GT Interactive

40 Winks

40 Winks

Sony Playstation - Released - November 14, 1999

The player takes control of either Ruff or Tumble, a brother and sister who are sleeping and trying to free 40 "Winks" from a man named Nitekap and his accomplice, Threadbear. In the game's plot, "Winks" are small, white creatures which make dreams, and "Hoodwinks", which are green and of a similar size are what are responsible for nightmares.

Area 51

Area 51

Sega Saturn - November 20, 1996

The plot of the game involves the player (Peterson) taking part in a STAAR (Strategic Tactical Advanced Alien Response) military incursion to prevent aliens, known as the Kronn, and alien-created zombies from taking over the Area 51 military facility. This game takes the player through several sections of the facility, including a warehouse and underground tunnels. The player is tasked, along with fellow STAAR members, to penetrate Area 51 and activate the nuclear self-destruct sequence. The player must kill all of the genetically altered soldiers and aliens without harming any allied STAAR...

Beavis and Butt-head

Beavis and Butt-head

Nintendo Game Boy - March 1, 1999

Beavis and Butt-head need you! Help the boys escape from Buzzcut's detention! Steer your favorite morons through sewers, parks, Burger World, karate school, and loads of nose-picking, head-banging action! You'll dodge Todd's gang! Kill Cockroaches! Deliver Burgers! And master the dreaded Nad-kick! Features: - More than 10 adventure-packed areas of moronic mayhem - escape detention, flee gangs, outrun rabid dogs, and tear up a karate school. - Varied game play views: side-scrolling and overhead perspectives along with challenging mini-games. - Diverse environments including the...

Blood

Blood

MS-DOS - Released - May 31, 1997

You carved your soul to shreds in servitude to a dark god, but false promises and betrayal were your only reward. Now you have a score to settle and it will be measured in blood! Experience the madness in one carnage-soaked package! All the gore, all the unholy war! Zombies, gargoyles, hellhounds and blood-crazed hordes of horrors await! Crush loathsome evil of the mighty Tchernobog! Or condemn yourself to eternal damnation in this leviathan of unhallowed gaming action!

Blood II: The Chosen

Blood II: The Chosen

Windows - Released - October 31, 1998

In a time of turmoil and decay, a dark organization with a sinister agenda casts its shadow over the world. But as their plot unfolds, an even greater evil pushes its twisted being at the very bindings of reality... Filled with hate and vengeance, Caleb has returned to face the Cabal and its minions once again - and this time he's not alone. Can he hold the Chosen together long enough to reclaim the Cabal and the heart of his one true love? Or will his actions destroy them all?

Bug Riders: The Race of Kings

Bug Riders: The Race of Kings

Sony Playstation - Released - November 4, 1997

The King of Entymion, Leptus, is about to die. Rather than hold elections or keep the tradition of primogeniture, the next king will be chosen with a race. Not just any race, but a race in which the participants ride on giant bugs. Choose from 22 different contestants, each with unique racing styles and weapon, and try to be the first to the finish line on six tracks. If finishing first is a little too tough, make your bug go faster by using your riding crop. But be careful, or your bug will quit running for you. For those looking for a less-than-honest way to win, collect power-ups and...

Chasm: The Rift

Chasm: The Rift

MS-DOS - Released - September 30, 1997

Chasm: The Rift is a 3D first-person shooter. As a Marine, the player has been sent inside a power plant to investigate the loss of power at the plant. They later discover that a group of monsters known as the Timestrikers are using the power to create ruptures in time that allow them to invade the Earth in three different time periods: present day, ancient Egypt, and medieval times. Timestrikers that have invaded the present day are also taking control of a nuclear plant in order to detonate a nuke that will destroy nearly all life on Earth. The game starts in the present day, as the...

Courier Crisis

Courier Crisis

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1997

You are the anti-mailman. A slacker courier with a goatee and a BMX-rated attitude. A psycho bike messenger thrashing through the concrete jungle. Pummel pedestrians. Rip stunts. Earn cash. Deliver the goods. And don't be late.

Courier Crisis: The Saga of the Modern Fatalist

Courier Crisis: The Saga of the Modern Fatalist

Sega Saturn - Released - November 14, 1997

Courier Crisis is a game that simulates the life of a bicycle courier. As you peddle around a virtual city, you must pick up packages from grumpy customers, and then deliver them to other grumpy customers before a timer runs out. The 3D city and the traffic in Courier Crisis are your biggest obstacles. You can pull off crazy jumps and huge tricks that help you dodge them. There are many different areas of the city in which you can do delivery runs, such as the wharf, China town, the slums, and the city center. In total, there are more than 250 missions to complete. As you complete missions,...

