Psygnosis

3 Ninjas Kick Back

3 Ninjas Kick Back

Sega Genesis - Released - June 1, 1994

3 Ninjas Kick Back follows 3 young ninja brothers, Rocky, Colt and Tum-Tum as they assist an old Samurai in retrieving a prized dagger which has been stolen by his rival. The dagger, once given to the Samurai as a reward, will be passed along to younger generations once it is restored to its rightful owner. The boys learn ninjitsu and karate as they fight evil forces that are older, more powerful, and bigger than them.

The Adventures of Lomax

The Adventures of Lomax

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1996

Lomax's friends are in trouble, and it's up to you to save them from the sinister villain, Evil Ed. Using a magical spell, the fiend has kidnapped them and is forcing them to do whatever he instructs. Adventures of Lomax is a platform game that presents itself as a Lemmings spin-off (after all, it is developed by the same company). As the hero, you will have to jump and shoot your way through a multitude of side scrolling 2D levels while picking up different power-ups. The special items Lomax encounters gain him invincibility; increase the jumping range and power of his attacks. Most...

Apocalypse II

Apocalypse II

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1985

Be the pilot of a space ship that is out to save humanity from moons, meteors, and asteroids of varying sizes, that are putting the planet in danger. Shoot the moons and asteroids to gain points for each hit. The game features uncanny 16 bit graphics, a catchy soundtrack, power ups and many levels of difficulty. Let's see what is your high socre!

Armour-Geddon

Armour-Geddon

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

In Armour-Geddon, a power crazed entity is developing a devastating energy beam to wipe out all unprotected life on Earth. In a race against time you must choose and control up to six different vehicles, and use them to destroy enemy power lines and eventually the beam generator. And thus you save the Earth and all mankind. Armour-Geddon is a blend of simulation and strategy, in which you get to play both the brass and the grunt. You designate your targets and choose which vehicle(s) you shall use to blow them up with.

Armour-Geddon

Armour-Geddon

Atari ST - Released - 1991

In Armour-Geddon, a power crazed entity is developing a devastating energy beam to wipe out all unprotected life on Earth. In a race against time you must choose and control up to six different vehicles, and use them to destroy enemy power lines and eventually the beam generator. And thus you save the Earth and all mankind. Armour-Geddon is a blend of simulation and strategy, in which you get to play both the brass and the grunt. You designate your targets and choose which vehicle(s) you shall use to blow them up with.

Assault Rigs

Assault Rigs

MS-DOS - Released - 1996

In the future, physical sports will be replaced by a violent virtual contest, where a lot of gambling and corporate cash is involved. Such is the setting for this action-packed game, where you act as a jockey for a virtual tank of massive firepower, called a Rig. Navigate through the maze-like arenas with jumps, elevators and movable blocks. Pick up power-ups to overcome other Rigs, or Gems to advance through more than 40 levels. Graphics and ambiance are inspired, it seems, by Tron, and place the player in a "wire framed" virtual environment. The focus here, though, is not racing, but...

Assault Rigs

Assault Rigs

Sega Saturn - Released - September 11, 1997

In the future, physical sports will be replaced by a violent virtual contest, where a lot of gambling and corporate cash is involved. Such is the setting for this action-packed game, where you act as a jockey for a virtual tank of massive firepower, called a Rig. Navigate through the maze-like arenas with jumps, elevators and movable blocks. Pick up power-ups to overcome other Rigs, or Gems to advance through more than 40 levels. Graphics and ambiance are inspired, it seems, by Tron, and place the player in a "wire framed" virtual environment. The focus here, though, is not racing, but...

Ballistix

Ballistix

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - January 1, 1992

It's chaos in the Ballistix Stadium! You're a techno-gladiator in the wildest ballgame in the galaxy. The alien claw drops the puck. You fire balls at warp-speed, blasting it towards the enemy goal. Ricochet it off walls and bumpers. Hit a splitter and balls explode in a swarming barrage! The field changes to make each level more intense. Acid pools swallow the puck. Pitch arrows propel it. Your enemy cannons it into a tunnel and it shoots out towards your goal! Get a shield to save it! Score big to enter your name in the Hall of Fame in a nonstop Ballistix frenzy.

