Tag «Sports»

REVIEW – Golf Peaks (Switch)

A Golf Game That Doesn’t Golf Golf Peaks, despite its name, is not a golf game.  There are no 3-click meters to manage, clubs to choose, hazards to avoid, scores to keep, bad pants to wear, and wind to monitor.  Golf Peaks is actually a puzzle game.  A casual puzzle game, in fact, that anyone …

REVIEW – Mutant League Football 2018 Xbox One

Giving New Meaning to a Shotgun Offense Originally released on the Sega Genesis in 1993 and published by EA, Mutant League Football became a fan favorite thanks to the ridiculous premise of skeletons and ghouls literally killing each other during a game of football. Now, revived thanks to a successful kickstarter campaign, Mutant League Football …

REVIEW – Touch Mini Golf 3DS eShop

Double Bogey For about the cost of one round of real-life mini golf, Touch Mini Golf offers players over 1,000 holes to play! Although Teyon packed a wealth of content in this five dollar 3DS eShop download, players will probably only play through a course of two due to frustrating controls and a totally pointless …

NEWS – Mario Tennis Ultra Smash Loves Nov 20, 2015

Nintendo just announced that Mario Tennis Ultra Smash will be available on Wii U starting November 20, 2015, the Friday before Thanksgiving and Black Friday. First announced at this year’s E3, Ultra Smash seems to follow the formula of previous Mario Tennis titles but with the addition of the super mushroom power-up that makes users …

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 …

PREVIEW – PES 2014

Realism – Early this week, myGamer attended an exclusive Konami Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 pre-release event in New York and was able to spend a little bit of time with the final build of this anticipated soccer sim. One of the biggest features exclusive to PES 2014 is the use of the newly developed Fox …

REVIEW – Mario Tennis Open (3DS)

Close This Open – Known for being over-the-top with super powers, quirky characters, and interactive courts, the Mario Tennis series has always been about colorful and wired gameplay.  Mario Tennis Open, however, is a more straightforward tennis title that is loaded with needless grinding, lack of substance, and poor control schemes. The premise behind this …