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Complete NTSC US PSX Collection N NTSC US/Various/1995 preview 118

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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Big Thanks to GBK2K6 could not have done it without him and his DC++ Hub
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we have a several TB's of PSX and PS2 here stop in!

Included in the torrent are the following games I have tested each one in emulators ePSXe and pSX all of them run!!!

NCAA Football 2001 (U) [SLUS-01219]
was not listed in the "Complete list" on the Wiki but I had it so it is added to the torrent.

Neopets - The Darkest Faerie (U) [SCUS-94679]
Listed in the Wiki was never actually released in the USA.

Images to follow shortly...

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[quote]NGEN RACING is a unique game, as you race jet planes instead of cars. The game is divided into a Trainer class and three Fighter classes, and each class advancement results

in an improvement in vehicle performance. Weapons are also made available, although not until you've cleared the Trainer class. Once you've passed your training, you've got to get

your permits, which let you compete in races with big pay offs. After getting the necessary permits, you can compete in tournaments, earn some cash, and buy new planes. There are

also Time Trials and Special Events, which help to keep things fresh and interesting. You'll also discover a huge roster of available aircraft, so you never know when you've

actually seen all of them. Even though the Career mode is where you'll spend the majority of your time, NGEN RACING's intense Arcade mode will also keep you engrossed in the game.

For intense multiplayer action, you can also take on a friend and find out who is the best fighter jockey.[/quote]

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[quote]Similar gameplay in many ways to the arcade classic 'Tempest'. The game involves flying a ship down a tunnel. You can move left and right along the tunnel's walls, and fire

into the tunnel. You have a standard blaster, and can pick up a range of special weapons along the way. You also can pick up a 'smart bomb' type weapon, that launches a firewall

down the tunnel.[/quote]

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[quote]Collectors edition of NASCAR 98 considered to be a fairly rare title[/quote]

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[quote]With top-of-the-line racing simulation NASCAR 98 allows you to race with 24 drivers including legend Dale Earnhardt and 10 official tracks and extra 6 fantasy tracks. This

NASCAR game allows you to hear all screeching burnouts, oiled skids, and emergency vehicles, or listen to provided music. This includes the modes season, Arcade, and new custom

racing(control opponents,laps,gas gauge, and just about anything.).[/quote]

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[quote]Collectors Edition of NASCAR 99 another rarity![/quote]

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[quote]NASCAR HEAT is a game designed to appeal to both casual racing fans and hardcore sim lovers. The game is officially licensed and features the cars, sponsors, and tracks

from the 2000 season. HEAT also offers several different modes of play, including Single Race, Season, and a Race the Pro mode. The most revolutionary feature of the game is

called Beat the Heat. This mode tests your driving skills in a variety of individual scenarios, ranging from completing a test lap under a certain time to finishing a race in

which you have to pit while still managing a respectable finish. The challenges get progressively harder, and it will take many attempts before you're able to finish all of them.

Whether you're a laid back racing fan or a dedicated NASCAR fanatic, you're sure to find something that fits your needs with NASCAR HEAT.[/quote]

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[quote]The best way to describe NASCAR RUMBLE is as an over-the top-racer. This game features power-ups, shortcuts, and the NASCAR license. The environments span town and country

locales, and power-ups range from the standard turbo to the unique Freeze, which freezes an opponent temporarily, allowing you to blow past them. But remember, these power-ups can

also be used against you, so keep your eyes peeled. If you're a fan of old-school NASCAR, you can unlock legends from NASCAR's storied past by winning various races and

tournaments. NASCAR RUMBLE is a multiplayer extravaganza. Not only are two-player competitive championships available, but there are also two-player cooperative tournaments. If

you're looking for an alternative to the oval racing of traditional NASCAR games, then NASCAR RUMBLE is worth checking out.[/quote]

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[quote]EA Sports aims to please both NASCAR diehards and non-fans with this installment of its NASCAR series. With the addition of a roleplaying game-like Career mode, there's

much more to NASCAR 2002 than just racing. Create your own driver and car, then customize it to your specifications. You'll start off with minor sponsors paying you minor fees,

but as you begin to place higher, you'll win over the big boys with their big bucks. Then you can buy improved horsepower for your car, or give a raise to your pit crew. [/quote]

