Reviews and Problems with Greg Hastings' Tournament Paintball Max'd
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NHL 2K7 Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: I have a feeling that NHL 2K7 is the filler game that will hopefully get 2K through to 2K8, when they can redefine hockey gaming forever. Keep your fingers crossed. While the animations and physics are vastly improved, there’s too little else to like with this series. A general art direction overhaul seems to be in order, plus, a bit of A.I. tweaking could cut down on all-world goaltending occurring on any difficulty level.
Summary: This is one of the best Madden title's we have ever played. EA has finally conquered the challenges of developing for the next generation of consoles and has brought all of their football simulation development experience to bear on this title. If we see this kind of growth from year to year in the near future, there is nothing stopping Madden from continuing its rightful dominance of the football simulation genre of sports games. Long live the king!
Conclusion: Max’d effectively captures the mix of intensity and excitement, and properly using cover in arena paintball, and in the end it’s only limited by the confines of the sport itself. It can be a blast in multiplayer and especially online provided the game develops a solid fan base. However, the release of the Xbox 360 means that this is potentially unlikely. It isn’t really different enough from the first game to encourage a re-buy, either.