[align=center:xg8ableg]I am really not a fan of the 3D stuff on the PS1, most of it has aged terribly. The is some great 2D stuff though like the first few GTA games and this wonderful Arkanoid clone:[/align:xg8ableg]
There's a lot of good 2D stuff on the PS1, if you know where to look. Maybe not quite as much as the 3D stuff, sure, but there's plenty of variety to be had, either way. If we're picking out stuff that wasn't in that Game Sack video...Guilty Gear
Have you tried the Playstation version of Space Invaders? I think it's pretty damn good with boss battles, lots of new aliens and cool power-ups.
Fixed those links for you again, you keep forgetting to remove the "s" :21:
Wow, Warhawk actually looks like a lot of fun. I haven't actually played that one, so that might be what I go for next. See, if you look at the video, that's exactly what I'm talking about, that strange little period between the 16-bit and 32-bit eras... where you have 3D graphics and more complicated controls, but you still get stuff like the cheesy FMV cutscenes that you'd see all over something like the Sega CD or 3D. Even if it only lasted for a year or two, I love that kind of era. Disruptor's great for that kind of thing, too. Actually, I heard once it was going to be a 3DO game, and it definately has that kind of feel to it.
Man, living in that era where they remade EVERYTHING was kind of awesome, and it's a shame that kind of died by the time the PS2 hit. I remember having Q-Bert and Pong, which were pretty good, and Frogger, which was... kind of frustrating. Yeah, they remade Pong, seriously. Wasn't that bad, as long as you had somebody to play it with.
One of my favourites....known as Kurushi and Kurushi Final in Europe:I.Q opening to 1st stage
I avoided the Playstation when it was new. The price was just to high. Now, wish I had bought one then. Because, I have found it to be a great system with lots of unique titles.