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[quote]NBA BASKETBALL 2000, the first PlayStation hoops effort from Fox Interactive, has all the features and licenses you'd expect from a quality sports title. In other words,

you'll get real teams and players, Season mode, and all the other standard features. This includes all 30 NBA teams, as well as real-life player introductions, light shows, and

even the coaches yelling from the sidelines. The game also boasts outstanding visuals: on the court, the animation of the players executing their moves such as running, shooting,

and dunking looks not only natural, but also physically accurate. The game also has an impressive Multiplayer mode, so you can take on your friends and see who is king of the

hardwood. This is the first in what promises to be a competitive series from Fox Interactive.[/quote]

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[quote]Midway enters the world of PlayStation basketball with NBA FASTBREAK '98, which includes all of the teams and players from the NBA. Once you have picked your favorite team,

use the Practice mode to learn the controls, or play a little One-on-One to work with a specific player. When you want some competition you can challenge a friend or a computer to

a game in the Exhibition mode, and if you think you have what it takes to become NBA champion, lead a team through the grueling NBA Season. If you don't like dealing with the ups

and downs of a season, just skip it and go straight to the Playoffs. In all of the modes, you have the option to play with or without substitutions, injuries, and on-the-fly play

calling. See if you can lead your team to victory in NBA FASTBREAK '98.[/quote]

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[quote]If you like your basketball arcade-style, take note: it just doesn't get any more arcade-style than HANG TIME. The two-on-two action is extreme, as you choose two players

from your favorite team and send them into high-flying, in-your-face basketball action. With better animation than any game of its kind, NBA HANG TIME features hysterical, running

play-by-play commentary to keep things comical. The players and stats have all been updated to reflect current lineups and trends, and each NBA team is represented. If the regular

NBA guys are boring you, you can actually create your own player! Choose from a variety of body types and heads (they include animal faces and the likenesses of the game's

designers), then give your player any attributes you think will give you an edge. The more games you win with your player, the more points you get, and the better you can make

your player. HANG TIME offers some great options, such as AI assistance, very effective power-ups, oversized heads, and lots of humorous codes to change the gameplay around. It

might not look anything like real basketball, but Shaq just can't do a quadruple flip in real life .[/quote]

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[quote]If you loved NBA Jam and NBA Showtime, NBA Hoopz will be right up your alley! Midway presents NBA Hoopz, a three-on-three team basketball game. The game features every NBA

team and their respective superstars. NBA Hoopz guarantees to serve up amazing high-flying, rim-bending action![/quote]

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[quote]NBA IN THE ZONE ‘98 is a traditional five-on-five basketball game that follows the lead of its predecessors, NBA IN THE ZONE and NBA IN THE ZONE 2. In the original game,

the emphasis was on an arcade look and feel. NBA IN THE ZONE '98 advances the series' evolution by leaning towards more of a basketball simulation. New options include an

on-the-fly play-calling system as well as statistical tracking, which not only keeps season stats but also charts league leaders in various categories. You can also take on a

friend in Versus mode and see who is really in the zone; with two multitaps, up to eight people can play at one time.[/quote]

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[quote]Basketball fans know authenticity when they see it, and NBA: In the Zone is definitely the real deal. The first game in a long series of In the Zone titles, the original is

packed with NBA-style excitement from the tip-off to the final buzzer. All 29 teams (circa 1996, mind you) are available for competition, and it’s a trip just to see which teams

all of the players were on back in the mid-’90s. As soon as you pop the game in, you’ll notice that the graphics were truly ahead of their time with 3D texture-mapped polygons for

fluid gameplay. There are tons of offensive and defensive maneuvers to test out, including behind-the-back passes, skyhooks, alley-oops, fade-away jumpers, and huge dunks.

