MJR Extras – Pepsiman is a Japanese mascot for the Japanese market and this game only came out there. It’s definitely a budget title, yet over the years has become collectable for PS1 gamers! This was played and captured using the PS1Digital HDMI output and using a PSIO SD card.
With over 7,000 PS1 games released world wide, there are so many great HIDDEN GEMS to be found. Here are 9 more Playstation games for your collection!
Future Cop: LAPD
Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters
T.R.A.G. – Tactical Rescue Assault Group (also called Hard Edge)
Eggs of Steel (also called Hello Charlie!! in Japan)
BRAHMA Force: The Assault on Beltlogger 9
It’s been a while since I did a new PS1 Hidden Gems video. I have 9 more AWESOME PlayStation Games for you to play!
Felony 11-79 (Also called Runabout in other countries)
Thrill Kill (CANCELED)
No One Can Stop Mr. Domino
Motor Toon Grand Prix
Need for Speed: High Stakes
Mega Man X4
Ace Combat 3
Europe Racer (PAL)
Chaos Break (PAL)
Metal Slug X
Dead or Alive
Gunners Heaven (Japan)
Colony Wars Vegeance
In the Hunt
Ridge Racer 4
Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2
Pepsi Man (Japan)
Ars Technica – For today’s episode of War Stories, Ars Technica sat down with Naughty Dog Co-founder Andy Gavin to talk about the hurdles in bringing the original Crash Bandicoot to gamers around the world. When Andy and his partner Jason Rubin made the decision to bring the action platforming genre into three dimensions, it required living up to their company ethos of “leaving no stone unturned” in the search for memory – even if it meant hacking Sony’s library code.
Sometimes videogames kill your character off for real. It’s shocking and horrible and, quite frankly, we never get over it. Here are 7 examples that still mess us up to this day. Can you think of any others?