Railroad Tycoon II is a railroad simulation game developed by PopTop Software and released for Windows in 1998. Despite the title, the game is technically not a sequel to the previous Railroad Tycoon designed by Sid Meier.
Virus 2000 (a.k.a. V2000) is the remake/sequel to the 1987 David Braben game, Zarch (later Virus), and was developed by Frontier Developments and published by Grolier Interactive in 1998 for PlayStation and Windows.
Blade is a fantasy turn-based tactical RPG created by Scorpius Software and released in 1997 for Amiga, including AGA and CD models. The game designed by Mark Sheeky is not a classic RPG.
Anno 1602: Creation of a New World is a construction, management, and business simulation developed by Max Design and published in 1998 by Sunflowers Interactive in Europe. In 1999...
Hexen II Mission Pack: Portal of Praevus is an expansion pack of Hexen II developed by Raven Software and published by Activision in 1998 for Windows. Raven Software, the American...
Sanitarium is a point-and-click adventure created by DreamForge and published by ASC Games in 1998 for Windows. This psychological thriller was voted Best Adventure Game of the Year in 1999.
StarCraft is one of the most influential real-time-strategy games ever created and one of the most important video games of all time. It was developed by Blizzard Entertainment, and it was initially released in 1998 for Windows.
Jazz Jackrabbit 2 is a side-scrolling platformer produced by Epic Games (at that time under the name Epic MegaGames) and, after an accidental confirmation by Arjan Brussee in 1994, it was published in 1998 for Windows.
Caesar III is a city-building historical sim created by Impression Games and published by Sierra in 1998. It's the third chapter of the popular series Caesar created by David Lester.
Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines is the first chapter of a famous tactical game series created by the Spanish studio Pyro and published by Eidos. This first game, designed by Gonzalo ...