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Posted:
2010-10-25

danwilliams

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2.1

First review and not a good one. The game is pure crap plain and simple. The title clearly shows that the game is meant for be young audience. In as much as the game is made for the young ones, you will find it well made with great values and unfortunately bluntly with hardcore stuff filled in the game.

The first thing that meets the eye and is rather striking is its rather boring and terrible look. It does not matter which system you play the game on, be it playstation, Xbox 360 or even PC SKUs the game is terrible. The game looks better on the Wii version although in general it is crap overall. You will also encounter unresponsive platforming elements which are sometimes very frustrating as much as the game tries to manage the platforming for you. You will find Yoda jumping in as you struggle with the annoying platforming giving you instructions on how to go about things in the game. Yoda will keep explaining and at some point you may get bored because even after you are hours into the game he keeps popping his head and talking, unfortunately he does not come in when you need him most. Like when you are stuck in the game.

You will have to dig hard into the game to find fun given all these faults. You will find the enemies repetitive and also the combat is quite basic with no complexity or uniqueness. However when you put into action the basic controls, you will find it difficult to navigate and you will have to be very cautious because you will obviously end up with a boring and ordinary game. The game is made more boring by the fact that you still have to use the same old hooks over and over again. The use of droids is the major culprit here. You will find that you can jump on all of them and control them for a while. You will have to do this to control boundaries, drop bombs on particular spots and after doing this repeatedly and then you will then open your eyes and maybe ask yourself why you are doing this so many times.

There are other things you can do here as well. There can be an upgrades system where you can spend points earned on new powers and cheats and lots of other actions. As well you can take up challenging actions throughout the game and set high scores. You will find that even on these actions the production was not done that perfectly. The boredom and frustration are not left out on this as well and generally the whole game is made up of these frustrating faults.

Star Wars the clones Wars Republic Wars is not a game I would recommend to anyone. The frustrating faults make the game quite boring and give little fun at all.

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Posted:
2010-12-13

danwilliams

Super Gamer Dude

7.3

Virtua Tennis 2009 is all about getting into and then winning tennis tournaments. So at the beginning, you start the tournament as a rookie. As you win each game you play, your level increases as well, until you get into more difficult matches. There is nothing you can expect from this game but pure tennis fun. All the rules of tennis apply in this game and tournaments can long hours and you may get your hands full from all the games. Of course, the excitement of playing tennis will always be around.

If you are a tennis fan or know how to play the sport, then you will surely enjoy this PS3 game. There are limited depths in this game since it is concentrated on the sport tennis and nothing else. The challenge that you will have to go through is just the plain skills of your opponents. But of course, getting up into the competition is also a great challenge to go through. On the other hand, there are also mini games in Virtua Tennis 2009. This is maybe to avoid the gamers from becoming bored with the usual tennis game as they can seem to take for ever. And the good thing is that these mini games are as much fun as the game itself.

If you will go through the whole tournament, you will notice that the depth of the game is very easy to win over. There are no major obstacles that you have to go through because you are competing with the tennis skills of your opponents which are AI. So it will be easy for you to finish the game. The best part of Virtua Tennis 2009 is the mini games.

The graphics are fine. The audio is also good. The depth of the game is pretty easy but it is up to you on how you will treat each tournament you are playing. All in all, Virtua Tennis 2009 is a good game to play especially if you are a tennis fan. If you are not a fan, you can just try playing the sport or play the mini games.

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Posted:
2011-07-20

danwilliams

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6.7

The game is profoundly influenced by the moon, which is the domicile of a god who is known to be the source of all supernatural blessings. In Infinite Undiscovery Human beings who are conceived under the fortunate moon phases are imprinted with magical signs called the Lunaglyphs which will gift potentials and the capability to cast spells. But everything is in chaos brought about by Order of the Chains interrupting the regular flow of power and causing the 2 galactic bodies to collide. The only person who could save the people from such predicament is Sigmund the Liberator who is a man with the skill to break the chains and return the world into normalcy. The main character of the game who is Capell is a musician who is strangely Sigmund’s twin and is wrapped up with the chaos of the two nations.

Generally speaking, all the characters of the game are very precise and easy to familiarize by way of the game’s predominance of storyline cutscenes. In the end, the player will have nearly twenty characters at play, some are superior compared to others. The plot of the story is very attractive while there is some in-depth to it due to the gameworld effect.

