Game Description: In a genre that often lacks originality, Ape Escape shines, as it is one of the most innovative games ever to grace the PlayStation console. Ape Escape is an adventure platformer like no other before it. Your goal is to try to capture as many apes as possible throughout the various levels. Offering some of the best controls ever, Ape Escape utilizes every button and stick on the PlayStation controller. However, don’t think you’ll be getting through this game in a breeze, as many of the levels pose a great challenge.
By Dale Weir on July 23, 1999 - 11:00pm.
I agree with Chi about the Miyamoto-esque experience provided by Pokémon. It turns away all conventions of the industry. There are no naked women, no hulking heroes, and no smart-mouthed mascots. You are encouraged to simply play. Have fun and enjoy yourself at your own pace.
By Dale Weir on July 19, 1999 - 11:00pm.
What I think should be stressed are the graphics in this game because they are phenomenal. Boss made a point to mention that they wouldn't be supporting the 4MB Memory Pak. In fact, they said they wouldn't need it. After seeing the game in action, I have to side with Boss; World Driver Championship needs no help in the graphics department.
Game Description: From the minds that brought you TOP GEAR RALLY comes this ultra-detailed, highly addictive combination of simulation and arcade-style racing. In order to master the 33 cars the game offers, you can take part in a Training mode, which allows you to practice cornering, acceleration, and more. The game features 10 tracks, which send you traveling the globe to Hawaii, Black Forest, Las Vegas, Kyoto, New Zealand, Les Gets, Sydney, Zurich, Lisbon, and Rome.
By Chi Kong Lui on July 19, 1999 - 11:00pm.
I wasn't supposed to like World Driver Championship (WDC). Right from the start, the chips were stacked against it. Did the N64 really need another racing game to add to its already extensive library dedicated to the automobile?
By Dale Weir on July 15, 1999 - 11:00pm.
All-Star Baseball `99 won the baseball wars on the Nintendo 64 a year ago and was deservedly proclaimed one of the best baseball games ever made. In fact it was considered to be pretty close to perfect and many wondered how Acclaim would top themselves. Now, a new season is upon us and All-Star Baseball 2000 has arrived, bringing with it high expectations and I can tell you that they have delivered.
Game Description: The smash follow-up to Acclaim’s classic All-Star Baseball ’99, All-Star Baseball 2000 offers the same great gameplay and 30 licensed Major League Baseball teams with rosters from the 1999 season. You can hurl fastballs from the mound and swing for the fences in all 30 major league parks. Michael Kay and John Sterling are in the booth and ready to call the action, whether you’re simulating the 1999 season, or playing with your own custom team.
By Chi Kong Lui on July 15, 1999 - 11:00pm.
You're not gonna get too many arguments from me here. In terms of pure ball-playing experience, no other game captures the look and feel of the game of baseball better than All-Star Baseball 2000 (ASB2000). The developers seem to have taken everything one step further than the competition. Whereas most other baseball games seem to only capture moments of realism, ASB2000 is simply real.
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