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It only takes one match

Hi there. Football, football, football – when will it ever end? Well, in today’s review, we do have an ending, of sorts, as far as this particular series goes. Here’s a look back at Pro Evolution Soccer 2010.

Fast. Fluent. Football. Festival.

Hi there. Season’s greetings to you all. Today we’re looking at the forerunner to our much-loved footy favourite of the 90s, Puma World Football. Here’s our review of Action Soccer.

Les grandes équipes…the champions

Hi there. Our ongoing mission to rake through the bins of retro football gaming history continues tonight with a look at a Champions League tie-in from Krisalis.

No-one can move, move, move, like the Red Tribe do

Hello. It’s a return to retro football action with today’s review, of Manchester United: The Double. Warning: contains the embittered ramblings of a Leeds United fan.

Great feet for a big lad

Hi there. We’re at the newer end of what’s permissible on this site today, with a review of the retro-flavoured indie football game from 2011, New Star Soccer 5.

England are rapidly heading for success

Hi there. Tonight we’re back to the early 90s for some long-forgotten football action, with International Soccer Challenge.

It’s in the game

I like football games, possibly more than I actually like football. A couple of matches in the evening after work during the week is one of life’s simple pleasures. But recently I’ve found it difficult to find a footy game I can get on with. Not since PES 2008 (which. depending on your point of […]

Good evening everyone, I AM Terry Butcher

It’s the Euros! And in an attempt to build excitement for the forthcoming action, the BBC has compiled a series of video highlights of memorable moments from previous tournaments. One featured match that I didn’t immediately recall was Spain’s 4-3 victory over Yugoslavia in Euro 2000, secured in dramatic circumstances with a late winner. I […]

It’s a goooooooaaaaaal

Good evening. In a rare case of us actually covering successive games in a series in the right order and in a relatively timely fashion, here’s a review of Striker ’95.

Tony Daley is good at headers

Hi there. It’s time for some midweek football action, with our review of Striker.