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Scott Jones

Split/Second Screeches into Stores! 4

Platforms:
Microsoft, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Sony, Others
Release Date:
May 18, 2010
Price:
59.99
Rating:
9

Black Rock Studio, based in Brighton, England, knows racing games. ATV Offroad Fury, MotoGP '06 and '07, and of course, the unbelievably awesome Pure are just some of the great racers on their already overcrowded resume.

Does Split/Second, their latest game, live up to their legacy?

It does. Easily. (Keep reading to see a trailer for the game!)

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Scott Jones

Madden NFL 10 Performs Super Sim 12

  • Sports Gamer
  • Posted by: Scott Jones
  • February 3, 2010 3:44pm

With the Super Bowl only a couple of days away now--the Sports Gamer is already preparing a big vat of chili--everyone in the world is offering up their predictions for the Big Game, including the Madden-makers at EA Sports. Once again, they've used this year's version of Madden--Madden NFL '10--to simulate a full four quarters of Super Bowl-caliber football.

The result...

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Scott Jones

It's Not Too Early to Start Thinking About Baseball... 1

  • Sports Gamer
  • Posted by: Scott Jones
  • January 5, 2010 6:45pm
Platforms:
Microsoft, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360, DS, PS2, PSP, Sony, Nintendo
Release Date:
March 2, 2010
Price:
N/A
With all the NFL Wild Card nonsense finally sorted out, the world is now separated into two categories: Those who have a team to root for, and those who don't. (As a Giants fan, the Sports Gamer's season couldn't have ended worse for me. Wah. Oh well. I can always re-watch the 2008 Super Bowl…)
 
For the other losers out there, I recommend looking ahead to the 2010 baseball season. First bit of news: 2K Sports' MLB 2K10 is due in stores in a less than three months. Here's what we know so far:
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Erik Willis

Need for Speed SHIFT 1

  • Gamer Gang
  • Posted by: Erik Willis
  • December 15, 2009 5:24pm
Platforms:
Microsoft, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, iPhone, PSP, Sony, Others
Release Date:
September 13, 2009
Price:
59.99
Rating:
9

I would describe the overall experience of playing this game as gripping. Navigating the turns was very realistic, and when my car hit gravel, I could actually feel the rocks hitting the undercarriage and the tires. The online rankings used in the game are easy to follow. There are 27 Master Badges and 341 Minor Badges available, which are more than I expected. Xbox Live has two game modes: Driver Duel and Versus. Both are very fun. More »

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