Sports

Description

Sports games put the player in control of individual athletes/competitors or sports managers. In the latter case, the sports game is also considered a managerial simulation.

Most sports games are dedicated to popular team sports (e.g. football/soccer) and are action-oriented. A sports game that deliberately favors arcade action over realistic simulation, or adds arcade challenges non-existing in the real-life sport is considered both an action and a sports game.
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Amstrad CPC (1985)

Tottenham midfielder Glenn Hoddle got his own game with this Amstrad exclusive football game. The game is played from a...

Windows (2008)

In GM Hockey 2009, you do what you, the player, would be able to do as a General Manager of...

Goal! NES Front Cover

NES (1988)

Goal! is a soccer game for one player against the computer, two players against each other, or two players against...

Goal! DOS Front Cover Autograph was added later.

DOS (1993), Amiga (1993) and Atari ST (1994)

Goal! takes the basic gameplay of Dino Dini's previous Kick Off games, but updates most features in some way. Teams...

SNES (1992)

Goal! is a soccer game featuring an Exhibition mode and a Super Cup mode. In the Exhibition mode the player...

Game Boy (1993)

Goal! is a soccer game where you must beat a certain amount of teams to become the champion. You can...

BBC Micro (1987) and Electron (1987)

Goal! is a simple football game with a perspective similar to Commodore's International Soccer although without scrolling. It only features...

Arcade (1975)

Goal/4 is a foosball game. The gameplay depends on how many players there are. In a single-player game, the player...

DOS (1994)

Goal 94, the game of International soccer management, includes the new rule changes introduced in World Cup 94, along with...

CD-i (1994)

Goal: FIFA World Cup Soccer Quiz Game is a quiz game about the FIFA World Cup. In the game two...

Neo Geo (1995) and Arcade (1995)

Goal! Goal! Goal! is a 2D sports game - it's football/soccer. The game has 24 national teams - the player...

DOS (1992)

Goal II is a character-based soccer management game for international soccer. You can play in four continents, America, Europe, Africa...

Windows (2004) and Macintosh (2004)

The Goalkeeper casts you as a rookie goalkeeper, for one of the five weakest clubs in your home country’s top...

PlayStation (1996)

Goal Storm is a soccer game featuring 3D polygonal motion-captured players. It features an Exhibition and a Hyper Cup mode....

Goal Storm '97 PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (1997)

The first ISS Pro game for the Playstation, with 32 international teams, a choice of 4 stadia, 21 formations &...

NES (1992)

Goal! Two is the sequel to Goal!. It is a football/soccer game for one or two players and changed the...

Godzilla: Save the Earth PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2004) and Xbox (2004)

Godzilla, a gigantic creature from underneath the sea, has been both the bane and the savior of Earth. Godzilla's power...

Game Boy Advance (2002)

It's football with a unique twist. David Beckham is called on to save Soccer Island from the evil Mister Woe,...

TurboGrafx CD (1996)

Go! Go! Birdie Chance is an anime-style golf game. The player controls female high school students who assemble a golf...

Go Go Golf PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2002)

Go Go Golf is a player golfing game for one to four, where there's only one human player the game...

Go! Go! Hypergrind GameCube Front Cover

GameCube (2003)

Among animation studios a link exists to a realm known as the "Toon World". This world is inhabited by, of...

DOS (1990), ZX Spectrum (1990), MSX (1990), Amstrad CPC (1990) and Amstrad PCW (1990)

"Golden Basket" is a basketball simulator with many difficulty levels (including the usual NBA) and also the typical options like...

NES (1992)

In 1992 the Olympic Games were held in Barcelona. Gold Medal Challenge ’92 gets the player into the Olympic spirit...

Gold, Silver, Bronze ZX Spectrum Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1988), ZX Spectrum (1988) and Amstrad CPC (1988)

This collection features Epyx's earliest Olympic games: Summer Games Summer Games II Winter Games

Golf Game Boy Front Cover

Game Boy (1989), Game Boy Advance (2003), NES (1984), PC-88 (1985), Nintendo 3DS (2011), Sharp X1 (1985), Wii U (2013) and Arcade (1986)

Golf features two challenging 18 hole courses where players are able to play a round of golf, and allows players...

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