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J League: Big Wave Soccer (Game Boy)

J League: Big Wave Soccer Game Boy Title Screen.

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Description

J League: Big Wave Soccer is a soccer game featuring the Japanese soccer league with its 14 teams, including the speciality of a penalty shootout in case of a draw result. The player directly controls the athletes on the field; either the one in ball possession or, if the opponent has it, the one nearest. There is the possibility to participate in the league, a training match or an all-star match where the athletes of the different teams can be switched around. The screen shows a relatively small part of the field and scrolls in all directions.

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J League: Big Wave Soccer Game Boy View of the pitch.
J League: Big Wave Soccer Game Boy Title Screen.
J League: Big Wave Soccer Game Boy German clubs obviously.
J League: Big Wave Soccer Game Boy Verloren.

Alternate Titles

  • "Matthias Sammer Soccer" -- German title

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The Press Says

Total! (Germany) May, 1997 1.75 out of 6 85

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Legacy

This game was basically re-released almost three years later under the title Nippon Daihyō Team: Eikō no Eleven, as they share the same gameplay, graphics and music.

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Patrick Bregger (112077) added J League: Big Wave Soccer (Game Boy) on May 12, 2012