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DescriptionQuattro Sports features four different sports action games on one cartridge:
- Baseball Pro's:
Pitch fast balls, curve balls, bat, and steal bases in this baseball simulation. Gameplay is from an overhead view of the field or from behind the plate when batting.
- Soccer Simulator:
An action soccer game viewed from overhead. Features passing, shooting, throw-ins, penalties, and fouls.
- Pro Tennis Simulator:
Play tennis on grass, clay, or gravel courts. Hit volleys, lobs, smashes and more. Features a 3-D view of the tennis court and three skill levels.
- BMX Simulator:
Bike racing on three different terrains (dirt, desert, and quarry). Gameplay is from an overhead point of view of the racetrack. There are 15 different racetracks of varying skill levels, each with it's own set of jumps, bumps, ramps and other obstacles.
- "Super Sports Challenge" -- European Release
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The Press Says
|N-Force||Feb, 1993||72 out of 100||72|
|NES Archives||May 24, 2001||C-||42|
|The Video Game Critic||Aug 21, 2011||F||0|
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TriviaCodemasters were best known in Europe for budget computer games at this time. Two of the most successful were Pro Tennis Simulator and BMX Simulator, which both appear in this collection with minor differences (and the same cover illustrations).
The illustration for Soccer Simulator is taken from 1st Division Manager. The picture features managers Brian Clough and Graeme Souness in the background, and players Gary Lineker, John Barnes and Paul Gascoigne in th front - all five of whom licensed games for other companies..
Servo (55899) added Quattro Sports (NES) on Nov 09, 2002
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