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The Bad Man I am a sports gamer. If a sports game is released, I play it.

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MLB 12 The Show Review

May 1st, 2012 | by The Bad Man

Major League Baseball’s spring training is amongst us again and once again, the millions of fans can enjoy America’s Pastime.

MLB 11: The Show Review

April 7th, 2011 | by The Bad Man

The smell of fresh cut grass. The distant sounds of birds chirping. Flowers budding, sprinklers watering lawns, and digging shorts out of the closet. It’s almost springtime, which means only one thing; it’s time to play ball! The beginning of Major League Baseball’s spring training also marks the release of MLB 11 The Show. The Show’s dominance in the baseball gaming genre is once again unchallenged with the release of their latest installment. Check out the link for our full review

WWE SVR 2011: What We Know So Far

August 19th, 2010 | by The Bad Man

Having sold more than 50 million units worldwide, the renowned WWE simulation experience and annual centrepiece in THQ's expanding WWE videogame portfolio returns to define the ultimate WWE moments and give players even greater creative and decision-making freedom throughout their storied journeys within WWE.  WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2011 will empower players more than ever to define their gameplay experiences in a dynamic and ever-changing WWE.

Review: Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty

August 18th, 2010 | by The Bad Man


As a gamer, Tuesdays have always been special to me. New game releases, patches and new content for one’s I’ve been playing, and that inevitable queue when trying to get in to your WoW server… In the past people asked, “Where were you July 20th 1969, the day we put a man on the moon.” In the future we will ask, “Where were you July 27th 2010.” I’ll give you a hint where I was, it starts with ‘Gamesto.’ Yes that’s right I was on line with another 300 people at my local Gamestop waiting for a game that was more than a decade in the making Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty.

NCAA Football 2011 Review

July 19th, 2010 | by The Bad Man

There are 120 teams in College Football's FBS division, so it makes sense that the tag-line for NCAA Football 2011 is "120 Ways To Win."  As many college football fans know, each team is unique in their play calling strategy as well as the formations and tempo of the game.  These variables are now available to the player to use at their disposal.

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