Disclaimer: The images on this page are from the "Electronics Boutique 1996 Spring CD". This was a promotional CD catalog given out at Electronics Boutique & Waldensoftware stores in early 1996. The images are only 256 color because that was the depth of the source files (keep in mind this was 1996).
Sony PlayStation (Page 2)
With some exceptions, this page contains the b-team of Sony PlayStation 1st generation titles.
Philsoma, b-team shooter.
NBA in the Zone, slightly better than TV Sports Basketball.
Goal Storm, if there was a TV Sports Soccer this might be better than it.
College Slam, NBA Jam without anyone you've heard of.
D was an interesting game, I have it for the Saturn.
Alien Trilogy, about as good as Alien 3.
Rise of the Robots 2, a bad sequel to a miserable game.
Return Fire, a fairly average game.
I have never heard of the In the Hunt, I'm not even sure it was actually released in the United States.
The original Resident Evil didn't receive a ton of coverage or promotion but word of mouth spread quickly.
Darkstalkers was good fighter, but was overshadowed by...
...Street Fighter Alpha showing Capcom's inability to count to 3.
The PlayStation version of Doom was the best console port, even included some new levels and stuff.
Are there any good Top Gun games?
The nausea-inducing Descent.
The original Cyberia was another average title.
VR Soccer, even worse than Goal Storm.
William's Arcade's Greatest Hits was the first where the games actually looked 100% like the original. This was probably the first collection to use an emulator I suppose. About 800,000 different collections like this have since been produced.
I guess I never thought about it before but in Panzer General you play as a Nazi commander. WTF is this, Mel Gibson's dream game?
CyberSpeed obviously wasn't out yet since the box doesn't look like a PlayStation one.