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International Soccer Reviews (Amiga)

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Although International Soccer cannot offer managerial decisions, league tables or cup matches it does offer more than enough to have my vote for the best soccer sim around. The music, although not important, is not only great but there are three tunes to help keep your feet tapping, your mouth rapping and your joystick zapping! So here we go..etc...etc. For four pounds you can't get a better deal.
Matchday II is the yardstick by which all other Football games are measured, International Soccer doesn't steal the crown, but it's the best Soccer game on the Amiga to date.
ST/Amiga Format (Jan, 1989)
Amiga Soccer might lack the off-field tactics of Football Manager II but the adaptor for four players almost resolves the problem of representing a team game on computer. Effective graphics sequences make it realistic although you can't help feeling that things might have been improved by having the spectators regularly invade the pitch and start eating the grass. Who said that football was just a game?
Amiga Computing (Oct, 1988)
If you are desperate for some good football action for your Amiga then give it a try.
Nice music, nice graphics, shame about the gameplay. It's too simplified and you will be bored after just a few minutes running around the pitch.
Zzap! (Feb, 1989)
If you're after a top-class footy sim, this isn't it