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At last, Molineux in a football game!

[Games] Modding Pro Evo 6

Aside from emulation, and the odd PC-exclusive like Starcraft II, the only compelling reason to own a gaming-capable Windows machine is the joy of modding. For the uninitiated, modding is that art of tinkering with a game’s content to either add new maps or characters (as is often the case with first person shooters), to […]

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[Games] FIFA 12 Wishlist

Somewhere in Canada (Burnaby, British Columbia to be precise) a talented team of EA developers are busily beavering away over the what will doubtless be the UK’s Christmas gaming number one. For years now FIFA has dominated the festive software charts, and there’s no reason to expect this year will be any different. In fact […]

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[Retro] The Beautiful Games: Actua Soccer

The Beautiful Games is a new series offering a retrospective on the seminal titles in the history of videogaming football. Each article looks at a series or title that advanced the art of computer or console soccer simulation, in this case Actua Soccer, which was released on the PC, PlayStation. Mac and Saturn. When we […]

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[Retro] The Beautiful Games: Sensible Soccer

The Beautiful Games is a new series offering a retrospective on the seminal titles in the history of videogaming football. Each article looks at a series or title that advanced the art of computer or console soccer simulation, in this case the legendary Sensible Soccer on the Amiga, and other 16-bit consoles and computers. While […]

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[Retro] The Beautiful Games: Kick Off

The Beautiful Games is a new series offering a retrospective on the seminal titles in the history of videogaming football. Each article looks at a series or title that advanced the art of computer or console soccer simulation, beginning with Anco’s Kick Off on the Amiga and ST. Back in the late eighties football games […]

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[Games] Fifa 11 Review

So it rolls around to that time of year again when I tuck away my thoughts of rebellion against our corporate overlords and their incremental annual sports updates and pony up the dough for the latest copy of FIFA. Cos, you know, it just seems wrong for Tevez to still be at Man United now. […]

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