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The only reason people play sports games in the arcades - and indeed at home - whether it's a soccer game or a bowling simulation, is the playability. On a home machine, you have to make a careful decision whether to concentrate on the pics or the action. Fighting Soccer falls resolutely between both stools, and smashes its teeth out in the process.
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Black-on-green sprites are little more than square line drawings and though they move at a passable speed, animation is jerky, as is scrolling. Sound is little more than a grating buzz but at least the Spectrum version responds reasonably to control. However, it's still an uninteresting kickabout that's best avoided.