Nintendo 64 - Released - November 17, 2000
Start out as Elwood in prison and get the band together for the battle of the bands, which is in less than two days. After saving the guitarist, Cab and defeating the warden, Mac and Buster are waiting to be found in Chicago to complete and reunite your crew!
Sony Playstation - Released - March 19, 1999
Dead in the Water is all about the thrills, chills, and spills of powerboat racing. Choose from 14 different boats, and then hit one of the nine courses, each with unique obstacles, conditions, and jumps. After winning a race, upgrade your weapons to keep a tactical advantage over the competition. If racing for speed is not your style, play the battle mode and try to destroy all of your opponents. Thanks to the realistic water physics, swells will throw your boat into the air, currents will affect your speed based on their direction, and landing hard after a jump will put the boat under water...
Sega Dreamcast - Released - May 18, 2001
E.O.S.: Exhibition of Speed is a racing game with over twenty fictional cars to choose from and a total of fifteen racecourses that differ in weather conditions. The game offers several modes like: trophy, quick race, time trial, online and a multiplayer mode for up to four players. When playing different drivers and cars with different characteristics can be selected. Additional cars can be unlocked during play.
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 17, 2000
Take control of the legendary hero Hercules and his friends Iolaus and Serena as they attempt to stop Ares from completing his diabolical plans. Use each character's unique attributes: Hercules' legendary strength, Iolaus' nimble nature and Serena's accuracy to complete your quest. Travel through 12 unique fully 3D worlds, from the sunny seaside town of Porticus to the snowy mountains of Alpsius. Explore the bandit-overrun forrests of Traycus or heavenly Mount Olympus. Fight mythical terrifying monsters such as the Minotaur, Cyclops, and more!
Nintendo 64 - Released - November 24, 1998
Have you ever bowled against your buddies with a Nuclear Ball on a lane constructed out of an alien's tongue? Probably not. But now you can, as you bowl for the perfect game in Milo's Astro Lanes, the wackiest, most spaced-out bowling blast ever! Use awesome power-ups like the devastating Pea Ball, toxic Cosmic Slime and mighty White Dwarf to thwart your opponents or keep them from stopping you. This insane game is what the future of bowling is all about!
Sega Dreamcast - Released - November 21, 2000
Roadsters is a car racing game that features both licensed cars from manufacturers like Mitsubishi, Alfa Romeo, Lotus, etc., and unlicensed cars from imaginary manufacturers that are based and bear great resemblance to their equivalent, real car models. The game has 8 racers and 34 cars from which you can choose from and 4 modes in total: Roadster Trophy – The player starts by selecting one of the available racers and is given a sum of money that must be used to acquire a car. There are 3 divisions in which the player can compete on with the 3rd being of the easiest difficulty and...
Nintendo 64 - Released - January 6, 1998
YOU CAN SAVE THE WORLD! All the excitement and speed of the original classic is back and updated with state-of-the-art graphics specifically designed for the N64. Intense, non-stop action versus a mechanical army of robots. 200 levels of frantic destruction in detailed, ever-changing 3D arenas. Multiple power-ups scattered throughout each level offer more powerful weaponry, as waves of never-ending Robotrons continue the attack. All the classic Robotron characters return, plus 26 new enemies, each rendered in 3D. Multitudes of hidden cheat codes and bonus rounds.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1996
The arcade classic is taken to the next level, this time in 3D. The super-enhanced hero Ugene is once again called into action to save the last human family against the hordes of relentless Robotrons. Battle through 100 different levels, gaining new power-ups and abilities as Ugene survives wave after wave of the unrelenting hordes. While Ugene may face the familiar Robotrons, there will be new additions and tricks that the killer robots will use against the last surviving human family. Ugene must protect them at all cost while racking up the highest possible score!
Nintendo 64 - Unreleased
Tommy Thunder was a third person shooter in development for the Nintendo 64 (and later for the PSX too) from Player 1 studios, but it was never released and we never got many informations about it. In November 2007, herpetic.adventures on the LostLevels forum posted an interesting story about a misterious file: “[…] about 10 years ago I was poking around the Player1 website looking for info on when Robotron 64 was coming out. Just for the hell of it, I clicked the “Press Info” link. Which turned out to be an anonymous FTP. Woo. Poked around a bit, and amongst directories of PSX assets, I found...