Archive for category Sports Champions
After the review of Sports Champions was finished, IGN decided to compare WM+ and Move by analyzing their flagship titles (Wii Sports Resorts and Sports Champions) since they have some overlapping activities to see what each of the PS and Nintendo Editors of the site had to say about these two pieces of technology.
We just need 60 more fans on our Facebook page to make this giveaway happen! Here is a quick video of the prizes I picked up moments ago!
Jeremy Ray, the producer on Sports Champions has blessed us with another video today. Today he gives us Disc Golf. I didn’t really care for this game that much, but it looks pretty fun, especially if you are playing against friends.
Tomorrow we are going to get Table Tennis, not sure if I am going to be watching it since I will be busy playing it.
Yesterday we gave you guys a video that our very own mairondil created of him playing Gladiator Duel which will be a game on the Sports Champions Blu-ray. Even though he did an awesome job showing you how cool the game looks, I thought it would be good for you to see a video that the Official PS3 Blog created.
I’ve posted several videos on YouTube over the last few weeks showing some of the game play for PlayStation’s new Move controller. With my last one, I compared Sports Champions Table Tennis verses Wii Sports Resort Table Tennis in a split screen video. When I picked up Sports Champions the other day, I was blown away with the Gladiator Duel that was in it. I said to my friend “This is the game that every Mortal Kombat / Street Fighter / Tekken type button mashing fighting game wants to be when it grows up.” To which he whole heartedly agreed. Showing normal game play footage doesn’t express the the full experience of this game. So I decided a new approach to put together a game play video. Using both cameras I have, I set one on the TV and one on myself and recorded a quick game.
The only thing I can find that’s missing is an online mode. If Zindagi could add that, this game would be on everyone who owns a PlayStation’s wishlist, and even those that don’t own a PlayStation.