Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 – PC Review

Rating: 35/100

Review: The PC version released miserably. No online features (yet) no updates (outdated rosters) Neymar is still at Barca. It’s the biggest damn transfer in the world. No communication from PES or Konami’s side. Just postpone a release if you can’t manage it.

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FIFA 18 – Everything You Need to Know

FIFA 18 is a football simulation video game in the FIFA series developed and published by Electronic Arts, which is scheduled to be released on 29 September 2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

It will be the 25th installment in the FIFA series. This is will be the second FIFA game in the series to use the Frostbite game engine. Cristiano Ronaldo will serve as the cover athlete on the game. Once again, the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions will not match up to their PS4 and Xbox One counterparts and will not include The Journey. The Nintendo Switch version is a custom build port, and Electronic Arts claims it to be “the most technologically-advanced portable FIFA experience ever”, despite also missing features like The Journey.

Commentary is once again provided by Martin Tyler and Alan Smith.

The Journey: Hunter’s Return

In last season’s game The Journey was introduced a new single-player story campaign mode for PS4, Xbox One and Windows will also continue in this in this series. If one completed the original story, they will begin FIFA 18 at the same club – with traits and honours, such as a Premier League title or FA Cup win are carried over. As for those starting afresh they will see a montage of key plot points, then be able to select from any current English Premier League side.

In this year’s edition, Alex Hunter, the 18-year-old main character from Clapham, London, returns and is fully customisable. Players will have to unlock items which include new clothes and hairstyles for Hunter.

While FIFA 17 locked Hunter to the English Premier League and Championship, EA announced that this time players will get to experience “the world of football”, with Brazil and the USA among the new locations. In the teaser trailer shows Hunter in a Real Madrid kit on a television in the background. The trailer is centred around whether or not Hunter will join a new club ahead of season two, with one newspaper clipping suggesting a “world-record move” is on the cards. Ronaldo also features in The Journey 2 as part of Alex Hunter’s comeback story

Development and release

Cristiano Ronaldo was announced as the official face of the game.
FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Icons

FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Icons, the new version of what has previously been called Legends which was only available for Xbox One, will now be playable in gamers’ Ultimate Teams on PS4, Xbox One and PC. EA announced that it will be including numerous iconic players from football history, which FIFA 18 players will be able to use in Ultimate Team. The announced FIFA 18 Icons so far include Brazilian Ronaldo whose pace and finishing made him a three-time Ballon d’Or winner, Diego Maradonaone of the greatest dribblers of all time,Thierry Henry] one of the Premier League’s all-time greats and an Arsenal legend, Lev Yashinwho earned the nickname “Black Spider”. He spent 20 years at Dynamo Moscow,making 270 clean sheetsand saving over 150 penalties and Pelé known as one of the greatest footballers of all time. More FIFA 18 Icons will be announced in the months leading up to FIFA 18’s release date.
Nintendo Switch version

On January 12, 2017, during the Nintendo Switch Presentation, EA announced a custom-built port of FIFA 18 on the Nintendo Switch console, set for release on the same day as the other consoles. Due to the weaker power of the Switch in contrast to the PS4 and Xbox One, it will run on an internal EA engine, as opposed to the EA DICE Frostbite Engine. As a result of this omission, the Switch version will also exclude the Journey: Hunter Returns, the second season of the story mode introduced in FIFA 17. The Switch version will run at a resolution of 1080p/60fps when docked to a TV, and 720p/60fps in handheld/tabletop mode. However, outside of the Journey mode exclusion, FIFA 18 on Switch will feature every other staple mode, including Career Mode, which is not explicitly referred to as Be A Pro mode from FIFA 17 by EA. The Switch version will mark the first time Ultimate Team ever made an appearance on a Nintendo system. Features exclusive to the Switch version include local multiplayer in the form of the new mode Local Seasons, allowing up to 4 Nintendo Switches to connect and compete in a five-match sequence. Another mode exclusive to Switch is the Switch Kick-Off mode, allowing players to instantly get into local/solo matches.

