This issue was cover-dated March 2000 and cost £2.99.
Contents - 2 pages (5,7)
Welcome - 1 page (8)
Buyers Guide - 22 pages (202-223)
Coming Soon: Release Planner - 2 pages (224-225)
Pro-Celeb Tomb Raiding: Carol Vordeman - 1 page (226)
Back to the Filter: Syphon Filter 2 - 1½ pages (10-11)
The Flashing Blade: Tenchu 2 - ½ page (11)
Jedi Ruckus: Star Wars Episode I: Jedi Power Battles - 1 page (12-13)
Sports Casual: Tiger Woods interview - (13)
Spider Power!: Spider-Man - (15)
Ronaldo Strikes Again: Ronaldo V-Football - 1 page (16-17)
Type-S: Driving Emotion Type-S - (17)
Globe Trotter: TOCA World Touring Cars - 1 page (18)
Game of Death: Sammo Hung interview - 1 page (20)
Porsche it to the limit: Porsche Challenge - (22)
Get Some Disney Magic: Walt Disney World Quest: Magical Racing Tour - (23)
Silicon Sauce: Amore or Less? - Stephen Pierce - 2 pages (24-25)
Sisters are Tae Kwon Doing It for Themselves - David Hodgson - 2 pages (36-37)
Censorship: Cutting Edge - 4 pages (78-81)
Music: Discothequenology - Stephen Pierce - 6 pages (82-87)
- PSW reveals the sexiest of new technology, presented this month by one of the world's most beautiful women: Victoria Silvstedt.
- A very solid, effective and thrilling race title. Anyone prepared to put in the necessary time and effort will find themselves justly rewarded. Most good indeed!
- An unpretentious, uncomplicated arcade-style shoot 'em up that has been competently put together and will provide days of entertainment.
- A dreadful game that looks like it's come out of the PlayStation's earliest days. It isn't worth £10 of anybody's money, let alone £30. Heed our advice and give it a miss.
- There's plenty of OTT fun to be had, but Marvel stretches the Street Fighter concept to more than it was designed for. Strictly for 2D fighting fanatics only.
- An interesting approach to a worn game style, but ultimately can only be recommended to completists. Sub-sections fail to compensate adequately for the poor fight action. A curiosity.
- Inventive and fun, Beatmania is highly recommended for those becoming bored with the numerous sequels on offer. It won't last for ever, but should bring a smile to most faces.
- It's Command and Conquer but without the kind of gameplay refinement we really expect. Doesn't offer any huge advances over the early 90's Amiga original.
- The cartoon isn't bad, but the game is. With so much potential in this licence it's baffling to see how such a hash job has been made of it. No fun, not exciting, not worth a penny of your cash.
- Not for everyone, but highly recommended as a breath of fresh air in a market increasingly suffocated by racing, fighting and sports games.
- Lots to see and do, but it's a slightly samey mixture of trick after trick all the way through. Will keep snowboarding fans happy. After all, they're not the sharpest tools in the box.
- Enjoyable racer that's not weighed down too heavily by technicalities and boffin features. The trouble is, it's not Gran Turismo 2. Fun in its own right, but not quite essential.
- Gives a good impression of piloting a Harrier, spoiled slightly by awkward combat sections and missions that rapidly become boring. Still one of the best flight-sim games on PlayStation though.
- Hateful, anger manufacturing, slap-dash and visually sub-par. But... you may find its mixture of being bashed, shot and electrocuted strangely rivetting. Well, you might...
- A good, simplified conversion of basketball, with speedy arcade gameplay. Not for serious fans looking for an accurate sim, but very satisfying for gamers.
- Gamble away your free time with zero fun and zero consequences. An utterly pointless and futile exercise, and more to the point, a complete black hole of fun.
- An average off-road racer that offers little excitement or innovation. If you're in the market for a new driving game, consider this a last resort. Rally anoraks only need apply.
- A fairly respectable attempt at livening up the dull game of golf. Search deep to discover a game that works, but is spoiled by some elementary visual and gameplay flaws.
- If you can live with the fact that you're playing a game that includes trains, then you'll love it. Complicated at first, it soon becomes second nature. Before you know it you're addicted.
- Plays violently well, but lacks the charisma of the more in-demand WWF guys. Masses of options and events, OTT action and nice visuals - a good second grapple game behind WWF Attitude
Mortal Kombat Trilogy Platinum
- The best Mortal Kombat game to buy as it includes everything from all the games. But it's a little dated when compared to the Tekkens and Street Fighter Alphas of this world.
In this Issue - 1 page (150)
Cracked - 3 pages (151-153)
- Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue!, Tiny Tank, R/C Stunt Copter, Tenchu: Stealth Assassins - (151)
- Demolition Racer, 40 Winks, Tony Hawk's Skateboarding - (152)
- Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Medievil, Tomb Raider - (153)
- FIFA 2000 - Michael Dyer - 8 pages (154-161)
- Resident Evil 3: Nemesis - Brendan Watson - 22 pages (162-183)
- Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation - Alex Chenery - 18 pages (184-201)