FIFA 15 (3DS)
Sports 23 September 2014
Another edition of a popular soccer game series, whose consecutive installments have been appearing yearly for over two decades, developed a Canadian giant and its subsidiary EA Sports. Traditionally, the game offers a full spectrum of single and multiplayer modes, including Be a Pro and the Tournaments returning after an absence in previous iterations. The new edition is more dynamic than its predecessor and brings about a wide array of changes, such as improved AI, new tactical options, and more freedom in the set pieces. Since FIFA 15 is the first game in the series released on the eight generation consoles and powered by the advanced Ignite engine, the most visible changes are related to the graphics. The ones standing out are remodeled players, accurately imitating profiles and faces of their real-life counterparts. Players react properly to the situation on the pitch, argue with the referee, or scuffle with opponents.
FIFA 14 (3DS)
Sports 24 September 2013
A soccer simulation game, and the 21st installment in the FIFA series. The game was created by EA Canada development studio. As always, you can control players from your favorite teams in matches against living opponents or computer AI. FIFA 14's data base contains 15 thousand footballers from several dozen leagues from all over the world. As compared with the previous FIFA games, FIFA 14 brings about some crucial changes to gameplay mechanics, including improved ball physics. Furthermore, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions employ a new game engine, called Ignite (used also in Madden NFL 25), that ensures high quality graphics.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 (3DS)
Sports 20 September 2013
Thirteenth installment in the soccer simulation game series Pro Evolution Soccer, started and developed by the Konami company. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 lets the players take control of the world’s best soccer teams from prestigious leagues. PES Productions studio aimed to introduce a score of modifications to gameplay mechanics in order to make the game more compelling. The novelties include more precise control over individual players and a whole spectrum of tricks and moves you can use during virtual matches. The game is powered by a modified version of the Fox Engine (also used in Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain), featuring significantly improved 3D graphics.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (3DS)
Sports 26 February 2011
A new installment of the popular football series developed by an internal studio of Konami led by Shingo “Seabass” Taktsuki. Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 introduces new gameplay modes and improved match mechanics, including new passing mechanics – from now on, the player has to choose the direction and the strength of the pass. The authors reworked tactical options, adding instructions for different phases of the match and the current score, as well as introduced a stadium editor and a gift shop. The game received new animations and improved looks of both stadiums and players. The 2011 edition holds the license for France’s Ligue 1 and Netherlands’ Eredivisie, with the remaining teams maintaining placeholder names.
Mario Sports Superstars (3DS)
Sports 10 March 2017
A sports game created by Camelot Co. Ltd., specifically for Nintendo 3DS. The game offers various sports disciplines, such as football, horse racing, golf, baseball or tennis. Each discipline can be viewed as a separate game, and the contestants are represented by characters such as the titular Mario, Luigi, and other Nintendo characters. Apart from the single-player mode, Mario Sports Superstars also features competition-oriented multiplayer equivalents (playable online or via local network). The game utilizes the unique capabilities of the console's 3D screen, but also makes use of the touch screen.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (3DS)
Sports 10 February 2012
Flick Golf 3D (3DS)
Sports 09 April 2015
Flick Golf 3D is a special edition of a popular mobile sports game developed for Nintendo 3DS. The game mechanics are almost identical to its mobile version, the only difference being the fact that now they can employ the console’s 3D capabilities. Rules of the game are a slightly simplified version of those from the actual golf matches. We have to use the console's touch screen to sink a perfect hole in one. We also have to take under consideration the wind speed and direction, and obstacles, such as water, sand, or trees. There are three game modes available: you can beat high scores across six courses in Quickshot mode, compete for trophies in World Tour mode, and try yourself in Quickshot Pro. Flick Golf 3D uses both screens of Nintendo 3DS. We can adjust the 3D depth during the game, which makes it easier for us to estimate the ball's position on the course and plan the perfect hit.