Barbarian

Barbarian

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

Can you become Hegor the Barbarian? Are you the warrior who can enter the fearful realms of the underground world of Durgan, a world terrorized by the evil Necron? Your quest; to destroy the lair of the accursed Necron. Your prize; the kingdom's crown. Your task is awesome! You must live on your wits, conquer your innermost fears, use every skill and weapon available to you. Hideous perils await. Can you survive?..Control Hegor the Barbarian on the quest to free the world of Durgan from the tyranny of evil Necron and his minions.

Barbarian

Barbarian

Atari ST - 1987

In this game you play the role of a barbarian who must navigate his way through dangerous dungeons. The game is played from a third person side scrolling perspective and also has platform jumping parts to it. The barbarian is controlled by using left and right on the joystick to move and up and down is used to scroll through the various commands at the bottom of the screen. When a command is highlighted pressing fire will perform that action thus saving on extra buttons being needed to play. There are two weapons at your disposal. A sword which you start the game with and later a bow which is...

Barbarian

Barbarian

Microsoft MSX - 1988

Barbarian is a 1987 computer platform game by Psygnosis. It was first developed for the Atari ST, and was ported to the Amiga, Commodore 64, DOS, MSX, Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum. In the game, the player is Hegor, a barbarian who must traverse several dungeons and underground habitats to defeat his brother, the evil sorcerer Necron. He has a sword and bow in his arsenal of weapons. Running and jumping, as with many platform games, comprises a large part of the gameplay of this title. The game used a unique control system to make up for lack of more than one joystick button on many...

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1993

Bram Stoker's Dracula is the title given to a number of games based on the 1992 film of the same name. Gameplay for each game varies greatly from platform to platform, but they all retain a similar plot based on the movie. The 16-bit console versions are side-scrolling hack-and-slash games. The player controls a young lawyer named Jonathan Harker. Harker must free himself from Dracula's capture, follow him to London, and end his reign of terror.

Brian the Lion

Brian the Lion

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

In this game, you play Brian, the lion that closely resembles the Paddle Pop mascot. You must carry out the task of rescuing your friend Chris the Crystal, who has been kidnapped by Geeza the Dragon. His other warped jungle animal friends, Barry the Bear and Graeme the Gorilla, prevent you from getting to him and rescuing your friend. Your job is to run through each level, destroying enemies that get in your way by either "clawing" them or jumping on their heads. Along the way, collect as many crystals as you can so that you can use them at the shop to buy extra lives, credits, heavenly hit...

A Bug's Life

A Bug's Life

Sony Playstation - Released - November 1, 1998

Based on the animated film, A Bug's Life is an epic game of miniature proportions. The story follows the exciting adventures of a misfit ant named Flik as he tries to save his colony from a greedy gang of grasshoppers led by Hopper. As Flik, you travel through fully interactive 3D environments brought to life with cinematic quality animation, smooth controls, and challenging puzzles. Get ready for a bug's-eye-view in an incredible and fast-paced adventure.

The City of Lost Children

The City of Lost Children

Sony Playstation - Released - May 31, 1997

If you've ever seen the movie, you know your in for a weird, almost trippy gaming experience with The City of Lost Children. In it, you are Miette who lives in an orphanage. The evil "Siamese twins" that run the orphanage have Miette steal stuff for them. But all of a sudden, some dark presence starts to steal the souls and dreams of the little children. Of course, it is up to Miette to save the day and get to the bottom of these events. Like the Alone in the Dark series, The City of Lost Children takes place in a 3D, 3rd person adventure world filled with lots of diverse and challenging...

The City of Lost Children

The City of Lost Children

MS-DOS - Released - April 1, 1997

You play Miette, a character from the movie of the same name. The graphics are the style of 3d characters over rendered backgrounds. You travel through the streets at the whim of Pieuvre, the siamese twins who are your schoolmistresses. You do small robberies for them, but soon a larger plot emerges. Mysterious men called Cyclopses are kidnapping children to steal their dreams. You must determine what is truly happening in this adventure game.

Colony Wars

Colony Wars

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1997

Since 3095, the Earth Empire has spread throughout the universe, taking what it wants and destroying the rest - all in the name of sustaining life on Earth. To the Empire, expansion is of the utmost importance, even above famine, drought and death. The League of Free Worlds exists to offer resistance and hope to the plundered outlying colonies. After a key victory, it is shown that the Empire's Navy can be harmed and the ranks of the League begin to swell. Colony Wars is a combat fighter game set in space. You, as the player, join as a recruit in the League's fleet. Missions take place...

