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Jayesh Shinde
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Posted on: Oct 25, 2012 17:25:10 IST
 
 
Pro Evolution Soccer is always bit of an enigma. While it’s perpetually hamstrung by lack of official licenses to deliver the kind of gloss and razzmatazz FIFA titles tout time and again, PES (Pro Evolution Soccer) games have always excelled where it mattered most (to purists at least): playing the game on the field.A game of PES will deliver the kind of excitement that FIFA titles still try hard to emulate, but the football simulator game from Konami isn’t without its share of frustrating moments. And it follows a familiar script with FIFA 13 as well, full of highs and lows.The newKonami hasn’t changed the PES 2013 recipe all that much, as a result PES 2013 bears an overbearing resemblance to its predecessor. It’s both good and bad. The game, for instance, has a...
 
 
 
 
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Nimish Dubey
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Posted on: Oct 19, 2012 19:12:48 IST
 
 
Videogames and controversy have always travelled hand-in-hand. And this relationship goes back to well before the days of GTA 3. As sage heads (all those above the age of thirty) will tell you, “Much before GTA 3, there was Carmageddon.” The game was released in 1997 and became a runaway hit, delighting users with its simple interface and shocking conservative souls with its penchant for violence. You see, your success in the game depended not only on how fast you drove but also on the damage you inflicted on all who came (and even those who did not come) into your path. It was a bit like Road Rash meets Need for Speed, with a dollop of gore added for good measure.And well, as in the case of many classic titles (we covered a few in an earlier article), Carmageddon too has...




 
 
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Nimish Dubey
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Posted on: Oct 05, 2012 17:12:45 IST
 
 
What is more regular than the monsoons and is sure to descend on your mobile devices in the third quarter of every year? Yep, we are talking of EA’s FIFA series of football games that have pretty much become a regular feature of the mobile gamer’s calendar over the past few years. And 2012 is no exception. The football season in Europe has barely got into its first few weeks and we have a new spanking football title from EA for iOS devices, with an Android avatar expected shortly as well. On offer are the usual official team franchises, real team sheets and more eye candy than ever before.Mind you, it does not come cheap - we had to part with $ 6.99 to get it on our iPad and iPhone 4S (it is a universal app, praise be) and then spent close to a day patiently waiting for all...
 
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