DescriptionWorld Trophy Soccer (also known as European Club Soccer) is a reworking of Manchester United Europe, using the same side-view gameplay and a wider view than Krisalis' other football game of the time, John Barnes' European Football.
All the teams who were in contention for one of the 3 main European tournaments as they were at the time of the game's release are included, although with fictitious player names and a few inaccurate kits. Cutscenes detail the match's progress, while a referee is active on the screen. The game can be played in arcade or simulation modes, with 6 different formations available.
- "European Club Soccer" -- UK Title
|One of the best in the platform.||Luis Silva (13294)|
The Press Says
|Sega Force||Nov, 1992||82 out of 100||82|
|VicioJuegos.com||Mar 17, 2012||79 out of 100||79|
|ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)||Oct, 1992||6 out of 12||50|
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TriviaWhile names are fictional and were created from combining different names from real footballers and football-related persons, there's still a Ronald DeBoer in Twente (number 7). On the other hand, Portuguese teams got names as fascinating as Emilio Ivic, Manuel Mladinov and Tomislav Antonio. I guess there really were a lot of eastern players around here back in the day.