Sony Playstation - April 21, 1999
Race on 70 real BMX bikes, skateboards and in-line skates. More than 270 burly tricks and combos. Motion capture by X Games phenom Andy Macdonald. Unlock hidden courses, characters, and equipment. 13 racers on 27 insane courses.
Sony Playstation - October 31, 1998
Match the moves shown on-screen in this Simon-like game to dance. Keep up with the continuing commands and your persona will be able to do combos and other fancy moves. Dance different styles as a disco throwback, a breakdancer, a robot, and others, either alone or with a partner. When dancing with a partner, coordination is important so you can gain a clear lead on him. When dancing together each character gets an opportunity for a dance solo. Don't waste it as it's a great time to rack up points.
Sony Playstation - November 1, 1999
Cool Boarders 4 features 16 real-life professional snowboarders ranging from 13 year-old prodigy Shaun White to veterans such as Noah Salasnek and living-legend Jim Rippey. Players also have the ability to custom-create a rider by selecting a body, choosing brand name attire and gear, and customizing any available board to your liking. Players can choose among 34 boards from Burton, Forum, K2, MLY, M3, Salomon, Ride, Morrow and Santa Cruz. There are over 30 new courses spread out over five authentic mountains that are filled with steep cliffs, drops, jumps, rails and various obstacles. Cool...
Sony Playstation - May 7, 2001
MLB 2002 was the fifth entry in Sony's MLB franchise with the standard set-up as the previous versions. A 3-D polygon based look with real-life animations (300 total) and 250 authentic signature moves of top MLB players of the time and authentic MLB teams, logos and stadiums. To provide authenticity, MLB players and officials lent their expertise to the game in order to create a more realistic and life-like appearance and feel to it. The standard game modes apply: Exhibition, Season, Tournament, Home Run Derby, etc., along with a two-player mode where friends can compete head-to-head. There...
Sony Playstation - April 30, 2003
This year's entry in the MLB series adds more authenticity to the baseball experience with new modes, detailed stadiums, and fresh commentary. In MLB 2004, you can build yourself an unbeatable dynasty with Franchise mode, take your favorite team or player through a ten-year Career mode, manage the front office in General Manager mode, or take a rookie from A-Ball to the big leagues in Spring Training mode. Replays, play-by-plays from Vin Scully, and commentary from ESPN's Dave Campbell, enhance the action from Opening Day to the Fall Classic.
Sony Playstation - March 4, 2004
The MLB (Year#) series, is a series of Major League Baseball video games by Sony Computer Entertainment published under their 989 Sports label. The series was originally developed by Sony Interactive Studios America, who later became 989 Studios until eventually merging into Sony Computer Entertainment America. Following the merge the games were released under the 989 Sports brand up until 2006. Following that, MLB games from SCEA were released by SCEA San Diego under the MLB: The Show series.
Sony Playstation - December 22, 1999
NBA ShootOut 2000 will be the basketball game by which all past and future basketball games will be compared to because of its? incredible graphics, undaunted realism and amazingly realistic gameplay. No other game recreates the NBA like NBA ShootOut 2000. All new player graphics recreate each and every NBA player in amazing detail. Every position has been motion captured. Seven NBA players performed 300 new moves and 42 signature dunks. New Touch Shooting? let?s you control the accuracy of your shot. Incredible TV style action cameras put you in the middle of the action like never before....
Sony Playstation - August 31, 1999
NHL FaceOff 2000 is a Sports game, developed by SolWorks and published by 989 Sports, which was released in 1999.
Sony Playstation - December 31, 1998
989 Studios makes the race for the best hockey title a bit more interesting. Like EA Sports, 989 Studios is building on a previous title to make it better. The game features New Jersey Devil announcer, Mike Emrick and ESPN's Darren Pang providing play-by-play; graphic and control upgrade; TV-style gameplay; in-depth stat tracking, season play, exhibition games, and more.