FIFA 17: review

FIFA 17: review

Oct 24, 2016

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbox One, PC, PS3, Xbox 360 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: EA Sports Developer: EA Canada Players: 1-2 (offline), 2-22 (online) Site: https://www.easports.com/uk/fifa Game disc provided by the publisher A new FIFA game each year is as much an annual event as Christmas. FIFA has been the dominant game both in terms of sales and...

FIFA 17 – Key new features

FIFA 17 – Key new features

Sep 16, 2016

Another year, another FIFA, so the big question is: what’s different to last years game? Some years there is very little change to the game, or it introduces features that are a tad underwhelming, while others spell significant gameplay enhancements. You can understand why fans would be a bit reticent to part with £40+ if the game was the same as last...

Dino Dini’s Kick Off Revival: review

Dino Dini’s Kick Off Revival: review

Jul 4, 2016

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), PS Vita Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Digital Lounge Developer: Koo Games Players: 1-2 (offline & online) Site: http://www.facebook.com/KickOffRevival/ Game code supplied by PR Kick Off 2 was one of our favourite games while we studied (and got drunk) at college. It was always a great laugh playing tournaments and trying...

Pikachu is Japan’s 2014 World Cup mascot. No, really.

Pikachu is Japan’s 2014 World Cup mascot. No, really.

Mar 17, 2014

Yes, this is a thing which has actually happened in the real world. It’s easy to forget that teams even have mascots in the World Cup, but that has changed forever thanks to Pikachu lending his/her/its support to the Japanese team in an official capacity. This announcement may be ‘shocking’ (just sit back and enjoy the ride, folks) but it...

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 – PC Review

Format: PC (version reviewed), 360, PS3, Wii, PS2, PSP Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Konami Developer: Winning Eleven Productions Players: 1 (+Online Multiplayer) Site: http://www.konami.com/games/pes2010/ Fans of ‘The beautiful game’ love a comeback. It’s what makes it exciting and awe-inspiring. Maybe that’s why West Ham physios are still rubbing...