Critical Depth

Critical Depth

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1997

A new spin on the whole vehicular combat genre- this one takes place underwater, and features freedom of movement throughout the ocean, instead of being land-bound like its brethren. Portals have opened up all over the world's oceans- to open each portal, you have to collect 5 pods, while fending off the competition using whatever means necessary. Once opened, each portal takes you to the next level...

Crusaders of Might and Magic

Crusaders of Might and Magic

Sony Playstation - Released - February 29, 2000

Drake once lived a peaceful and happy life in his village. He never bothered anyone, and he never wanted to be a hero. Suddenly, an army of the undead, led by Necros, destroyed Drake's village. Unable to do anything, Drake left the ruins of the village and became a merchant. Several years later, while selling swords and shields, Drake gets caught in the Crusade, an uprising of noble spirits who are out to destroy Necros and his army of the undead. Take control of Drake as he joins the Crusade. Run, jump and climb through 3D environments as Drake destroys Necros's legions with swords, axes,...

Dark Vengeance

Dark Vengeance

Windows

Humans and elves had once lived together in peace, until many centuries ago when a renegade band of elves had challenged for power. Banished to underground caverns, they became known as the 'Dark Elves,' and have been vowing revenge on the surface dwellers - a Dark Vengeance. A prophecy foretold of their return and the history of the tale was forced down, but after countless peaceful centuries the people of the land became fearless and ignored the ancient tales.

Discworld Noir

Discworld Noir

Windows - July 8, 1999

Ankh-Morpork is a city surrounded by darkness, where the cold river Ankh flows, where it always rains, and where dwarves and trolls co-exist with secret societies, religious fanatics, stupid police captains, and bar pianists. It is also where a bitterly sarcastic sharp-eyed private investigator named Lewton tries to earn a living solving bizarre cases. A mysterious woman named Carlotta hires him to find her lost lover. Wandering through the dark city and gathering evidence, Lewton has to solve the case, confront a sinister conspiracy, and once again become torn between love and despair.

Doom

Doom

Sega Saturn - Released - March 26, 1997

This release of DOOM is based on The Ultimate DOOM and DOOM II: Hell on Earth and contains most of the levels and enemies from both games as well as about half dozen exclusive maps. The Doom maps are based off the Jaguar version and hence feature the same simplifications as that release. The PC Ultimate Doom and Doom II maps were converted especially for this release and also feature some simplifications, though not to the degree of the Doom maps. Some Doom II enemies have been added to the Doom and Ultimate Doom maps. The engine has been upgraded to a 32 bit renderer allowing for...

DOOM II: Hell on Earth

DOOM II: Hell on Earth

MS-DOS - Released - October 10, 1994

In this sequel to the original DOOM, you play the same hero - the last remaining space marine. After having single-handedly saved Mars from demonic threat, you return to Earth, only to find out that the demons have already invaded it, killed most of its inhabitants or possessed them. It's your task to bring down the force field around the last operational star port to allow the remnants of mankind to escape to the stars. DOOM II looks and plays very similarly to its predecessor, utilizing the same 3D graphical engine with 2D sprites for enemies. The game play once again consists entirely of...

Driver

Driver

Windows - October 11, 1999

In Driver, you are the wheelman in a series of Hollywood-style car-chases. A great getaway driver is only as good as his equipment, which is why Driver has a selection of performance-packed muscle cars, complete with realistic handling, damage modeling, and real-world physics reactions. Driver also comes fully equipped with a replay/director mode that gives you all the necessary tools to "film" their own car chase and multiple views that allow you to look around when you're driving. Put the pedal to the metal and be the best driver around.

Driver: You Are the Wheelman

Driver: You Are the Wheelman

Sony Playstation - Released - July 8, 1999

As Tanner, you're going undercover to be the wheelman for a crime syndicate in order to break open a big case. On the way, you'll eliminate competition, drive getaway cars, scare some people silly, evade plenty of police, dodge bad guys, smash through a few windows, save your love interest, and much more through four cities (Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York). Perform authentic manuevers like donuts, 180 spin, 360 spin, reverse 180 spin, and more as you cut through alley ways, across sidewalks and parks, smash park benches and and drive over traffic cones. Many different cars...