Colony Wars: Red Sun

Colony Wars: Red Sun

Sony Playstation - Released - May 2, 2000

Red Sun is the third in Psygnosis' Star Wars inspired "Colony Wars" saga. This time around you follow the personal quest of Valdmar a miner who gets caught up in the wars between the League and the Navy after meeting the enigmatic "General" in a series of mysterious dreams.

Colony Wars: Vengeance

Colony Wars: Vengeance

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1998

After the first Colony Wars game, the Earth Empire was defeated... and the remnants of this regime sealed inside of the Sol System, cut off from the rest of the galaxy by some unknown technology. Within Sol, the Earth Empire civilization has fallen apart. Various tribes and factions, warring with one another have left the once great home system of humanity a wreck of salvage and waste from used up resources. One leader however, a Commander Kron, seeks to unite the warring clans under a banner of vengeance... and together find some way to break out from this solar prison. The game is space...

Flink

Flink

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Released - January 1, 1995

Disaster strikes Imagica Island and Wicked Wainwright's taken over! He's kidnapped the four island leaders, separated them, and has them under the watchful eyes of the Demon Guardians. Excited by his newfound control, he's gone absolutely crazy! He's casting dark clouds of smoke across the land, bringing unpleasant weather and much sadness to the people of Imagica. In a huge panic, the islanders appoint Flink, an apprentice wizard, to challenge Wicked Wainwright and to force the Demon Guardians to release the island leaders. Locate the leaders, bring their powers together, and help make Flink...

Flink

Flink

Sega Genesis - Released - November 11, 1994

Disaster strikes Imagica Island! Wicked Wainwright has taken over. Only apprentice wizard Flink can save the day. Challenge fearsome bad guys and mix awesome spells in Flink's crazy cauldron as you race to free the Island! With the grooviest graphics and gameplay ever seen on the Genesis, Flink is pure magic!

G-Police

G-Police

Sony Playstation - Released - October 15, 1997

After a violent interstellar resource war, mega-corporations seize power from the remnants of Earth's governments and lead humanity's way into the colonization of space. The last vestige of central authority is in the form of the G-Police (Government Police); an independent agency tasked with keeping order in the colonies. You play as rookie Jeff Slater - a former military pilot going undercover at the G-Police squadron on Callisto, in the hopes of finding the truth behind your sister's sudden death. G-Police is an arcade-style helicopter shooter set inside the colony domes on Callisto. You...

G-Police: Weapons of Justice

G-Police: Weapons of Justice

Sony Playstation - Released - August 31, 1999

Taking place only ten days after the events in the original G-Police, the sequel G-Police: Weapons of Justice centers around a group of small gangs in Callisto. The various gangs are taking advantage of the G-Police by exploiting their weakened and exhausted task force. With crime back on the rise, the city will have to pull through and pray for a miracle --- fortunately, they're prayers have been answered. After an attempt to silence the terrorist organizations, your squad receives word of Marines being sent in to help with the current situation. Unfortunately, they're a few days away from...

Infestation

Infestation

Fujitsu FM Towns Marty - Released - 1990

Infestation is a first-person action-adventure computer game released in 1990. The game was published by Psygnosis and released for the Amiga, Atari ST, and IBM PC formats. Based on a science fiction scenario inspired in part by the films Alien and Aliens, the player is given the task of ridding a planetoid of insectoid alien life forms.

Krazy Ivan

Krazy Ivan

Sony Playstation - Released - February 15, 1996

You play Krazy Ivan, a Russian soldier with a crazy mission! So leap into your forty-foot power suit and get ready to riot. Equipped with the outrageous armory of weapons ranging from 30mm guns to the ground breaking earthquake tsunami generator, you'll be more than prepared for the craziest all-out blasting experience this side of the future!

Krazy Ivan

Krazy Ivan

Sega Saturn - Released - 1996

In the early 21st century, the Earth is under attack by aliens. In five areas of the planet, they have erected energy generators, creating a field that slowly encompasses the entire planet surface. They have also taken hundreds of humans prisoner. Someone has to stop them. Enter Russian Commander Ivan Popovich, nicknamed "Krazy Ivan". He is a paranoid schizophrenic, prone to burst out into violence at any time. In other words, he's perfect for the job. The player controls Ivan's "Steel Cossack" power suit on the three-dimensional battlefields. In each of the five areas in the game, two...

