DescriptionLiberoGrande is a football (soccer) game. The user designs his/her own character and can alter his attributes and skills, and control this one player during the match. The user can adjust strategies for the team, but plays each game as their own character.
The game features details stadia, with interactive crowd, and a selection of 32 national teams. It also supports two-player mode, via a unique split-screen mode not often seen in soccer games.
- "リベログランデ" -- Japanese spelling
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|Good one, but where's the Libero?||PlayStation||Luis Silva (13294)|
The Press Says
|Power Unlimited||PlayStation||Nov, 1998||9.4 out of 10||94|
|Absolute Playstation||PlayStation||Dec, 1998||82 out of 100||82|
|Mega Fun||PlayStation||Nov, 1998||81 out of 100||81|
|GameSpot||PlayStation||Dec 30, 1998||8.1 out of 10||81|
|NowGamer||PlayStation||Dec 01, 1998||6.7 out of 10||67|
|GameTrip.net||Arcade||Jun 26, 2008||6 out of 10||60|
|Jeuxvideo.com||PlayStation||Dec 11, 1998||9 out of 20||45|
|Joypad||PlayStation||Dec, 1998||3 out of 10||30|
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AthletesWhile none of the available stars are licensed, they are all based on real players in appearance and name: Zenon Zadkine is Zinedine Zidane, Jordan Krüger is Jürgen Klinsmann and Raimundo is Ronaldo, for instance.
TitleThe title refers to the Libero position in football, an Italian concept whereby a player stays at the back ahead of the goalkeeper, covering in case of mistakes by other defenders and marshalling his troops, often launching attacks with a well-placed pass. In English football parlance he is often known as the 'sweeper'.
Information also contributed by Luis Silva
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Libero Grande (Information about Libero Grande at Wikipedia)