor, to find out what is going on and who is responsible. Run, jump, and blast your way through 22 levels including docks, residential areas, and prisons in the assault mech. Take on the bad guys using the mech's lasers, machine guns, missiles, and rocket launchers. Will you be able to save the Mining colony and any of its survivors? Play BRAHMA FORCE: The Assault on Beltlogger 9 and find out.[/quote]
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[quote]At the beginning of BRAINDEAD 13, Lance the computer guy has been called to 13 Braindead Ave. to fix Dr. Nero Neurosis' computer. What Lance doesn't know is that Neurosis plans to use the computer to help him take over the world. After the repairs have been made, the evil doctor wants to get rid of any resistance so he orders that Lance be killed. You take control of Lance as he travels throughout the mansion solving puzzles in an effort to stay alive, foil Neurosis's plan, and escape the house of horrors. With excellent voice acting and hand-drawn animated graphics, you will swear that you are watching an animated movie. BRAINDEAD 13 will also bring back memories of the classic laser disc games SPACE ACE and DRAGONS LAIR, so gather up your courage and get ready to fight for humanity as you try to save the world from Dr. Neurosis.[/quote]
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[quote]Dancing game starring the popular franchise characters.

Likely the hippest toys in the world, Bratz dolls secured a place in toy history by winning the coveted People's Choice for Toy of the Year Award at the 2002 Toy Fair in New York. Now they've inspired a video game that has all of the attitude you'd expect from the Bratz franchise. Join Yasmin, Cloe, Jade, and Sasha for a wild ride through hip-hop and anime culture, complete with puzzle solving, action, and straight-up fun. Cool graphics and high fashion mark, all-ages-appropriate gaming experience.[/quote]
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[quote]The Kingdom of Allucaneet comes upon hard times when the banished Wizard of Darkness returns to wreak havoc on the land. Wisely, Princes Fillet decides to summon the warrior who first put the Wizard in his place 150 years ago: Musashi. You take on the role of the spiky-haired Musashi, whose goal is to save the citizens of Allucaneet and thwart the evil plight of the Wizard. As you travel the world in search of items and objectives, you'll encounter a number of friendly and not-so-friendly characters that can lend advice, wisdom, assignments, or clues. Often times, however, the characters are monsters, and you must decide whether you want to kill them or assimilate their powers.[/quote]
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[quote]Sick of the same old car racing games, with lap after lap of left turns? Well, why not race planes? You can choose from an initial stable of 10 planes, as you take to the skies to prove your mettle as a speedy, agile pilot. You'll have the opportunity to slide into the cockpit of the Lightning, Mustang, Thunderbolt, Corsair, Zero Fighter, Messerschmitt, Sinden, Spitfire, Geebee, Pitts, and two hidden planes. Each craft is rated for its speed, acceleration, and mobility. After selecting your transportation, take your pick from four distinctly detailed courses on which to run: Canyon, Snow Land, South City, or Mountain. In each game, you'll race against a computer flyer for three laps, trying to be the first to make it to the finish line in the sky. Keep your eyes peeled for arrows, or listen to the announcer's voice, as you'll need all the clues you can get to know when to turn, dive, or climb. If you win, you can try out a different course, or just play a round of Time Attack which challenges you to race against your own best time. If you're looking for a change of pace from standard racing fare, this one's a breath of fresh air.[/quote]
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[quote]One of the classics of videogaming has been dusted off and spruced up for its debut on the PlayStation. While they've gone above and beyond the call of duty, adding jaw dropping 3D graphics, insanely fun new levels and worlds, and the interactive extras that today's gamers demand, they've also wisely left the heart of the game alone. The basics you remember are all here they've just been expanded upon. For example, your paddle is now sentient and watches the action as you play. The balls that you hit with the paddle have assorted characteristics and react differently on various levels. And the levels themselves range from distant alien planets to ancient Egypt. There are plenty of animated characters and foes that will keep you chuckling between levels. BREAKOUT also features multiplayer action (if you own a Multi Tap) for up to four players, so invite the gang over and get busy having fun.[/quote]
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[quote]Princess Nina's sister, Elina, has disappeared. Nina and her friend, Cray, set out to find her. Along the way, they encounter a young warrior name Ryu who has no recollection of his past. This troupe is about to find out that their quest to find Elina will lead them to something much bigger, which will require them to save the world. Take control of the three-member party (there are a total of six playable characters), and lead them into battle. Any member of the group not in the active party can be rotated into battle. When the going gets tough, have Ryu use his ability to transform into a dragon to give you an extra edge. If your characters keep getting killed, have them train under a master to improve their skills. Will Nina and the others be able to find Elina and save the world? Put BREATH OF FIRE IV into your PlayStation and find out.[/quote]
