Rocket League is a mainstay of eSports tournaments, but you don’t need to be a professional athlete to enjoy this amazing title’s vehicular soccer. The free to play Rocket League is developed and published by Psyonix, and it has new seasons, features and vehicles constantly being released.
With stunning visuals, a soundtrack that practically oozes tranquility, complex controls, and well-developed fish artificial intelligence, Ultimate Fishing Simulator 2 is about as close to a real fishing experience as we can currently get in a video game. If you enjoy sports sims, you should definitely check this one out.
You have never experienced soccer like this before. Grab Mario and a bunch of his Nintendo pals to tackle this action-packed take on soccer where the rules don’t matter and a frenzy of fun commands the field. You can even bring along up to eight friends for multiplayer mayhem.
The developer Noodlecake has brought the thrills of downhill mountain biking found in Descenders to iOS and Android phones. Our Modern Gamer Marie found out just how much fun that can be on a recent flight that was a lot more enjoyable with this game on her phone.
Downhill bike racing, snowboarding, wingsuit racing, skiing and pulling off epic tricks are just some of the extreme sports thrills you will experience in Riders Republic. While the realism might be a little bit off, the fun is really jacked high.
The summertime golfing fun with Mario Golf: Super Rush is never-ending. The game combines the layout of real golf with the wackiness of mini-golf and some crazy Nintendo magic for good measure. It’s a golf adventure like nothing you have ever played before.
As Monster Truck Championship rumbles onto next generation consoles, we check out this racing series again to find improved graphics, better vehicle physics and a whole lot of car-crushing, nitro-fueled fun.
Monster Truck Championship is a wild race game where you take control of one of those amazing monster trucks as you crush, crumble and piledrive anything that stands in your way. Race fans looking for something a bit different will have fun in the mud here.
Those who love tennis know that the last great tennis simulation was Top Spin 4, which released way back in 2011. Unfortunately, Tennis World Tour 2 doesn’t change this sad fact, though it does add a few interesting elements to the genre.
There’s a ton to love in the mountain biking paradise of Descenders. It’s easily approachable while offering a rewarding challenge. And, a spectacular wipeout can almost be as fun as dusting the competition in fierce downhill races.