Squeezed in between the storytelling craze is the gameplay in which you will roam around the world searching for chains to bread down and humans to help. A dilemma which can be seen in the world zones and a lot of dungeons is that the player is offered with slack guidance regarding the locations to travel and the locations themselves are very big and extensive. Battle on the other hand, is entirely real-time and oriented with action. The player is in complete control of Capell and there are certain Al settings intended for the party members which you can rotate with the use of the D pad. Infinite Undiscovery’s action has a swift pace which is satisfying especially when you are setting free big combo strings; however, there are also certain problems. One of which is the camera which is directed so close making it difficult for the player to see many fields of action without criticizing all the time especially if you are placed in a corner.

Additionally, there are also events which you have to finish a goal and fight against the clock at the same time. With all the loopy paths and the repetitive dungeons and many more, Infinite Undiscovery is still short based on RPG standards. But the voice acting is well defined with every primary character furnished with voice that is fitting for him. Even if the game is filled with the accessories of a powerful adventure, Infinite Undiscovery still is deficient with the true soul. Some segments maybe taken by the repetitious world, some siphoned by the design which has faulty scenario and the rest of the segments with no genuine depth due to the shortness in dimension.

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Posted:
2014-11-02

danwilliams

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7.9

Are you ready for some football? Well, we hope so if you are spending some time reading a review for Madden NFL 15. The Madden football franchise has been steadily churning out games for a couple of decades now and they don't seem to be too keen on slowing down anytime soon. Despite some criticism for the way that they don't change too much between entries, this new Madden has critics talking. Released for the PS4, XB1, PS3, and Xbox 360 means that this game has a wide audience of gamers at its disposal. Let's take a look at the ways that Madden 15 rose above while also recognizing the things that they didn't quite get right.

One of the most telling aspects of a new football game is how well it plays right outside of the box. This means that you should be able to load it up without tinkering and enjoy a realistic football simulator. In past games this has been borderline impossible. Opposing AI has always been too good or too bad to put up much of a challenge in single player mode. In order to remedy this situation the Madden team installed a 'sliders' option that allowed players to change individual tendencies of the computer player. So with time and effort you could get a game the way it should have been before it was even put on the shelf. In NFL 15 the sliders you normally would adjust are no longer needed. Upon playing my first quarter of football in the game I realized how realistic and everything seemed to be. There were never unrealistic interceptions or constantly broken deep routes. The game was playable and lazy gamers, who didn't want to fuss with sliders, are definitely going to enjoy that aspect.

In terms of changes, Madden NFL 15 immediately addressed one of the core portions of the game: playing defense. For years many players of the Madden games believed that the defensive side of the game was a boring chore you had to deal with before you got the right to back to slinging the ball around. This is no longer the case. The guys behind Madden 15 seemingly put a whole lot of work into fixing what was wrong with their defense and it has paid dividends. First off you will notice that there is a new defensive camera that is geared toward the quarterback at all times. There is also a change in the way that your rusher attacks the line of scrimmage. You will get to experience some of the joys and frustrations of being on the defensive line. The final change that seemed worth mentioning was the way in which you tackled. You no longer were givaen the benefit of the doubt by being allowed to just run into your opponents. Now you have to decide where you want to tackle the ball carrier: Up low? High? This makes every tackle an ordeal and one that will push toward more and more strategy.

On the offensive side of the ball you will notice that there has been a new play calling system installed. You will no longer be offered an array of simplistic suggestions (fullback dive every time!) This new play calling takes the statistics of the opposing defense into consideration before devising a game plan. Do you have an opponent that likes to blitz on 1st and 10? If so then the play calling will push you toward the right kind of play to counter that defense. In doing so you will be able to score bigger plays when the time is right.

Of course no Madden game is complete without mentioning the revamped graphics, roster and campaign settings. You will see all of your new favorite players on the game and you will be seeing them in full glory. Madden 15 is a pretty game, at least on the field, and that should keep you interested with what you are seeing on the screen. The players on the field look decidedly next gen with intense detail to each piece of their uniform.

Despite the smooth new play calling and gorgeous graphics, Madden 15 still isn't the perfect game. Football fans would love to see more depth to certain aspects of the game like the franchise mode. Still, Madden 15 is easy to play and pretty to look at.

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Posted:
2014-11-02

danwilliams

Super Gamer Dude

7.9

Are you ready for some football? Well, we hope so if you are spending some time reading a review for Madden NFL 15. The Madden football franchise has been steadily churning out games for a couple of decades now and they don't seem to be too keen on slowing down anytime soon. Despite some criticism for the way that they don't change too much between entries, this new Madden has critics talking. Released for the PS4, XB1, PS3, and Xbox 360 means that this game has a wide audience of gamers at its disposal. Let's take a look at the ways that Madden 15 rose above while also recognizing the things that they didn't quite get right.

