Simply brilliant, it’s just a shame there’s a few underlying problems, such as lack of challenges and the real possibility that die-hard fans may feel alienated by the focus on luring back those who have less time that prevent it from being a milestone in football management simulation. It’s damn close, though.
About: Ryan Sandrey
Reluctant to grow up, a harsh world has forced Ryan to reconsider everything he knows, and then disregard it in order to play videogames about aliens and dragons. When not playing, or writing about, video games, he's a University student, avid football fan and general nice guy.Twitter: @FoolishUK
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With fans already clamouring for their latest Pokémon fix, we take a look at Pokémon White Version 2. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
Wave your hands about in front of Kinect like a crazy person/wizard with the demo, out now on Xbox Live.
A class-based 10 versus 10 shooter, it’s clear from the off that Primal Carnage is something a little bit special. Sure, we’ve seen games like this come and go without a whimper, but maybe this time it’ll be different.
Part of the lure of the F1 series by Codemasters has been the ability to play seasons as a driver of your choice. Unfortunately, for F1 2012, seasons as an existing driver have been scrapped.
Your first taste of the latest installment in the FIFA series starts on September 11th, featuring 5 club teams.
In a new video, Valve detail all the features of Big Picture, the new Big Screen display version of Steam that has just entered beta for PC.
If like me, you like to know bits of trivia about Transformers, then check the picture underneath these words to satiate your desire for knowledge!
There was a time when a decent licensed game was somewhat of a surprise. Transformers: War for Cybertron was one such surprise when it landed in 2010, with developer High Moon Studios doing a stellar if unexciting job in taking the lore and feel of the Transformers universe and fitting it together with an enjoyable, Unreal-powered third person shooter. Read the full review at GodisaGeek.com.
It will be perhaps the ultimate drop in, play a couple of rounds and drop out again experience and, when you’ve got so much choice with regards to games nowadays, that’s an excellent game to have in your collection. Warfighter, I need you.
We got our hands on the new game from Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks; Dishonored. Find out what we thought with the GodisaGeek.com preview.