After the advent of true real-time 3D rendering, the market was about to become saturated with Fighting games from all directions for both the arcade and PS1 home console. Tekken débuts in 1995, the same year as the arcade version of Psychic Force. However, the console releases of Psychic force won't arrive for another year, so very few people know of Pyschic Force's existence on the home consoles due to Tekken and Mortal Kombat 3 being the current leading competitors in the genre for the console.
Digimon and Pokemon were only two of the megaton forces facing each other off back in the late 90s. Had you asked any child on the street what their favourite Digimon/Pokemon was, you would have had an answer 99% of the time. It was in these carefree days that many of us used to play the trading card games, and play either the GameBoy Pokemon RPGs or Digimon World on the PS1. There was however, another attempt made by Digimon to break free of the narrowed down expectation that its game had to be an RPG like Pokemon. Where Pokemon played it safe with a Trading Card Game on the GameBoy, Digimon took more risks in these regards, where it not only had a 3D RPG on the PS1 [in comparison to Pokemon's 2D RPG on the GameBoy] alongside a TCG on the PS1 as well, but it also took the risky leap into the arena quite literally, with Digimon Rumble Arena as a multiplayer fighting game.