Archive for the ‘Misc Sports Gaming’ Category
  • Tennis World Tour announced for 2018
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    Posted May 18th, 2017 at 2:15 pm 7 Comments »
    The drought of tennis video games on consoles will be coming to an end in 2018. Bigben Interactive and Breakpoint Studio today announced Tennis World Tour, which will feature over 30 licensed tennis stars including Roger Federer, Gaël Monfils, and Angelique Kerber. Bigben has published a large number of games with some sports-related ones like rugby, handball, and racing. Developer Breakpoint appears to be new though they employ sports experts including some that have worked on the Top ...
  • Online beta periods announced for ARMS
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    Posted May 17th, 2017 at 4:45 pm 4 Comments »
    ARMS is shaping up to be the next big IP from Nintendo and with a consumer base starved for new games the potential is there for it to break out. The more that's shown of the game the better it seems to look. The June 16 release date of ARMS is nearing and the company showed it off through one of their official streamed presentations while announcing two upcoming betas. Being referred to as the "Global Testpunch" the beta periods are scheduled for May 26-28 and June 2-4. It'll be playab...
  • First details on Pro Evolution Soccer 2018
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    Posted May 16th, 2017 at 2:45 pm 7 Comments »
    Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 will be coming off a fantastic effort that many consumers and reviewers considered the best soccer game on the market. While concerns remain related to the many licenses that are absent from the product, and a feature set that hasn't quite lived up to the competition's, PES has been able to overcome those drawbacks through its brilliant gameplay. Now there's some details on what to expect with PES 2018.  (more…)...
  • Press Row Podcast: April News Roundup
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    Posted May 1st, 2017 at 8:30 am No Comments »
    Spring is typically a fairly barren season as far as sports game releases go but it's seeing a resurgence this year. Several new games and expansions are slated for the weeks ahead. Host Bryan Wiedey and Rich Grisham discuss the latest news on them in this episode of the Press Row Podcast, including Forza Horizon 3's Hot Wheels expansion, the upcoming slate for Nintendo Switch, announcement of a new "Crash Mode" game from the Burnout creators and The Golf Club 2's release date being made off...
  • Press Row Podcast: Spring Break(down)
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    Posted April 22nd, 2017 at 11:15 am No Comments »
    In this week’s episode of the Press Row Podcast, host Bryan Wiedey and Rich Grisham have a follow-up discussion on last week’s topic regarding consumer unrest before moving on to address other subjects. Those include whether it’s a good or bad idea to continually tinker with fundamental elements of games such as the constant changes being made to shooting in NBA 2K17, the potential of the upcoming arcade-style game NBA Playgrounds, what the WNBA could mean for NBA Live 18, and a handfu...
  • Press Row Podcast: Community Uproar
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    Posted April 15th, 2017 at 10:15 am 4 Comments »
    In many ways these are great days to be a sports video game fan. However, certain segments of popular games have experienced significant problems, causing enormous issues within each of those games’ communities. The way titles are marketed at fans, persistent problems with certain modes, and perceived lack of communication between game makers players have embroiled fans and developers alike. This week Rich Grisham talks with Operation Sports community canager Millennium – a man in the...
  • ARMS gets official release date and new character reveal
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    Posted April 13th, 2017 at 1:30 pm 2 Comments »
    Outside of the new Zelda there hasn't been much to play on the Nintendo Switch since it launched in early March. That will be changing in the coming months and among anticipated titles on the way is a promising new IP from the company called ARMS. The boxing-like game can be played with either motion controls or standard control schemes and features a number of unique characters, arenas, and weaponized arms. Nintendo just held one of their Direct presentations and included news on ARMS wh...
  • Old Time Hockey is being updated at an unprecedented rate
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    Posted April 12th, 2017 at 10:45 am 6 Comments »
    At the time it was reviewed Old Time Hockey was too frustrating of a gameplay experience and too lacking in content to even come near recommending. Two weeks and 10 patches later (yes, really) and the game is starting to come together as something that should get a second look considering its reasonable $12 price tag. To the credit of the independent development team at V7 Entertainment, the feedback they received from reviewers and consumers has been heard and is being acted upon. Mos...
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