Lemmings

Lemmings

Sega Game Gear - Released - November 1, 1992

The Lemmings are on the move! They walk off cliffs, wander mindlessly into flames and drop like rocks into pools of water. They need you to help them dig, build and blast their way to safety in dozens of levels that go from fun to beyond mayhem!

Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings

Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings

Sony Playstation - Released - October 10, 1998

Lemmings, Lemmings and Oh No! More Lemmings! It's your duty to train these mindless suicidal creatures to perform tasks that will carry them to safety. Without you, they'd walk into their ultimate demise! As a compilation of sorts, Psygnosis has ported the original Lemmings to the PlayStation along with the Oh No! More Lemmings companion. In either puzzle game, you'll assign different skills to individual lemmings; skills are assigned in coordination with the challenges the little critters face. Sometimes you'll need to build stairs and assign roadblocks to cross and avoid a large pit;...

Lemmings Revolution

Lemmings Revolution

Windows - April 28, 2000

The witless little lemmings have returned--this time in a simple, elegant 3-D world filled with hazards such as lava and perilous heights. Choose from one hundred puzzles you can play over and over again, such as the Treehouse, the Stone Tower, and more. The most recent addition to the lemmings lineage, Lemmings Revolution brings the challenge of a simple but elegant 3-D environment to the addictive strategy and puzzle game of rescuing the dopey lemmings from certain doom.

Microcosm

Microcosm

Commodore Amiga CD32 - 1994

Microcosm is a 3D action shooter, similar to Descent, that takes place entirely within the human body. The concept was inspired by the 1966 movie Fantastic Voyage. The player pilots his way through various parts of the anatomy, blasting virii and enemy ships, while gaining power-ups and faster, stronger craft. The goal of the game is to eventually reach the brain to stop Grey M, the entity that controls Korsby's body. Microcosm makes heavy use of full-motion video and features high-resolution fractal graphics (to simulate the walls of veins and arteries), digital music and sound effects.

Microcosm

Microcosm

Sega CD - Released - January 1, 1993

Microcosm is a 3D action shooter, similar to Descent, that takes place entirely within the human body. The concept was inspired by the 1966 movie Fantastic Voyage. The player pilots his way through various parts of the anatomy, blasting virii and enemy ships, while gaining power-ups and faster, stronger craft. The goal of the game is to eventually reach the brain to stop Grey M, the entity that controls Korsby's body. Microcosm makes heavy use of full-motion video and features high-resolution fractal graphics (to simulate the walls of veins and arteries), digital music and sound effects.

Nitro

Nitro

Commodore Amiga - December 2, 1990

Nitro is an top-down perspective arcade racer for the Amiga and Atari ST. It was developed and published in 1990 by Psygnosis. This game contains no clear background or storyline, just white-knuckle video game racing. After choosing whether to play with one, two or three (via keyboard) players, the player(s) must select a car and buy accessories at the "pit stop" before proceeding to the race. Three vehicles are available; namely the racing car, sports car, and turbo buggy. Accessories include nitros, high speed, acceleration, traction, fix damage, a change of car, as well as fuel which is...

Novastorm

Novastorm

Sega CD - Released - November 1, 1994

A behind-the-view perspective of a shooter's dream: Blast enemies against a cinematic backdrop. Kill the computer-controlled fighters before they take over the world! Unlike first-generation interactive movies with action, Novastorm has hooks into the environment; if you move into the path of a pre-rendered obstacle and it "hits" you, you take damage, etc.

Novastorm

Novastorm

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1994

A behind-the-view perspective of a shooter's dream: Blast enemies against a cinematic backdrop. Kill the computer-controlled fighters before they take over the world! Unlike first-generation interactive movies with action, Novastorm has hooks into the environment; if you move into the path of a pre-rendered obstacle and it "hits" you, you take damage, etc.

O.D.T.

Nintendo 64 - Unreleased

O.D.T. is an action role-playing game with some platforming and puzzle-solving elements. The player can choose to control any of the four characters. Each of them has his/her own strengths and weaknesses: for example, Maxx has high defense, while the archbishop has access to powerful occult techniques. Defeating enemies rewards the player with experience points, which can be used to increase a particular parameter of a character, increasing his/her combat abilities. An N64 version was completed but never released, though it has since been leaked online.

