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Re: 2013/8/2: Jaguar: Fever Pitch Soccer, Kobayashi Maru (CD), Sensible Soccer

Posted: November 27th, 2018, 12:21 pm
by Retro STrife
Anchoa79 wrote:Yes, I am an European gamer and, in my opinion, Sensible Soccer is A or A+, below this is a joke...
A detail about the review, the game has more than 150 teams, not 64, greetings.


Sut wrote:It was released as Championship Soccer ‘94 on the Mega CD in the US. If that’s an option for you ?

https://segaretro.org/Sensible_Soccer


Update... I splurged a little and got the Jaguar version of Sensible Soccer, but only because I got it at a good deal: $30, when it usually goes for $40. Plus, that seemed better than hassling with a European SNES game, even if it saved a few dollars. Plus, always nice to pick up a new game for the Jag.

Not sure when I'll get around to trying it...it might be awhile.. I'll try to let you guys know what I think once I do.

Re: 2013/8/2: Jaguar: Fever Pitch Soccer, Kobayashi Maru (CD), Sensible Soccer

Posted: November 27th, 2018, 3:35 pm
by Sut
Retro STrife wrote:
Anchoa79 wrote:Yes, I am an European gamer and, in my opinion, Sensible Soccer is A or A+, below this is a joke...
A detail about the review, the game has more than 150 teams, not 64, greetings.


Sut wrote:It was released as Championship Soccer ‘94 on the Mega CD in the US. If that’s an option for you ?

https://segaretro.org/Sensible_Soccer


Update... I splurged a little and got the Jaguar version of Sensible Soccer, but only because I got it at a good deal: $30, when it usually goes for $40. Plus, that seemed better than hassling with a European SNES game, even if it saved a few dollars. Plus, always nice to pick up a new game for the Jag.

Not sure when I'll get around to trying it...it might be awhile.. I'll try to let you guys know what I think once I do.


Look forward to your thoughts. Give it a few games though as the mechanics may seem a bit awkward at first, especially if you’re used the ‘ball sticking’ mechanics of other games, oh and the game demands you master the ‘aftertouch’ (curling the ball).