As a hardcore fan of PC football management simulation games ever since Football Manager was known as Championship Manager, I never thought this genre could work on mobile devices. Still, Sega tackled this very difficult task for the first time last year, when it launched FM Handheld 2012.
The holidays are in full swing. People are out buying turkeys and early Christmas presents. decorations are going up and kids are drawing turkeys by tracing their hands. Google is looking to help people keep up with the holidays with Inside Search, which offers a wealth of information for anyone who’s looking to enjoy the holidays.
As expected, Gameloft will follow up on Real Football 2012’s extreme success with a new installment in the franchise called unsurprisingly… Real Football 2013. The first trailer for the game expected to see the light of day sometime in January or February of next year is already out on YouTube, but unfortunately this actually makes us less excited.
Football and soccer sure are famous all around the globe. If you talk about these two games, nothing can make them more exciting than the cheers of the crowd. And, when the crowd goes wild, things can get ugly. Fans will do anything for their team, but things like high ticket price, fully booked stadium, or how far the game venue is could hinder that supportive team spirit. Thanks to some Android apps, soccer and football fans can now be updated with their favorite teams and even play with their own teams in a virtual game. Here’s a list of…