Boasting AI that is much better than anything else that came out for a few years after its release, the original In the Zone is the perfect game for classic gaming aficionados or

big-time hoops junkies.[/quote]

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[quote]NBA JAM is the franchise that brought over-the-top sports games to prominence, and NBA JAM EXTREME doesn’t stray far from that successful formula. The game offers fast

moving two-on-two hoops with monster dunks, huge blocks, and plenty of hidden goodies, including 60 hidden players. The voice work is done by announcer extraordinaire Marv Albert,

so keep an ear open for his classic catch phrases. NBA JAM EXTREME also offers a Multiplayer mode that lets you take on a friend to see who is the king of the hardwood. NBA

EXTREME is considered one of the best multiplayer hoops games on the PlayStation.[/quote]

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[quote]NBA LIVE ‘96 has a wide variety of options and features that make it a contender in the basketball world. You can play with all 29 NBA teams and over 300 NBA players, and

every team's arena is faithfully reproduced. You'll also get multiple camera angles that give the game a TV-style presentation and help put you right in the game. Where the game

truly shines when it comes to its play-calling system, which is very easy to use and very realistic. There are seven different offensive sets, each with 16 plays you can choose

from, which makes it easy to keep your opponent on his toes at all times. If you get tired of thrashing computer opponents, the Versus mode lets you and a friend go head-to-head

for hardwood bragging rights. NBA LIVE '96 is truly a pioneer in the basketball sim world.[/quote]

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[quote]Nothing can beat the intense competition of NBA basketball, and now you can experience that action on your PlayStation with NBA SHOOTOUT '97. Every team and player in the

NBA has been included so you'll find that your favorite team is intact. You can challenge a friend or the computer to a single game in the Exhibition mode, or try to prove that

you are a master by leading a team to the World Championship in the Season mode. When you don't want to deal with a season, skip it and go straight to the Playoffs. All of the

modes can be played as a simulation (that counts every foul and violation) or a wide-open arcade-style game that lets you run and gun without worrying about all the rules. The

most innovative feature is the icon passing system that ensures you get the ball into the right player's hands. Now you can get some of the best basketball action available with

NBA SHOOTOUT '97.[/quote]

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[quote]First originator of the NBA Shootout series[/quote]

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[quote]Lace up those $200 sneakers and smile for the camera, kid. From the makers of the original NBA JAM comes this true-to-life, incredibly detailed two-on-two basketball game.

Featuring 145 real NBA players, the game lets you completely customize your team. Choose from current NBA superstars, 1999 rookies, hidden characters, and mascots as you put

together the best team possible and leave it all on the court. Or you can try out the Create-A-Player function and design your own NBA legend right down to his facial hair and

high-tops. You can even team your new creation up with a current NBA player for hilarious odd-couple action. With hundreds of unique animations and devastating dunks, it makes for

some interesting and often spectacular street-style hoops. All 29 NBA teams and courts are available, but there are also extra fantasy court settings that can be unlocked. The

action is all viewed from the real camera angles used by NBC to make things even more realistic. Other special basketball features include: four-way multiplayer action, "On Fire"

mode, sweet spots on the court, secret power-up codes, and instant replays. So what are you waiting for? It's Showtime, baby.[/quote]

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[quote]NCAA Final Four 2001 updates the popular franchise with completely reworked character models, 3D backgrounds, and animated crowds. Each and every player has the exact skin

color, height, weight, body style, and facial expressions that they would have in real life, while more than 1000 motion captured moves give players every type of dunk, shot,

pass, block, and steal they can imagine. Dynamic rim physics means the ball bounces off the backboard and surrounding area in a variety of ways, while an improved touch shooting

meter provides enhanced control of your shot accuracy.[/quote]

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[quote]NCAA FOOTBALL '98 gives those of us who never attended Florida State or Michigan the complete college football experience. Play modes include Exhibition, Tournament, Great

Games, Season, Practice, and Dynasty. You get 112 Division I-A teams and their stadiums, so you'll likely find your favorite major college team on the roster. The most exciting

feature is a Dynasty mode that allows you to take a college team through multiple seasons. While the game does your recruiting for you, you can specify what types of players you

need to bolster your team. If you're having a hard time finding a specific type of player, play, or team, you can take advantage of the Create-A-Player, Create-A-Play, or

Create-A-School features. Now you can know the feeling of being in a bowl game playing in front of 10,000 fans, thanks to NCAA FOOTBALL '98.[/quote]

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[quote]The first college football game released for the PlayStation, NCAA Football GameBreaker includes 111 Division I-A, the top I-AA, and some of the greatest college teams of

all-time. Along with the modern teams based on the 1995 season, GameBreaker includes ten Division I-A Conferences such as the BIG 12 and PAC 10. Compete in Exhibition, Season Play

with Bowls, Season Play with Tournament, or the National Championship Tournament.[/quote]

