Excerpt: for the Wii feels pure next-gen in its gameplay, more so than on any other system, even if many of the technical aspects still feel like a last generation effort. There are certainly kinks to work out, many of which seem to have been fixed in
Summary: You can say a great deal of things about America in its current state, but there are two things you can always bank on. One is the undying kindness of its inhabitants; the other is its frankly amazing sports.
Excerpt: Criticizing EA for releasing what is seemingly the same Madden year-over-year with minimal adjustments has become a sort of favourite past-time of mine. However, this year's entry into the Madden franchise was different, and oddly enough, an enormous improvement over previous years.
Conclusion: Madden of new, brings back the feel of Madden of old. For the first time in a long time, gamers are introduced to a new gameplay schematic, which produced an immersive and interactive experience.
Excerpt: Genre: Sports Publisher: Electronic Arts Developer: EA Games Release Date: November 14, 2006 Right off the bat, I should admit something: I'm not a big fan of sports. I don't rush to the TV every Sunday to watch the local football team (The Eagles, in this case), I couldn't tell you five players...
Excerpt: Everyone likes to get on EA for releasing the same sports games year after year. Indeed, the publisher is the king of incremental upgrades, but it also knows its consumers well, always adding just enough content to keep them coming back.