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Motorsports Manager takes the Checkered Flag

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Five laps to go. Your main driver is in the lead, but his engine is sounding a bit dodgy, his telemetry is off, and he’s got to shepherd his fuel to the finish line, while your other driver is in second, but wants to move up, and may not obey

Draft Day Sports Pro Basketball 2017 Reviewed!

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My Point Guard can’t stop taking reckless threes instead of hitting the open man on the fast break. My small forward and power forward aren’t speaking to each other, or if they do, they’re not doing so without a couple muttered expletives puncturing each sentence.. And my center just

Stepping back into history with Draft Day Sports Pro Basketball 2017…

So, with the new season underway, I have to admit, Durant joining the superteam that is the Golden State Warriors had made me fall out of love with the roundball game a bit, but it didn’t take long before fantastic finishes and great team play brought me back.

Review: Draft Day Sports College Basketball 16

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First off, I’m glad that I managed to avoid putting the English language words March and any word that indicates insanity, like, say, Madness in the title. Because we KNOW the NCAA has that trademarked, right?  Mustn’t upset the bastion of non-professional athletics. (snerk)

Review: Out of the Park Baseball 17

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There are kids who were born just before the first Out of the Park Baseball game  was made that are now eligible to vote. Each year, we say “I don’t know what they could possibly add to the game to make it better.” And they may have just done it again.

Review: Draft Day Sports: Pro Basketball 16

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As we get closer to the NBA playoffs, we’ve seen some historic things in the NBA this year. The quest for the Golden State Warriors going for 73 wins. Steph Curry’s monumental shooting from outside. And me trying to get the Boston Irish out of the first round of

Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division

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There’s so much to like about Tom Clancy’s The Division. They have done a very good job of bringing a near post-apocalyptic New York to life. The missions are logical and have good flavor. However, there’s one thing that I think the game must work on going forward, and

Review: Fire Emblem Fates

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I feel bad for my Nintendo 3DS. The system is pretty neat, but it’s been locked away in a drawer for several months, mostly because there’s not been anything that’s grabbed my interest. A new Fire Emblem game? You have my interest. 3 Campaigns? Now you have my attention.

Review: XCOM 2: Welcome Back, Commander

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So, now that my first complete run through of the game is behind me (yes, it was on easy.. but even then, it’s still ridiculously fun and hard at the same time.), it’s time to write a review. We are about 48 hours after it’s release, and I’ve played it for

First Impressions: 5.5 Hours into XCom 2..

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And I don’t want to go to bed. There’s enough there that it’s recognizably XCom, but there’s enough changed that tactics will be VERY different. And I love it because of it. How do I love XCom2? Let me count the Ways. After the Continue Reading Button of course.