Sony PSP - Released - October 26, 2006
ATV Offroad Fury Pro is an offroad racing game which was released alongside with ATV Offroad Fury 4. Besides the expected ATV (all-terrain vehicles) there are also a variety of other vehicles to race with, e.g. trucks or bikes, which is the foundation of the career mode: participating in a string of championships which are divided in vehicle type and difficulty. Upgrades and additional vehicles are purchased with credits which can be earned in a number of ways: besides price money for winning races, credits are also awarded for performing stunts. There are also three sponsors which offer free upgrades and/or credits for fulfilling their demands regarding performance and stunt rating, but they should be hired with caution because a big penalty is assigned for missed goals. The available types of races are Supercross, Rallycross, National, Freestyle, Circuit, Endurcross, Rally and Snowcross. Besides a basic course editor and multiplayer for up to four players (which is also the maximum number of racers in single-player) there are also connectivity features with ATV Offroad Fury 4 which allow to exchange courses/vehicles and access a shared online community.
Sony PSP - Released - April 19, 2005
Blazin' Trails is a take on its console counterparts, with 24 ATVs that can be used during the game as well as the standard game modes: Practice, Lap Attack, Single Race, Championship Mode, Free Riding Mode and a Multiplayer mode where players can face each other head-to-head using Ad Hoc. Players can also tune their ATVs by changing tires and gear ratios as well as customizing them and their rider as well. It also features a trading card system, where players can unlock new ATVs as well as new racing gear that players can trade with each other through Ad Hoc and a Garage Mode where players can keep track of their career stats. With over 34 freestyle tricks that can be performed their are also six different terrains that can be raced on including snow, dirt, ice, mud, water and even the plain ole grassy field.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 22, 1998
This is Bomberman's first appearance on the PlayStation in North America. This version maintains the style of play of the 2D Bomberman games, but has a pseudo-3D look to it. Bomberman World features the one player story mode as found in all Bomberman games, but it most importantly has a five player battle mode. The multiplayer game has twelve different maps, along with three different modes of play.
Sony Playstation - Released - February 2, 1998
George Stobbart is an American tourist spending his autumn vacation in Paris. He barely escapes a bombing of a café and decides to investigate the clues left behind by the killer. This eventually leads him to a mystery dating back to the legend of the Knights Templar. Circle of Blood is the first part in the Broken Sword series. It is a third-person puzzle-solving point-and-click adventure game with 2D cartoon-like graphics. The player moves the character around using the mouse, examines the environment, talks to other people and collects items stored in an inventory. These items need to be used or combined with other items to solve puzzles. George gets help from Nicole Collard, a French journalist. The story is divided into eleven chapters and takes place in locations such as Paris, Ireland, Syria, and others.
Sony Playstation 3 - July 9, 2009
Buzz! Junior: RoboJam takes you into a futuristic world where cheeky robots dodge missiles on a firing range, dance with a giant alien octopus and try to make the grade as crash-test dummies. Up to four players can grab a buzzer and battle it out in Robot Academy - a contest of 25 whole games in which players compete for points in the form of nuts. Collect the most nuts overall and you'll carry off the Robot of the Month award.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 10, 2009
Buzz! Quiz World provides an ultra-realistic quiz show experience, putting you and your friends in the contestants' seats. This PlayStation 3 game allows players to define their Buzz! quiz experiences exactly how they want with several new customization and personalization options. Players can choose to play a short or long game and they can even select the round types and question topics. Buzz! Quiz World for PS3 tests players' trivia talent with over 5,000 new questions, enhanced online multiplayer "Sofa vs. Sofa" action, and exciting new rounds and characters, all in a glitzy new TV-studio setting. Utilizing the fun and easy-to-use Buzz! wireless Buzzers helps players to top off this totally immersive quiz show experience.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 15, 2009
Scare up some mayhem! BUZZ! Junior: Monster Rally lets you choose a monster to explore the dark, spooky Monster Mansion. Now for the PlayStation3 system, BUZZ! Junior: Monster Rally provides 4-way mischievous action and lets players fully customize their Monsters. - Compatible with BUZZ! buzzers or PlayStation3 system controllers - Fun and accessible to all ages! - Play through 5 simple and hiliarious mini-games from the original PS2 game - Up to 4-player monstrous mayhem
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 5, 2007
Directed by David Jaffe, Calling All Cars is a high-octane, fast action game of cops n' robbers. Take on the role of a bounty hunter careening around a stylish cartoon world on the hunt for criminals on the loose. Calling All Cars features four highly detailed 3D levels, multiple weapons and 10 vehicles to choose from. Gamers will attempt to apprehend criminals and toss them back in the slammer before other bounty hunters can steal them and collect the reward money. Experience a combination of demolition derby gameplay, crazy weapon pickups, humor and a healthy throwback to classic arcade games.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 21, 2011
DanceStar Party features modern-day hits including Whip My Hair by Willow, along with 80s classics such as Dancing with Myself by Billy Idol with Generation X. Billy may have been happy to hit the dance floor solo, but great multiplayer modes in DanceStar Party mean you'll never have to boogie alone. Two players can each grab a PlayStation Move motion controller and go head-to-head to score the most points in Battle mode, or team up and groove together in Dance Partners. Choose a song with two artists such as Down by Jay Sean featuring Lil Wayne for double the fun.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 11, 2002
Get ready for an epic adventure of bloodthirsty pirates and buried treasure. Treasure Planet brings Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island not just right up-to-date but into the future--one in which the spaceship Legacy is overrun by mutinous pirates, led by the cyborg John Silver. You'll take on the role of Jim as he solar-surfs and performs action moves with the help of Morph, who can transform into various items. Embark on a voyage through 10 levels, minigames, and boss challenges as you view original artwork, behind-the-scenes game footage, and stored movie clips.