Obitus

Obitus

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - 1994

Adventure in a Land of Ruin. Old King Cullen warned his sons that the kingdom of Obitus would fall into evil hands if the Gems of Tranquillity were removed from the tower in the center of the land. Not long after his passing, the king's prophecy came true. Now Obitus is a dark maze riddled with mean creatures and sinister secrets. It's up to you to venture to the corners of the kingdom and recover the Gems so that peace is restored to the land. Your adventure takes place in both first person perspective and side view stages so that you always have the ultimate outlook on the action. Go...

Obliterator

Obliterator

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1988

You play Drak, the last of the Obliterators (genetically enhanced machines bio engineered for otherwise impossible missions.) Your mission is to save the Federation from an alien spacecraft. Obliterator is an arcade style platform action game. The game screens are static (instead of scrolling, though you can optionally turn on scrolling transitions between screens.) and can be maze like at times with many locations to search. Armed with a variety of weapons, you have to board the alien spacecraft, disable its weapons, plasma drives and shields, then escape.

Psybadek

Psybadek

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1998

Xako and Mia live for one thing and one thing only: to catch serious air performing mind-blowing stunts on their hoverdeks. A hoverdek is best described as a hovering skateboard, it works the same way but there are no wheels and it's constantly floating. Back to the story at hand, these two dekkies are fanatical about their skills; they would go adventuring with their buddies and show off new tricks. Would meaning past tense; dekkies are now being oppressed by the maniacal Krakken. With a sour hatred for hoverdeks, the cheese-smelling ingrate kidnaps dekkies and stores them in his mundane...

Red Zone

Red Zone

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1992

Red Zone sees Psygnosis attempt to simulate motorcycle racing using 3D polygon graphics, in a similar way to Team Suzuki and No Second Prize. Ten different circuits are featured in the game's championship, although there are no bike setup options. The graphical detail level can be set, which affects the game's running speed and smoothness. The mouse is used for control, with options to vary the sensitivity of the response as well as the skill of the opposition. The game keeps track of how many times you punted an opponent off, and how many times you endangered one with your riding.

Retro Force

Retro Force

Sony Playstation - Released - March 12, 1999

In Retro Force, you get to play as one of the four members of Retro Force, you can get to choose either Paris, Hawtin, Pi, or Sinclair whatever suits your skill, but they each have their own aerial attributes, with your chosen character, you then have to shoot down your enemies from the sky and from the ground, you'll get to earn points by shooting down the enemies. And also, you get to collect Bonus crystals, the more bonus crystals you collect, the bigger the score, and of course keep an eye on the super crystals, they hide in hard to reach places and in secret hiding places.

Sentient

Sentient

Sony Playstation - Released - April 10, 1997

You are sent to investigate an outbreak of radiation sickness aboard the space station Icarus, but once aboard, you realize your primary objective is the least of your worries. The captain has been murdered, an assassin threatens a visiting senior Senator, and a power struggle arises as the station careens toward the sun. Save yourself, or save the ship? Sentient's main feature is the artificial intelligence controlling multiple individual crew members aboard the station, each with their own assignments and behaviors. You interact with the AI characters through an elaborate parser...

Shipwreckers!

Shipwreckers!

Sony Playstation - Released - October 10, 1997

As an upstart pirate captain in Shipwreckers!, you embark on a journey across the seven seas, doing what comes naturally; namely, finding treasure, pillaging, and attacking any luckless ships that wander into your path. Viewed from a top-down overhead perspective, Shipwreckers! is an offbeat, comical adventure. As you navigate the myriad of puzzles, traps and challenges found in the game, keep a sharp eye out for map bottles floating throughout each of the five exotic locales, which allow you to exit each world. At your disposal is an arsenal of weird and wonderful weapons, ranging from...

Super Shadow of the Beast

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Unreleased

Shadow of the Beast for SNES was never officially released. Is a port of the Amiga game, Shadow of the Beast by Psygnosis. The snes version was being made by a company called IGS. Nintendo Power mentioned it being shown at Summer CES 1992 convention, and that it looked better than the computer versions of the game. A rom of the game exists, and it appears that the game is fairly complete. It plays similar to many platform adventure games like Castlevania or Zelda II.

