Operation Sports Content
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
IGN has posted the following:
- NBA '08 Free6 Tutorial Video (PS3)
- FIFA 08 Preview (PS2)
"Perhaps one of the largest adjustments that's been made to FIFA 08 is the inclusion of new manual controls for your players. This year, players will have much more control over their through passes and crosses."
- skate Videos (360)
- FIBA in NBA Live 08 (Blog)
"FIBA World Championship Mode is an 8-team single elimination tournament that allows you to compete with any of the top international teams in the world or any of the 30 NBA teams. There are 8 international teams and they are: USA, Spain, France, China, Italy, Greece, Argentina, and Germany."
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Just in case you didn't know, the Skate demo is available on the Marketplace. Anyone try it out yet?
PSX Extreme has posted their preview of NHL 08.
"You’ll have to actually develop offensive game plans that require precision passing, taking defensemen out of position, and a variety of shots on goal. Because you won’t be able to net an easy score on breakaways all day long, you’ll have to set up an offense that might actually mirror that of a real-life hockey team. That’s right, team play will be a requirement in the face of this ramped up artificial intelligence. Furthermore, you can deke and pass all you want, but if you keep repeating the same tactic over and over, the AI will pick up on that and adapt accordingly. If you’re making a lot of long passes back and forth across the ice, the other team might fall back into a zone in an attempt to pick them off “in transit.” If one of your stars is lighting things up, he might soon find himself looking down the business end of a double-team. And it doesn’t end there, either; the AI will also recognize specific game situations- power plays, time running out with a certain number of timeouts left,
yanking the goalie for a 6-man attack, etc. Overall, this appears to be one sports title that won’t give anything away."
09:27 AM - August 21, 2007. Posted by Steve_OS.Eurogamer has posted their first impressions of WWE Smackdown Vs. Raw 2008.
"So, let's take a look at what the "hardcore" experience will offer, on both PS3 and 360. As you would probably expect, the game has received a complete graphical overhaul for this year's edition, and, while the models don't look that much more spectacular than those found in 2007, there has been a noticeable improvement in the overall lighting quality, and the switch to a more complicated shader routine. However, by far the biggest improvement to Smackdown's overall aesthetics comes with the brand spanking new animation system, which makes your wrestlers move, run and grimace in pain just like a real wrestler would."
TVG has posted their hands on preview of SEGA Rally.
"Despite the increased emphasis on complexities such as tyre compounds, SEGA Rally retains its arcade heritage with a racing experience that is fast and frenzied. Handling seems a lot closer to Colin McRae then old-school SEGA Rally, lacking the outlandish jumps and replacing the brake/accelerate powerslides with cars that literally turn on the spot. Later stages in the game appear to notch up the difficulty with opponents that aren't fixated on the traditional racing line, but ensuring that there's no way for you to pass. Hopefully, there's still work left on the collisions between vehicles, as these feel a little hit-and-miss at this stage despite panel-scratching action being a frequent occurrence."
WorthPlaying has posted some Deca Sports screenshots.
"Hudson is working on an all-new Wii-exclusive sports title Deca Sports, featuring 10 activities, fully using the Nunchuk/Wiimote to control your Mii like characters, including multiplayer."
- Fall dashboard update list leaked?
- The most amazing Halo 3 shots yet
- New Smash Bros. Story Details Revealed
- Nintendo Power sweepstakes talks about Wii demos
- Nintendo release schedule leaked - Galaxy dated!
- Paramount & DreamWorks choose HD-DVD
- No Transformers 2?
- How To Kick A Scammy Car Dealer In The Family Jewels
- New PlayStation Eye title spotted: Trials of Topoq
I taught Nat how to tie her shoes last night. It only took me 5 minutes, she picks up on things so quickly.
Me and BK played a very sloppy Madden 08 league game last night. I won 21-10, but oh my was it sloppy.
The more I study for this final exam, the more confident I think I can pass it this weekend. Hopefully, I can squeeze in a little more study time during the week, if not, it's going to have to wait until next week.
What's up with you?
- QOTD: If you had to rate Madden NFL 08, NCAA Football 08 and All Pro Football 2K8, how would you rate them?
Happy Birthday to the following OS'ers!
playeru (36), MarkCK (34), xXxTrAvIsXxX (21)
PSX Extreme has posted their preview of DiRT.
"Immediately what you can notice from the demo is that the absurdly bright bloom lighting has been toned down to a much more acceptable, and realistic level. No more will you be blinded by a burst of orange and yellow reflecting off the surface, rendering your judgment of the road ahead impaired."
Gamersyde has posted a trailer of Skate.
Xboxic has posted some screenshots of PES 2008.
"Certainly a very different approach from Konami this year, with a lot more focus on the pre-match setup. The interface is lovely; it’s shiny and it looks considerably more functional than last year’s weak offering."
Worthplaying has posted the following:
- World Series of Poker 2008 Announced w/Screenshots and Trailer (Multi)
"With World Series of Poker 2008: Battle for the Bracelets you will enter the largest sporting event in the world – the World Series of Poker, with the challenge to Beat The Brat – Phil Hellmuth!"
- SEGA Rally Revo Screenshots and Trailer (Multi)
"SEGA Rally Revo will set a new benchmark in its genre with a high-tempo driving experience that will challenge the racing skills both on and off-road, with revolutionary dynamically deformable terrain, proprietary next-generation graphics, bone-jarringly realistic physics, and competitive bumper-to-bumper racing."
Pro-G has posted the following:
TeamXbox has the scoop.
"The #1 poker video game franchise is back and stacked with even more intense poker action. With World Series of Poker 2008: Battle for the Bracelets you will enter the largest sporting event in the world – the World Series of Poker, with the challenge to Beat The Brat – Phil Hellmuth!"