Sony Playstation 3 - December 21, 2010
Build your unique creature in the Monster Lab and go on a monster mash, causing as much damage to the city as possible. • Power your rampaging beast's weapons and abilities by eating the city's inhabitants. • Enjoy bonus missions, multiplayer modes and global leaderboards to maximise your monster madness.
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - February 12, 2013
Bring harmony to a virtual ecosystem in this PS Vita gaming app. - Create a balanced ecosystem by choosing different combinations of species, plants and artefacts. - Acquire, collect and trade new plants and animals with other PS Vita owners. - Collect new creatures using the GPS feature of the PS Vita 3G model and show them off to your friends on Facebook. - Release unwanted creatures into the wild for other players to pick up using "near". - Unlock new content by completing challenges. - Download Ecolibrium for free from PlayStation Store.
Sony Playstation 3 - July 17, 2008
Fancy a challenge of elephantine proportions? In Elefunk you become head of the herd as you guide a family of friendly elephants through a wilderness filled with dangers. Rocky ravines and other natural perils are among the hazards that threaten to polish them off, and the only hope they have of getting from A to B safely is you - and your engineering ingenuity. You'll need to call on all your construction know-how to build bridges and span the chasms that block the path, but make sure you choose the right materials for the job. With limited wood, metal and rope at your disposal and other animals interfering with your efforts, you're only ever a trunk's length from disaster. Plan your work well - or the herd might end up bumped and bruised.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - July 22, 2014
Entwined is a rhythm game, based on the Chinese ancient myth, where two souls are in love but can’t be together. The player guides both souls (a bird and a fish) simultaneously by using left and right analog stick in order to bring them together over the course of nine lifetimes. The souls are rushing through a closed circular tunnel, collecting colored spheres along the way. In some moments of the game lovers closer to each other and transform into a magnificent soaring dragon. At this point the player can move freely in the open space, creating kinetic sculptures, which are bounded by the track left behind in the air.
Sony Playstation Vita - October 23, 2012
Join the party and discover all that PS Vita has to offer. -Enter Frobisher's colourful world and prepare to face one of the weirdest, funniest and most addictive gaming experiences around. -Try out the full range of the PS Vita system's features in a series of fast-paced mini-games. -Poke otters with sticks, deliver puddings, draw on eggs or smile at ladies as you respond to Frobisher's commands. -Pass the PS Vita system around up to seven of your friends for hilarious multiplayer sessions.
Sony PSP - Released - July 6, 2013
Meet Geronimo Stilton, editor of the Rodent’s Gazette, the most important newspaper in New Mouse City. Join Geronimo Stilton on a colourful quest through the Kingdom of Fantasy as he tackles puzzles, brain-teasers and action-packed challenges. Enjoy a fascinating and gripping story based on the hit books that will enthral children and parents alike.
Sony PSP - Released - July 16, 2013
Geronimo Stilton, editor-in-chief of The Rodent’s Gazette, never thought he’d return to the Kingdom of Fantasy. But when the Queen of the Fairies sent him a letter asking for his help, he had the strangest feeling that a brand new adventure was just about to begin. Get ready for a spectacular story you’ll never forget. Find the Map of Paradise and make an amazing journey to the Heart of Happiness. Store items in Geronimo’s backpack to help you solve over 60 puzzles and mini-games. Go deeper into the Kingdom of Fantasy and make a whole host of new friends.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - December 7, 2006
Up to 1000 Puzzles – Download up to 1000 puzzles with various play modes including multiplayer, battle and classic Sudoku. Animated Background and Music – Demonstrating the power of the PS3 system, the animated backgrounds and ambient sounds are generated in real time and react to the player. Multiplayer Mode – Engage in 4-player multiplayer fun.
Sony PSP - Released - July 20, 2010
Gravity Crash combines old school arcade gameplay with next-gen visuals, delivering a simple yet addictive experience. Pilot a spacecraft and tackle a variety of missions, from taking out enemy installations to rescuing stranded astronauts. Each planet is fraught with danger, from narrow, twisting tunnels to deadly creatures. Players can even create their own custom levels to share. You'll need quick wits and a precise, steady hand to survive the action in Gravity Crash.
Sony PSP - Released - March 14, 2005
The first NHL licensed game to be on the PSP, Gretzky NHL not only has all 30 teams along with players and arenas, it also feature its minor league equivalent, AHL (American Hockey League) as well as 400 of its top players and the ability to put them into the major league teams. The game contains the standard game modes, Exhibition, Season mode (with the ability to be team owner), Quick Game, Network Mode (where players can compete head-to-head wireless) and the Gretzky Challenge (where plays as Wayne Gretzky in a series of mini-games throughout his years as a Ranger, Oiler and King, at which winning them would be unlockable for the game).
