Sony Playstation - Released - July 23, 1999
RACING and SHOOT-EM UP ACTION in a world submerged beneath oceans of water. Mount your hoverbike and lay waste to your opponents with lethal weapons and a revolutionary firing system. Use everything you have to speed, dodge, and blast your way to the ultimate goal - survival. 360... Survival balances on a knife edge.
Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - June 25, 1999
This is a cartoon style tennis challenge that requires all your skill! Pick a character and journey through the game's tournament mode, or simply try your hand in free mode. Choose from different court surfaces and different match setup options. Offering games for one to four players, All Star Tennis is a great way to enjoy the action on centre court.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 25, 1999
All Star Tennis binds together vibrant visuals and hyper-fast action, while retaining a subtlety of play, which will keep players courting the court. While the inclusion of eight real life, top-ranked tennis players ensures the title will appeal to quick fix tennis sim addicts and serious enthusiasts alike. All Star Tennis offers an as yet unseen range of shots, volleys, slices, passes and power slams, while also affording astonishingly precise ball placement. You'll need it too. As the full Season mode takes you on an intense course of all the tennis tournaments, round the world, tussle...
Nintendo 64 - Released - June 25, 1999
Play as 8 world class ATP / WTA tour players (including Mark Philippoussis, Richard Krajicek, Conchita Martinez & Jana Novotna) as well as 4 fictional players through a range of tournaments on grass, clay, hard court and rebound ace surfaces. Lob, volley, smash and serve past computer controlled players in singles or doubles, 4 player multiplayer doubles, and 8 player multiplayer singles and doubles tournaments.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 1, 1998
It offered standard simulation game play with singles, doubles and tournament mode, as well as World Tour mode consisting of 11 international competitions. In addition to standard moves the player can turn on an option for three specialty moves, two of which are unique to the character that they are using, each time a player scores a point they are given 1 of 3 energy points that can be used to perform one of the two unique moves for their character. There is a Bomb Tennis mode that makes a bomb appear where the ball touches down, if the player is caught by its explosion, it causing the...
Sony Playstation - Released - July 1, 1996
When the game is on the line, you need blistering service returns, ball hammering ground strokes and an impenetrable net game. You need Break Point Tennis. 8 Adrenaline charged players vie for international supremacy on grass, clay, asphalt and indoor surfaces.
Sega Saturn - Released - June 27, 1996
Break Point is your basic tennis game. You can play on several different courts which differ in surroundings and style. There's a couple of fantasy courts as well as some real life courts. Player can choose between various motion captured players and game modes including practice, cup, tournament and so on. The speciality in this one is the fact that you can play with up to 8 players in tournament.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - June 14, 2002
Downforce is an arcade racing game released in 2002. The game includes multiple game modes, including championships, time trials, free race, standard split-screen and multiplayer tag - a mode where the winner is decided by who stays in the lead for the most amount of time rather than who crosses the finish line first.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - December 7, 2004
A group of drivers and teams have split from the Formula 1 Championship, after being held back by rules and regulations for too long. Races have become boring with overtaking and pure racing at an all-time low. The new racing league has been condemned as too dangerous and banned from using circuits around the world. The races instead take place in and around major cities. The cars use all the technology available today, to increase speed and `downforce?. With less stringent rules, teams have worked in different directions creating a wide variety of enhanced super cars.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 21, 2000
Titus returns to the racing games that they started in Commodore Amiga with the Crazy Cars game series (the first one was released in 1987 and the third and last one in 1992) with Roadsters that features the same great gameplay with enhanced 3d graphics. Ever feel like betting on yourself in a high-speed race? Well Roadsters gives you that opportunity. In a racing game featuring ten tracks with thirty different cars, Titus has made a game where being the best driver does not necessarily ensure success. You also need the cash flow! When the game begins you have $50,000. You select a car...
Sony Playstation - Released - February 28, 1998
With no stat tweaking and no licenses, Tennis Arena is arcade-style tennis at its most fundamental. What you have here is single-match or tournament play for up to four players with wacky characters and a few different courts to play on. You can play an obese Chinese man, for example, and compete in a Roman coliseum whose clay surface seems to affect bounce marginally. That's about it for options though. No sim, Tennis Arena serves up roughly the same level of fun as Pong did 25 years ago, albeit now with prettier graphics and the occasional super smash. The game also features special...
Sega Saturn - Released - April 9, 1998
Fast-paced, arcade-style tennis comes to the Sega Saturn with TENNIS ARENA. You can choose from eight different players, each with has unique strengths and weaknesses. When you are ready for some action, play some Smash Tennis and try to beat an opponent in a single match on any of the five available arenas. When you want some extended competition, try to become the top-ranked player in the word with the World Cup mode. If you have friends who like to play tennis, hook up a Multi-tap and play some doubles. Now matter how you play, power-ups appear after you return the ball six times in a row,...
Sony Playstation - Released - October 27, 2000
UBIK is a tactical action/strategy video game published and developed by Cryo Interactive Entertainment that was released in 1998. The game is very loosely based on a a Philip K. Dick book of the same name. In the game, the year is 2019. With genetic engineering and the development of replicant's, multiple company's have replicant technology capable of PSI-powers at hand to reach their goals. You play as Joe Chip, a specialist used to train, equip and lead a combat squad of selected individuals (with several skills including weapon and PSI skills) into missions against the Hollis Corporation...