There are really no major problems with 'Gravel', the latest offering in the seemingly endless off-road arcade racing genre.
Motocross queen Courtney Duncan has done it again.
So it is with UFC 3. I don’t particularly like mixed martial arts — give me straight old boxing any day — but I have had a bit of fun with the latest game based on the sport’s signature competition.
Australian James Kohler continues to set the pace in the Alps 2 Ocean Ultra, New Zealand's first staged ultra race.
Australia's James Kohler and Queenstown's Kerryn Bell were the first runners to cross the finish line on the shores of Lake Ohau on day 2 of New Zealand’s first staged ultra run.
A buzzword for video game reviewers — and, let’s face it, I have probably used this word in 90% of my reviews over the past two decades — is ‘‘immersive’’.
The Portside Punch was a knockout success four years ago — and organisers are confident round two will be equally spectacular.
Ali McMurran was not a big man, but he was a giant of the Otago sporting community. Former colleague Hayden Meikle tries his best to encapsulate the life and service of a special man.
Remakes, remasters, reboots — the gaming world is awash in nostalgia.
One sport, two games. Hayden Meikle does a quick comparison between NBA 2K18 and NBA Live 18.
Yes. There you go. The shortest game review in 'Signal' history. Rest assured, the latest (and greatest, I am nearly prepared to declare) Fifa is a whole lot more than a mild improvement.
Remember when games were about having fun, and not necessarily about cutting edge graphics or immersive customisation or exquisite simulation?
Madden 18 is at its vibrant, emotional best when you have a star quarterback spiralling the ol’ pigskin downfield into the grateful arms of a speedy wide receiver.
You can basically liken a rugby league video game to a real-life team like the Warriors.
Old Boys are back on top of North Otago rugby.
Old Boys will play Valley in the North Otago premier club rugby final next Saturday.
One of the closest semifinal races in the history of North Otago club rugby came to a thrilling conclusion today.
North Otago has produced some very handy basketballers over the past couple of decades - but this bloke could be the best of the lot.
Well, this was a pleasant surprise.
All it takes is that first juicy hit - the soaring homer over Fenway Park's storied ``Green Monster'' - to know the latest version of The Show is as good as the rest.