Sony PSP - Released - July 12, 2010
Groovin' Blocks is a falling block-type puzzle game with gameplay that has been likened to Columns and Lumines. The game sees players having to clear lines of three or more blocks of the same color, and like Columns players can cycle through the falling lines of blocks, with adjacent blocks of the same color also disappearing with the matched lines. In addition, extra points can be scored when players bring their falling blocks down to the downbeats (called "Superbeats") of the game's electronica soundtrack, adding to a score multiplier. By setting high scores, players collect stars to unlock new songs and power-ups. Unlike most puzzle games which are played to infinity, each stage in Groovin' Blocks lasts for the duration of the song if the player has not yet failed the stage by filling their play area with blocks.
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - February 14, 2012
The over-the-top golf franchise is back with a bag full of PlayStation Vita features. Never leave the golf course with non-stop challenges from friends or bitter rivals. Add to that new PlayStation Vita specific functions that enable you to better prepare each shot from tee to green.
Sony Playstation 3 - January 28, 2010
Want to kick back and relax in style? Welcome to Hustle Kings™, the mad cool pool hall where the bold and beautiful meet to do battle on the baize. Settle into the chic surroundings of a flash uptown bar and hone your shot with tons of ultra lifelike game types including eight-ball and killer. Lush, photo-realistic visuals and incredible 3D gameplay ensure that a game of pool in Hustle Kings™ feels just like the real thing – only with extra class. When you’re ready, you can even test your skills against fellow fans and wannabe hustlers in online multiplayer matches.
Sony Playstation - Released - 1997
A sample disc containing playable demos and video previews of upcoming and released Sony PlayStation games from 1997. Playable games include: Bloody Roar, Cool Boarders 2, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, PaRappa the Rapper, Gex: Enter the Gecko, NHL FaceOff 98, and WCW Nitro.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - October 23, 2012
Killzone was released for the PlayStation 2 in 2004. The game is set in an era of space colonization where the Helghast Empire has recovered from its defeat in the First Helghan War and launched a blitzkrieg against the outer Interplanetary Strategic Alliance (ISA) colony planet Vekta. Vekta's orbital Strategic Defense (S.D.) platforms failed during the initial assault, allowing the Helghast to land swarms of soldiers onto the surface and making it all the more difficult for the outnumbered ISA forces. Captain Jan Templar, the main protagonist, and his squad are called back to the base for reassignment, and are promptly sent to find the ISA operative Hakha and the key in his possession. During the course of the game, Templar meets other characters who assist him such as Shadow Marshal Luger (a female special operations assassin), a heavy weapons specialist Sergeant Rico Velasquez (a Helghast-hating soldier with an itchy trigger finger), and Colonel Hakha, a half-Helghast, half-Human spy. Killzone 2 was released for the PlayStation 3 in 2009. Killzone 2 follows the events of Killzone and Killzone: Liberation, and is set entirely on the planet Helghan, the home-world of the Helghast who invaded an Interplanetary Strategic Alliance (ISA) colony. Two years after the Helghast assault on Vekta, the ISA has launched an assault on the enemy's homeworld of Helghan. The ISA goal is to capture the Helghast leader, Scolar Visari and bring the Helghast war machine to a halt. The main protagonists is Sergeant Tomas "Sev" Sevchenko, a battle-hardened veteran of the special forces unit the "Legion" assigned to Alpha team, who go on a mission to take out the Helghast threat. Captain Jan Templar has been promoted to Colonel and is the Fleet Commander of the New Sun, a Cruiser airship set up in the clouds of Helghan over its capital city, Pyrrhus, preparing for a final attack. During the invasion of Helghan, Sev's unit is deployed behind enemy lines to assist the main invasion force. Tasked with securing the enemy capital of Pyrrhus, Helghan's first true city, the team quickly discovers that the Helghast are a more formidable enemy on their home planet. Not only have they adjusted to Helghan's hostile conditions, they have also harnessed the power of the freakish lightning storms that always occur on Helghan which they can now use against the ISA. A cold, barren, unforgiving world, Helghan provides a ready defense with thick, acidic air, dust clouds, and violent surgical lightning storms. Sev discovers his squad is not just fighting enemy forces—their fiercest opponent may be the planet itself. Killzone 3 was released for the PlayStation 3 in 2011 and is the only game in the series to feature a special edition, support the PlayStation Move, and utilize 3D gaming. It immediately follows the events of Killzone 2. Visari, the leader of the Helghast is gone, but the war is far from over. Helghast forces have mounted a devastating counterattack, prompting the ISA (Interplanetary Strategic Alliance) evacuation of planet Helghan. As new Helghast battalions appear, armed with more powerful weapons, ISA forces find themselves outmanned, outgunned and surrounded. Two new antagonists appear, Jorhan Stahl and Admiral Orlock, who both want to become the new Autarch of Helghan. Sev returns as the protagonist with Rico and Narville. Admiral Orlock eventually becomes the new Autarch due to a circumstantial decision by the Helghan High Council. In a final confrontation between Stahl and Orlock, Stahl murders Orlock, however, the planet Helghan and Stahls ship is nuked by Sev and his team. However, it revealed that a ship crash landed on Helghan and is greeted by two Helghan soldiers.