Duke Nukem

Duke Nukem

Nintendo Game Boy Color - September 10, 1999

The Game Boy Color version of Duke Nukem II was entitled Duke Nukem. It was released on September 10, 1999 in North America. Several of the enemies and backgrounds closely resemble those of the earlier DOS version of the game. However, the story, levels, graphics, music, enemies and bosses are brand new. Furthermore Duke has the ability to hang onto the edge of platforms in the Game Boy Color game. The game features 21 levels of play and eight save game slots.

Duke Nukem 3D

Duke Nukem 3D

MS-DOS - Released - January 29, 1996

Aliens have landed in futuristic Los Angeles and it's up to the Duke to bring the pain and show them the door. After the initial entries of side-scrolling platform games, Duke Nukem 3D introduces a first-person perspective to the series and turns the game into a full-fledged shooter with 2.5D graphics. Duke's arsenal includes pistols, pipe bombs, laser trip mines, Nordenfelt guns, a chain gun and various rocket launchers, but also his mighty foot to kick enemies. The game sports a high level of interactivity. Many objects in the environment can be broken or interacted with, such as pool...

Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition

Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition

Windows - 1996

The Atomic Edition of Duke Nukem 3D contains the three original episodes of the main game, the Plutonium Pak expansion, and many additional features like Windows themes, screensavers, jigsaw puzzles and an image carousel.

Duke Nukem 64

Duke Nukem 64

Nintendo 64 - Released - November 14, 1997

Duke Nukem's coming to get some! Prepare yourself to become the biggest, baddest, alien basher in the known universe - Duke Nukem; as you blast your way through the streets of LA out to an orbiting station, and onto the moon itself. Bag some aliens with over a dozen hi-tech weapons. 32 levels of non-stop carnage. Run, jump, crawl, swim, and jetpack your way through danger. Big weapons and bigger bosses for a fun-filled fragfest! Four-player, split-screen Dukematch action.

Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes

Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes

Sony Playstation - Released - September 19, 2000

In the distant future, vicious aliens rule the Earth. Only bodacious babes survive, enslaved by the hostile alien overlords. The women and the world need a hero. And there's only one man big enough for the job! With a new arsenal of destructive weapons and a legion of sinister new enemies, Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes (formerly Planet of the Babes) is heart-pounding Duke action at its most savage. Features 23 levels including 16 singleplayer levels, 4 challenging training areas, and 6 multiplayer levels; A.I. assisted Babes that fight alongside Duke; High-tech inventory items - X-Ray...

Duke Nukem: Time to Kill

Duke Nukem: Time to Kill

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1998

The game begins not a long time after Duke Nukem 3D. Duke is relaxing in Bootylicious with a few beers and some babes when suddenly Pig Cops start thrashing the place and turn his 1968 custom hog into a chopper bike. Duke trashes all the Pig Cops and then finds out that the aliens are trying to get to the past in order to take over the world before Duke was there to stop them. The game has 28 levels in total, varying from L.A. in the present time, to the Ancient west, and the Colloseum. The game has a 2-player mode so that 2 people can wreak havoc at each other. The game has many kinds of...

Duke Nukem: Total Meltdown

Duke Nukem: Total Meltdown

Sony Playstation - Released - December 2, 1997

Aliens have landed in futuristic Los Angeles and it's up to the Duke to bring the pain and show them the door. After the initial entries of side-scrolling platform games, Duke Nukem 3D introduces a first-person perspective to the series and turns the game into a full-fledged shooter with 2.5D graphics. Duke's arsenal includes pistols, pipe bombs, laser trip mines, Nordenfelt guns, a chain gun and various rocket launchers, but also his mighty foot to kick enemies. The game sports a high level of interactivity. Many objects in the environment can be broken or interacted with, such as pool...

Duke Nukem: Zero Hour

Duke Nukem: Zero Hour

Nintendo 64 - Released - September 1, 1999

He's all that stands between us and a Time-Spanning Alien invasion. He's Duke Nukem. Gaming's Greatest Action Hero. And this is his finest hour! Zero Hour! Awesome new enemies! Hilarious gags and one-liners! Same blood and guts attitude! Over 30 gut-wrenching levels set in four action-packed time eras! Incredible Teamplay and Deathmatch modes for up to 4 players! Over 20 all-new weapons of high-octane annihilation.