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[quote]NCAA GAMEBREAKER '98 has all the features you look for in a college football sim. You have over 100 Division 1-A teams to choose from as you begin your quest for the

National Championship. You can also create your own plays, and if you can't find that player that fits your needs, create your own in the Create-A-Player mode. You also get Total

Control Passing, which lets you lead or underthrow your receivers, whichever gives them the best chance at making the catch. The game also uses a new graphics engine, meaning that

you'll see some of the most realistic football action to date. So get ready to make a run at the National Championship with NCAA GAMEBREAKER '98. Just try to avoid any recruiting

violations![/quote]

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[quote]Get ready to take your favorite school all the way to the national title in NCAA MARCH MADNESS ‘98. This game has all the pomp and circumstance of college basketball,

complete with all the schools' fight songs. Run plays designed by Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and manage your team over the long haul in Dynasty mode, or just jump straight to the

Tournament and see if you can lead your team to the title. In the Dynasty mode you can try to recruit blue chip prospects or entice junior college transfers to come to your

school. Of course, there is also a Versus mode so you can take on your friend and see who is the master of the hardwood. You can also team up with a friend and take on one of the

legendary teams in a match-up for the ages.[/quote]

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[quote]Who needs rules? This version of the offensively minded NFL BLITZ is even more fast-paced, action-driven, and penalty-free than its ancestors. Using an amazingly intuitive

controller configuration, BLITZ keeps it as simple as possible. It's all about excitement, as you choose between 27 effective offensive plays and nine defensive sets for your NFL

franchise. The teams are all here, but reality has flown out the window, as you rip off helmets, throw punches, and dive at kickers. New features include individual stats based on

NFL performance, new player animations, updated stadiums, multiplayer options in Season mode, better AI, new rants from the BLITZ announcer, and a cool new soundtrack. The

highlight of the additions, however, has to be the Party Games mode, which allows up to four players to compete in crazy football challenges. In "1st and Goal Frenzy," you have

four downs to score on your opponent; "Goal Line Stand" reverses the scenario and has you defending for four downs; and "Quarterback Challenge" has you passing at specific

targets. Oh, and there's one more thing new cheerleaders.[/quote]

NFL Full Contact (U) [SLUS-00047].rar
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[quote]With action that's even rougher than the XFL (believe it), NFL FULL CONTACT has all of the NFL teams, players, and schedules with an extra dose of aggression. Featuring

more than 1,500 motion-captured players and stats based on the 1995 regular season, the game lets you pull from an 80-play offensive book. Play a single game or jump directly to

the Playoffs, facing off against a randomly selected bracket of teams. Simple controls allow you to see which buttons will get the ball to which receivers, and four different

audibles let you change plays at the last second. A realistic PA announcer adds a touch of stadium ambiance, while a password system ensures that your Playoff progress won't be

held up by annoyances like work, school, or dinner. Fully flexible camera angles provide detailed coverage, the defensive AI is high, and the action is truly hard-hitting. If you

like your football with a little extra oomph, you've come to the right place.[/quote]

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[quote]Unrivaled Artificial Intelligence Computer opponents learn your play calling patterns and force you to change your strategy. Throw the ball every down and you will be sure

to discover the attributes of your backup quarterback sooner than you would like. Blitz every down and watch as receivers make your pass defense seem defenseless. Classic Gameplay

Lead or under throw receivers with Total Control Passing. Go for the sure tackle or make the big hit with Total Control Tackling. Use the Max Protect feature after you call a play

at the line of scrimmage to direct your running back to block the blitzing linebacker or defensive back. Comprehensive Statistics Track team and player statistics in 163

categories.[/quote]

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[quote]Sony Computer Entertainment America's NFL GameDay was the only NFL video game to ship with the U.S. PlayStation launch in 1995. This was because EA Sports delayed their

legendary Madden NFL on PlayStation for one year to ensure that product met their highest quality standards.[/quote]

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[quote]NFL QUARTERBACK CLUB ’97 uses gameplay elements like the kicking T-meter, the three-quarter overhead camera angle, and the button assignments and controls you’ve grown

accustomed to with other football titles. The player animations are smooth and very real looking, and the large player sprites are easily identified by the names and numbers on

their jerseys. A unique feature is the Custom Simulation mode, where you can create and save up to five game situations, for those times when you can’t finish a game at that

moment. As an added bonus, cover boy Brett Favre has designed his own special plays that you can use in the game. You can also take on a friend in the Multiplayer mode to prove

your gridiron superiority.[/quote]

