Accounting VR Review

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Tired of playing combat, horror or other usual genres of games? Try Accounting+. It is a pure virtual reality bliss. You will love participating in the endless missions, which seem unrelated even though they actually are. So if you are quite fond officeworks then continue on reading our Accounting VR Review.

Designed for PlayStation, this accounting virtual reality game kicks off with a brief introduction, which is done by an elderly guy named Clovis. With a patronizing attitude, he introduces the movement as well as object manipulation systems of the game. None of those should pose a challenge to a beginner. Read More…

Football Manager 2019 Review

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This team management game for football lovers is a hit! If you’re already a fan then the latest iteration of Football Manager brings some welcome changes, particularly in the arena of training. This necessary component of any professional sports team has finally recieved the attention it deserves. The training schedule is more customizable and detailed allowing for better pre-match preparation. This isn’t the only way the designers have gone beyond the annual changes to the interface and minor cosmetic alterations of the past. The entire feel of the game is more comprehensive and to be honest this football manager 2019 review is one amongst the hardest verdict we have ever given.

If you are new to the exciting world of professional sports team management then there has never been a better ‘season’ to start playing. The pacing and action of this excellent sports management game will have fans new and old on the edge of their seats.

Developers stated early on that their intention for FM19 was to put out a seriously improved game that was nothing short of excellent. All the hard work and dedication they put into it shows. They appear to have succeeded entirely.

Gameplay

Create your own worldclass football experience when you take over your favorite team. You will find every aspect of real world management in this latest installment in the series. You can feel the excitement of Matchday like never before. Will you go home triumphant, or will you be forced to face the wrath of your superiors?

Manage your finances carefully. You will need to make decisions about who to sign, how and when to train, give pep talks and more. The club managers will assess your management based on a number of important variables, just like in the real world. FM19 gives a lifelike and immersive look at the trials and tribulations of managing a pro sports team.

You can always give the AIs more control and let them take on more active roles in the team building and managing process, but where’s the fun in that?

Updates

Tutorials have been improved. New players will find the detailed walkthroughs of every menu useful while seasoned pros will find enough familiar ground to avoid needing to begin all over. The new modes offered in this game take the concepts created in earlier versions and expand upon them in a way that genuinely makes gameplay more believable and natural.

A first for the series is the inclusion of female coach Emma Hayes. She isn’t the only pleasantly surprising addition. The improved use of the VARs (Video Assisted Referees) bears mentioning. Improvements to the tactical scouting were well received among fans. Teams have been updated and additional licenses have been aquired. Bundesliga is available for the first time and fans seem to feel it was worth waiting a decade to have them join for the best version of the game yet.

Football Manager 2019 Review Summary

FM19 has recieved overall rave reviews there have been very few overall complaints. None that appear to hold any real concern for fans. As with any game, there is probably room to further improve, which is more an observation than a complaint.

A few naysayers grouse that it is becoming too complex, with so much detail and so many options taking away from their fun. It is true that the newest installment is, predictably, the most detail oriented and complex member of the series. That is, hopefully, to be expected and anticipated.

If you dislike losing yourself in the myriad aspects of actually doing the job of a football manager… Then Football Manager 2019 is likely a bad purchase for you. The realistic challenges of this game will not appeal to every audience. That said, perhaps realistically, the worst aspect of this game is the addictive quality.

If there is anything left to say, it is simply this: Take the time to get to know this game using our Football Manager 2019 Review and you will surely like it.

Monopoly Game Review

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Monopoly may be one of the most popular games of all time. Certainly the original board game has been released in more franchise spanning remakes than even the most avid tabletop gamers can squeeze onto their gameroom shelves. It seems only natural for the game to make the leap to the videogame universe, a feat which it has done more than a dozen different times. Of the many and myriad incarnations of Monopoly however, one stands head and shoulders above the rest. Tycoon is Monopoly at it’s greatest. If you like Monopoly skip this Monopoly Game Review and buy it straight away!

 

Gameplay

You will build your city up over the course of decades in this wonderful remake of the cult classic. Playing from 1930 to 2030, as you progress to unlock different era appropriate buildings that expand on the original concept of placing houses and hotels. Each decade changes your city and brings it’s own era apropriate music changes and relevant types of businesses. Fans of the original Monopoly will find plenty of canon aspects remain despite the expanded worldview this game provides.

Solo gameplay is satisfying and several options exist for multiplayer modes as well. You can challenge friends, play against strangers online or face off against the computer AIs. The three difficulty levels allow a wide range of players to enjoy this neo-classic.

