Frozen Endzone

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Frozen Endzone
  • Link
    Frozen Endzone
  • Platforms
    PC, Mac, Linux
  • Player
    Multiplayer
  • Release date
    2014

Review: Frozen Endzone - no concussions in this game

Frozen Endzone is the game, that EA should have created 10 years ago when Madden NFL turned stale.

Set in a future where the (American) Football players are robots Frozen Endzone delivers a gaming experience that could actually be more fun than any NFL simulation out there.

Unlike as in the other games out there FE gives your full strategic controll but after the play is called you have no more controll over the players. If you have designed your play properly and the robot with the ball reaches the endzone you score. Pretty simple concept but it might be more difficult than you think.

What makes this game even better are great graphics and a unique style. The retro style techno music provides the last missing ingredient.

Rating

Tom
Graphics
8.0
Sound
7.0
Fun
7.0
Concept
8.0
Long-term fun
7.0
Overall
7.4
Tim
Graphics
9.0
Sound
7.0
Fun
7.0
Concept
8.0
Long-term fun
7.0
Overall
7.5

Conclusion

Frozen Endzone promises to be a great game to play with your buddy on the couch or maybe better via Internet. I’m not sure if split screen works so well if you can see which plays your opponent just designed.

However, I think Frozen Endzone will attract less people than Madden. FE seems to be exponentially more difficult than the casual ‘Normal Mode’ that I used to play in all Football games. Then again I know guys who only played the ‘Very Hard Mode’ and weren’t satisfied with their options and sometimes said it was too easy.

If you are one of these guys you should absolutely check out Frozen Endzone!

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About Tim von Janssen

Tim has started playing PC Games at the tender age of 8 (ca.1990-1991) on monochrome screens and hasn’t stopped ever since. Due to that love for video games that has developed very early Tim also knows why older games very successful despite mediocre graphics. One simple reason: gameplay. Tim feels that with the development of the OUYA and the stronger focus on indie game studios is the right step towards better gaming experiences that rely more heavily on unique game concepts and better gameplay in general. Tim at Google+

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