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Wembley International Soccer (Amiga)

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Amiga Power
It is obvious from playing WIS that an incredible amount of though has gone into the playability and entertainment stakes. Both Jeremy Wellard and Neall Campbell (Audiogenic’s playtester) are true enthusiasts who really believe in the games they are helping to create. And the effort has really paid off. Just like Kilmarnock FC, Wembley International Soccer has a lot of heart and commitment behind it. The use of all the buttons on the CD32 controller is nothing short of a historical landmark, and one that we hope to see other lots of other software houses pick up in the near future. What is more, WIS is capable of some upbeat play, and that has got to be better than a good thing.
Amiga Joker
ragt uns bitte nicht, welche Lizenz-Rangeleien da zwischen Ocean und Audiogenic aufgelaufen sind – fest steht nur, daß wir es hier mit der überarbeiteten 1200-er Version von „Lothar Matthäus“ zu tun haben!

Also Fußballveteran kommt man bei dem Titel schon ins Grübeln, schließlich fiel in Wembley anno 1966 im WM-Finale zwischen England und Deutschland jenes umstrittene Tor, über das sich engagierte Passivsportler bis heute erregen. Soll der Name der Chose also die britische Rache für das Scheitern der 11 Inselbewohner bei der diesjährigen WM-Qualifikation sein? Wir wissen es nicht, aber dafür wissen wir ein paar Dinge über dieses Spiel, die letztlich eh viel interessanter sind.
CU Amiga
"Onion bag". "A game of two halves". "I'm over the moon, Brian". These are just some of the cliches and rehashed lines that you must be absolutely sick of reading in your favourite computer magazines. Never before has a single sporting event sparked such a reaction in the software industry. Previous World Cups are incredibly tame by comparison to the flood of soccer games crawling out of the woodwork at the moment, and as a reviewer it is getting very hard to write about them without feeling like you're repeating yourself.