Psygnosis Games

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Sega Genesis
You control the fate of Lemmings, cute little creatures who will willingly fall off cliffs or jump into spinning blades – unless you are able to stop them, that is.
Sega Genesis SNES
3-D graphics blast you to infinity and beyond! Ride a rampaging Rex through a sea of hostile toys! Defeat squeeze-toy aliens and avoid the evil CLAW! Ward off mutant toys with karate-chop Buzz! But whatever you do, don't become dog food! Humongous characters and sharper-than-life 3-D. All on an outrageous 32 Megs!
Sega Genesis NES
Bram Stoker's Dracula goes straight for the jugular with spine-chilling action so real you won't believe your eyes. Experience 7 terrifying levels - each divided into day and night - and plunge deep into the ultimate interactive movie, complete with incredible 16-bit graphics and great sound that bring to life the cold, dark dungeons of Castle Dracula, the brutal Transylvanian countryside and eerie 19th century London. During the day you'll search for the weapons while fighting off bloodthirsty bats and poisonous spiders. Then, as the sun sets, the evil Prince of Darkness rises and attacks as a bat, a vicious wolf, even as an old man. But make no mistake... he must be stopped!
Sega Genesis Sega Master System
It is a side-scrolling platformer best known for the use of parallax scrolling along lush graphics and what many consider to be unforgiving gameplay, balancing between the “very challenging” and the “impossible”.

Parasite Eve 2

Parasite Eve II should bring fans of the first flocking back for more, while the more action-intense gameplay wilt entice.

Formula 1 Championship Edition

Psygnosis' Formula 1 established itself as a rock-solid racing game catering to racing sim fans with its no-frills, realistic look and tight, unforgiving gameplay.

Drakan: Order of the Flame

Rynn is a protagonist of the Croft-ian variety (meaning female, well-endowed, and scantily-clad), whose brother is kidnapped by a vicious horde of orcs and wartoks.

G-Police

You're a member of the G Police. As an elite undercover agent, you sink into the midst of the criminal underground undetected.

Allied General

Strategy game fans will surely remember countless hours spent hacking away at Panzer General.

Wipeout

WipeOut XL for the PlayStation seems to be a close re-creation of the original with new and updated tracks.

Overboard

Overboard is a pirate- and maritime-themed arcade title that combines a free-roaming top-down perspective where the player is expected to use sea-based strategy.

Destruction Derby 2

The follow-up to one of the most intense racing games of 1995, Psygnosis' Destruction Derby 2 is smoking the tires once again and is taking to the track with speed.

Formula 1 98

How successful was it? More than 2,000,000 copies have been sold, and it was the first game developed in the West to reach number one in Japan.

Formula 1-97

Psygnosis prepares racers to enjoy the thrill of F-1 racing with Formula 1 '97.

Rollcage

If the world isn't smoldering from Y2K riots we'll have Rollcage Extreme to look forward to in the spring of 2000 release.

The City of Lost Children

Based on the film with the same name, City of Lost Children for the Sony PlayStation is an adventure title bound to give gamers a surreal experience.

Rascal

Psygnosis' most secret title so far is RASCAL, another free-roaming, realtime 3-D platform adventure in the Mario mold.

Roscoe McQueen

The jewel case claims, "WHERE THERE'S SMOKE, THERE'S ROSCOE MCQUEEN, A ONE-MAN FIRE-FIGHTING MACHINE." How many firefighting games are there?

Shipwreckers

Shipwreckers also has an entertaining Multiplayer Mode.

Discworld 2

DiscWorld 2 will first appear on the PC, but also on the PlayStation.

Lomax

Finally, Psygnosis has come to the rescue with Lomax. Originally titled Lomax in Lemmingland, the characters in the game are all lemmings in one form or another.

Lemmings & Oh No! More Lemmings

This is a re-release of two puzzle games originally released in the '80s.

Sentinel Returns

The object of this game is to create levels and robots that will hopefully elevate you higher than the Sentinel.

Sentient

Psygnosis has a new adventure for both the PC CD-ROM and the PlayStation called Sentient.

Colony Wars

Colony Wars is a galactic adventure that spans five solar systems.

3 Ninjas Kick Back

You must help an old samurai to retrieve a dagger he once got as an award for his achievements in martial arts.
Sega Genesis SNES

Panzer Elite

Panzer Elite takes World War II tank enthusiasts through North Africa, Sicily, Italy, and Normandy as commander of a German or American tank platoon.

Shadow Master

SHADOW MASTER is a frenzied 3-D arcade shooter with graphics that'll make your jaw hit the deck.

Colony Wars Red Sun

If you've ever wanted to play as a Han Solo-type of character who looks out for no one but himself...

Wipeout XL

WipeOut XL has new tracks and new vehicles. The rollercoaster style tracks and finely tuned control mechanisms have proved extremely popular.

No Escape

No Escape is an Action game, developed by Bits Studios and published by Psygnosis, which was released in 1994.
Sega Genesis SNES

Obitus

Obitus is essentially a computer role-playing game (with some arcade-style action as well), which combines several graphics styles and perspectives.
SNES

Wipeout 64

The fastest races. The deadliest weapons. The biggest name in anti-gravity racing descends on N64 with incredible new visual power and fully enhanced gameplay glory. With blistering races, challenges, time trials and a multiplay league, Wipeout 64 ..
Nintendo 64

Wipeout 3

Psygnosis hopes to introduce the series to scores of new gamers with the impending release of WipeOut 3.

Discworld

Discworld is a humor-filled adventure game that is designed to challenge you as much as entertain you.

O.D.T.

Unlike your usual action games of this type, O.D.T. is very much a character-based adventure.
Nintendo 64

Chronicles of The Sword

Psygnosis has an action/RPG in the works that looks awesome.

Shadow of the Beast 2

It is a side-scrolling platformer best known for the use of parallax scrolling along lush graphics and what many consider to be unforgiving gameplay, balancing between the “very challenging” and the “impossible”.
Sega Genesis

Roll Away

You're a beach ball cruising through the mazes trying to pick up fruit for the bonus level, bouncing over deadly spikes and running across very hot blocks.

Rollcage Extreme

RollCage has certainly held my attention longer than S.C.A.R.S did.

Codename Tenka

Wolfenstein 3D started a trend-a trend so big that it is still going strong today.