Soul Blade

If the words weapons and fighting sound good together to you, Soul Blade, for the Sony Playstation, may be the game that you are looking for. Soul Blade places you in charge of ten characters. Each character has his or her own weapons and at least two different costumes to wear during a fight.

Disney’s Aladdin in Nasira’s Revenge

One of the most popular Disney characters in recent years, Aladdin, is back on the Playstation in Disney’s Aladdin in Nasira’s Revenge. While Aladdin titles in the past put our young hero in a two-dimensional world, Argonaut Software and Sony have moved the game world into “spiced-up” version of the Croc 2 game engine.

Tony Hawk 1

The Sony Playstation has become one of the greatest game consoles of all time. Sony took the 2D gaming crowd and converted them into a 3D gaming nation. While doing this, a few surprise titles have appeared.

Time Crisis 2

After being disappointed with Silent Scope 1 and 2, I patiently have waited for a gun game to satisfy my shooting urges on the PS2. Since I am not a murdering criminal, I figured it would be best to wait for a realistic and fun shooter to make its way on the PS2 instead of practicing in real life.

Metal Gear Solid

I have never been a huge fan of Konami. During the NES days, I spent very little time on their products. When the SNES was out, even less time was spent on Konami products than from the NES years. All that has changed however. While this era of Playstation has gone on, I have experienced several classic titles from Konami.

Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy 7 is a game that is surrounded by lots of hype. Like most games that are hyped, they never live up to it completely. FF7 is just this and was a game that was a very cool idea but just missed the mark. To begin with, Final Fantasy 7, in my opinion, has the best cinemas seen on a console to date!

Super Mario 64

Talking to gamer about Mario 64 reminds me of speaking to a child about Christmas. Their eyes light up, their palms start to sweat, and they get uncontrollably excited. I am sure by now you’ve seen the reviews, heard all the hype, and played Mario 64 (if not, where have you been?).