Sony PSP - Released - October 31, 2006
In Killzone: Liberation, two months after the events of "Killzone," (PS2) most of southern Vekta is still under Helghast control. The rules of war have been cast aside with the Helghast General, Metrac, employing brutal measures in order to seize the initiative and strengthen his position further. Returning as Templar, players will be sent on a mission to undertake a covert operation to save hostages captured by Metrac, while ISA troops continue the fight for liberty. Featuring an intelligent third person camera system, Killzone: Liberation allows players a more tactical surveillance viewpoint to view their action and read the enemy's behavior during gameplay. Set in an intense postmodern war reminiscent of the previous PS2 title, Killzone: Liberation features the unique graphical style to showcase pure grit and realism. During gameplay, players will have access to variety of weapons that are unique and innovative, inspired by modern military equipment.
Sony PSP - Released - September 13, 2005
MediEvil: Resurrection is an enhanced and altered version of MediEvil. While the overall storyline remains the same, the design of some characters and locations has been changed to have a slightly more comical edge. A few locations have been removed completely, and the layout of several others has been changed significantly. A few plot-related sections that were not present in the original release appear in this version, e.g. a sub-plot involving the Anubis Stone. Voice acting has been added. Unlike the original, there is no alternate ending in this version: the protagonist reaches the Hall of Heroes even if the player did not manage to collect all the chalices.
Sony PSP - Released - April 12, 2005
One of the first Sony MLB licensed games to be on the PSP, it features all the major league teams at the time as well as the top players for its day with brand new animations designed for the PSP. The game can be considered a slimmed down version of MLB 2006. It has the standard game modes, Quick Game, Season Mode as well as a Multiplayer mode where two players can compete against each other using the Ad Hoc. Some of the new gameplay mechanics for the game areRelease Point Pitching with Confidence meter which would determine the success rate of the pitcher depending on the stats and skill of the player. The more successful pitches made within a certain zone, the easier the pitches become, missing them cause wild pitches or pitch a line drive right to the batter. Another is the Playmaker Fielding Marker, where unlike other games this one used the players stats to determine if regular plays like pop-ups would be considered easy by giving the player ample opportunity by showing the landing location faster and giving it a more wider area. Less skilled players would be given less of a warning and a smaller catching radius, making even the simplest plays more challenging. The Branch Point Technology introduced a seamless flow of transition for the game that allowed the player to plan out the direction of a throw while still in the process of catching it and was also used for baserunning that gave it a smoother feel to running and sliding.
Sony Playstation 3 - March 4, 2008
Already widely considered the most authentic baseball game available, MLB 08 THE SHOW is set to provide fans with the most realistic baseball experience to date with innovations such as a more immersive Road to The Show mode, enabling gamers to play both offense and defense from the created player's perspective. Adding to the online feature set, which includes customizable Online League Play with up to 30 teams, scrolling MLB Score Ticker and more, MLB 08 THE SHOW introduces SCOUT (SportsConnect Online User Tracking), which allows gamers to set and store their game preferences on the MLB server, and enables the system to look for a Quick Match with opponents that fits similar competitive criteria.
Sony Playstation Vita - March 6, 2012
MLB 12 The Show is the latest release in a franchise has been the highest rated sports video game for the past 4 years. The Show enables consumers to immerse themselves in exhilarating baseball moments by delivering true-to-life gameplay, authentic franchise and season modes, and incredible detail not found in any other sports game. MLB 12 The Show builds on what has been delivered in previous franchise releases adding compelling features that bring unparalleled innovation and polish to the sports genre.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 19, 2002
The only baseball game released for the PlayStation in 2002, MLB 2003 continues Sony's seven-year franchise with updated teams, schedules, and rosters to reflect the beginning of the 2002 season. Eight modes of play include Quick Start, Exhibition, All-Star Game, Season, Playoffs, World Series, Spring Training, and Home Run Derby. The Season mode supports one or two players and offers both a Franchise and Manager option to further customize the action. Instead of spanning multiple seasons in length, the Franchise mode in MLB 2003 involves earning points as a weakened club to acquire new, higher quality players. There are no trades in this mode, only additions and cuts. Each win and offensive statistic in the categories of home runs, triples, doubles, and stolen bases earns players points, while losing games deducts points from a player's talent pool. Manager mode has the computer playing the games based on decisions made in starting lineups, pitching, and fielding positions. MLB 2003 also features a number of General Manager options, including trades, signing free agents, the ability to call up seven prospects from the farm system, and monitoring the disabled list. Players can also conduct a 25-round draft with adjustable salary cap limits, create up to 24 athletes, and shuffle the teams around the divisions by rearranging them manually or having them randomly reassigned. The cursor-based batting and pitching interface is identical to previous games in the series, and broadcasters Vin Scully and Dave Campbell once again handle the commentary. Features: Options include adjustable innings, fielding aid, time of day, errors, injuries, and alternate uniforms Seasons can span 14, 29, or a full 162 games Create a prospect and earn status points to make it to the majors in Spring Training mode Each created player has 236 ability points to assign to various categories Track individual stats against the computer or a friend by storing up to eight user records
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - May 6, 2014
MLB 14 The Show is a realistic baseball game that allows players to feel the MLB experience with moments such as when you're called up to the majors, a sacrifice fly to left field, or crushing a walk-off homer to win it all.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - March 13, 2020
MLB® The Show 20 is what baseball dreams are made of. With new ways to play, greater customization, and more exciting new paths to rake in rewards—this is the biggest and best Show ever. Write your own baseball legacy in an expansive RPG experience or build and manage the team of your dreams to face intense online competition. The Show 20 is your ticket to play America’s pastime your way.
