Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 Review | Campus Sports

Lacrosse has always been a niche sport in North America, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a loyal following in the video game market.

The sport is fast-paced, exciting and downright fun to be around. It just has the makings of a sport prime for a successful video game run.

Fast forward to 2016 where Crosse Studios and Big Ant Studios, thanks to a wildly successful crowdfunding campaign, released the deepest and most polished lacrosse game to date. Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 may not come from a major publisher, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things to love about the first lacrosse title on the new-gen consoles.

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Psychotica3011d ago

I would like to play this but there is no way I am paying $50 for it..

Clippy3011d ago

Don't blame you. Hard to justify that for an indie title


Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 Review | NZGamer

"Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 is an ambitious game, but may need to dial it back to gain more players."

Festano2979d ago

Ugh, this sport is really weird...

81BX2979d ago

Ive never watched it but my brother in law played it in high school... No lie he said they hit harder in lacrosse than they do in Football.


Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 Review | TSA

There’s something about lacrosse that has always fascinated me. Although I’ve never actually played the sport, its frenetic pace and netted sticks gives it a certain stand-out appeal. However, if – like me – you have only a rough grasp of only the basics, Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 won’t exactly ease you in gently.

This latest sports title from Big Ant Studios (Don Bradman Cricket, Rugby League Live) takes an immediate stumble during those crucial first steps. Without any sort of comprehensive tutorial system, players will need to sift through the game’s menus and memorise the control layout before things can even get off the ground.

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Casey Powell Lacrosse 16 Review – GameSpew

Gammon at GameSpew writes: "Weird looking sticks, girls-only boarding schools and American Pie. That is all I could tell you about lacrosse before playing Casey Powell Lacrosse 16. If you asked me now what I knew about lacrosse? I would answer: weird looking sticks, girls-only boarding schools, American Pie and Casey Powell Lacrosse 16."

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