The latest installment in the Dirt series hits store shelves today. Is it worthy of your paper-route money? The Sports Gamer has the answer.
First things first: NBA 2K11 is a terrific video game. It's so terrific that everyone around the SI Kids offices plays it everyday. Yes, even the writers and editors and photographers who aren't the biggest NBA fans play the game. It's that good.
The makers of the game, 2K Sports, held a little experiment recently using their awesome b-ball sim to see who is going to take home the NBA Championship this season. The winners, according to the game, will be the Chicago Bulls. Exactly how will they pull this off? Here are a few facts for you.
If you like soccer, own an iPad, and have a spare $10 laying around, you sound like someone we might like to be friends with. You also sound like someone who might enjoy FIFA Soccer 11 HD (EA Sports, $9.99).
EA Sports has mastered the art of videogame soccer on the consoles over the last few years. This year's version of FIFA on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 was one of the best versions yet. But can EA make the same magic happen on the iPad? Let's break it down.
Cars 2 is set to be one of the biggest movies of the summer, and the video game looks to be just as awesome! How do I know? Just watch the trailer below. You'll see new gameplay footage and get a quick introduction to the C.H.R.O.M.E. spy academy. Check it out!More »
It's official: Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis will appear on the box cover of this year's Madden (due in stores on August 30th). He's only the fourth running back to appear on the cover in Madden history. And he got there because you put him there.
Available today in Apple's App store is NBA Jam ($4.99). The iPhone and iPod Touch version of Jam is perfectly awesome, and still one of our favorite time-killers around the old SI Kids salt mines. But the iPad version is--brace yourself--even better. Here's why:
The Sports Gamer's real name is Scott Jones. He played football for 12 years before hanging up his cleats and jumping into video game writing. In his time covering the gaming world, Scott has interviewed star athletes such as Venus Williams, Tony Hawk and David Wright.