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It feels like only yesterday that Sony unveiled their Wii-beating motion control peripheral PS Move to a largely unenthusiastic gaming public.
There are two key components to any review of Sports Interactive’s annual update to the juggernaut that is the Football Manager franchise.
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.
Wing-suits are great! Sorry, we’ve jumped ahead a bit there, but it just kind of blurted out. It’s true though, wing-suits are easily the best feature of this new SSX and, not having played other entries in the series, we’ll … 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
101 in 1 Sports Party Megamix is the latest outing of developer Nordcurrent, and yet another mini-game compilation to add to the Wii’s already bulging library. Each of the game’s 101 levels features a different ‘sport’. It’s a nice idea, … Continue reading
Let’s Golf 2 pretty much does exactly what it says on the tin. It’s a Golf game with a three touch swing and two touch putting system in place. This means that for normal strokes, you tap the screen once … Continue reading
The inevitable sports compilation rears its head again and this time for the Xbox 360s Kinect. But with the Nintendo Wii having so many titles and the strong Kinect Sports already on the shelves, is there any more space for … Continue reading
Sports games have become the default genre for motion controlled games. Wii Sports successfully demonstrated the capabilities, and limitations, of the Wii and its pioneering control system. Sports Champions has recently done the same for Sony’s Move controller and now … Continue reading