The Legend of Dragoon

Before there was “Ico” or “Shadow of the Colossus”, SCE Japan Studio had its sight set on making a role-playing game that would become a “Final Fantasy Killer”. In 1999, SCE Japan Studio and Sony Computer Entertainment released “The Legend of Dragoon” for the PlayStation. The fantasy adventure would see some success in Japan, butContinue reading “The Legend of Dragoon”

Medal of Honor Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! What’s the first World War II game that you played as a kid? If you grew up in the late 90s as I did, it might be Medal of Honor. Developed by DreamWorks Interactive and published by Electronic Arts, Medal of Honor was released in 1999 for the PlayStation. DoesContinue reading “Medal of Honor Review”

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Video games based on movies rarely work, so how about making a video game based on one of the most commercially successful movie franchises of all time? In 1999, Big Ape Productions and LucasArts teamed up to release Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace for the original PlayStation. IsContinue reading “Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Review”

Fighting Force 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Two years after the release of the multiplayer beat ’em up Fighting Force, Core Design and Eidos Interactive produced Fighting Force 2 in 1999 for the PlayStation and Sega Dreamcast. The sequel dropped the multiplayer but continued the emphasis on the destructible environment and weapons to bash the brains ofContinue reading “Fighting Force 2 Review”

Syphon Filter 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The original Syphon Filter hit the shelves in 1999 for the original PlayStation to commercial success. Featuring a mix of stealth elements and action, Gabe Logan trotted the world trying to save it from the virus known as Syphon Filter. In 2000, Eidetic and 989 Studios were at it againContinue reading “Syphon Filter 2 Review”

Dead or Alive Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Fighting franchises were popping up in the 90s every year. Some would become mainstream franchises, others not so much. If you think of the franchises you’ll start with Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, perhaps Tekken but the Dead Or Alive franchise has flown under the radar for most of its life.Continue reading “Dead or Alive Review”