One of the most telling aspects of a new football game is how well it plays right outside of the box. This means that you should be able to load it up without tinkering and enjoy a realistic football simulator. In past games this has been borderline impossible. Opposing AI has always been too good or too bad to put up much of a challenge in single player mode. In order to remedy this situation the Madden team installed a 'sliders' option that allowed players to change individual tendencies of the computer player. So with time and effort you could get a game the way it should have been before it was even put on the shelf. In NFL 15 the sliders you normally would adjust are no longer needed. Upon playing my first quarter of football in the game I realized how realistic and everything seemed to be. There were never unrealistic interceptions or constantly broken deep routes. The game was playable and lazy gamers, who didn't want to fuss with sliders, are definitely going to enjoy that aspect.

In terms of changes, Madden NFL 15 immediately addressed one of the core portions of the game: playing defense. For years many players of the Madden games believed that the defensive side of the game was a boring chore you had to deal with before you got the right to back to slinging the ball around. This is no longer the case. The guys behind Madden 15 seemingly put a whole lot of work into fixing what was wrong with their defense and it has paid dividends. First off you will notice that there is a new defensive camera that is geared toward the quarterback at all times. There is also a change in the way that your rusher attacks the line of scrimmage. You will get to experience some of the joys and frustrations of being on the defensive line. The final change that seemed worth mentioning was the way in which you tackled. You no longer were givaen the benefit of the doubt by being allowed to just run into your opponents. Now you have to decide where you want to tackle the ball carrier: Up low? High? This makes every tackle an ordeal and one that will push toward more and more strategy.

On the offensive side of the ball you will notice that there has been a new play calling system installed. You will no longer be offered an array of simplistic suggestions (fullback dive every time!) This new play calling takes the statistics of the opposing defense into consideration before devising a game plan. Do you have an opponent that likes to blitz on 1st and 10? If so then the play calling will push you toward the right kind of play to counter that defense. In doing so you will be able to score bigger plays when the time is right.

Of course no Madden game is complete without mentioning the revamped graphics, roster and campaign settings. You will see all of your new favorite players on the game and you will be seeing them in full glory. Madden 15 is a pretty game, at least on the field, and that should keep you interested with what you are seeing on the screen. The players on the field look decidedly next gen with intense detail to each piece of their uniform.

Despite the smooth new play calling and gorgeous graphics, Madden 15 still isn't the perfect game. Football fans would love to see more depth to certain aspects of the game like the franchise mode. Still, Madden 15 is easy to play and pretty to look at.

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Posted:
2014-11-02

danwilliams

Super Gamer Dude

7.9

Are you ready for some football? Well, we hope so if you are spending some time reading a review for Madden NFL 15. The Madden football franchise has been steadily churning out games for a couple of decades now and they don't seem to be too keen on slowing down anytime soon. Despite some criticism for the way that they don't change too much between entries, this new Madden has critics talking. Released for the PS4, XB1, PS3, and Xbox 360 means that this game has a wide audience of gamers at its disposal. Let's take a look at the ways that Madden 15 rose above while also recognizing the things that they didn't quite get right.

One of the most telling aspects of a new football game is how well it plays right outside of the box. This means that you should be able to load it up without tinkering and enjoy a realistic football simulator. In past games this has been borderline impossible. Opposing AI has always been too good or too bad to put up much of a challenge in single player mode. In order to remedy this situation the Madden team installed a 'sliders' option that allowed players to change individual tendencies of the computer player. So with time and effort you could get a game the way it should have been before it was even put on the shelf. In NFL 15 the sliders you normally would adjust are no longer needed. Upon playing my first quarter of football in the game I realized how realistic and everything seemed to be. There were never unrealistic interceptions or constantly broken deep routes. The game was playable and lazy gamers, who didn't want to fuss with sliders, are definitely going to enjoy that aspect.