Hexen: Beyond Heretic

Hexen: Beyond Heretic

Sega Saturn - Released - April 30, 1997

While you were battling the evil forces of D'Sparil, the other Serpent Riders were busy sowing the seeds of destruction in other dimensions. One such dimension is the decaying world where Hexen takes place. A world littered with the mangled corpses of nonbelievers. Only three humans - a warrior, a mage and a cleric - have escaped the leader's vicious spell. Now these three brave souls have sworn to crush the evil regime that threatens to destroy the world forever.

Hexen: Beyond Heretic

Hexen: Beyond Heretic

Sony Playstation - Released - June 30, 1997

Hexen is the sequel to Heretic. While the Heretic was destroying D'Sparil, the other two Serpent Riders have come to your dimension and slaughtered everyone. Or so they thought. Three humans have managed to escape with their lives and now seek vengeance against the Serpent Rider Korax who remains in their world. Like Heretic, Hexen is a fantasy game based on an enhanced DOOM engine. All of Heretic's innovations like vertical looking, flying, and the inventory system have been carried over. The new major changes this time around are three characters for the player to choose from and the...

Imperium Galactica II: Alliances

Imperium Galactica II: Alliances

Windows - Released - December 1, 1999

Starting on an untouched planet you have to expand your empire throughout the whole universe. Colonise more planets, fight against other races, research new technologies, and many other things more. You also can be diplomatic and cooperate with some species. Graphic effects include independent weather effects and lens flares on every planet, and explosions when it comes to space or ground fights.

Invasion from Beyond

Invasion from Beyond

Sony Playstation - Released - November 30, 1998

The story for Invasion From Beyond is based on the golden age of B-Movie science fiction thrillers, and goes like this: farm workers have been abducted and crop circles were discovered in farmlands outside Washington, D.C.. The locals' insults towards superstitious fears ("Slap an Alien") were a welcome party for the Martians ready to strike. You are a fully qualified Earthlink and must pilot your ship to stop the alien invasion by manipulating the ground-based firepower of Earthlink Command and prevent the aliens from taking over our beloved planet Earth. The game features more than 30...

Lode Runner 2

Lode Runner 2

Windows - Released - September 30, 1998

Another arcade classic finds a new form in 3D! And this time it's Lode Runner... Lode Runner 2 is the sequel to the remake of Doug Smith's timeless classic. The game features 5 unique worlds where in each level you will try to collect all the gold without dying. Run, dig, climb, scale, fall, drob bombs and collect stuff! Like in Jazz Jackrabbit 2, this sequel has also added a companion (Jane) to its main character (Jake Peril). They are identical in their capabilities --no special moves. Choose one of them and get into Lode Runner's new dimension!

Mike Piazza's Strike Zone

Mike Piazza's Strike Zone

Nintendo 64 - Released - June 16, 1998

DIG IN! Over 700 players! All the stadiums! All the teams and uniforms! All in 3D! Unique player editor allows you to create the ultimate athlete. All new 1998 rosters including two new expansion teams: Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Devil Rays! Tons of hidden secrets including super-fast pitches, outrageous curve balls, incredible home runs and more! Fantasy Teams: Create your own rotisserie league. Ultra-realistic conditions affect gameplay: Grass and turf. Day and night. Rain or shine.

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Sega Saturn - Released - August 31, 1997

All the characters from the first three Mortal Kombat games return for the ultimate battle. You can play as Kano, Reptile, Mileena, Kung Lao, Shang Tsung, Sindel, Sketor, Stryker, Nightwolf, Sheeva, Kitana, Scorpion, Sonya, Smoke (Cyber Ninja), Rain, Jade, Baraka, Johnny Cage, Ermac, Noob Saibot, Sub-Zero (Unmasked), Sub-Zero (Classic), Jax, Rayden, Cyrax, Liu Kang, Smoke (Human), Kabal, Goro, Kintaro, Motaro, or Shao Kahn. This game is one-on-one martial arts fighting. The player can choose from over thirty different characters, all with their own fighting style and their own special...

Oddworld Adventures

Oddworld Adventures

Nintendo Game Boy - December 1, 1998

You're Abe, the chanting Mudokon - the skinny guy in the loincloth with no weapons. And you have to run a death-defying gauntlet of falling rocks, land mines, rolling stones, and other, even more deadly, perils! As if that weren't enough, you're being chased by a legion of flesh-eating, heavily armed enemies. But when the going gets tough, Abe gets odd. So get going already!

