Every year there is a competition between FIFA and PES and most years I buy both at some stage. This year, however, I have bought both from the beginning and […]
The last few weeks of my gaming life have been spent trying to get to grips with one of my annual pleasures, the pilgrimage that is master league on the […]
With the amazing but flawed PES 2018 leading the way on the bigger consoles, FIFA 18 has found a strange home on the Nintendo Switch. Despite poor first impressions, a […]
When I review any football game, I am immediately reminded of my favourite advertising phrase. ‘If football is your only religion, worship at the ultimate altar.’ That was for PES […]
We are in for a treat this year. Both big football games are out and they are both glorious in their own ways. Instead of one is better than the other, let’s look at the difference in feel between the two. It’s very much like the difference between the Premier league and La Liga. Power versus skill.
It’s coming to that tine of year again. The two main football/soccer videogames are due to release and battle over sales, credibility and the hearts of casual football fans. The hardcore will say Football Manager is the true fans game, however these two have been at it for years, swapping ideologies and play style. Let’s look at the landmark titles down the years.