Dreaming of being the man in charge of your favourite Football team is surely one of the most widely enjoyed spheres of back seat management.
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There are two key components to any review of Sports Interactive’s annual update to the juggernaut that is the Football Manager franchise.
It’s cold. Winter may yet be a few weeks away, but it’s cold. The expressions of the morning commuters have taken on a bitter, resentful shadow. This is weather for staying inside, not taking in the fresh air. This is … Continue reading
One of the main things that video games shares with football is the tribalism; my team/console is better than your team/console. It seems apt then that one of the biggest examples of this is FIFA versus Pro Evolution Soccer. Each … Continue reading
It is a rare thing to pick up a game, start playing it and it’s just right. This is how this kind of game should be made, we just didn’t know it until we played this game. This is what … Continue reading
Nothing says “street” like wearing dodgy clothing, listening to dub-step and hanging about in a car-park. So what better way to spend your time being street than keeping the neighbours awake kicking a ball against a fence.
Kairosoft is a name that will not mean much to many people, but when talked about in the right circles you will hear tales. Tales of late nights and dead batteries and of joy, sheer joy. They make games for … Continue reading
Sports games are inherently hard to review. Where those who don’t like sports fail to understand what a new version of a release, each year, can give those of us who love the beautiful game. Whereas we’ll spend hours … Continue reading
As the 2012 Olympics draw close games developers across the world will be considering how to make a buck out of this cultural sporting event. Whether officially licensed titles, or ones that are just jumping on the bandwagon, we can … Continue reading
The PES franchise has suffered somewhat of an identity crisis in recent times. For many years, it was the geeky kid at the back of class that got A’s, in contrast to FIFA’s thick-as-pigshit but vastly popular king of the … Continue reading