Months after the events of Resident Evil, that damnable T-Virus has made its way into town. Guide two new characters (and two of their friends) out of the ruins of Raccoon City.
An excellent PlayStation Bond game and GoldenEye contender, packaged nicely and wrapped up with TWINE.
We go back to the ’70s (and the future, and then back to the ’70s again) in the greatest named sequel ever. Sadly, though, there are no flying saucers.
There’s a sinister secret up in the ol’ mountain town of Silent Hill, and since you’re stuck there and your daughter’s gone missing, looks like you’re going to have to find it out.
Within a month (depending on where you lived) of the famous Colony Wars releasing, this similar number has you flying the baddest-ass space helicopter there is around a city that’s pure Blade Runner.
The first Twisted Metal offers a pretty solid take on arena car combat. Stronger multiplayer waits for later editions, though.