Universal Interactive Games
In 1973, Enter the Dragon was the first time a major American studio (Warner Bros.) made a big budget martial arts movie.
After defeating Dr. Cortex's last evil plan, Crash, his sister Coco, and friend Aku Aku take some well-deserved time off.
Graphics and audio are so-so, relying a lot on darkness and obscuring weather to heighten the frightening mood of the game.
Disruptor contains some really detailed graphics. It looks like a first-person adventure title where you search through different futuristic areas, solving quests and such.
Copycat games soon flooded the market and before you knew it, you could hardly walk into a videogame store without noticing all the cute mascot games that were out for the N64 and PlayStation.
By just giving a solid performance in the major areas like graphics, control, track complexity and variety, an offroad game would fill the gap of multiple substandard attempts and quickly become a favorite of racing and non-racing fans.
It can scarcely be said that Universal Interactive has not produce many fine titles, fit for the most discerning gamer.