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It is well known in the gaming community that many videogames tend to polarise opinions in a fairly substantial manner. Some people will swear blind that Counter Strike: Source was the only way to go for the massively popular online shooter, whereas loyalists shunned the new look, overhauled physics, and generally unfamiliar feel of the whole thing. No video game franchises have ever divided a fan base as much as the FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer, however (aside from maybe the BAFTA award win of New Star Soccer). I’m sure that if you took 1000 football game fans and popped them in a room with as many PS3s and copies of both game for an extended period of time, you would return to a WW1 trenches-like scenario with FIFA fans launching PS3 controllers at their rivals, and PES fans garrotting FIFA fans with HDMI cables in no-mans land. That’s how it plays out in my head, anyway, but since I consider PES to be the Axis forces, I’ve always gotten along with the FIFA allies so here is what we know about the soon-to-be released football masterpiece.
Sports Heads Football European Edition
If like many people (including me) you require some kind of quirk or unique feature to make sports games interesting, then you may be delighted to hear that Sports Heads Football: European Championship has just the eccentricity you’re looking for. Far from the 90 minute snooze-fest of regular football, this game is a quick-fire, minute-a-match scenario featuring 1 vs. 1 gameplay that involves goals, goals, and shockingly, even more goals, and game-changing power-ups to boot (more puns to follow).
Sports Heads Football
Football fans looking for a distinctly average football title that falls within a “standard” category of entertainment need not proceed beyond this point; Sports Heads Football takes the sport in a completely different direction by combining the swift back-and-forth of tennis with the essential features of football. Short matches, large quantities of goals, and even some mid-games are to be expected as standard in this game that doesn’t leave even one second spare for boredom.
Jumpers for Goalposts
If you’re in the mood for more than just a bit of a kick-about, it could be Jumpers for Goalposts that is the title to entertain you. Assume control of a young footballer’s career, improving his skills to get him signed to club where you must balance your professional and personal life whilst trying to make it all the way to the top.
Jumpers for Goalposts 3
Jumpers for Goalpost 3 is a career simulation that pays attention to the details, requiring that you deal with an agent, keep your club/manager happy, and also live your life a little as well. Also, don’t forget to practice and refine your skills to increase your appeal to clubs wishing to sign the next big star.
Jumpers for Goalposts 90s
Speculating about a game is one thing, but when you actually have solid information on a game, it is difficult not to become excited about it. Mousebreaker have already stated that they are working on two sequels to the most recent title in the much-loved series, Jumpers for Goalposts 4 simultaneously, with development on the much-anticipated Jumpers for Goalposts 5 running in parallel to the more imminent Jumpers for Goalposts 90, which is going to take us on a journey back in time to a decade that we were all attempting to forget, with all of the clothing, style, and more importantly, the football teams of that era. There is just something about a game going back to the past that fascinates us, and portraying historical football events by allowing us to relive the ascendance and decline of various football clubs and their players at the time is too much of an opportunity for football fans to turn their season tickets up at. This article is basically about what we know so far about what to expect from the game.
Football Tycoon 3
The Football Tycoon series allows you to focus on the simulation of the behind-the-scenes dealings of a football club, allowing you to take the honest path or involve yourself in some shadier activities such as bribery and general corruption. Whether you take the dark side or not, this behind-the-curtains focus made the game an extremely popular choice for football fans to play and its greatness most definitely deserves a sequel. Here are a few features that would taste great drizzled over the football management pie of Football Tycoon 3.