Archive for Tag: sports games
Sensible World of Soccer (X360-XBLA)
Reviews by Carl Houghton on
Yes, that's right. GameCola reviewed a sports game. A SOCCER game.
[NSFW] GC Podcast #82: GameCola Sports League
Podcasts by Alex Jedraszczak on
Warning: This podcast contains very little discussion of actual sports.
Localization Anxiety: Kunio-kun no Nekketsu Soccer League
Columns by Daniel Castro on
Nintendo World Cup wasn't the only Kunio-kun soccer game!
Fabricated News: The Xbox One
News Posts by Michael Gray on
Michael Gray gives us the latest about the new Xbox console!
Q&AmeCola: Sports Games
Columns by GameCola on
With all the quality reviews, delightful columns, and hard-hitting game journalism you can find here at GameCola, it's sometimes hard to believe that the site's written by regular people like you and
What the Crap?: Silly Sports Scarcity
Columns by Mark Freedman on
I know there isn't much sports chatter here @ GameCola, but sports games are a great chance for non-athletic types to juke, putt, dunk, slide tackle, punch, headbutt...whatever your taste may be. In the olden days, sports games weren't simulations; they were what started the idea of "arcade" style, meaning you could sit down with a group of people and play a sport in an unrealistic and fun way, but still stay true to the basic nature of the sport's rules. There's not really that many videogames that do this anymore, and I don't understand why. Such games have a wide audience of both sports fans and multiplayer-game fans, and they're so damn fun to play. If you want a realistic sports game, just watch a real-life sport!
Versus Mode: Virtual Boy, Online Pass, Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and More
Columns by GameCola on
Indie developer Tony "hotshot 10101" Pitman and GC's Eric Regan discuss the Virtual Boy, EA's Online Pass, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 characters, and more.
Captain Eric’s Psychic Thumb Feature Presentation
Columns by Eric Regan on
Well, well, well. It's that time of the month again, eh? The deadline of GameCola's slavedriver creeps up on me once again. Make no mistake: All this amazingness is very well-thought-out and ALWAYS in at least 1,000 days early.
The Ten Reasons: NHL Hitz 2003
Columns by Michael Gray on
Welcome to The Ten Reasons, the column where I list ten reasons why I like or dislike a particular game. Last time, I kinda ripped off the popular GameCola column Super Thumbs. But this time, I'm n