Sony Playstation T - Z
Common US Playstation
Tales of Destiny
Tales of Destiny 2:
Test Drive 4
Test Drive 5
Test Drive Offroad 2
Time Crisis: Project Titan
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3
Twisted Metal: Small
Twisted Metal 3
Twisted Metal 4
Vigilante 8: 2nd Offense
WCW Backstage Assault
WCW vs the World
World's Scariest Police Chases
Wu Tang Clan: Shaolin Style
WWF Smackdown 2
X-men: Mutant Academy
games, & Other Unusual Stuff
Tail Concerto: [JP]
2D RPG with an isometric viewpoint. Cracked, NTSC or PAL selector applied.
Tekken 3: Either [US] or [JP] versions, import has the
original endings that were changed for the US release.
Tenchu: Stealth Assassins: Either [US] or [JP]
versions, US versions has extra levels and content + analog controller
support not found in the original Japanese release.
Tenchu: Shinobi Gaisen: Same as the first part, but
re-released with the extras put into the US version. Also has an English
language option and a very cool level editor. [JP]
Tenchu: Shinobi Hyakusen: Doesn't have the level
editor, but has a shitload (122!) of homemade levels made by winners of a contest in
Tenchu Wokurau 2: Known in the US arcades as
"Warriors of Fate." Beat-em up in the vein of classic Capcom games
like Final Fight or Captain Commando. [JP]
Thrill Kill BETA: Unreleased 4 player fighting
game that was trashed because of it's heavy gore quotient. Eventually turned
into the "Wu Tang Clan" game.
Thrill Kill Complete Version: This is the final
version, it has all the movies and music missing from the beta.
Time Crisis: Project Titan: Patched to NTSC,
this sequel supports the Guncon. No other differences that I know of. [PAL]
Tin: Destination Adventure: Adventure game with 3D graphics that
plays a bit like a 2D platformer. Based on the cartoon character. Multilanguage.
Titan AE Demo Disk: This is a playable demo
disk of a movie licensed game that ended up never being released.
Tobal 2: [JP]
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater BETA:
Contains unfinished and unseen levels that aren't in any other version. Gameshark
codes are recommended in order to have infinite time to explore the levels.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3 BETA:
Haven't played it enough to check the differences out between this and the
released version, but it's definitely a beta.
Torc: This is the full version of a game that was
never released. Its a racing type game with action elements, your character is
an ogre in some sort of racing contraption.
Toukon Retsuden 2: [JP]
Toukon Retsuden 3: Also known as New Japan Pro
Wrestling, this is probably the best 3D wrestling game I've ever played at the
time it was released. 4
player simultaneous, large character roster, 30 or 60 fps mode, cool entrances,
and a great grappling system. [JP]
Transformers: Beast Wars Metals: [JP]
Ultraman Fighting Evolution: [JP]
Um Jammer Lammy: [JP]
Vampire: Known in the US as "Darkstalkers". Here
the characters have their original names. Not sure if it contains
anything that's not in the US version. [JP]
Vampire Savior: Known in the US as "Darkstalkers
3", this is the uncensored version that has all the blood and other stuff
left out of the US release. [JP]
Vampire Hunter D: [JP]
Virtual Pro Wrestling: The original Japanese version
of the game released in the USA as WCW VS the World [JP]
Wipeout 3: Special Edition: Patched to NTSC [PAL]
Pinball: Features a +5 trainer and a PAL/NTSC selector. Realistic
pinball game based on the Worms license. [PAL]
Wu Tang Clan BETA: This very early prerelease
only has a few backgrounds and playable characters.
X2: A horizontal shmup with a two player co-op mode
from Team17, the same makers as the Worms series. [JP]
Sai Jumbo: Some sort of sequel to the game known in the US as Devil Dice.
Terror from the Deep: [PAL]
X-men VS Street Fighter EX: A mediocre arcade
translation that's missing a lot of animation and loses the tag feature found in
the arcade. [JP]