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Your appreciation of Gazza's Super Soccer will depend on three things - a) whether you like football, b) whether you can face the prospect of Gazza leering at you every time you pick the thing up (I don't think I could) and c) erm, whether you think it's any good or not. Personally I thought it was kind of okayish, sort of, certainly not completely brilliant but then not entirely crap either. And I don't think I can make things much clearer than that. On the whole, good news for Gazza fans and tragically forgettable for the rest of us.
There must be someone out there who wants another celebrity-endorsed soccer game, but it certainly ain't me. GSS isn't a bad effort, but I'd rather have seen the effort put into something a bit more original. I'd also have been happy to go without the sticker and have the game a quid cheaper.
A poor version of our noble game which fails to meet the standard of the licensee.
Gazza's Soccer scores ten out of ten for options, but forgets the most important bit: the action! It's better to watch the man himself on TV than subject yourself to a football simulation which fails miserably in the gameplay department.