Sony Playstation 4 - Released - April 16, 2021
Be a 2-way star. For the first time, take your Ball Player from Road To The Show and use him in other game modes. Now your Ball Player can be a 2-way star. Enjoy Franchise improvements and updates to March To October which empower you to better make decisions on the future of your club. Live content now streamlines programs to provide clearer goals, faster paths to rewards based on how you play, and welcomes a new class of Legends to build your dream squad. New to MLB The Show this year is gameplay styles alongside new gameplay onboarding tutorials to expand gameplay for all playstyles and skill levels. Casual
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - April 7, 2015
Cute on the outside, but dark, twisting, and punishing on the inside! Forgetful Nia leaves behind her monster backpack, V, on her way to the bus stop. In a world afraid of monsters, help V catch up to Nia while avoiding been seen by the humans. Oh, yeah! Watch out for the apocalypse. * Embark on an odyssey to reunite a monster bag and his owner Nia, while accidently starting an apocalypse along the way. * Avoid humans by remaining hidden. You’ll need your best puzzle solving skills, distractions and timing to avoid certain death. * Journey through 18 levels and face off against challenging bosses in a battle of wits and skill.
Sony Playstation 3 - March 6, 2007
Welcome to MotorStorm, the world's most brutal off-road racing event where the goal is to win at all costs. Choose from seven vehicle types, from high-flying dirt bikes to powerful big rigs, and destroy anything that gets in your way in a no-holds barred sprint to the finish. Try and survive. Real-Time Deforming Terrain: The terrain literally gets torn up with each passing vehicle, causing each lap to be different. Advanced particle effects cause debris and muck to "stick" to each vehicle. Vehicular Combat and Damage: Destroy anything that gets in your way. Smash your opponents and view spectacular Hollywood-style crash sequences. Take the Race Online: Intense head-to-head off-road racing. Challenge the competition over voice chat. AI opponents simulate human traits, like showing off, attacking, taunting, and doing whatever it takes to win.
Sony Playstation - Released - September 10, 1998
From the creators of NBA Jam, NFL Blitz provides football fans with a new way to play their favorite sport. Tired of a measly 10 yards needed for a first down? This game requires 30. Think 11 men per side is too many? Try a seven-on-seven match-up. Hate yelling at the stupid referees? They're gone. In fact, such unsportsmanlike acts as late hits and pass interference are actually encouraged in this game -- anything to keep the other team from scoring. Along with the bone-crunching hits comes an accelerated pace as your real NFL players on their 1998 teams turn on their Turbo meters and play with superhuman abilities. There are three different play modes in NFL Blitz. In "Arcade" mode, your objective is to defeat all of the NFL's 30 teams as you take on either the computer or a friend. "Season Play" mode allows you to guide your favorite team through an NFL season on its way to the Super Bowl. Besides the standings, stats are also featured in this mode. Finally, "Tournament Play" mode involves three to eight players in a single elimination tournament to see who is best. Features: Block and run the field alone or challenge friends to a "tackle fest" Use the no referee standard to execute illegal moves and plays Slay the enemies in your way as you complete mandatory puzzles and objectives
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 5, 2001
This year's edition allows you to compete against legendary players including Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull, Phil Esposito, and Marcel Dionne. New Jersey Devils announcers Mike Emrick & Darren Pang call the games. There is an exhibition mode for up to eight players with the Multitap, a season mode for multiple players, playoff mode, tournament mode, a practice option, and shoot-out mode, that helps to sharpen your breakaway and deke moves. Also new this year are the updated rosters of all NHL teams including expansion teams Columbus BlueJackets and Minnesota Wild.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - November 5, 2002
NHL FaceOff 2003 is an ice hockey video game made by SolWorks and published by Sony Computer Entertainment of America, released on the PlayStation 2. It features then-Colorado Avalanche defenceman Rob Blake on its cover. Mike Emrick and Darren Pang return from the game's predecessor, NHL FaceOff 2001, to provide commentary.
Sony PSP - Released - November 1, 2010
No Heroes Allowed! is a Strategy game, developed by Acquire and published by SCEI, which was released in Japan in 2010.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - November 20, 2007
Operation Creature Feature is a game based on a simple mechanic where 3D physics-based creatures (Blurbs) are attracted to the player's motion, and hover around the area of motion as if responding to a magnetic force. The overall game objective is to use this attraction mechanic to safely move all the creatures to an exit point where they go off-screen. Each stage has a 90s time limit. If the time runs out or the player manages to get all the creatures into the exit then the stage will end. Depending on the stage, the player has to get a certain minimum number of creatures into the exit to progress to the next stage. Game will be over if players allow too many creatures to die in the stage.