While FIFA 17 featured more than 70 stadiums including the likes of the Santiago Bernabéu, Juventus Stadium and Allianz Arena, there were some notable names missing in the series. FIFA 18 features 52 fully licensed stadiums from 12 countries, including new stadiums, plus 30 generic fields equals to a total of 82. All 20 Premier League stadiums are represented in the series which means that newly prompted teams for the 2017/18 season, Brighton & Hove Albion’s home ground the Amex Stadium and Huddersfield Town’s home ground the John Smith’s Stadium have been added and also LA Galaxy’s StubHub Center.  Camp Nou is a notable omission as PES have exclusive rights.White Hart Lane will not feature as Tottenham have now moved to Wembley.

FIFA 18 – Real Player Motion Technology

Real Player Motion Technology is a new feature to FIFA 18. Here you can find out how this new feature work in FIFA 18.

FIFA 18 introduces Real Player Motion Technology – the system behind biggest step in gameplay innovation in franchise history. The all-new animation system unlocks the next level of responsiveness, and player personality – now Cristiano Ronaldo and other top players feel and move exactly like they do on the real pitch.
Player Personality

Ronaldo’s signature sprint, Sterling’s unique turns, and Griezmann’s technique are all immediately recognizable in FIFA 18. For the first time ever, real-world movements, size and attributes inform how a player moves, allowing you to feel the life-like tendencies of the world’s best.
Dribbling Overhaul

New dribbling mechanics allow the best players to inject more creativity into 1v1 situations. Take more defined touches, make tighter turns, and explode into attack more dynamically than ever before.
Gameplay Fueled by Cristiano Ronaldo

Back-to-back European Champion, Cristiano Ronaldo fuels FIFA 18 gameplay innovation. Motion data capture of Ronaldo’s acceleration, run cadence, skills, and shooting technique have informed gameplay elements like fluidity, player responsiveness and explosiveness.

FIFA 18 Pre-Order

FIFA 18 hits store shelves on 29 September 2017. Start your season on the front foot with these pre-order offers and play the game 3 days in advance. FIFA 18 Pre-Order is available in three editions:

  • Ronaldo Edition
  • ICON Edition
  • Standard Edition

FIFA 18 Pre-order Prices and Order Links

Platform Standard Edition ICON Edition Ronaldo Edition
PS4 $59.99 $99.99 $79.99
Xbox One $59.99 $99.99 $79.99
PC (Windows) $59.99 $99.99 $79.99

FIFA 18 Pre-order Bonuses

Ronaldo Edition – $79.99

Pre-order and receive 3-Days Early Access and up to $60 worth of Jumbo Premium Gold FUT packs:

  • Three Days Early Access (Early Access on Sept 26)
  • Cristiano Ronaldo 5-match FUT Loan
  • 20 Jumbo Premium Gold packs (1 per week over 20 weeks)
  • 8 Special Edition FUT Kits

Buy & Download Links

    ICON Edition – $99.00

    Pre-order and receive 3-Days Early Access and up to $120 worth of Jumbo Premium Gold FUT packs

    • Three Days Early Access (Early Access on Sept 26)
    • Ronaldo Nazário Icon 5-match FUT Loan
    • Cristiano Ronaldo 5-match FUT Loan
    • 40 Jumbo Premium Gold packs (2 per week over 20 weeks)
    • 20 TOTW Loan Player Packs (One 3-match TOTW Loan Player per week over 20 weeks)
    • 8 Special Edition FUT Kits
    Buy & Download Links

    Mech League Boxing – PC Reviews and System Requirements

    Mech League Boxing is a  2017 first person boxing game released for PC.

    APG Rating: 60/100 – Average Boxing Game

    OS: Windows 7 or greater
    Processor: Intel i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 equivalent or greater.
    Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX970, or AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or greater.
    DirectX: Version 11
    Storage: 4 GB available space

    OS: Windows 7 or greater
    Processor: Intel i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 equivalent or greater.
    Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX970, or AMD Radeon R9 290 equivalent or greater.
    DirectX: Version 11
    Storage: 4 GB available space

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 – PC Review (Pros – Cons)

    Pros – Intelligent A.I (They actually take shots now and are tough to beat.)
    Ball physics are far superior to fifa 17 ball physics
    More Animations, some really nice trapping ones
    Goalkeepers improved
    Collision with players improved
    Superior player individuality to FIFA

    Cons– Not same graphics as console version. Although konami did state months ago that it wouldn’t be same quality yet people seem to not realise this. Also mods on PES PATCH can rectify it to a degree so again for me not a deal breaker.

