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  4. <path>./Armored Core (USA) (v1.1)/Armored Core (USA) (v1.1).cue</path>
  5. <name>Armored Core</name>
  6. <desc>You play the role of a Raven mercenary, piloting a powerful Mech called "Armored Core". You only work for profit, as the money you make goes towards upgrades and repaires to your mech.
  8. Multi-national companies are lined up at your door, paying you to complete certain objectives, which mainly include the destruction of a certain target or another mech. The more you complete, the better the pay and job offers, therefore allowing you to build the ultimate Armored Core.
  10. Apart from the single player campaign, you can take on a friend in a multiplayer battle. You each control a mech, and battle it out in a large war area (ranging from huge cities to desert planes).</desc>
  11. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Armored Core (USA) (v1.1)-image.png</image>
  12. <rating>0.8</rating>
  13. <releasedate>19971031T000000</releasedate>
  14. <developer>From Software</developer>
  15. <publisher>Sony</publisher>
  16. <genre>Action</genre>
  17. <players>1-2</players>
  18. </game>
  19. <game>
  20. <path>./Breath of Fire III (USA) (v1.1)/Breath of Fire III (USA) (v1.1).cue</path>
  21. <name>Breath of Fire III</name>
  22. <desc>Capcom's third installment of its epic RPG. Breath of Fire III is the first installment of the Breath of Fire Series to appear on the Playstation (And later ported to the PSP).
  24. Set free by the the workers of Dauna Mine, Ryu of the Brood learns to both understand his power, and to understand the history of his extinct kind. By both utilizing Ryu's unique power and the abilities of those whom assist him, players will uncover the history of the Brood, learn more about the characters, and the very reason why the Brood were wiped out.
  26. Players control Ryu and his allies on their journey, each of Ryu's friends have abilities only they can use, and they will have to work together to make their way through the obstacles and enemies that they encounter; creativity is key to your success in this game!
  28. Ryu eventually is able to utilize his power of the Brood, allowing him to ascend into various dragon-like forms. This is done using a gene-splicing system that dictates what sort of form Ryu will take.
  30. Breath of Fire III also includes a Master System, which permits Ryu and his allies to learn from various people to augment their abilities differently as they gain experience; these trainers can also teach abilities to those whom train hard under them.</desc>
  31. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Breath of Fire III (USA) (v1.1)-image.png</image>
  32. <rating>0.8</rating>
  33. <releasedate>19980430T000000</releasedate>
  34. <developer>Capcom</developer>
  35. <publisher>Infogrames</publisher>
  36. <genre>Role playing games</genre>
  37. </game>
  38. <game>
  39. <path>./Breath of Fire IV (USA)/Breath of Fire IV (USA).cue</path>
  40. <name>Breath of Fire IV</name>
  41. <desc>Nina, the princess of Wyndia, and Cray, chieftain of the cat-like Woren tribe, are searching for Cray's relatives who disappeared under mysterious circumstances during a diplomatic mission. Flying through the sky on their sandflier, Nina and Cray are attacked by a worm shaped dragon. With their vehicle damaged, Nina returns to the city to find parts, bumping into a naked young boy named Ryu along the way, who is unsure of where he is. At the very same time, Nina is again attacked by a dragon. Confused by the strange events taking place, Nina agrees to help the young boy. Meanwhile, the ancient Emperor Fou Lu awakens from his slumber in his tomb. His plan is to return to the world of human, conquer it anew, and impose his iron rule on it...
  43. This fourth installment of the Breath of Fire series is a fairly traditional Japanese-style RPG, with turn-based combat, party management, linear story progression, and other characteristic elements of the genre. As in the previous game, characters become stronger and learn new skills by performing tasks for "masters" living in different towns. Ryu, the main protagonist of the series, has retained the series' trademark gameplay element: the ability to turn into a dragon during combat. Breath of Fire IV is rich in mini-games of various types, including the popular fishing mini-game that was present in previous installments as well.</desc>
  44. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Breath of Fire IV (USA)-image.png</image>
  45. <rating>0.8</rating>
  46. <releasedate>20001128T000000</releasedate>
  47. <developer>Capcom</developer>
  48. <publisher>Capcom</publisher>
  49. <genre>Role playing games</genre>
  50. </game>
  51. <game>
  52. <path>./Bust-A-Move 4 (USA)/Bust-A-Move 4 (USA).cue</path>
  53. <name>Bust-A-Move 4</name>
  54. <desc>Puzzle Bobble 4 (also known as Bust-a-Move 4 in North America and Europe) is the third sequel to the video game Puzzle Bobble and is the final appearance of the series on the Arcade, PlayStation and Dreamcast. The game is also the final title to be recognizably similar in presentation to the original.
