Amazedbygrace86

Amazedbygrace86

Amazedbygrace86 enjoys sports, videogames and writing. His first love is basketball, but he also thoroughly enjoys football, tennis, baseball and soccer. He's a long-time fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes, Dayton Flyers and New York Yankees. He's blessed to be the husband of a wonderful wife and father to an amazing son.

8.3

Very Good

Review of Draft Day Sports: Pro Football 2016 – Is their first dance together a good one?

Reviewer’s Note: This game was reviewed using version 1.0.3 DDS: PF 2016 is the long-awaited American football text simulator from Wolverine Studios. The lead developer is none other than Brooks Piggott who decided to merge his Barcode Games’ Professional Football Simulator franchise with Wolverine Studios in 2015. The move seems to make a lot of sense as a seasoned developed in Brooks Piggott loc...[Read More]

6.7

Fair

Review of Pro Basketball Manager 2016 – Promising though not fully polished

Reviewer’s Note: This game was reviewed using a pre-release copy up to version 1.0.0.7 Pro Basketball Manager 2016 (PBM2016) reminds me of a pro prospect whose raw abilities are promising, but still are not fully polished. It certainly has flashes of brilliance, and its future could be really bright, but the question is: Do you want to take a chance on it now? But before we get ahead of ourselves,...[Read More]

8.8

Very Good

Review of Fast Break Pro Basketball 3 (PC) – One of the deepest pro basketball simulators on the market

FastBreak Pro Basketball 3 (FBPB3) reminds you that a sports-text sim doesn’t have to be able to do everything in order to provide a good gaming experience. Like a dependable, gritty power forward in basketball, FBPB3 may not be flashy or even revolutionary, but what it does, it does well. Released in 2013, FBPB3 is the latest from Brian Nichols, the creator of FastBreak Pro Basketball and FastBre...[Read More]

8.7

Very Good

Review of Front Office Football 7 FOF7 (PC) – The reinvigorated brainchild of Jim Gindin

Front Office Football 7 is out to prove that we should never judge a book by its cover – or should we say, “A text-sim by its user interface.” Underneath the reams of text and uninspiring-looking menus hums a beauty of a pro football simulator.   Front Office Football 7 (FOF7) is the reinvigorated brainchild of Jim Gindin who first developed Front Office Football back in 1998. 17 years and 7 ...[Read More]