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[quote]A great war had been ravaging the villages for years when the Almekia Empire finally defeated its rival country, Norgard, in the year 214. A year later, however, Norgard's Admiral Zemeckis assassinated Almekia's beloved King Henguist, proclaiming himself the new Emperor and beginning a reign of terror. It's now up to you, as one of the five Knights of Rune, to battle the monsters and armies of Zemeckis and restore peace to a broken land. Each Knight was born with specific runic abilities, and each is designated to defend a specific piece of Forsena. Lance is a young prince whose duty is to protect New Almekia and Badostow; Lyonesse is the protector of her kingdom, Leonia; and the lord Vaynard teams up with his White Wolf warriors to defend the northlands. Once you choose your character, you'll organize your party members into attack forces and begin the battle. A deep and involving war simulation, the game's system is based largely on hit points, experience, and levels making it an effective role-playing title as well. You'll use rune assaults, magical spells, and attacks with various weapons to get the job done, but strategy and patience are the best allies you'll have. With outstanding graphics, a top-notch story, and action that takes more than a few tries to crack, BRIGANDINE: The Legend of Forsena is a real classic.[/quote]
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[quote]Journey deep into Area 51 and solve the mystery that is quickly unraveling. You are initially sent in to diffuse two bombs each of which is set to detonate within 20 minutes of your arrival. Just when you've completed that daunting task, the real adventure begins. Choose from four distinct storylines to follow, each a unique journey into a dark world of conspiracy and double-crossing. You can play as a Marine force, work against those Marines, enter the adventure as a human, or choose to play as a non-human character. Figuring out your story is a matter of piecing together speech fragments that come in over your walkie-talkie, as well as interacting with scientists and military personnel. The clock is always ticking in this real-time, white-knuckle adventure. Countless enemies will try to get in your path as you make your way through the expansive 3D levels in search of answers. With stunning graphics, an excellent set of plotlines, a comprehensive list of useful weaponry, and controls that are smooth and intuitive, BROKEN HELIX is out of this world.[/quote]
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[quote]George Stobbard's girlfriend, Nico, stumbles upon the drug smuggling operations of a Central American cartel. Drug lords don't like witnesses, so they kidnap Nico to keep her quiet. If that wasn't enough, Nico's kidnapping is also related to a mysterious piece of obsidian. Stobbard is the only one who can save Nico and solve the mystery behind the unusual stone. You, as Stobbard, must solve puzzles in such exotic locales as Mexico, France, Britain, and the Caribbean. Luckily, clues to solving all the puzzles can be found by listening to the spoken dialogue of the locals and paying attention to the hand-drawn graphics and animation. Will Stobbard be able to save Nico from the drug lords? Play BROKEN SWORD II: The Smoking Mirror to find out.[/quote]
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[quote]BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT PRO BOWLING brings all of the action and excitement of professional bowling to the PlayStation. The physics of bowling are perfectly modeled: pins bounce off the ball, walls, and each other with the kind of action that is only seen on the lanes. Keep an eye on the conditions of the lanes, as the quality tends to degrade as the round goes on. Choose one of the 13 professional bowlers, each with his own unique brand of trash talk, or create a bowler that is more suited to your style of play. Once you're ready, hit the lanes in any of these modes: Exhibition, Skins, Tournament, Career, and Cosmic Bowling. When the computer-controlled competition gets too easy, challenge five of your friends to a friendly game. BRUNSWICK CIRCUIT PRO BOWLING has all the action of the lanes without the need to rent shoes.[/quote]
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[quote]BUBBLE BOBBLE has finally come to the Play Station. The premise is simple: take control of a bubble blowing dinosaur and blow bubbles to trap a monster. After the monster is trapped, squash the bubble and turn the monster into fruit. Do this to all of the monsters in the stage, collect all of the fruit, and move on to the next stage. All of this easy to learn but very hard to master. If getting an arcade perfect port of BUBBLE BOBBLE in not enough, RAINBOW ISLANDS, the sequel to BUBBLE BOBBLE, is included as a bonus. Along with the arcade version of RAINBOW ISLANDS, you also get a special 32-bit enhanced version. Any fan of BUBBLE BOBBLE or RAINBOW ISLANDS should be able to relive the halcyon days of youth.[/quote]
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[quote]Bubsy, the bobcat with attitude, crashes into the third dimension with his first PlayStation game, BUBSY 3D. The humor of the original games is here, along with a few new gags. Control Bubsy as he runs, jumps, shoots, glides, and spins his way through level after level of atom- and rocket-collecting action. When you're ready for some multiplayer action, play the Two-Player mode and have a friend shoot at Bubsy as he tries to complete a level. With all of this action and humor, BUBSY 3D should keep this bobcat's fans busy for days.[/quote]
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[quote]The King of Entymion, Leptus, is about to die. Rather than hold elections or keep the tradition of primogeniture, the next king will be chosen with a race. Not just any race, but a race in which the participants ride on giant bugs. Choose from 22 different contestants, each with unique racing styles and weapon, and try to be the first to the finish line on six tracks. If finishing first is a little too tough, make your bug go faster by using your riding crop. But be careful, or your bug will quit running for you. For those looking for a less-than-honest way to win, collect power-ups and weapons scattered throughout the track to blow past your opponents or blast them out of the sky. And don't forget to keep your eyes open for the shortcuts in each track. Do you have the nerve and the skill to win the Great Race? Play BUG RIDERS: The Race of Kings and find out.[/quote]