  56. Building upon the success of Puzzle Bobble 3, the game adds a pulley system that requires two sets of bubbles, attached to either side of a rope hanging across two pulleys. The game contains a story mode for single player play.</desc>
  57. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Bust-A-Move 4 (USA)-image.png</image>
  58. <rating>0.6</rating>
  59. <releasedate>19981031T000000</releasedate>
  60. <developer>Taito</developer>
  61. <publisher>Acclaim</publisher>
  62. <genre>Puzzle-Game</genre>
  63. <players>1-2</players>
  64. </game>
  65. <game>
  66. <path>./Crash Bandicoot (USA)/Crash Bandicoot (USA).cue</path>
  67. <name>Crash Bandicoot</name>
  68. <desc>Crash Bandicoot, a heroic, agile and mutated marsupial who must save his girlfriend Tawna. The main antagonist is Doctor Neo Cortex, a mad scientist who was often ridiculed by the scientific community for his outlandish (but nearly workable) theories and is now motivated to prove his tormentors wrong by creating a mutated army of beasts to conquer the world. Cortex's henchman is Doctor Nitrus Brio, the insecure creator of the Evolvo-Ray. Crash's love interest is Tawna, a female bandicoot about to undergo experimentation by the Doctors. Helping Crash in his journey is an ancient witch doctor spirit named Aku Aku, who has scattered masks of himself throughout the islands to grant Crash special powers. The boss characters of the game include Papu Papu, the obese and short-tempered chief of the native village; Ripper Roo, a demented kangaroo with razor-sharp toenails; Koala Kong, a muscular but unintelligent koala; and Pinstripe Potoroo, the tommy gun-wielding bodyguard of Doctor Cortex.</desc>
  69. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Crash Bandicoot (USA)-image.png</image>
  70. <rating>0.8</rating>
  71. <releasedate>19960831T000000</releasedate>
  72. <developer>Naughty Dog</developer>
  73. <publisher>Sony</publisher>
  74. <genre>Platform</genre>
  75. </game>
  76. <game>
  77. <path>./Crash Bandicoot - Warped (USA)/Crash Bandicoot - Warped (USA).cue</path>
  78. <name>Crash Bandicoot : Warped</name>
  79. <desc>After defeating Dr. Neo Cortex, Crash and his sister, Coco, take a well-deserved vacation. However, their friend, Aku Aku, has a bad feeling, and as usual, he is right. Aku's evil twin, Uka Uka, was the person behind all of Dr. Cortex's schemes. Now Uka and Cortex have hatched a plot to gain control of the powerful crystals they desire. The have hired Dr. N. Tropy to create a time machine, which will allow Uka and Cortex to go back and take the crystals without interference. Take control of Crash and Coco as they travel through 30 levels across five time periods in an effort to stop Uka and Cortex. Use a motorcycle, plane, bazooka, and a baby T-rex to help Crash survive, or destroy the bad guys by using new moves like the super belly flop or the double jump. Will Crash and Coco be able to save the world? Play CRASH BANDICOOT: Warped and find out.</desc>
  80. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Crash Bandicoot - Warped (USA)-image.png</image>
  81. <rating>0.9</rating>
  82. <releasedate>19981115T000000</releasedate>
  83. <developer>Naughty Dog</developer>
  84. <publisher>Sony</publisher>
  85. <genre>Platform</genre>
  86. </game>
  87. <game>
  88. <path>./Diablo (USA) (En,Fr,De,Sv)/Diablo (USA) (En,Fr,De,Sv).cue</path>
  89. <name>Diablo</name>
  90. <desc>Set in the fictional Kingdom of Khanduras, located in the world of Sanctuary, Diablo has the player take control of a lone hero battling to rid the world of Diablo, the Lord of Terror. Beneath the town of Tristram, the player journeys through sixteen dungeon levels, ultimately entering Hell itself in order to face Diablo.</desc>
  91. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Diablo (USA) (En,Fr,De,Sv)-image.png</image>
  92. <rating>0.65</rating>
  93. <releasedate>19980302T000000</releasedate>
  94. <developer>Blizzard Entertainment</developer>
  95. <publisher>Electronic Arts</publisher>
  96. <genre>Role playing games</genre>
  97. <players>1-2</players>
  98. </game>
  99. <game>
  100. <path>./Grand Theft Auto (USA)/Grand Theft Auto (USA).cue</path>
  101. <name>Grand Theft Auto</name>
  102. <desc>In Grand Theft Auto, you assume the role of a street thug working for an organized syndicate of criminals that specializes in stealing cars. Every time your pager beeps, the boss needs you to steal something for him -- if you don't get to a payphone and answer the message, you'll be in hot water (or is that cold water at the bottom of the East River).