    Sidenote, for me licences are not a con as it is very easy to go onto PESPATCH.COM and download the strips there in one file.

    Denuvo Protection.

    Best Football game ever! Fifa dosn’t come close.

    Rating: 80/100

    NBA 2K17 – PC Review (Pros & Cons)

    -Handles are nasty this year
    -Post moves are smooth AF this year
    -MyCourt looks great
    -Endorsement Deals are amazing(Sign with Nike,Jordan,Adidas….)
    -Story Is amazing
    -Great interaction with AI, constantly getting messages from top players, my coach, team mates asking for a 1v1….
    -More precise upgrades, you want to be an athletic slasher pg then you can, a big man with post moves then why not. Last year it was max athleticism now its much more balanced
    -FAST LOADING TIMES, last year even on an ssd the loading times where sooooo slow, this year its almost instant
    -Listening into the coach during timeouts feels so realistic

    -Cant skip cutscenes
    -A few sound glitches
    -People are already 90+ overall in my park(Pay to win kind of)
    -Steals are too easy

    Highly recommend this if you are a fan of NBA.

    To the people complaining about lag spikes I havnt experienced any but I am running this on a
    i7 6700k paired with a gtx 1070.

    Pool Nation VR – PC Cover, Screens & System Requirements

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    Rating: 100/100

    GameInfo: Pool Nation VR demonstrates more than just how pool physics will be experienced in the VR space. Players are able to interact with all sorts of objects, create trickshots with any plates, bottles and other items in the pool hall, play virtual darts, and take part in the time-honored pastime of throwing empty beer bottles against the wall. With the most advanced proprietary physics engine honed for billiards realism, Pool Nation VR aims to deliver the most interactive VR pool experience in the most chilled VR hangout.

    System Requirements:


      • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer
      • Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD FX 8350 equivalent or greater
      • Memory: 4 GB RAM
      • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 970 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290 equivalent or greater
      • DirectX: Version 11
      • Storage: 2 GB available space

      • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer
      • Processor: Intel i5-4590 / AMD FX 8350 equivalent or greater
      • Memory: 8 GB RAM
      • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 980 / AMD Radeon™ R9 380 equivalent or greater
      • DirectX: Version 11
      • Storage: 2 GB available space


    Football Manager 2016 PC Review and System Requirements

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    I love football manager I really do but like most yearly releases you struggle to see the value of purchasing the what is 90% the same game year after year after year. And I am afraid it is even harder this year, The much boasted create a manager feature to put it gently is garbage not many options and when I tried to put myself in the game well I looked like a very dodgy regen with a creepy smile to be honest I preferred it when I could put my own picture in. A lot of things have been tweaked apparently but after 20 hours of playing can’t say I have noticed any. Glaring problems such as the match engine players being badly animated with players seeming to float across the pitch with out moving there legs and goal players doing stupid things, yes I know we get the odd howler in football but it is not this bad.

    Yes I am being harsh with this review and score but I love FM and want it to do better and hold it to a high standard all the way back to when I was playing when I was 13 signing Freddy Adu. To sum up I do not see any value in this installment and my big gripe about general laziness and minimal effort being put in remains from last year e.g same questions in interviews where we they have not even bothered to change the wording is dam lazy where such minimal effort has gone in every where else.

    Final thoughts: A lazy effort and I am dissapointed if you are a fool like me you will buy it every year then moan then buy it next year but if you are sensible buy FM15 and download a custom database for the latest transfers.