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[quote]I don't know what it is, but I just cannot get into this series. I've been playing it with my friends, with co-workers, and all of them end up saying the same thing, "Can

we just play Blitz?" On the other side of the coin, if you're a big NFL Xtreme fan, and you've been waiting for something new and improved, well, this year's NFL Xtreme, numero

dos, will definitely please you.[/quote]

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[quote]EA Sports is back with its newest version of the storied NHL franchise. In 2000, EA tries to add to the already in-depth game, and keeping the same features that made it the best before. It seems they have done it again. EA has introduced its career-mode, letting you play up to 10 seasons, trade, draft, watch your players grow old and nimble and retire. Sign some young studs and watch them grow into tomorrow?s superstars. Exhibition, Season, Career, Playoffs and even a skills challenge to tone your skills. NHL 2000 has everything you would possibly desire from a hockey game.[/quote]

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[quote]Based on the 1988 NES game, BLADES OF STEEL, this update delivers detailed hockey physics combined with brilliant, arcade-style animation. You can play any way you'd like, as there are five difficulty levels, five game speeds, adjustable controls, and plenty of other options. Not only does BLADES OF STEEL 2000 include all NHL players and teams, it also has the most complete set of fighting options you'll find this side of a boxing game: you have the choice of several different punch types, and it's even possible to land body shots and tackle your opponent. You can play an entire season, a single game, or jump right into the Stanley Cup Playoffs as you slash and check your way to hard-fought victory. As a GM, you can trade, sign, drop, or create your own players, and the rosters are very easy to manage. Each NHL athlete is graded based on skating, shooting, stick handling, spirit, fighting, and stamina so you know these guys are going to be realistic. Randy Hahn, the voice of the San Jose Sharks, provides in-depth commentary, and the PA announcer sounds uncannily authentic. If realistic hockey and smooth play are your idea of quality craftsmanship, this is your game.[/quote]

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[quote]NHL BREAKAWAY '98 offers one of the most original features ever to appear in a hockey game: the Momentum-Based Checking System. Players can actually out-skate and out-muscle each other, depending on a player's size and speed. For example, some players may be smaller but are fast, while others may be slow but possess the strength and size to do all the dirty work. For instance, if a large, fast player such as Eric Lindros gets moving at a high rate of speed, the power behind his check is greater than what someone like Pierre Turgeon could produce. The game sports most of the usual play modes, and you can always take on a friend in the Versus mode. If you edit a player, the name and number will appear on the player's back, which is a great feature that lets you put yourself in the game.[/quote]


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[quote]NHL FACEOFF 2001 has all of the features you'd expect from a top-notch hockey game: all of the real teams, stadiums, and players, as well as modes of play like Exhibition and a full-fledged 82-game Season. There are three new modes in NHL FACEOFF 2001: Tournament, Shoot-Out, and Practice. Mike Emerick and Darren Pang handle the announcing duties, giving you that authentic NHL feel. If you've played any of the games in this series before, you'll instantly recognize the stellar gameplay of NHL FACEOFF 2001. Once you actually get on the ice and start moving the puck around, you'll find that the game's controls are smooth and precise, and you'll find plenty of hockey moves that are easily executed. You can either pass the puck using the standard "push the d-pad in the direction you want the pass to go," or you can choose to use the more reliable and predictable icon passing. Mike Emerick and Darren Pang handle the announcing duties, giving you the authentic in-the-game feel. You can also go at it with up to eight human players via the multitap.[/quote]

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[quote]Slam your opponent into the glass as your teammate delivers a perfect one-timer pass to the slot -- where you 'bury the biscuit' setting the net on fire with only ten seconds to go! The fastest growing sport in America just got faster with OPEN ICE 2 on 2 Challenge. This is Intense 2-on-2 action with real NHL players using Midway's exclusive live digital skating simulation. It's the fastest most hard-hitting action ever seen in a sports game. The game features 26 NHL teams and special coaching tips in between rounds. Also released on PC.
[/quote]