Oddworld Adventures 2

Oddworld Adventures 2

Nintendo Game Boy Color - January 1, 2000

Abe thought he had saved the Mudokons from the evil Glukkons with the destruction of Rupture Farms. However, a new threat has arisen: the Glukkons who run Soul Storm Brewery have created an addictive drink made from Mudokon bones. To get all of the bones they need, Soul Storm has an army of Mudokon slaves excavating the Mudokon City of Death; when one of the slaves is worked to death, he becomes part of the product. The only person who can put a stop to this is Abe. You will guide Abe as he travels through the brewery and tries to destroy the boilers. Along the way, he must also try to save...

Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus

Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus

Sony Playstation - Released - October 31, 1998

Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus is a 2D platform game very similar to its predecessor both visually and gameplay-wise. Like in the previous game, Abe has to outsmart his foes and avoid obstacles rather than confront them directly. The game is larger than its predecessor and is more oriented towards puzzle-solving, featuring more complex interaction with the Mudokons, who can now be angry, wired, depressed, sick, or blind. The first three problematic conditions can be removed with the appropriate "Gamespeak" command; sick Mudokons must be cured with a special item, while blind ones will follow Abe's...

Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus

Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus

Windows - Released - November 17, 1998

Abe’s peaceful retirement was shattered when visited by a vision from the Three Weirdos. Abe learned the Magog Cartel was mining Necrum, the sacred Mudokon city of the dead, to collect bones to make super-addictive SoulStorm Brew.

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee

Windows - Released - September 19, 1997

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee is a multi-award–winning platform video game developed by Oddworld Inhabitants and published by GT Interactive. It was released in 1997 for the PlayStation video game console, DOS and Microsoft Windows in North America, Australia and Europe. The game was released under the title Abe a GoGo in Japan for the PlayStation by publisher SoftBank, with a PC version following in 2001. Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee was the first game in the planned five-part Oddworld Quintology, which includes Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus and Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. The game centers on the titular Abe,...

Powerslide

Powerslide

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Unreleased

Powerslide is a previously unreleased game for the 3DO system featuring cutting edge physics and drifting effects not seen in its time on any console during the 3DO era. Although this game is not entirely complete, it will keep fans entertained for hours and offers a variety of drivers and tracks for you to choose from. See how fast you can go without losing control, or keep her steady and navigate through the many obstacles and challenges waiting for you on each of the various tracks. The game itself is similar in style to the classic "Off Road" racing games and features numerous themed...

Quake

Quake

Windows - June 22, 1996

In the single-player game, the player takes the role of the protagonist known as Ranger who was sent into a portal in order to stop an enemy code-named "Quake". The government had been experimenting with teleportation technology and developed a working prototype called a "Slipgate"; the mysterious Quake compromised the Slipgate by connecting it with its own teleportation system, using it to send death squads to the "Human" dimension in order to test the martial capabilities of humanity. The sole surviving protagonist in "Operation Counterstrike" is Ranger, who must advance, starting each of...

Quake

Quake

MS-DOS - Released - June 22, 1996

From the creators of DOOM and DOOM II comes the most intense, technologically advanced 3-D experience ever captured on CD-ROM. Features free fluid motion, ambient sound and lighting, and unmatched multi-player capabilities (play with up to 15 others via internet, modem, LAN or serial connection). Rage through 32 single player levels and 6 deathmatch levels of sheer terror and fully immersive sound and lighting. Arm yourself against the cannibalistic Ogre, fiendish Vore and indestructible Shambler using lethal nails, fierce Thunderbolts and abominable Rocket and Grenade Launchers.

Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012

Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012

Sony Playstation - Released - September 30, 1998

In a world destroyed by pollution, nuclear war and poverty, vacationers have become hot property. They feel the need to escape from their everyday existence and go on vacations! Big Daddy is the vacation king at the moment, and he's provided some really fabulous getaways for these people. But who's going to get paid for taking the vacationers to luxurious landmarks and resorts? Well, you are! The "not-right" folks at Singletrac are at it again with Rogue Trip: Vacation 2012, the "spiritual successor" to Twisted Metal 2. In it, you chose one of 16 wacky, down-right sick "automercenaries" and...

Sensible Soccer

Sensible Soccer

Sony Playstation - Released - January 8, 1999

Sensible Soccer is about to take you through the ultimate gameplay experience. New features include: World tournament and all European competitions with all the major International and European teams! New revolutionary in-game camera angles! Coach and tactics facilities that cater for individual player instruction!

