Simon Ball

 
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,830,419 - Total Helpful Votes: 40 of 53
Championship Manager: Season 03-04 (PC CD) by Eidos
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
The Championship Manager games have long been regarded as the best football management games around, this is reflected in the amount of games published and sold.
Incase you hadn't already known, this game puts you in charge of club from many leagues. You pick the team, buy the players, sack the staff and a whole lot more. But I'll go into further detail of that in a minute.
The basic gameplay is excellent. I've been playing Championship Manager for 6 years now, and there are only a few days when I haven't played it. The games are addictive as anything, and the easy-to-use interface means that you can play this complex game with ease. You can play this game in different ways, for… Read more
Championship Manager: Season 01/02 by Eidos
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
THE GOOD:
The creators of the game, Edios and Sigames, have always had a reputation for their football management simulators. This was just another game in the CM3 series, another update...
And as usual it was. Just another upto date game. Updated clubs, teams and the rest, everything you'd expect with a new CM title. But the good deisgners of the game promised us alot more then what I have stated above. And that is what we got.
Along with the new teams, upto date data and a new box, we got alot of new features. The new trasnfer rules were introduced to the game, giving it yet more upto to feeling. There were more leagues to compete in, now Australia and that area, and more… Read more
Gran Turismo 3: A -Spec Platinum (PS2) by Sony
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gran Turismo 3, 15 Aug 2003
THE GOOD:
The graphics is the thing that stands out most in my opinion. If I were to play GT2, then I would put it back and or throw it in the bin. On Gt3, no pixelated cars, all smooth, and perfected. Light just rolls on and off the car and it looks fantastic.
There is certainly a lot more cars then in the previous 2 Gran Turismos. 300, if I remember correctly. All reserched, and perfected to the screw. The noise from the cars are exceptionally like their real life models, another added feature to make it realistic. There are newer cars, some concept, some vintage. Some you must win, some you can just simply buy from the dealer. It is that easy. Like the tuning. You can buy alot… Read more

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