    Rating: 50/100

    System Requirements

    OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10
    Processor: Intel Pentium 4 Intel Core AMD Athlon 2.2GHz+
    Memory: 2 GB RAM
    Graphics: NVidia GeForce FX 5900 Ultra ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Intel GMA X3100 256MB VRAM
    DirectX: Version 9.0c
    Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
    Additional Notes: Earlier cards may only display 2D Match Viewer Mode and are not supported. Earlier cards may require the DirectX 9.0 SDK is installed to run the game. Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported.

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    Pool Nation FX Review and System Specs

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    The good:
    + nice atmosphere, has that dark pool hall feeling to it
    + excellent physics, it feels as though everything has more weight, which adds to realism
    + multiplayer with Steam friends supported
    + nice profile system to keep track of your stats
    + playing online for in-game cash is a good idea
    + Daily Bonus is a good idea
    + although I never cared much for trick shots before, the Artistic Pool section is quite good fun

    The bad:
    – menu system is messy
    – took a while to figure out that you have to pause the game first to be able to quit a match (Esc key doesn’t do anything)
    – Skill Centre doesn’t have interactive tutorials where you could practise a particular shot (the original had this)

    If you’re looking for a great pool/snooker game, look no further.

    System Requirements


      • OS: Windows: 64-Bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, or Newer: 64bit
      • Processor: 2 GHz Dual-Core 64-bit CPU
      • Memory: 2 GB RAM
      • Graphics: DirectX10 Compatible GPU with 1 GB Video RAM
      • DirectX: Version 10
      • Network: Broadband Internet connection
      • Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
      • Additional Notes: Xinput Supported Controllers

      • OS: Windows: 64-Bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1, or Newer: 64bit
      • Processor: 3.3Ghz Quad-Core
      • Memory: 8 GB RAM
      • Graphics: DirectX11 Compatible GPU with 4GB Video RAM
      • DirectX: Version 11
      • Hard Drive: 4 MB available space
      • Additional Notes: Xinput Supported Controllers
    GameInfo: Pool Nation FX is the ultimate Pool Simulator for Xbox One. Prepare yourself for pixel perfect physics, photo-realistic graphics and super detailed visuals in this truly immersive representation of the sport. Practice, spectate and play live matches seamlessly online, compete in Leagues, share, challenge and create epic trickshots within our exclusive Trickshot Editor, enrol in the Pool Nation Cup, explore our unique rule set customisation tool and re-discover this much-loved sport. Pool Nation FX flawlessly blends reality with the impossible, resulting in the finest example of digital pool you will ever play.

    FIFA 16 – PC Review and System Specs

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    Not a good game. They didn’t change anything for the better imo. The gameplay is still the same, it has not been greatly improved in any which way, same as before pretty much, possibly worse. Graphics are the same, cut scenes and replays still have horrible fps and lag, looks choppy as ever just like in past FIFA’s – how do they not fix this? It boggles the mind. The ai sucks, goalies suck, passing is lame, defending isn’t good – nothing new or innovating added here. The players still move like robots and even the shirts and shorts look like they’re made of plastic or frozen to the body, no realistic fluid movement on those fronts either. And that should be simple to fix, but they just leave it as it is year in and year out, I’m just scratching my head at how pathetic that is that they don’t want to fix simple things like this.

    The “Skill Games” suck, nothing new or interesting added to make it unique, same old boring crap, shooting, passing, defending bla bla bla……nothing exciting about it. The offline career mode sucks, they give you manager mode and player mode (from the player you create) what if I don’t want either of these? What if I just want to choose a realistic team, no create a player crap and play with them in career? Is that too much to ask for? The women’s teams are a good addition but with only 12 teams and no MLS or UEFA champions leagues of their own it leaves much to be desired.

    Not much else to add, it’s the same game from last year but probably worse in some respects. I’ve lost all hope in this franchise and I hope it dies off, they’re just stealing money every year buy adjusting it just a little to make it seem like it’s a “new” game but it’s not, it’s the same old same old crap.

    But I have to say this entire “next-gen” era has been a complete failure and disappointment. With only a couple of descent games, the consoles are under-powered and are not much better then their predecessors. A lot of games that we thought were gonna be great ended up being disasters. It’s really been a sad and depressing era for video games.

    Verdict: 20/100

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