Archery

Giants Pitcher Tim Lincecum Throws Second Career No-Hitter 0


Lauren Clamon

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SportsKid Date: 
March 4, 2011

Lauren is right on target. Since picking up a bow and arrow less than three years ago at a county fair, she has become a 2010 national champion, California State Games winner, and California state archery champ in the 14-and-under recurve category. Lauren also set records in three Junior Olympic Developmental 50-meter contests and broke her own age group mark in the International Archery Federation 40-meter contest. “Archery is all about focus and consistency,” she says. “It may seem like a serious sport, but it’s a lot of fun.”

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Scott Jones

DECA Sports Freedom 5

  • Sports Gamer
  • Posted by: Scott Jones
  • December 9, 2010 5:42pm
Platforms:
Microsoft, Xbox 360
Release Date:
November 18, 2010
Price:
39.99

 

Hey proud Kinect owners: Looking for something new and different to do with your Kinect this weekend? Deca Sports Freedom (360, $39.99) is in stores.
 
Of course, we've seen these types of sports compilations before. So if you're skeptical about Deca Sports Freedom, and worry that it's more of the same-old that we've seen before, that's understandable. The Sports Gamer, as you know, strongly supports a bit of skepticism when it comes to these types of games. 
 
Here's a break down of what's on the disc:

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Scott Jones

PlayStation3 Gets Motion Control 0

  • Sports Gamer
  • Posted by: Scott Jones
  • September 23, 2010 10:24am
Platforms:
PS3, Sony
Release Date:
September 16, 2010
Price:
99.99

If you've strolled through the electronics section of your favorite store lately, no doubt you got a glimpse of Sony's Move, their long-in-development answer to the Wii's motion-centric controls. Like Wii owners, PS3 owners finally get a chance to wave their hands in the air like they just do care, too.

Does it work?

After several weeks of testing--the Sports Gamer got his Move bundle early (yes, sometimes it's good to be the Sports Gamer)--the answer is a resounding "yes." It works, and works well. It only took approximately 30 seconds for me to deduce that the control here is slightly more refined than the Wii's WiiMotion Plus control.

The big question is: Is it worth mowing every lawn in the neighborhood one last time this Fall in order to accrue the amount of cash you need to buy it?

Here's a list of Pros and Cons to keep in mind before you make a move on Move.

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