Sony PSP - Released - July 17, 2007
The rapping pup, PaRappa, dreams of impressing his friend, the beautiful Sunny Funny, and going out on a date with her. But what he lacks is confidence - help PaRappa rap his way through learning Kung Fu, a driving test, cooking and more, all in order to get the girl. And remember - You Gotta Believe! PaRappa the Rapper is a game based on lyrics, music and rhythm. The game itself is very basic - each stage has a 'teacher', that PaRappa must follow. You'll see the teacher say some lyrics, and then PaRappa must copy the teacher by pressing the appropriate buttons to repeat those lyrics back. Rap well, and you'll be able to continue; fudge up the lyrics, and the music will start to distort and the teacher will become displeased. Continue to mess up and you'll fail the stage. Of course, the goal is not to copy the teacher, but instead to outperform them - you can do this by improvising in the song's gaps. Listen to how the song goes, and improvise in time to the music; if you perform well enough, the teacher will step aside, leaving you to freestyle on your own! The PSP version of the game is a remake of the PlayStation original. However, it includes a few upgrades, such as a 16:9 display, sharper graphics, game sharing, multiplayer support of up to four players, and the addition of song remixes, which can be downloaded via the internet onto your Memory Stick Duo.
Sony PSP - Released - March 17, 2010
Save a colorful world in need of a brave hero! Millions of innocent lives are being threatened by giant warships that are targeting defenseless cities and towns. Answer the people's cry for help and control a machine that can cut apart warships into harmless patches. A unique artistic style is combined with friendly game play to create instant excitement! No two levels are alike as you learn new strategies and get help from comrades to overcome different enemies throughout a fun story. Features: • Beat 30 action-packed levels, each with a different war ship, enemies, and obstacles to overcome • Easy controls let you cut ships apart, set bombs, and use special Mojo attacks to defeat the enemy • Uncover the story and get to know your comrades and the innocent cities being threatened by enemies • React quickly and plan ahead to stop enemy repairs and attacks before time runs out • Become the ultimate patchwork hero by mastering unique challenges in Mission Mode
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - December 10, 2009
In PixelJunk Shooter, players pilot a subterranean vehicle to explore the interior of diverse cave-like complexes. The player must affect the surrounding and dynamic terrain to progress. The goal is to safely navigate through each vivid stage and rescue survivors scattered about the cavernous environment. Each stage is in-effect a flow simulation whereby the player attempts to control various types of liquid (water, magma, etc) and solid matter (rock, earth) either by destroying it, manipulating it or moving it. These dynamic fluid effects are at the heart of the games visuals. Strategy is paramount in PixelJunk Shooter. The piloted craft is susceptible to extremes of heat, so the player must be careful about the craft's proximity to magma. If the craft becomes too hot, the player can regain a comfortable temperature by plunging into the nearest water source. Additionally, each stage presents a puzzle scenario for the player to solve in order to safely rescue as many survivors as possible. Both environmental elements and enemies, including Bosses, will attempt to hamper the player's progress.
Sony Playstation 3 - October 25, 2011
PixelJunk SideScroller is a side-scrolling shoot 'em up game developed by Q-Games for the PlayStation 3 as part of the PixelJunk series. It was released on the PlayStation Store on 25 October 2011 in North America and 26 October 2011 in Europe. Visually, it is designed to resemble old vector-based games and is based on the "Road to Dawn" bonus stage in PixelJunk Shooter 2.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - August 9, 2007
Hidden deep within the Hotai forest lives a family of playful and mysteriously colored creatures known as Piyos. Every spring Mother Piyo, "PIYOMAMATM", lays eggs to fill the forest with new colorful Piyos. However, this year, in all of her excitement, she laid too many! In Piyotama, players help her hatch the eggs before they overflow the nest. Simply line up the colorful eggs, chain them together and combo hatch them. Lining up four or more eggs of the same color causes them to hatch. Piyotama is an excitingly addictive action-puzzle game for PS3. Easy to learn and hard to quit, Piyotama delivers fast puzzle gameplay in 1080p. Easy pick up and play – either solo or against a friend. Match 4 or more eggs of the same color to hatch the piyos. Hatch the rare egg to complete each level. Infinite Levels - Enjoy colorful characters, carnival music, and playful scenery in full HD at 1080p. Test your skills in timed play or play timer-free. SIXAXIS Wireless Controller - Nudge controller side to side to fill in gaps, and shake up and down to force matched eggs to warm and hatch instantly. Global Online Ranking - Perch your hatching skills worldwide.
Sony Playstation - Released - November 22, 1998
The Pizza Hut demo disc contains a release of the MediEvil demo. 3.5 million copies of the disc were given out by Pizza Hut to consumers who bought a Stuffed Crust Pizza starting November 22, 1998. Other games include Gran Turismo, Metal Gear Solid, Crash Bandicoot: WARPED, and Tomb Raider III.