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[quote]Bugs Bunny makes his first appearance on the PlayStation with BUGS BUNNY LOST IN TIME. In this adventure, Bugs has accidentally sent himself back in time while preparing for a relaxing vacation in Pismo Beach. To get back to the present, the brave bunny must collect clocks that have been scattered throughout 21 levels of platform jumping action. The levels take place in five different time periods that include the Stone Age, Medieval Times, the Pirate Years, the 1930s, and Dimension X. Each time period has a nasty enemy Elmer Fudd, Witch Hazel, Yosemite Sam, and Marvin the Martian who is trying to keep Bugs from going home. Will the comedic genius of Bugs Bunny be lost in time forever? Play BUGS BUNNY LOST IN TIME and find out.[/quote]
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[quote]BUILDER'S BLOCK brings back childhood memories of playing with Legos and Lincoln Logs. Build structures using blocks of the same color, and then knock them down for big points and bonuses. Destroying bigger structures is rewarded with bigger scores and better bonuses, not to mention adding a few more blocks to your opponent's pile. If just the thought of knocking down your hard work gives you hives, play the Puzzle mode, in which buildings are added to a city without the need for destruction. With two distinct ways to play, BUILDER'S BLOCK will keep aspiring architects busy for quite some time.[/quote]
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[quote]BURNING ROAD brings the action, thrills, and spills of sports car racing to the PlayStation. Play the Practice mode, and race seven other cars on a track of your choice. For a man-sized challenge, take on the multiple-heat Career mode. In this mode, the race starts out with eight cars on the track, and, in every heat, the last car to finish is eliminated. It should be easy to win a race with your choice of a Ford, McLaren, Lotus, or Ferrari. If the action should become too easy, use a link cable and challenge a friend in the Two-Player mode. Do you have the nerve and skills to survive? Let BURNING ROAD test your mettle and find out.[/quote]
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[quote]Released in all three major regions, BursTrick Wake Boarding was re-issued for a second time in Japan as part of the Simple 1500 Series.[/quote]
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[quote]BUSHIDO BLADE is a revolutionary 3D fighter from Squaresoft, which lets you play from either the first or third-person perspective. This game is also serial linkable, so you can connect two PlayStation game consoles together via a link cable and fight against your friends. Choose from six different modes of play: Story, Versus, Slash, Training, POV, and Link. Select any of the six skilled warriors: Red Shadow, Tatsumi, Mikado, Black Lotus, Utsusemi, and Kannuki. Equip them with one of the eight ancient swords and weapons: Katana, Rapier, Naginata, Sledgehammer, Nodachi, Long Sword, Saber, or Broadsword. Combat takes place throughout an old Japanese castle, where you can move around at will and make your stand wherever you wish. The game's Story mode encourages fighting with honor; certain endings are unavailable if you have dishonored yourself throughout the course of the game. If you strike an opponent while they are climbing or on the ground is considered dishonorable. BUSHIDO BLADE's fighting system is a little different from most fighting games as well, as a single, well-placed blow can bring instant death to an adversary.[/quote]
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[quote]BUST A GROOVE 2 continues the PlayStation dance party. Choose a dancer, each created using motion-captured technology and featuring new costumes. After picking a dancer, hit the dance floor in the Practice mode to get a feel for the controls. When practice is over, hit the dance scene in the One-Player mode, where the goal is to get the crowd and the camera to pay exclusive attention to you. How well you dance will determine what the next challenge will be. When your groove becomes too hot for the computer to handle, compete against friends with the Two-Player mode. No matter what mode you play, new ska, techno, disco, and hip-hop house beats provide the background for all of the action. If hearing music makes you want to shake your booty, then BUST A GROOVE 2 is the game for you.[/quote]
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[quote]The fourth installment of one of the most popular puzzle games in the world, Bust-A-Move 4 was released on multiple formats across all regions. Think you've busted the best? Not until you've faced Bust-A-Move 4! With intense multiplayer competition, all new graphics, and create a level mode, you've never busted bubbles like these! And with 16 mysterious characters to save, and thousands of bubble busting puzzles to choose from, you'll be bustin' like crazy![/quote]
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[quote]Late ‘80s arcade games often had unusual premises but very addictive gameplay; BUSTER BROTHERS was one of those games. Simply put, large balloons threatened the safety of the character at the bottom of the screen. His only chance at survival was to throw a spiked chain in the air to pop the balloon. However, this was no ordinary inflated piece of rubber: after being hit by a spike, the balloon would split into smaller, faster balloons that were harder to avoid. Luckily, the videogame gods made things easier by dropping power-ups from the sky. All of this excitement and action is brought to the PlayStation with BUSTER BROTHERS COLLECTION. Included in the package is the original BUSTER BROTHERS arcade game along with SUPER BUSTER BROTHERS and the never-released BUSTER BUDDIES.[/quote]

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