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Diablo (PS1)
Diablo (PS1)

RPG 01 March 1998

An incredibly popular action RPG developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The story of Diablo is set in a fantasy world called Sanctuary, a realm facing a great danger. The Lord of Terror, imprisoned in a magical soul stone, tries to break free. The demon managed to dominate the minds of bishop Lazarus and king Leoric as well as raise an army of creatures that threatens the citizens of Tristram. The brave prince Aidan steps up to fight the forces of evil. The gameplay of Diablo combines action game with an RPG. Its essence is exciting real-time combat against hordes of enemies. Apart from a single player campaign, Diablo also offers a multiplayer mode via the Internet for a maximum of 4 players.

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Medal of Honor (1999) (PS1)
Medal of Honor (1999) (PS1)

Action 31 October 1999

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Tekken 3 (PS1)
Tekken 3 (PS1)

Fighting 29 April 1998

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Spyro the Dragon (PS1)
Spyro the Dragon (PS1)

Arcade 09 September 1998

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Silent Hill (PS1)
Silent Hill (PS1)

Adventure 31 January 1999

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The Need for Speed (PS1)
The Need for Speed (PS1)

Racing 20 March 1996

A racing game developed by the Pioneer Productions studio in cooperation with Electronic Arts. The game offers eight licensed racing cars, including Dodge Viper, Porsche 911, Chevrolet Corvette, Mazda RX-7, Toyota Supra, Honda NSX, Lamborghini Diablo, and Ferrari Testarossa. The game features seven racing tracks - both traffic and police can be encountered when racing. Once the police spots the player breaking the law, they begin a pursuit. Although the driving physics are realistic (the differences between front and rear wheel drive were implemented for example), the cars the player drives cannot be damaged. The game offers several different camera perspectives, including interior view, with faithfully represented car dashboards. One of the game's strong points is the multiplicity of photos and videos depicting the cars' real life counterparts in action.

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Driver 2: Back on the Streets (PS1)
Driver 2: Back on the Streets (PS1)

Action 13 November 2000

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Quake II (PS1)
Quake II (PS1)

Action 05 October 1999

The sequel to the groundbreaking first-person shooter by id Software that, just like its predecessor released the year before, set new visual standards thanks to the enhanced idTech 2 engine. The action of Quake II takes place in the distant future where humanity established contact with a biomechanical race of the technologically advanced Stroggs. When it turned out that the alien secretly plan to conquer Earth, a special space marine unit was sent into action. They were completely crushed, though, and the player assumes the role of the sole survivor on whom the further fate of the humanity depends. Compared to the original, Quake II is characterized by a significantly richer plot and modified weapon arsenal. The levels were also greatly expanded, following different stylistics than in the previous game. Multiplayer remains the title’s strength. In Quake II, up to 16 players can play in several varied game modes.

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Final Fantasy VII (PS1)
Final Fantasy VII (PS1)

RPG 31 January 1997

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CTR: Crash Team Racing (PS1)
CTR: Crash Team Racing (PS1)

Racing 19 October 1999

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Medal of Honor: Underground (PS1)
Medal of Honor: Underground (PS1)

Action 23 October 2000

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Driver (1999) (PS1)
Driver (1999) (PS1)

Racing 02 July 1999

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Chrono Cross (PS1)
Chrono Cross (PS1)

RPG 18 November 1999

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Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (PS1)
Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (PS1)

Adventure 22 September 1999

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007 The World is Not Enough (PS1)
007 The World is Not Enough (PS1)

Action 08 November 2000

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Vagrant Story (PS1)
Vagrant Story (PS1)

RPG 10 February 2000

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Final Fantasy IX (PS1)
Final Fantasy IX (PS1)

RPG 07 July 2000

The 9th main entry in a classic jRPG series, originally released in 2000 on PlayStation console, and ported to PC ten year later. After a few games featuring slightly cyberpunkish settings, Final Fantasy IX returns to the roots of the series, where we are once again met by knights, princesses, and dragons. Players take the role of a young thief, who, together with a company of other heroes, faces the evil queen Brahna, who is responsible for the outbreak of a great war. However, as it turns out, the queen has been nothing more than a pawn in the hands of a much more dangerous enemy. In terms of game mechanics, the game is a combination of proven solutions with some limited innovations, such as a redesigned profession system or ATE mode (Active Time Event), which allows us to see what other team members are doing, give access to numerous side quests and a chance to collect various useful items.

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Re-Volt (PS1)
Re-Volt (PS1)

Racing 31 July 1999

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Bubsy 3D (PS1)
Bubsy 3D (PS1)

Arcade 25 November 1996

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Star Wars: Dark Forces (PS1)
Star Wars: Dark Forces (PS1)

Action 30 November 1996

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Tenchu: Stealth Assassins (PS1)
Tenchu: Stealth Assassins (PS1)

Action 31 August 1998

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Final Fantasy VIII (PS1)
Final Fantasy VIII (PS1)

RPG 11 February 1999

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