Ultraverse Prime / Microcosm

Ultraverse Prime / Microcosm

Sega CD - Released - January 1, 1994

Players control the superhero Prime, a thirteen year-old boy called Kevin Green that has the power to transform into a superhero adult version of himself. Prime can punch, kick and jump, and combine these into some new moves and combos. The player as well as the enemies can also occasionally find weapons or objects to pick up and throw. Some stages are much faster as Prime flies at a fast speed and needs to punch obstacles and enemies out of the air.

Wipeout

Wipeout

Sony Playstation - Released - September 29, 1995

Set in the year 2052, players compete in the F3600 anti-gravity racing league, piloting one of a selection of craft in races on several different tracks. There are four different racing teams to choose from, and two ships for each team. Each ship with its own distinct characteristics of acceleration, top speed, mass, and turning radius. By piloting their craft over power-up pads found on the tracks, the player can pick up shields, turbo boosts, mines, shock waves, rockets, or missiles, which protect the player's craft or disrupt the competitors' craft. There are seven race tracks in the...

Wipeout 3

Wipeout 3

Sony Playstation - Released - September 8, 1999

Wipeout 3 is a racing game that retains the same basic elements of its predecessors, and introduces players to the F7200 Anti-Gravity Race League. Players control futuristic anti-gravity ships owned by racing corporations and pilot them on eight circuits. Each craft is equipped with an energy shield that absorbs damage sustained on the track; if the shield is disabled, the player's craft can be knocked out of the race. Shields are regenerated in a pit lane that is set apart from the main course. The less time spent in the pit lane, the less the shield will regenerate. In addition to...

Wipeout 3 Special Edition

Wipeout 3 Special Edition

Sony Playstation - Released - July 14, 2000

Wipeout 3 Special Edition isn’t just a slight improvement on Wip3out – it’s a full-blown greatest hits compilation. The highly refined futuristic racing gameplay is lifted directly from the third game, complete with idiosyncracies such as the boost button and weapons like the Force Wall, and its tracks, vehicles and music all come over too. However, there are some slight physics tweaks and two prototype tracks, previously exclusive to the Japanese version of the original game. Those aren’t the real story though – that honour belongs to the eight tracks lifted from previous WipEout games for...

Wipeout 64

Wipeout 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 3, 1998

WipEout 64 was released by Psygnosis as a follow-up to the racing game WipEout XL, taking place one year later in 2098. Like in previous installments players control highspeed hovercrafts, pick up weapons to damage the opponents' vehicles and try to finish the race in the first position. In many aspects, the gameplay is pretty similar to its predecessor, such as selection of hovercrafts, visuals or the handling system. Beside new racing tracks the main differences include a Split-Screen Multiplayer Mode (up to four players), Weapon & Super Combo Challenges as well as various Special Weapons...

Wipeout XL

Wipeout XL

Windows - Released - June 26, 1997

Wipeout XL is the second part in the racing game series WipEout and was released by developer & publisher Psygnosis in 1997. In the F5000 anti gravity league, various pilots from different nations fight for glory with their flying vehicles; aside from increased overall speed and 11, partly overhauled, types of weapon pick-ups, the 8 newly designed and challenging race circuits push the pilots to unknown limits - quick decision-making & fast reactions are the key for victory!

Wipeout XL

Wipeout XL

Sega Saturn - Released - September 18, 1997

WipEout XL is set in the year 2097, around four decades after its predecessor. Instead of the F3600 anti-gravity racing competition, the game features an even faster and more dangerous tournament: the F5000 AG league. The gameplay system is similar to that of the previous game: players race against each other or computer in high-speed futuristic environments, liberally picking up weapons scattered around the stages and using them against the opponents to finish the race in the highest position. Each vehicle is provided with a shield; once this shield is breached (by weapons or other kinds...

Wipeout XL

Wipeout XL

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1996

WipEout XL is set in the year 2097, around four decades after its predecessor. Instead of the F3600 anti-gravity racing competition, the game features an even faster and more dangerous tournament: the F5000 AG league. The gameplay system is similar to that of the previous game: players race against each other or computer in high-speed futuristic environments, liberally picking up weapons scattered around the stages and using them against the opponents to finish the race in the highest position. Each vehicle is provided with a shield; once this shield is breached (by weapons or other kinds...

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