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Description

UEFA Challenge is European football with an official UEFA license.

The game features the biggest football star players and their teams on 30 authentic stadiums including Old Trafford, Highbury, Anfield, and Nou Camp. Each player has their own playing style.

There are more than 125 national and club teams to choose from including Manchester United, Real Madrid, Arsenal, Juventus, and Chelsea.

A multi-season mode is also included.

Screenshots

UEFA Challenge Windows Believe it or not, but player names on shirt were one of the most focused features
UEFA Challenge Windows Like names, the level of detail in the ball was impressive for 2001
UEFA Challenge Windows Asking to postpone the second half, for sure
UEFA Challenge Windows Heavy fog reduces a lot of viewing distance

Promo Images

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User Reviews

Deserved better sales Windows Luis Silva (13595)

Critic Reviews

Gamesmania.de Windows Jun 13, 2001 83 out of 100 83
PC Action (Germany) Windows May 03, 2001 79 out of 100 79
PC Games (Germany) Windows May, 2001 77 out of 100 77
Consoles Plus PlayStation May, 2001 70 out of 100 70
Gamezone (Germany) PlayStation Jun 27, 2001 7 out of 10 70
Videogameszone PlayStation 2 Jul 16, 2001 60 out of 100 60
Meristation PlayStation Apr 24, 2001 5.5 out of 10 55
Jeuxvideo.com PlayStation 2 Jun 29, 2001 10 out of 20 50
Super Play (Sweden) PlayStation 2 Aug, 2001 4 out of 10 40
Gamekult PlayStation Apr 20, 2001 3 out of 10 30

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Trivia

3D Engine

"Mr Dog," listed in the credits, was the name of the in-house 3D engine used to create the game.

Patch history

The first (and only) soccer game to be produced by the Actua Soccer team after Infogrames purchased Gremlin, UEFA Challenge surprised a lot of players when producer Jon Watson joined one of the most popular soccer-gaming forums in 2001 (now defunct Soccered), in a time where FIFA fans tried their best to be heard by developers. The result was a single patch with requested features such as basic kit importing and physics tweaks before Infogrames stopped supporting the product.

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