Sony Playstation 3 - December 11, 2008
PS Home is a 3D social gaming service for the ever-growing community of PLAYSTATION 3 users. Set in a beautifully rendered High Definition world, you'll be able to create a unique avatar and interact with other PS3 users, sharing game experiences and creating your own personal space. Fitting seamlessly into the PS3 experience, PS Home is unique and only available on PS3 as a free download from PLAYSTATION Store, and can be launched directly from the Home Menu on PS3.
Sony PSP - Released - January 29, 2008
Extreme Justice is the sequel to Pursuit Force and this time the player has to take down five different gangs terrorizing Capital City. Not only gangs are the opponent, there is also the Viper Division, a rival squad of police out to capture them first and put the player out of business. There are 12 vehicle types to use throughout the game such as helicopters, cars, jet skis, trucks, buses, bike and sidecar, and speed boats as well as new vehicles including hovercrafts. There are 30 types of weapons, ranging from handguns clear up to heavy artillery. Another new feature is the "Justice Bar" that helps regain strength and keeps the mission going. The game has 50 criminal cases and four new characters to play as. It also features a multiplayer modes that can support up to four different players (PSP Wi-Fi Ad Hoc).
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - March 13, 2012
Put yourself in the battle with Reality Fighters™! Use the PlayStation®Vita front and back cameras to scan your face or your friends' faces to create your own personalized fighters with unique visual style. Choose from several distinct (and crazy) fighting styles such as Wrestling, Muay Thai and even Ballet. Compliment your characters with over 400 costume pieces and 40 weapon types. Record original battle cries and victory slogans with the PlayStation®Vita microphone. With augmented reality technology, the world is literally your arena as the stages you brawl in are determined by the environment around you.
Sony Playstation 3 - December 10, 2009
In this dual-mission drama where you are the hero, your little sister was kidnapped by the local mafia Boss, while your grandfather has been killed by the same ruffian! But all these years, you were trained by the old man in the ancient art of Kung-Fu, your most lethal weapon.
Sony Playstation - Released - March 6, 1998
SaGa Frontier is a Sony PlayStation role-playing game by Square, released in Japan on July 11, 1997. The game was later published by Sony Computer Entertainment (SCEA) in North America on March 25, 1998. It is the seventh game in the SaGa series and the first to be released on the PlayStation. The game was directed and produced by Akitoshi Kawazu with aid from chief planner Koichi Ishii and musical composer Kenji Ito. When the game was re-issued in Japan in 2000 as part of the Square Millennium Collection, it included a collectible teacup set and a tee-shirt depicting the character Blue. The plot of SaGa Frontier takes place in a science fiction/fantasy universe called the Regions, a group of worlds with varying degrees of culture, unique races, technology, and magic. The game allows the player to follow the exploits of one of seven protagonists, each with his or her own storyline and goal. The game's Free Scenario System offers a large amount of non-linear gameplay, allowing the player to freely travel between many of the Regions, interact with other characters, and take part in turn-based combat. The basic concept of SaGa Frontier is based on its Free Scenario System, in which one can play as any of seven different protagonists, all of whom exist in the same setting: a solar system known as The Regions, a group of planets, each with its own culture, game-level of technology, and form of magic. STORY: The player can choose any one of seven main characters to play as, each with their own storyline. - Asellus, formerly a human girl, was run over by a carriage and given a blood transfusion by the Mystic Lord Orlouge. Chosen as the Charm Lord's heir, she is despised by human and mystic alike due to her status as the only half-Mystic in existence. She escapes Orlouge's castle with the help of the Princess White Rose. Asellus and White Rose remain on the run from Orlouge's many servants, but after White Rose sacrifices herself to save Asellus's life and freedom, Asellus decides to return and defeat Orlouge, to end the struggle once and for all. Depending on the actions the player does, there are three endings, in which she end live on as a human, half Mystic, or complete Mystic. - Blue is a young mage fresh out of magic school. His quest is to collect the "Gift" for as many magics as possible. After that he is destined to fight his twin Rouge who has gained the opposite magics. Whichever brother survives obtains the other's magic and receives the sacred "Life" magic. It is revealed they were created artificially to produce the only wizard who could master all magical powers, even the conflicting pairs, and the duel is a mere formality to establish the dominant persona. Afterwards, Blue/Rouge descends into Hell to fight the demons who attacked his home. - Emelia is a blonde ex-con and secret agent formerly working as a model. Her story begins when her fiance Ren was murdered by a mysterious villain known as the "Joker". Wrongfully accused of the crime, she was sentenced to imprisonment in Despair, where she met Annie and Liza. With their help, they complete a competition the warden created to receive a full pardon for their crimes. After their escape, Emelia was recruited by the two to join the secret organization Gradius, which was also hunting for the "Joker". - Lute is a carefree bard whose mother kicked him out of the house until Lute found a decent job. He stumbles face-first into a plot involving Trinity general Mondo and resistance leader Captain Hamilton, and the legacy of Lute's deceased father, who was betrayed and killed by Mondo. - Red is a teenage boy whose family is destroyed by the criminal syndicate called Black X. After being rescued from the same fate by the masked superhero named Alkarl, he is granted the identity of the superhero Alkaiser. After destroying several Black X bases and their main stronghold, Red stands at his father's grave, and Alkarl appears to take Red's powers away, making him a normal man again. It turns out that Alkarl was Red's father's friend, Hawk, and Red will not be able to live a "normal" life for long. - Riki (Known as Coon in the Japanese release) is a Lummox, a fox-like creature, and one of the last remaining inhabitants of the mysterious world, Margmel. Determined to save his homeworld, he seeks the Rings of Margmel. In his search, he starts out in Scrap, where he finds the researcher Mei-ling. Riki's quest takes him around the regions to gather the Rings until he comes face to face with Virgil, a Mystic Lord. Following the battle, Riki returns home to attempt to restore Margmel, but faces Mei-Ling, who is under the control of the Rings. - T260G is an ancient Mec, a model constructed from junk parts, awakened in modern times. Originally part of a combat ship with a mission against RB3[clarification needed], it lost its memory when it crashed into Junk. With help of Leonard, a human who transferred his memories into a Mec, and Gen, a master swordsman, it recovers its memory and finishes the job.