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[quote]NHL POWERPLAY '98 offers all the NHL teams. Not only are real NHL teams with real NHL players available, but several Olympic teams also make an appearance. The graphics are also one of the many strong points here polygonal player models move exceptionally well and possess some realistic animations, including high-sticking swipes and some hard-hitting body checks. Basically, if you've seen it in a real NHL game, chances are you'll see it in NHL POWERPLAY '98. You can also take on a friend[/quote]

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[quote]EA Sports has broadened its horizons in terms of flexibility towards games. EA makes some of the most statistically realistic games and now introduces a NHL and NHLPA

licensed arcade-style hockey game. If you love bone-jarring hits and blistering shots you will love the style of hockey Rock the Rink brings to you. Addicting entertaining and

interestingly intense, Rock the Rink gives you a break from the headache of actually running a franchise and lets just go out and play.[/quote]

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[quote]Get ready to experience the thrill of victory and possibly the agony of defeat with NAGANO WINTER OLYMPICS '98. The game features 13 events covering the spectrum of Winter

Olympic Games. On the slopes you'll find giant slalom, super g, downhill, freestyle aerials, and large hill ski jumping. There's also the snowboarding giant slalom and four speed

skating events: the 500 and 1500 on the standard track and the 500 and 100 on the short track. If you prefer vehicular action, there's bobsledding and luge; and if you want

something unique, take a look at curling. You can also pick from athletes from all the Olympic countries and compete against a friend in the Versus mode for intense head-to-head

action. So slip into your longjohns, slap on some Chapstick, and get ready for NAGANO WINTER OLYMPICS '98.[/quote]

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[quote]This was the first in the long series for the PlayStation and contained Pac-Man (1980), Rally-X (1980), New Rally-X (1981), Galaga (1981), Pole Position (1982), Bosconian

(1981) and Toy Pop (1986). Toy Pop was relatively unknown.[/quote]

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[quote]The second installment of the PlayStation series featured Mappy (1983), Xevious (1982), Galaga sequel Gaplus (1984), Grobda (1984) (a Xevious "spinoff"), Dragon Buster

(1984) and Super Pac-Man (1982) (Cutie Q (1979) in the Japanese version). It enjoyed similar success to the original, and contained a similar "museum" mode. The Japanese version

also features Bomb Bee (1979) as a hidden game.[/quote]

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[quote]The third PlayStation volume contained Galaxian (1979), Dig Dug (1982), Pac-Man sequel Ms. Pac-Man (1981), Pole Position II (1983), The Tower of Druaga (1984) and Phozon

(1983). The first four were well-known in the U.S., but the latter two were relatively unknown. It contained the now-customary museum mode. This was the first in the series to

receive general criticism from the gaming press, with serious questions being raised about the inclusion of the rather intensely difficult Tower of Druaga, even though copies of

the compilation enclosed a separate hint book for the game inside the case.[/quote]

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[quote]Volume 4 for the PlayStation featured Pac-Land (1984), Assault (1988), Ordyne (1988), the sequel to The Tower of Druaga known as The Return of Ishtar (1986) Genpei ToumaDen

(1986), and Assault Plus (1989) as a hidden game. The usual museum mode was included. It was not well-received.[/quote]

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[quote]Volume 5 for the PlayStation featured Pac-Mania (1987), Dragon Spirit (1987), Metro-Cross (1985), Baraduke (1985) and Valkyrie No Densetsu (1989), as well as the standard

museum mode.[/quote]

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[quote]NANOTEK WARRIOR is a shooter that uses a behind the back perspective, which was relatively new for shooters of this type when the game was released (1997). The action is

centered in and around long tubes, with your goal being to blast everything in your path. You'll come across a plethora of special weapons as you travel along the tube, as well as

extra energy for your shields. If you're feeling particularly daring, you can even jump off the tube, if only for a second, to either fire at something in the air or to jump over

an obstacle. At the end of each stage you'll come to a special boss level, where you orbit around a big enemy and go one-on-one. These boss levels help break up the gameplay and

add even more challenge to this fast-paced shooter.[/quote]

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[quote]NASCAR RACING, the original NASCAR game on the PlayStation, features 20 of the top NASCAR drivers, as well as their car's paint schemes and sponsors. You also get 16

official tracks of the NASCAR circuit, including Talladega, Bristol, and Darlington. There are also two generic road courses that help break up the monotony of oval driving. While

the ovals may look identical, each track has it own unique features that must be mastered if you want to win. You'll also experience yellow flags, pit stops, qualifying rounds,

and some pretty intense pile-ups. And topping off the experience is the option to compete in a full 31-race championship season.[/quote]

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[quote]In NECTARIS: Military Madness, it's up to you to save the Moon from the evil Xenon Empire. To free the Earth's lone satellite, you have a selection of futuristic military

units at your disposal that will come in handy in battle. Each unit has its own advantages and disadvantages, which will call for your strategic mind to decide how to use them.

