Realistically modeling a game so flooded with money that it has lost touch with reality.
It was one of those rare games that brought the mini-jocks and nerds together at school, and made my life a lot less difficult.
A lower-tier German club has allowed fans to vote on major decisions like signings, starting lineups, and ticket prices.
Racing management game based on Formula 1 makes an impressive leap from mobile devices to PC.
That’s what we’re calling it, for now. And this episode’s all about Sports Interactive’s amazingly successful management sim.
Even when playing the latest edition of everyone’s favourite football simulator, we will be confronted by the grim misery of Brexit. You get what you vote for, we suppose.
Total Extreme Wrestling’s community thrives dedicates time and energy for one goal—being able to tell their own story and rewrite history.
While the new versions feature a re-imagined present, the beauty of Championship Manager 99/00 is that now, 17 years after the fact, it's all about an alternate past.
Maybe Sports Interactive just couldn't be arsed modelling a winter World Cup?
Twelve brilliant British-made games from the past year and a bit, arranged into a pretend prize shortlist, exclusively because it's something to do.
How I discovered the joys of a sometimes confusing, often trope-ridden genre.