  103. After receiving your mission, you'll have to navigate city streets that are bustling with pedestrians, cops (your worst enemies), and traffic jams. Because you're pressed for time, you can't just walk to your destination on foot -- that would take too long. Instead, you'll have to go car jacking, the art of physically removing people out of their vehicles and stealing it.
  109. This is the premise behind Grand Theft Auto, an overhead action game of thievery. There are four large cities in which you'll have to steal cars, shoot rival gang members, and complete missions for the boss. Each mission requires you to get something from point "A" to point "B". For example, the head honcho wants to pull off a bank heist -- instead of using regular cars, they want you to steal a couple taxicabs for them. This way, the cops won't be able to find them as easily in traffic.</desc>
  110. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Grand Theft Auto (USA)-image.png</image>
  111. <rating>0.7</rating>
  112. <releasedate>19971201T000000</releasedate>
  113. <developer>DMA Design</developer>
  114. <publisher>Take 2 Interactive</publisher>
  115. <genre>Race, Driving</genre>
  116. </game>
  117. <game>
  118. <path>./Grand Theft Auto 2 (USA)/Grand Theft Auto 2 (USA).cue</path>
  119. <name>Grand Theft Auto 2</name>
  120. <desc>The game takes place at an undisclosed time in the near future. Unlike the first game which featured three different cities, Grand Theft Auto 2 only features a single town, but it's divided in three districts which are unlocked one at a time: downtown, residential and industrial. Like in the original the player goes around answering phones to initiate various missions. The game uses an overhead camera in a 3D landscape and allows the player to freely explore the city and steal any vehicle the player sets his or her eyes on. To unlock new districts the player must reach a certain score which is done by committing crimes and finishing missions.
  122. Because the game now features multiple criminal gangs, the player must choose allegiances. Performing missions for one gang, will decrease the player's reputation for another. When the player commits crimes he also becomes wanted by the local police, but as more crimes are committed without shaking the police, they will give way for first SWAT Teams, then Special Agents and finally the army.
  124. New features include the ability to save at the church, when donating enough money, and various side missions, such as becoming a taxi driver to ear money. There are also many new cars with weapons attached such as a firetruck with a flamethrower and a car with machine guns.</desc>
  125. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Grand Theft Auto 2 (USA)-image.png</image>
  126. <rating>0.75</rating>
  127. <releasedate>19991025T000000</releasedate>
  128. <developer>Rockstar North</developer>
  129. <publisher>Rockstar Games</publisher>
  130. <genre>Action</genre>
  131. </game>
  132. <game>
  133. <path>./R-Types (USA)/R-Types (USA).cue</path>
  134. <name>R-Types</name>
  135. <desc>R-Types is a compilation of R-Type and R-Type II ported pixel-for-pixel from the coin-op to the PlayStation.
  136. A couple of handy features have been added to the games that help prevent them from being impossibly difficult. First, your progress through the game is saved at the start of each level, so you don't have to start from scratch every time. Second, you now have unlimited continues.
  137. R-Types also contains a small library section which describes some of the story behind the R-Type universe, and lets you browse some of the in-game graphics. Other bonuses include an FMV intro movie and ending movies.</desc>
  138. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/R-Types (USA)-image.png</image>
  139. <rating>0.6</rating>
  140. <releasedate>19990228T000000</releasedate>
  141. <developer>ASCII Corporation</developer>
  142. <publisher>Irem</publisher>
  143. <genre>Shooter</genre>
  144. <players>1-2</players>
  145. </game>
  146. <game>
  147. <path>./Star Wars - Dark Forces (USA)/Star Wars - Dark Forces (USA).cue</path>
  148. <name>Star Wars : Dark Forces</name>
  149. <desc>Kyle Katarn is a former Imperial officer turned mercenary, now hired by the Rebel Alliance. After having stolen the Death Star plans from a remote facility, he is tasked with investigating the sudden destruction of a hidden Rebel base. This leads him to face off against Imperial General Rom Mohc and the various iterations of his "Dark Troopers" - cybernetic soldiers with the armor and firepower to turn the tide of the war.