Sony Playstation Vita - Released - October 23, 2012
The new generation of brain training. Experience a brilliant brain workout in 15 unique challenges using the innovative features of PS Vita. Test your analytical skills in Roller Blocks, develop your mathematical prowess in Number Pinch and improve your powers of recollection with Memory Belt. Make new friends and take on the world via Player to Player challenges.
Sony PSP - Released - December 4, 2008
Super Stardust Portable brings the PlayStation Network favorite, Super Stardust HD, to the PSP system. In this classic arcade shooter and cult favorite, the player's mission is simple: destroy everything in sight! Controlling a ship, the player must defeat enemy forces and save his home solar system from total annihilation. Based on Super Stardust HD, the game has been tuned and redesigned to take advantage of the unique power and features of the PSP system. With five highly detailed 3D planets to save, hordes of enemies and asteroids to destroy, and various game play modes, Super Stardust Portable presents super intense action on the PSP system.
Sony PSP - Released - October 18, 2005
The Con is a fighting game featuring 20 different characters as well as the ability to create-a-fighter with the ability to use face-mapping from the players photo collection. The player competes in fights and tournaments to earn money and pay off debts to a lone shark, but not only can the player win fights to earn money, but they can take a dive in a fixed fight while trying not to show to the crowd that it was rigged. Players can also bet against their own matches. Players can also customize their fighters, tweaking their fighting stats with upgrade points acquired through fights, they also can change their appearance with clothing unlocked through the course of the game. There are also fives modes to compete in, Story mode, Survival, Quick Fight, Time Attack mode and a Two-player mode.
Sony Playstation 2 - Released - February 17, 2002
The world's most popular game strikes the pitch with more than 300 teams from throughout the world, including national teams like USA, England, Brazil, France, and Japan and international clubs like Manchester, Leeds, and Liverpool, plus powerhouse clubs from the past. Battle for victory in stadiums filled with passionate fans as they support their team with electrifying chants while waving their club and country flags.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - December 21, 2010
Top Darts features a large selection of traditional darts games as well as an assortment of unique challenges & frantic offline multiplayer games for up to 8 players. Using the accuracy of the PlayStation Move motion controller, aim for the highest score in nine classic dart games including 501, Around the Clock, Soccer & Warfare. Or go for gold in a wide range of fun and diverse challenges based on time limits, target scores, and accuracy. Then take your game to the next level and throw yourself into a league or cup competition to become the ultimate Top Darts champion!
Sony Playstation 3 - Unreleased
Until Dawn is an interactive drama survival horror adventure video game developed by Supermassive Games and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. It was originally scheduled to be released on the PlayStation 3 and feature PlayStation Move support, but in August 2014, the game was reintroduced as a PlayStation 4 exclusive, and was released worldwide in August 2015. Until Dawn was met with a positive critical response upon release, with praise directed at the visuals, 'choice' mechanic, horror elements, music, characters, voice acting, and gameplay design. Most of the criticism the game drew concerned the second half of the story, the camera angles, character movement, and the game's partially linear plot.
Sony Playstation 3 - Released - August 28, 2007
In Warhawk, players experience the thrill of white-knuckle aerial combat with hundreds of enemy fighters, bone-crunching armored assaults and high-intensity infantry combat in a massive, all-out war fought both on the ground and in the skies. During gameplay, players are tasked with protecting their homeland from the invading Chernovan armada. By doing so, players take command of the most advanced war machine in the fleet, the Warhawk, capable of aerobatic dogfights at high speeds or hovering over ground troops providing tactical support.
Sony Playstation - Released - June 6, 2001
Game show fans and trivia buffs get another chance to test their knowledge on a wide variety of subject matters in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: 3rd Edition. As on the popular ABC prime-time game show, the inimitable Regis Philbin takes the role of inquisitor, asking contestants increasingly difficult questions that could eventually lead to the (virtual) million dollar grand prize. Like the preceding Who Wants to Be a Millionaire titles this third edition was developed by Jellyvision, the company known for the successful You Don't Know Jack series of quiz games. Features: More than 600 questions with more downloadable from the Internet Regis Philbin as host Two-player mode offers Fastest Finger competition