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Darklight Conflict

Darklight Conflict

MS-DOS - Released - March 28, 1997

A space combat game like Wing Commander; you control a space ship, as the lone man trying to save humanity from not one, but two alien races. It also has multiplayer modes like Race and Tag for IPX network users.

Darklight Conflict

Darklight Conflict

Sega Saturn - Released - 1997

Darklight Conflict is a space combat simulator video game developed by Rage Software and published by Electronic Arts in 1997 for PCs running MS-DOS or versions of Microsoft Windows before Windows 2000, and the Sega Saturn and Sony PlayStation game consoles. In this game, you play the part of a contemporary human fighter pilot abducted by the alien Repton species during your aerial battle, and biologically modified to become a starfighter pilot for them in their war against the Evil Ovon race. In the game itself, you would usually pilot one of three different starfighters, each with...

David Beckham Soccer

David Beckham Soccer

Sony Playstation 2 - Released

Endorsed by the then England and Manchester United captain and international superstar, David Beckham Soccer is the last of Rage long tradition in developing soccer games. It includes both national and club teams (from England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain), plus the ability to create custom teams, with details ranging from the usual name, strips and colours to the stadium. Other than Beckham himself, no player is licensed (likeness is preserved, but names are replaced with phonetic equivalents, such as “Owin” or “Zanetee”), but the editor also allows the player to customize each player...

DBZ: Dead Ball Zone

DBZ: Dead Ball Zone

Sony Playstation - Released - September 1, 1998

This high speed futuristic sports game pits two teams of armed psychotics against each other in a brutal (and lethal) fight to launch a ball into the opponents net over, around, or through the opponent. Players are armed with a variety of weapons (chainsaws, grenades, machine guns, etc...) and a full range of unarmed combat moves (including the good old-fashioned crotch kick) all of which can be used to defend the goal but remember, the best defense is a good offense. DBZ also has many of the features you would expect from a typical sports game including player development, league and...

Incoming: The Final Conflict

Windows - Released - 1998

Incoming aliens! Incoming aliens! They've already attacked the international moonbase, and they may already have a base in the Arctic! Earth is building a huge tracking station as first part of the counterattack, but now you detect incoming aliens and they don't look friendly! Defend your base against the initial incursion by manning turret, tank, helicopter, harrier jet, and even captured alien fighter as you battle the aliens in various continents, and eventually lead the counterattack on the moon! Incoming is a 3D shooter with plenty of action. In arcade mode, you can play it as a...

Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds

Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds

Windows - 1998

The game based on Jeff Wayne's musical play and the classic science fiction novel by H.G. Wells. it is the year 1898 and the Martian have escaped from their dying homeworld to conquer the Earth and take its resources - and the blood of its inhabitants. Take either side in this epic real-time strategy game. You can play as the Martians with their superior technology and powerful but expensive war machines in their campaign to take over Great Britain and the rest of the world. Or play as the weaker but more numerous Humans to turn back the alien onslaught before their fiendish plans can be...

Jonah Lomu Rugby

Jonah Lomu Rugby

Sega Saturn - Released - 1997

Based on the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa and officially licenced by player of the tournament Jonah Lomu, this game plays as more of an arcade style of gameplay rather than a sports simulation. Players can compete in the full World Cup, a round-robin league, or a knock-out cup. The 32 included teams range from the All Blacks of New Zealand and Springboks of South Africa to minnows such as Namibia and Hong Kong, neither of which qualified for the final stages.

Jonah Lomu Rugby

Jonah Lomu Rugby

MS-DOS - Released - September 3, 1998

Based on the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa and officially licenced by player of the tournament Jonah Lomu, this game plays as more of an arcade style of gameplay rather than a sports simulation. Players can compete in the full World Cup, a round-robin league, or a knock-out cup. The 32 included teams range from the All Blacks of New Zealand and Springboks of South Africa to minnows such as Namibia and Hong Kong, neither of which qualified for the final stages.

Twin Caliber

Twin Caliber

Sony Playstation 2

Twin Caliber is a co-op third person rail shooter for two players. One plays a police sheriff and the other a hardened criminal. They must band together to unravel a dark mystery around a graveyard full of zombies. Both characters can hold two guns. Each gun is aimed with one of the analog sticks. Points are awarded for killing enemies, particularly multiple at a time from different angles. The game comes with 26 levels, nine level and a handful of different enemies, including zombies, demons, slugs and cultists.

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