  151. Dark Forces is a close prequel to the original Star Wars movie trilogy. The game marks LucasArts' first attempt to enter the first-person shooter market. Instead of licensing the Doom engine, like many competitors, LucasArts created its own internal "Jedi" engine. The Jedi engine contains advanced features over similar tech, including the ability to look up and down, jump, crouch, and limited support (in the build used for Dark Forces) for rooms (sectors) over rooms. 3D models also make occasional appearances inside the game, as turrets or Kyle's ship dropping him off or picking him up from each mission.</desc>
  152. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Star Wars - Dark Forces (USA)-image.png</image>
  153. <rating>0.8</rating>
  154. <releasedate>19961110T000000</releasedate>
  155. <developer>LucasArts</developer>
  156. <publisher>LucasArts</publisher>
  157. <genre>Shooter / 1st person</genre>
  158. </game>
  159. <game>
  160. <path>./Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA)/Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA).cue</path>
  161. <name>Street Fighter Alpha 3</name>
  162. <desc>Street Fighter Alpha 3, the third game in the Alpha series, has a total of 31 fighters, the most in the series so far. New characters include old favorites E. Honda, Blanka, Vega, Cammy, T. Hawk, Dee Jay, Juni and Juli. Some of the newest fighters on the block include a former Final Fight character (Cody, who has been in jail since the last Final Fight game, or so his clothing suggests), Karin Kanzuki and Rainbow Mika.
  164. The major difference between this Alpha and the last two are the new play modes World Tour, Arcade, VS, Training and Entry. </desc>
  165. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Street Fighter Alpha 3 (USA)-image.png</image>
  166. <rating>0.75</rating>
  167. <releasedate>19990430T000000</releasedate>
  168. <developer>Capcom</developer>
  169. <publisher>Capcom</publisher>
  170. <genre>Fight</genre>
  171. <players>1-2</players>
  172. </game>
  173. <game>
  174. <path>./Tekken (USA)/Tekken (USA).cue</path>
  175. <name>Tekken</name>
  176. <desc>Tekken is an arcade fighting game franchise created and developed by Namco. Beginning with the original Tekken arcade game released in 1994, the series has received several sequels, as well as various home conversions and spin-off titles released for consoles. The story in each game in the main series documents the events of the fictional martial arts tournament, The King of Iron Fist Tournament, which is hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu corporation. The prize is typically control of the company, which then allows the winner to host the following tournament.
  177. The arcade versions of the game have traditionally used PlayStation based hardware to run the games, and subsequently each Tekken installment was eventually made for its respective PlayStation.</desc>
  178. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Tekken (USA)-image.png</image>
  179. <rating>0.7</rating>
  180. <releasedate>19951015T000000</releasedate>
  181. <developer>Namco</developer>
  182. <publisher>Namco</publisher>
  183. <genre>Fight</genre>
  184. <players>1-2</players>
  185. </game>
  186. <game>
  187. <path>./Test Drive 6 (USA)/Test Drive 6 (USA).cue</path>
  188. <name>Test Drive 6</name>
  189. <desc>The 6th game in the Test Drive line of games that started in 1987.
  191. 11 NEW tracks in exotic real world locations: London, Paris, Egypt, Hong Kong, Maui, Rome, Ireland, Tahoe, England, and the Caribbean.
  192. NEW environment specific sounds bring each track to life.
  193. Breakable Objects, In-road Obstacles, and Nerve-racking Shortcuts.
  194. NEW "All-Units" AI has the police working together taking you down in force.
  195. NEW economic racing system puts your credits where your mouth is.
  196. Purchase, upgrade, and stockpile cars in your custom garage.
  197. High-Impact collisions.
  198. HUGE jumps.
  199. Unpredictable cross traffic.
  200. Split-screen head-to-head racing (PlayStation and Dreamcast only).</desc>
  201. <image>~/.emulationstation/downloaded_images/psx/Test Drive 6 (USA)-image.png</image>
  202. <rating>0.8</rating>
  203. <releasedate>19991031T000000</releasedate>
  204. <developer>Pitbull Syndicate</developer>
  205. <publisher>Cryo Interactive</publisher>
  206. <genre>Race, Driving</genre>
  207. <players>1-2</players>
  208. </game>
  209. </gameList>
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