In terms of changes, Madden NFL 15 immediately addressed one of the core portions of the game: playing defense. For years many players of the Madden games believed that the defensive side of the game was a boring chore you had to deal with before you got the right to back to slinging the ball around. This is no longer the case. The guys behind Madden 15 seemingly put a whole lot of work into fixing what was wrong with their defense and it has paid dividends. First off you will notice that there is a new defensive camera that is geared toward the quarterback at all times. There is also a change in the way that your rusher attacks the line of scrimmage. You will get to experience some of the joys and frustrations of being on the defensive line. The final change that seemed worth mentioning was the way in which you tackled. You no longer were givaen the benefit of the doubt by being allowed to just run into your opponents. Now you have to decide where you want to tackle the ball carrier: Up low? High? This makes every tackle an ordeal and one that will push toward more and more strategy.

On the offensive side of the ball you will notice that there has been a new play calling system installed. You will no longer be offered an array of simplistic suggestions (fullback dive every time!) This new play calling takes the statistics of the opposing defense into consideration before devising a game plan. Do you have an opponent that likes to blitz on 1st and 10? If so then the play calling will push you toward the right kind of play to counter that defense. In doing so you will be able to score bigger plays when the time is right.

Of course no Madden game is complete without mentioning the revamped graphics, roster and campaign settings. You will see all of your new favorite players on the game and you will be seeing them in full glory. Madden 15 is a pretty game, at least on the field, and that should keep you interested with what you are seeing on the screen. The players on the field look decidedly next gen with intense detail to each piece of their uniform.

Despite the smooth new play calling and gorgeous graphics, Madden 15 still isn't the perfect game. Football fans would love to see more depth to certain aspects of the game like the franchise mode. Still, Madden 15 is easy to play and pretty to look at.

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Posted:
2014-11-02

danwilliams

Super Gamer Dude

7.9

Are you ready for some football? Well, we hope so if you are spending some time reading a review for Madden NFL 15. The Madden football franchise has been steadily churning out games for a couple of decades now and they don't seem to be too keen on slowing down anytime soon. Despite some criticism for the way that they don't change too much between entries, this new Madden has critics talking. Released for the PS4, XB1, PS3, and Xbox 360 means that this game has a wide audience of gamers at its disposal. Let's take a look at the ways that Madden 15 rose above while also recognizing the things that they didn't quite get right.

One of the most telling aspects of a new football game is how well it plays right outside of the box. This means that you should be able to load it up without tinkering and enjoy a realistic football simulator. In past games this has been borderline impossible. Opposing AI has always been too good or too bad to put up much of a challenge in single player mode. In order to remedy this situation the Madden team installed a 'sliders' option that allowed players to change individual tendencies of the computer player. So with time and effort you could get a game the way it should have been before it was even put on the shelf. In NFL 15 the sliders you normally would adjust are no longer needed. Upon playing my first quarter of football in the game I realized how realistic and everything seemed to be. There were never unrealistic interceptions or constantly broken deep routes. The game was playable and lazy gamers, who didn't want to fuss with sliders, are definitely going to enjoy that aspect.

In terms of changes, Madden NFL 15 immediately addressed one of the core portions of the game: playing defense. For years many players of the Madden games believed that the defensive side of the game was a boring chore you had to deal with before you got the right to back to slinging the ball around. This is no longer the case. The guys behind Madden 15 seemingly put a whole lot of work into fixing what was wrong with their defense and it has paid dividends. First off you will notice that there is a new defensive camera that is geared toward the quarterback at all times. There is also a change in the way that your rusher attacks the line of scrimmage. You will get to experience some of the joys and frustrations of being on the defensive line. The final change that seemed worth mentioning was the way in which you tackled. You no longer were givaen the benefit of the doubt by being allowed to just run into your opponents. Now you have to decide where you want to tackle the ball carrier: Up low? High? This makes every tackle an ordeal and one that will push toward more and more strategy.

On the offensive side of the ball you will notice that there has been a new play calling system installed. You will no longer be offered an array of simplistic suggestions (fullback dive every time!) This new play calling takes the statistics of the opposing defense into consideration before devising a game plan. Do you have an opponent that likes to blitz on 1st and 10? If so then the play calling will push you toward the right kind of play to counter that defense. In doing so you will be able to score bigger plays when the time is right.

Of course no Madden game is complete without mentioning the revamped graphics, roster and campaign settings. You will see all of your new favorite players on the game and you will be seeing them in full glory. Madden 15 is a pretty game, at least on the field, and that should keep you interested with what you are seeing on the screen. The players on the field look decidedly next gen with intense detail to each piece of their uniform.

Despite the smooth new play calling and gorgeous graphics, Madden 15 still isn't the perfect game. Football fans would love to see more depth to certain aspects of the game like the franchise mode. Still, Madden 15 is easy to play and pretty to look at.