After touching down on the surface of the Moon, your job is simple: destroy all enemy forces and bring peace back to the Moon. The name of the game here is strategy, as you'll

also need to strategize your plan of attack, taking into account the Moon's terrain that affects your units' efficiency. If you're in the mood to employ your best strategies while

trying to save the Moon, then NECTARIS: Military Madness is the game for you.[/quote]

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[quote]Push your car to the limits in High Stakes racing for prize money to customize and buy your dream cars. Gamble your car on single races or develop your career. Cars can be

damaged and a new Hot Pursuit mode has been added requiring you to avoid being caught by the police. Features eighteen models of cars on nineteen courses.[/quote]

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[quote]With all the rally racing games coming out these days, it's easy to get confused. In fact, the name of this game alone is enough to cause a few contradicting opinions. EA's

Need For Speed series is one of the best and most recognized series of driving games to hit the PlayStation. But the first game in the EA's V-Rally family was met with

disappointment by both rally racing crowd and weekend racers alike. More a completely new game than a sequel, the latest offering in EA's Rally series delivers the authentic rally

experience while remaining somewhat true to the classic Need For Speed formula.[/quote]

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[quote]True to the award-winning Need for Speed heritage, the latest in the series delivers the next level of mind-numbing open road racing experiences with an extensive

collection of cars from the 50-year history of the most storied performance car manufacturer in the world: Porsche. Push every boundary to unleash the potential of these

incredible vehicles while weaving through traffic, against fierce competition, and escaping the police to ultimately discover your own limits.[/quote]

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[quote]For many gamers, Electronic Arts' first Need For Speed fulfilled all the criteria of a good racer. Closer to real life than Namco's Ridge Racer series, yet with the

emphasis firmly placed on 'fun' The Need For Speed managed to garner a large following of dedicated fans.

However, the sequel doesn't live up to the high expectations set by the first.[/quote]

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[quote]In the third major installment of Electronic Arts' Arcade racing series, there are several modes of play available. You have the standard race, with one big difference -

now there are traffic cops out to ticket you for your excessive speed. Alternatively, you can take your turn with the radar gun and attempt to pull over speeding computer or human

racers.[/quote]

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[quote]First in a long series of games. Most cars and tracks are available at the beginning of the game, and the objective is to unlock the remaining locked content by winning

tournaments.[/quote]

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[quote]If you're looking for an authentic Indy Car experience, get in line for NEWMAN or HAUS RACING. This game offers unprecedented depth and customizability, with an

unbelievable variety of options, including 16 real-life Indy drivers, 11 tracks, and four levels of difficulty. All of the cars can be customized to your specifications you can

select your transmission type, front and rear wing heights, tire pressure and compound, gearing and spring settings, and more. NEWMAN or HAUS RACING is a hardcore sim geared

toward Indy Car fanatics, and is a must for anyone who's ever spent a Sunday afternoon in front of the TV watching a real Indy Car race.[/quote]

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[quote]For more than a decade, a little game by the name of Tetris has been occupying the game-playing time of both casual and die-hard gamers. What makes this game so damn

addictive? Yes, that's a rhetorical question, because we don't really care. It just is, and we're grateful for the game design Alexey Pajitnov brought to the videogame world.

And for years, companies have tried to copy the game's addictiveness with their own versions of the "falling icons" idea, from Sega's Columns and Puyo Puyo to Atari's Klax, to

Capcom's Puzzle Fighter. But none has ever matched the simplistic nature of the original Tetris.

Now, the true Tetris-license owners, Blue Planet Software, attempt to expand on the Tetris theme with The Next Tetris. The designers have taken the same idea (falling pieces

constructed of four blocks, a playfield 10 wide by 20 deep) and have added color and an added element of gravity to the mix. Does it work? You betcha.[/quote]

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[quote]Speed past Angelica, steer around SpongeBob SquarePants, look out for The Angry Beavers -it's wild, high-speed racing action with all of your favorite Nicktoons characters.

