The state of gaming in 2011 (so far)

We showcase some of our reviews of 2011's biggest hits on the gaming scene so far

2011 has delivered some pretty big games so far. There are plenty more to come, but we thought we'd put together an easy list of our reviews of 2011's most recently released AAA titles. Some are great, some aren't — read through and let us know if you agree with our thoughts.

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EA Games Fight Night Champion

Fight Night Champion lives up to its boastful billing, and is easily the best installment in EA Sports' celebrated boxing sim series.

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  • 25th Feb., 2011
  • Andrew Hayward
  • EA Games
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  • Pros:
  • Excellent feel and flow to the combat, visual tweaks make this the best-looking entry by a wide margin, Champion mode is a solid new twist on the formula
  • Cons:
  • Legacy mode needs a serious facelift, online modes lack the wow factor of EA's other fighter, final boss fight in Champion mode is terribly frustrating

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