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    After Amiga years, yes, but what about before?
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    They developed and published many games, as well as publishing many for other people. Some they developed themselves include Stryx, Microcosm, Nitro, Novastorm, Obliterator, and they co-developed quite a few such as Shadow of the Beast, which was between them and Ubisoft Reflections.

    And even Lemmings was actually co-developed between them and Rockstar North.
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    Yup, but possible the best Psygnosis games were done, not by Psygnosis itself, but by DMA Design or Reflections.
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    True. Reflections and DMA did produce some great games. For Psygnosis I think we can both agree that when we used to see a game with their name on you could pretty much guarantee it would be worth playing and a polished release.

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    I thought the same exactly.
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    Oh, they did have some good game releases among their rubbish.

    My favourite was the puzzle game Titan. I played that for a long time before actually beating the game, and it was hard.

    And their mascot game "Titus the Fox" was a pretty decent platformer on the Amiga, although I understand it wasn't so great on some other platforms such as the Game boy.

    Definitely not the best developer by any means, but some good stuff.

    There was also a top down multi-directional shooter called Battlestorm which was obviously based on Xevious and a few other arcade shooters with the multi-directional movement, and even the graphic styling, but it was still quite good.

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