Excerpt: Pool Nation is now available on the PlayStation Network and was released on the Xbox Live Marketplace in October of last year (2012). The game has been developed by CherryPop Games. Pool Nation allows you to play games of virtual pool without breaking the bank or even having to leave the comfort of your own home. The game's tutorials help give a handle on the gameplay mechanics for various types of shots you can make.
Conclusion: It's hard to see why you'd need multiple billiards games, but Pool Nation is a fine choice if you are just looking for a way into the genre. Solid physics and solid design are all you really need and you'll get that and more here.
Excerpt: Pool Nation first saw its release on Xbox Live in the dying months of last year, and was well received critically. Now CherryPop Games have brought the game to another system in the form of a PS3 version, which is now available to download on Sony’s PlayStation Network. Pool Nation is the England-based developer’s very first game, and, as you’ll find out in this review, it’s a rather good first effort.
Excerpt: Pool. Possibly the only subject I can’t write a scathing or particularly shining opening paragraph for. As a slightly deranged completionist, there is something compelling about cleaning a table through thwacking objects with sticks, especially when placed under a competitive spotlight.
Excerpt: Pool Nation was originally released on Xbox Live around the end of last year by CherryPop Games. The game is the developer’s first title and now Pool Nation is coming over to PSN. What has been created is an incredibly good looking yet often frustrating pool game; one in which you are expected to be amazing at pool, just like the AI.
Pros: Incredibly good looking game., Decent amount of game types in multiplayer., Endurance Mode is brilliant.
Cons: Aggressive AI meaning you can lose a match without taking a shot, No real differing styles between AI opponents.
Conclusion: Les jeux de billard sons rares, les bons jeux de billard encore plus. Pool Nation est donc un oiseau rare qu’il serait dommage de bouder malgré certains défauts un peu irritants. Pour peu que vous trouviez un partenaire de jeu ou qu’affronter une I.A. experte ne vous fasse pas peur, Pool Nation vous assurera de longues soirées de divertissement. Pour les autres, il est aussi un bon moyen d’apprendre à jouer « à la dure » si tant est que vous ne soyez pas mauvais perdant.
Pros: D’excellentes sensations de billard, Graphiquement sublime, Contenu conséquent
Cons: Manque de contrôle sur la caméra, L’ I.A. est sans pitié, Peu de personnes sur le live