You will find everything you loved about the board game, money management, property aquisition and value building through purchasing upgrades alongside new twists. The additions make for a more dynamic and exciting game yet stay relevant to the core concept. There are new stock options to go with the new businesses you can place on your properties and useful features like the ability to poll people in any given area to determine what building will net you the greatest profit.

There are four different modes to choose from, each with different playable games/levels and unique goals like becoming the mayor or simply making the greatest number of sales. Try taking on the sandbox mode or go without a goal if you prefer. Without a doubt this new take is more challenging yet retains as much replay value as the original.

 

Pros and Cons

Die hard fans of the boardgame will argue that this game has far too many added elements and they feel that takes away from the ‘Monopoly’ expeirence. Conversely, some players may feel that the game is a bit simplistic and there’s not enough challenge. The lack of dice also seemed to bother a few players who expected the game to remain more faithful to it’s roots. Surprisingly the game developers were also self-critical stating that they felt they didn’t “get it quite right”.

For the most part game reviewers give Monopoly Tycoon consistent high marks often citing graphics that are rendered in stunning 3D as a particularly delightful upgrade. The business management style of play garnered more than a few rave reviews. Regardless of any naysayers, players seem to love Tycoon, with many expressing that this was the Monopoly game they have been waiting for since they were children arguing over who got the car figurine and who had to be the iron.

 

Monopoly Game Review Summary

Fans of monopoly doesn’t even need this Monopoly Game Review anymore. Over the years plenty of games have used the word, “Tycoon,” in their name. Most fell far short of deserving the lofty title. Monopoly Tycoon breaks the cycle of disappointment. M.T. delivers everything a budding business tycoon might want in a game by building on everything it’s predecessors made great. It manages to update and upgrade every aspect of play and never lose track of the nostalgic elements that made the boardgame such a success. It deserves the praise and sales it recieved. Visually dynamic, unique and yet familiar, there are a hundred reasons and a thousand ways to praise this game for bringing the Monopoly to new heights.

Civilization VI Review

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Here’s the much anticipated Civilization VI Review For fans of Sid Meier’s Civilization series, Civilization VI was a great new entry in the series with new additions like better cities, customizable governments and more. Aspyr has been hard at work porting Civilization VI to tablets and phones, and most recently the Nintendo Switch. It’s no surprise that Civilization VI works great on the Nintendo Switch, especially in handheld mode. Although it may take some getting used to when playing on the Switch, you’ll love it. When you first start playing Civilization VI on Nintendo Switch, definitely try it out in handheld mode first and alongside your controller of choice, you can poke through the menus yourself. Luckily, Civilization VI is turn-based, so you have the time to figure everything out. Another reason to use handheld mode, is that when playing docked you may get a bit of lag in even a fair-sized city. One huge caveat is that the Nintendo Switch version of Civilization VI is missing online-multiplayer and it does not include the recently released Rise and Fall expansion. Local multiplayer and many AI and bug fixes are still included from other versions of the game.

Civilization VI In-Depth Review

So that’s how the game works on Nintendo Switch, but how about the game itself? This Civilization entry features a beautiful art style, that’s colorful and unique! It also includes better soundtrack, that fits whatever you’re doing in the game, depending on the era and what you’re specifically doing at the time. The game has been filled to the brim with new systems for you to mess around with, like trade, religion, espionage, archaeology, and more. There’s now more ways than ever to build your nation that feel better than ever. Unlike earlier entries, city-building is much easier to understand. Instead of buildings being built, you’ll build districts (Commercial Hub, Holy Site, and Encampment, etc.). You can only build so many districts, so think about what you want your city to specialize in!

In this installment, you’ll also need to take better care of your cities. Instead of an empire-wide city happiness scale, your rating is now individually determined, based on the amount of amenities you have. Now, the land-grab phase is much more fun and exciting. It’s also easier to take care of your cities now, because there’s been major strides made to reduce clutter. Builders (previously workers) now expire after they’re used three times, reducing the number of builders doing nothing. They’re no longer automated, so it feels a bit better too. Placing military units has also been majorly improved. Instead of units clogging the map they now can be grouped into a stronger single unit army.

Civilization VI Review Summary

Things aren’t perfect in Civilization VI, though. This game does handle some systems poorly. Religion isn’t very fun to play around with and the government system suffers the same fate. Although there are a few minor issues, Civilization VI is still filled to the brim with personality, new content, and more. It’s a fun time that everyone should try out. There’s more challenge than ever! If you like what you read so far in this Civilization VI Review, then definitely give it a try!