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  1. I am looking for any information on a magazine called "the playstation" since i can't find info anywhere i decided to ask here. If anyone has information on this magazine please let me know. :) Image for reference attached!
  2. Areala

    Bug's Life, A

    Ad for Disney's A Bug's Life for PS1.
  3. Little Lovers: She So Game is a board game style spin-off to the Little Lovers franchise where a group of four players compete to win the affection of one of six high school girls over the course of three in-game years. It was developed by OeRSTED and published by NTT for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan on September 2, 1999.
  4. Version 1.0.0


    The Ultimate Guide To Playstation Games
  5. Retromags Presents! The Ultimate Guide To Playstation Games (Gamepro Specials) Winter 1997 Database Entry! Download Directly! Scanned by Phillyman. Edited by Melki
  6. Hey guys! Recently got into emulating PS1 games which has sent me on a massive nostalgia trip. Thought I'd try and seek out my primary source of gaming info at the time (Official UK Playstation Magazine) but have come to find that very few issues that I can recall exist online. A search on this forum lead me to some issues that I've been unable to find, however the links are long dead. You also don't appear to have any archived currently. Was just wondering if anybody could push me in the right direction? I find it very odd that one of the (apparently) best selling game mags of it's time has very little online presence. Makes me cringe that I probably threw them away years ago! Thanks in advance! I'll also make an effort to have a rummage whenever I'm in a charity shop and look into scanning myself... will update on my progress =]
  7. kitsunebi

    Brave Saga 2 (Japan)

    Brave Saga 2 is a tactical RPG for PlayStation develped by Pandora Box and published by Takara exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) May 2, 2000
  8. Wow, that's a hell of a long title. It translates to something like: "Mobile Suit Gundam: Gillen's Ambition - Zeon Pedigree - Strategy Command" As near as I can tell, the super-long title is trying to make up for what it lacks as a game. While there is a quiz game included, the rest of the disc seems to contain bonus content related to the various Gundam strategy titles such as save game data, art galleries, and game cinemas. Released exclusively in Japan on June 29, 2000.
  9. Rittai Ninja Katsugeki Tenchu is an action-adventure game for the PlayStation developed by Acquire Corp and published by Sony. It was released outside of Japan as Tenchu - Stealth Assassins . Released: February 26, 1998
  10. kitsunebi

    Sōkaigi (Japan)

    Action RPG developed by Yuke's and published by Squaresoft for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan Released: May 28, 1998
  11. Groove Jigoku V is a collection of music-based minigames developed by Opus and published by Sony for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) January 8, 1998 Formula 1 '97 is a racing game developed by Bizarre Creations and published by Psygnosis for the PlayStation. Released: (NA) September 30, 1997 (JP) January 15, 1998 Tomb Raider 2 is an action=adventure game developed by Core Design and published by Eidos for the PlayStation. Released: (NA) October 31, 1997 (JP) January 22, 1998 Spectral Tower II is an RPG developed and published by Idea Factory for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) January 29, 1998 Biohazard 2 is a survival horror game developed and published by Capcom for the PlayStation. It was released outside of Japan as Resident Evil 2. Released: (NA) January 21, 1998 (JP) January 29, 1998 Bust a Move is a rhythm/dance game developed by Metro Graphics and published in Japan by Enix for the PlayStation. It was released outside of Japan as Bust a Groove. Released: (JP) January 29, 1998 (NA) October 31, 1998
  12. kitsunebi

    Choro Q3 (Japan)

    Choro Q3 is a racing game developed and published by Takara for the PlayStation exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) February 19, 1998
  13. Author: Mark H. Walker ISBN: 1931199051 $14.95 188 pages

    © 2001, Mars Publishing, Inc.

  14. kitsunebi

    Galerians (Japan)

    Galerians is a survival horror game developed by Polygon Magic and published by ASCII in Japan for the PlayStation. Released: (JP) August 26, 1999 (NA) March 9, 2000
  15. Yoshimoto Muchikko Dai Kessen is a collection of mini-games based on the anime series Yoshimoto Muchcco Monogatari (Yoshimoto Insect Stories). It was developed by Polygon Magic and published by Sony Music Entertainment exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) September 30, 1999
  16. Itsuka Kasanariau Ashita E - Shirou Side Itsuka Kasanariau Ashita E - Sayuri Side Itsuka Kasanariau Ashita E is a visual novel/character sim developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment exclusively in Japan in which the player plays a new cadet training in a space military academy. There are 2 versions of the game, each allowing the player to play the game as a different character.
  17. kitsunebi

    Tenchu (Japan)

    2 games are featured in this ad: Rittai Ninja Katsugeki Tenchu - Shinobi Gaisen Tenchu was re-released in Japan on February 24, 1999 with many updates, including different mission layouts, all the stages seen in the American and European versions (levels 4 and 5 were missing in the original) and four selectable languages: Japanese, English, Italian and French. The main feature of this version was its mission editor. Rittai Ninja Katsugeki Tenchu - Shinobi Hyakusen Tenchu: Shinobi Hyakusen is an expansion pack for Tenchu released on November 11, 1999 for the PlayStation and is based on the levels created by the users of Shinobi Gaisen.
  18. Toshinden Subaru is a fighting game for the PlayStation developed by Tamsoft and published by Takara in Japan. It was released as Toshinden 4 in the UK and Europe. Released: (JP) August 12, 1999 (EU) June 20, 2000
  19. kitsunebi

    Sonata (Japan)

    Sonata is an RPG for the PlayStation developed and published by T&E Soft exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) March 4, 1999
  20. This ad is for strategy guides to the following games: Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2 (Erī no Atorie ~Zāruburugu no Renkinjutsushi 2~), an RPG for the PlayStation developed and published by Gust exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) December 17, 1998 Refrain Love 2 is a dating sim for the Playstation developed and published by Riverhill Soft exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) January 29, 1999
  21. kitsunebi

    Refrain Love 2 (Japan)

    Refrain Love 2 is a dating sim for the Playstation developed and published by Riverhill Soft exclusively in Japan Released: (JP) January 29, 1999
  22. kitsunebi

    Gakuen Sentai Solblast (Japan)

    Gakuen Sentai Solblast is a tactical RPG for the PlayStation developed by Caravan Interactive and published by Creative Heads exclusively in Japan. Released: (JP) February 4, 1999
  23. christian

    Shining Tears (Japan)

    Shining Tears シャイニング・ティアーズ advertising Release date(s) JP: November 3, 2004 NA: March 22, 2005

    © sega

  24. christian

    Battle Arena Toshinden

    advertising Battle Arena Toshinden バトルアリーナ闘神伝 playstation 1 Release date(s) PlayStation JP: January 1, 1995 NA: September 9, 1995 EU: September 29, 1995

    © sony

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