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International Superstar Soccer 64 (Nintendo 64)

95
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.7
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Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.1
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.6
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Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.3
Overall MobyScore (9 votes) 3.7


The Press Says

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100
Total! (Germany)
Konami hat mit International Superstar Soccer 64 eine Fußballsimulation vorgelegt, die sicher noch über viele Jahre hinweg eine systemübergreifende Referenz darstellen wird. Sowohl Spielbarkeit als auch Grafik sind nahezu perfekt und lassen kaum Wünsche offen. Kein Fußball-Interessierter kommt an diesem Modul vorbei, denn noch nie wurde diese Sportart so ansprechend und unterhaltsam in Szene gesetzt. Man merkt sofort, daß hier echte (japanische) Fußball-Fans am Werk waren, die sich nicht nur durch enormen Sachverstand und programmiertechnische Perfektion, sondern auch durch eine Liebe zum Sport auszeichnen. ISS 64 ist viel mehr als eine Fußballsimulation. Es ist ein bis ins letzte Detail durchdachtes Videospiel, das auch dem Sport abgeneigte N64-Besitzer unbedingt spielen müssen.
98
Nintendojo
But apart from those minor quibbles, this is easily the best third party game for the N64, and has no problem standing right up there with the Miyamoto classics. From the ultra-realistic graphics to the addictive multiplayer championships, Konami has made an entry into 64-bit gaming that will not be forgotten for a long time. And they did it with such style and an eye for detail that there is almost nothing that ISS64 doesn't do better than any other soccer title on any other system. If you are a sports game fan and were waiting for a reason to buy an N64 – look no further. If you are a developer working on an N64 soccer game: Boy, are you in trouble now!
97
Game Play 64
Nous commençons à connaître le potentiel de la Nintendo 64 et la nouvelle vague de softs s'annoncent prometteurs. ISS 64 fait partie des hits en puissance que tout possesseur de la console se doit d'acquérir.
96
Officiel Nintendo Magazine
Une excellente simulation de foot qui ravira les fans et enchantera les novices.
92
X64
Pour des raisons évidentes, ISS64, en constante évolution, vous étonnera à chaque instant.
90
IGN
But apart from those minor quibbles, this is easily the best third party game for the N64, and has no problem standing right up there with the Miyamoto classics. From the ultra-realistic graphics to the addictive multiplayer championships, Konami has made an entry into 64-bit gaming that will not be forgotten for a long time.
90
Edge
Konami’s recent track record with football games has been the envy of every other soccer sim producer. The outstanding International Superstar Soccer and its sequel, both on the SNES, were the first Japanese-developed footy games to rival their European counterparts. Previously, Japanese soccer titles had been woefully inadequate, being shallow and awkward by comparison.