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Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A (SNES)

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Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A is the fourth title of the Super Formation Soccer series released on the Super Famicom. As the title suggests, the game is fully based in the Italian Seria A (1994–95 season).

Like its predecessors (and unlike Formation Soccer 95 della Serie A) the field is shown in a top-down perspective while scrolling is done by Mode 7 chip. Modes available are the following: Exhibition, Serie A, Situation, Practice, Edit Team, and Option.

Overall the game captures the essence of Italian football at the time. A digitized image of the stadiums is featured in the game, while the "in-match" stadiums have graphic variations, with different lawns and public colors of the home team. The derby matches are announced by a special jingle and another good example is that the Italian language can be chosen (through the option mode) and will be displayed only during the matches.

Each of the 18 Italian clubs have 22 players respectively. Before every match, different formations can be chosen and the goalkeeper can be set to either auto, semi-auto or manual. It is also possible viewing some real data of the players. Only three foreign (non-Italian) players from each team can align in a Serie A match (note that the well-known "Bosman ruling" came into effect only at the end of 1995).


Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A SNES All surnames are real, however, err... due to licensing arrangements(?), the only Japanese player (Kazu Miura) is displayed as Niura. Btw, X means that the player is injured, should be replaced.
Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A SNES Stadio Artemio Franchi is a football stadium in Florence. You should visit this beautiful city.
Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A SNES There are 18 teams and the player can view some information about each of them. There's also "edit" and hidden teams but that's another story.
Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A SNES Champion with Juventus. But wait... the image is showing Parma players... Fail... :( Fernando Couto's hair is simply unmistakable.

Alternate Titles

  • "スーパーフォーメーションサッカー95 della セリエA" -- Japanese spelling

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りき Hideto (16026) added Super Formation Soccer 95: della Serie A (SNES) on May 19, 2014