Tag «Sport»

REVIEW – AO International Tennis Xbox One

Fault It wasn’t until the release of AO International Tennis that I realized that gamers have been neglected a quality tennis game, specifically a simulation, almost entirely during the last console generation. With all this time since the Virtua Tennis and Top Spin games, surely AO International Tennis can use this time to its advantage …

NEWS – R.B.I. Baseball ’14 Opening Day on XBLA is April 9 2014

Developed by MLB Advanced Media, a reboot of the fan favorite series was first announced back in January 2014 for iOS, Android, current, and last-gen systems. Originally released on NES back in 1988, RBI was the first baseball game to support an official MLB license.  Many sequels were made, the last of which was RBI …

REVIEW – R.B.I. Baseball (NES)

Best Baseball Game Ever! (This review was originally posted back in early 2005. But now that R.B.I. Baseball ’14 is about to launch, I thought I would repost this review.) Here’s the thing: I have never really liked sports video games. My philosophy is that if I’m going to participate in a sport, I will …

REVIEW – 101 MiniGolf World DSiWare

Impressing Looking. Bad Controls. – Even with a number of downloadable golf games available on both the DSiWare and eShop services, 101 MiniGolf World is an ambitious and admirable attempt at creating a light hearted digital mini golf experience. The goal is simple – putt your ball from the starting position to the hole at …

REVIEW – Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Review (Xbox 360)

New Engine. Detailed Gameplay. Lacking Features. – With a new graphics engine and years of experience, PES 2014 gets straight to the point. Instead of implementing a wealth of unlockables, modes, and even an interesting menu system and presentation, PES 2014 offers a soccer simulation that should please dedicated soccer enthusiasts but could leave new …