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96 games reviewed
69.3 average score
75 median score
36.4% of games recommended
Scores 2.6 higher than average
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Unscored - MLB 19: The Show
Apr 2, 2019

MLB The Show 19 has easily the sharpest baseball gameplay in years and is a clear improvement over its predecessors. The on-field product is tremendous, and feels both varied and rewarding. It is a must-have for series newcomers, longtime veterans, and even fans who have skipped a year or two. Franchise mode did not receive the boost that fans were hoping for, but it remains an engaging experience. SIE San Diego Studio has done well to innovate the game and franchise, and I am thrilled to see what the studio puts out next year as well.

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I have rarely, if ever, enjoyed text-based sports simulators at a high level, but what Wolverine has accomplished and delivered with DDS: CBB 19 has changed that. The depth, control and functionality here makes it accessible to the masses and helps draw in new members to an already growing community. Even if you're not into text-sim-style games, if you enjoy college basketball then DDS: CBB 19 should provide you with hours of simulated college basketball entertainment.

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Operation Sports
Phil Varckette
Mar 8, 2019

If you only have a Xbox One and need a baseball game with the MLB license, I would say rent it first to see if you like it. But if you are PS4 owner, I cannot recommend it over The Show or even over Super Mega Baseball 2 on either system.

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Unscored - Dirt Rally 2.0
Feb 26, 2019

Overall, Dirt Rally 2.0 can lead to a sense of accomplishment that’s hard to find these days in gaming. If that type of challenge is appealing to you, then having Dirt Rally 2.0 in your rotation is an absolute must.

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Unscored - Spike Volleyball
Feb 13, 2019

Black Sheep Studio did a decent job with Spike Volleyball. Volleyball is a fresh genre outside of the power sports, and this game captures the power and precision of the serve. There is a multitude of statistical categories to analyze each player's ability at each position. The game also includes a variety of strategic formations to create an advantage over opposing teams. Be that as it may, the game does not do as well with gameplay that is consistently buggy after the serve.

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Feb 5, 2019

While there are some inconsistencies in MESX 2, Milestone has made improvements in almost every area of the title. The gameplay outshines everything else here, and that is never a bad thing. Milestone is one of the most consistent developers in the industry, and the improvements made to MESX 2 do nothing but help solidify that belief in my mind. MESX 2 is a title that delivers both as a single and multiplayer experience, and is deep enough to warrant a long, long run in your rotation. Whether you are new to the series or a veteran of Milestone offerings, you would be doing yourself a disservice by not adding MESX 2 to your library.

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Unscored - New Star Manager
Feb 5, 2019

For Switch owners, especially those looking for a quality management sim, New Star Manager is a must own. At just $19.99, It represents a carefree amusing experience absolutely perfect for your daily travel or free time at home. This is no doubt a very pleasant portable gaming experience that provides a level of depth that's more than heavy enough to hold its own.

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Jan 31, 2019

The game met my expectations, and I hope to hear from you all in the comments about your experiences with the game as well. Please comment below if you have any questions on the game or want to talk about your own experiences with Football Heroes Turbo.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Disc Jam
Mar 19, 2017

Disc Jam features simplistic, yet addictive and competitive gameplay.

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7 / 10.0 - 3on3 FreeStyle
Mar 19, 2017

3 on 3 Freestyle is slower-paced than you might expect, but it's a free-to-play title that's worth checking out.

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Jan 16, 2017

Front Office Football 8 nails the little things. If not for the outdated interface, this would be an all-time classic in every sense.

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5 / 10.0 - Drive!Drive!Drive!
Dec 19, 2016

Drive!Drive!Drive! is supported by a very interesting gameplay mechanic, but the experience that surrounds that mechanic is hollow.

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3.5 / 10.0 - Handball 17
Dec 8, 2016

Handball 17 occasionally thrills, but a plethora of problems leave it floundering in the relegation zone.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Steep
Dec 6, 2016

Overall, a must buy for extreme sports fans and winter sports enthusiasts. Steep isn't without problems, but the good outweighs the bad.

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Dec 5, 2016

A generally good text-simulation which has some drawbacks to keep it from true greatness, but well worth your time if you are a sim fan.

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Nov 30, 2016

A noticeable improvement over last year's edition, with good management options to keep any NBA stat head busy.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Motorsport Manager
Nov 18, 2016

A charming, well-produced, and relatively entertaining racing management sim that despite some repetitiveness, doesn't get bogged down.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Football Manager 2017
Nov 11, 2016

Football Manager 2017 adds to the best sports simulation series on the planet with a barrage of low-key additions.

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Nov 2, 2016

Infinite Air is not close to the best snowboarding option out there, and it adds nothing new to bring you in.

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7 / 10.0 - WWE 2K17
Oct 17, 2016

2K's best iteration of the sport attempts new ways to incorporate the "Entertainment" part of WWE, while the wrestling sees minor upgrades.

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