Twelve tracks, twelve racers, lots of power-ups, crazy hazards and more! Tag up in relay races! Race against a friend! Use power-ups to take the lead! Goodbye raceway -- hello

Nick-way![/quote]

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[quote]IN NIGHTMARE CREATURES 2, you play the role of Wallace a captive in Adam Crowley's genetics hospital. Crowley (the sinister adversary from the original NIGHTMARE CREATURES)

is up to his old tricks again, unleashing more evil monsters on the citizens of London. As Wallace, you must fight these monsters, rescue your beloved Rachel, and travel through

diverse and massive locales in search of the final showdown with Crowley. You'll be treated to some of the best visual effects the PlayStation has ever seen, like Wallace's

bandages flapping in the air, and enemies that stutter, crawl, and move as if they really are zombies. You use a combination of axe blows and kicks, although the axe seems to be

better equipped for killing the undead. If you're a fan of survival horror, then NIGHTMARE CREATURES 2 is exactly what you need. Just remember to lock all the doors and look under

your bed before you go to sleep.[/quote]

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[quote]Stealth cunning throwing stars. These are all qualities you need if you want to be a successful NINJA. When an evil warlord sells his soul in exchange for unopposed control

of feudal Japan, a young ninja emerges to battle the army of trolls, goblins, and evil spirits he unleashes. To defeat the warlord, you must use your ninja skills with your fists,

feet, and magical powers to make your way through 10 dangerous levels, filled with ruthless enemies and perilous physical hazards. You'll also get some impressive-looking ninja

spells and simple puzzle elements that will challenge your intellect. NINJA: Shadow of Darkness will remind many gamers of other throw-down-beat-‘em-ups like DOUBLE DRAGON and

FIGHTING FORCE.[/quote]

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[quote]Mountain Bike extreme sports game, featuring eight long and diverse international tracks (based somewhat on real-world locations, including San Francisco's Telegraph Hill

and New Zealand's Matukituki Rapids), eight riders (not based on real racers, but still ranked in varying skills), and numerous customizations available for the bikes (including

frame, tire, brake, suspension, and gear ratio modifications). While there is no manual pedaling option, the game features logical elements of biking, such as a strength meter,

which makes winning a matter of conserving your energy for when you need it while maintaining speed at all times. Features an amateur mode, diverse courses, and a steep learning

course.[/quote]

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[quote]In NORSE BY NORTHWEST, you take control of three Vikings that you must lead through a series of increasingly difficult mazes. Each Viking has his own area of expertise:

Erik is very fast and has the ability to jump, Baleog is a warrior with a sword and mace, and Olaf has a shield he can use to block attacks. There is a total of 31 levels, each

filled with all kinds of obstacles that will require the player to figure out how to use each of the Vikings’ unusual talents. There are also two additional playable characters

Scorch the dragon and Fang the werewolf who add a whole new set of skills and challenges to the game. At its heart this is an addictive puzzle game with an offbeat sense of humor

and a formidable challenge.[/quote]

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[quote]Overall, this is a classic sci-fi shooter that is at least worth a rental.
The game is fun! I know some people just don't like FMV shooters but PSX
Novastorm takes the genre to a whole new level. Anyway, in a horizontal
shooter the backgrounds are completely uninteractive, but people love
horizontal shooters. Novastorm has your ship going "into" the scenery:
you can hit mountains, swerve under and over obstacles and more. This is
my favorite shooter for 1995.[/quote]


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[quote]The premise of NUCLEAR STRIKE is simple: you fly over and around various types of terrain, on the lookout for things to destroy. While your main vehicle is a helicopter,

you also get to pilot a few vehicles that aren't helicopters. Along with the array of choppers, you can also pilot harriers, tanks, and hovercrafts. It's still the same premise

(search, destroy, and rescue), but it's nice to be able to control more than one type of aircraft. The fighting takes place in a variety of exotic locations, including Russia,

America, and the Middle East. It also includes some of the best FMV movies of its day, which help to advance the plot. This was one of the longest running and most popular series

of the PlayStation's early days.[/quote]

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