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The Games Machine (UK)
The wealth of moves and tactics available put this game in a league of its own. The graphics are clear and realistically animated, it is quite a joy to see the players running around dribbling, heading the ball and barging each other. Occasionally, a pair of feet might appear in mid-air, and some of the colours selected make the score line invisible, but these are minor quibbles. The computer team is virtually perfect, the speed of the game means you are kept on your toes for the full 90 minutes. The great music plays along merrily and adds to the game's addictiveness and high level of playability. Compared with International Soccer, Match Day II is in a league of its own.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
Graphics are a tad blocky, but that doesn't stop this being one flippin' dinkum footy game.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
Unfortunately, something seems to have been lost in the translation to the C64 - the game is not as playable as the other versions, though it is as colourful as the Amstrad and more so than the Spectrum versions. It's still a very competent soccer game and interested C64 owners would not be disappointed.
Match Day 2 bietet zwar einige interessante Feinheiten (zum Beispiel wird berücksichtigt, ob ein Spieler den Ball mit dem Kopf, Knie, etc. annimmt und prallt dementsprechend ab), die Schlafwagen-Geschwindigkeit macht den Spielspaß aber schnell zunichte.