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Kinect Sports Review

Posted by on Nov 20, 2010 in Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Games | 0 comments

Kinect Sports is the first controller-free sports game to track the whole of your body using Microsoft latest motion sensing controller – Kinect Sensor. This video game is quite different from any other game you have played whether on Wii or PS3 in that it more involving. Featured in this game are the following sports: soccer, beach volleyball, bowling, table tennis, track and field, and boxing all having different level of challenges and skill sets for all players.The video game can be played in single player mode against the computer or in multiplayer mode either online or with family and friends The nearest rival to this video game appears to be Wii Sports but when compared against each other, Kinect Sports comes up top in these areas: 1. Wii Sports requires the use of a controller and the needs...

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Call of Duty Black OPS review

Posted by on Nov 16, 2010 in DS Games, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, PS3, PS3 Games, Wii games, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Games | 0 comments

Call of Duty Black OPS is a first shooter video game available on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii and Nintendo DS consoles. Published by Activision, the game is an advancement on the Call of Duty: World at War video game. Call of Duty Black OPS centers around the Cold War era of the 1960’s and features Kennedy’s assassination among the other American obsessions like Cuba and Vietnam. For most part of this game you will be playing the role of Alex Mason a Studies and Observations Group (SOG) operator who is tortured and force to revisit his past military operations. One of the major advancements in this installment of the Call of Duty series is in the Killstreak Rewards – rewards that players earn for making kills in a row without dying. These rewards are now stackable like in...

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Seven New Features In FIFA 11

Posted by on Nov 9, 2010 in DS Games, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, PS3, PS3 Games, Wii games, Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Games | 0 comments

FIFA 11 is the 19th edition of EA’s football series of video games and was first released in North America on the 28 September 2010. This edition of the game features a number of exciting enhancements to any lover of is prequel – FIFA 10 and is available on all major consoles. FIFA 11 video game prices varies depending on the type of console but generally are between £24 and £40. Below I outline the host of improvements in FIFA 11: 1. A new Personality+ system that allows gamers to imitate a player’s character as though they were in real life. You can now behave like your favourite football player while playing the game. 2. A beefed up goalkeepers intelligence that adds an extra dimension to the game. Goalkeepers now have a better perception and can pull off some...

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