Streak: Hoverboard Racing

Streak: Hoverboard Racing

Sony Playstation - Released - November 18, 1998

Command your anti-gravity hoverboards with reckless abandon in Streak: Hoverboard Racing from SingleTrac. Race through a dozen levels the likes of Barnum's Alley Agua Escondido and Windway Park pulling off outrageous ticks and stunts in zero-G madness. Featuring a training mode to get everyone up to speed and and a host of beat thumping tunes to ride out the air current with. Pick form a variety of course and a smattering of scoring methods including timed, timed stunts and stunt goals. Go head-to-head or against the computer with dual shock compatibility so you can experience every bump...

TigerShark

TigerShark

Sony Playstation - March 31, 1997

The year is 2060 A.D. and the Red Menace has resurfaced and declared war on the entire world. The seas and skies are filled to the brim with enemy submarines, hostile aircraft, powerful battle cruisers, blood, oil, and wreckage. You command TigerShark, a fully-loaded subfoil prototype, capable of massive destruction. Your ship is constantly barraged with enemy firepower as you lay waste to (almost) anything that moves. From time to time ally submarines appear on screen and you must lead them to safety miles below the surface. TigerShark features two simultaneous 3D worlds (above and below the...

Total Annihilation

Total Annihilation

Windows - September 30, 1997

What began as a conflict over the transfer of consciousness from flesh to machine has escalated into a war that has decimated a million worlds. The Core and the Arm have all but exhausted the resources of the entire galaxy in their struggle for domination. Chose your side, build an army and crush you enemies on huge, three-dimensional battlefields. And remember, there is no such thing as "too many guns"!

The Ultimate DOOM

The Ultimate DOOM

MS-DOS - Released - 1995

The Ultimate Doom is an expanded version of Doom released in 1995, that adds a fourth nine-level episode to the game, called Thy Flesh Consumed. As demons further invade the planet, the brave space marine continues his fight with the monstrous horde to send them back to Hell!

Unreal

Unreal

Windows - May 22, 1998

Unreal is a futuristic shooter which was developed by Epic Games and released in 1998. The player takes on the part of Prisoner 849, an otherwise anonymous person aboard the prison spacecraft Vortex Rikers. The ship was under way to a prison moon, but was pulled to an uncharted planet before reaching its destination. The ship crash-lands on the lip of a canyon on the planet Na Pali, home of the Nali, a primitive tribal race of four-armed humanoids. The Nali and their planet have been subjugated by the Skaarj, a race of brutish yet technologically advanced reptilian humanoids. Skaarj troops...

Unreal Tournament

Unreal Tournament

Windows - November 30, 1999

UT was designed as an arena FPS, with head-to-head multiplayer deathmatches being the primary focus of the game. The game's single-player campaign is essentially a series of arena matches played with bots. For team matches, bots are again used to fill the roles of the player's teammates. Even on dedicated multiplayer servers, bots are sometimes used to pad out teams that are short on players.

The Wheel of Time

The Wheel of Time

Windows - Released - 1999

For thousands of years the Dark One has been trapped, but now the four seals keeping him imprisoned have been lost. Four organization of opposing beliefs and principles were searching for these seals. The Aes Sedai sisterhood managed to recover three, but one of them was stolen, allegedly by members of a sect within their organization that worshipped the Dark One. Elayna Sedai, Keeper of the Chronicles of the White Tower, has been promoted to the leader of Aes Sedai, and must retrieve the lost seal at all costs. The Wheel of Time is a fantasy-themed 3D shooter based on the novel series of...

XS

XS

MS-DOS - Released - 1997

In the far future, gladiator-style blood sports were revived. The hero of the game gets informed of them through an associate, whom he believes to be dead. In order to get to the bottom of the mystery, he has to become a player in those cruel battles, where only the most ruthless survive. Everyone fights to death, because the loser's fate is worse than just death - the meat of defeated contestants is used in fast-food burgers... XS is a first-person shooter that consists entirely of these gladiatorial arena battles, in a certain way simulating deathmatch competitions in a single-player...

Z

Z

Sega Saturn - January 1, 1998

Released in Europe in 1998. Z is a real-time strategy game in which you fight for control of the sectors, some of which contains manufactories that can gain you additional units. Touch the "flag" in the sector and it's yours. Capture the sector before the new unit comes out of the manufactory and the new unit is yours. With six different robots (different armaments, armor, and speed), multiple vehicles (from jeeps to tanks) the robots can utilize, your ultimate objective is to destroy the opponent's base, and prevent him from doing the same to you.

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