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Actua Soccer: Club Edition

DOS - 1997

Year
1997
Platform
DOS
Released in
United Kingdom
Genre
Sports
Theme
Licensed Title, Soccer / Football (European)
Publisher
Gremlin Interactive Ltd.
Developer
Gremlin Interactive Ltd.
Perspectives
3rd-Person, Isometric, Side view, Top-Down
4.46 / 5 - 46 votes

Description of Actua Soccer: Club Edition

Actua Soccer: Club Edition is another excellent entry in Gremlin's highly underrated Actua Soccer series.

Chris McMullen of Games Domain says it all about this underdog: "...You can play as any of the twenty Premiership clubs, and unlike Premier Manager 97, Gremlin's other football title, you take control of the players yourself. Pick your team, and you get to play league, friendly or practice matches, the latter giving you the much needed chance to practice your footballing and penalty taking skills. And you'll definitely need the practice. Remember, if you lose a match, it's all down to you. Like most football games, you only control one player at once, usually the player closest to the ball, which works well for most of the game. And if you so desire you can, by pressing both buttons, cycle through the other players. You can also change your team's formation and substitute a player. It's hard to tell if the more able players perform better during match, but you can call up a screen which gives you their stats, passing, tackling and so on. The graphics are outstanding, too. Gremlin have used motion capture technology, which is basically sticking ping pong balls to people and then filming them, to make the players look more realistic. And it works - the players move smoothly and fluidly, and at an acceptable rate in SVGA mode. There are different camera angles to choose from, although I stuck with the 'far' option for the best view of the action. There's the obligatory replay option too, just so you can see yourself getting trounced. Oh, and should you feel like being a little too liberal with the fouls, you can check to see how vigilant the ref is. Though sadly, you can't bribe him to turn the other cheek while you stomp the opponent's goalkeeper. Who says violent games are bad for you? At the end of the day, it's a game of two hal.. sorry, I'll start again. At the end of the day, I can't fault Actua Soccer: Club Edition. It's fast, fun and playable, and realistic. It's stuffed with stylish moves, and beats Fifa 97 in practically every department. You'll be playing for a long time before you come close to mastering the game. Get someone else round to play against, and it's even better. Even if you wouldn't dream of standing around for ninety minutes on a freezing day, this is worth a look. And if you have the slightest interest in football, you can't afford to miss this."

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

Riki 2015-08-11 0 point DOS version

That's was a fantastic game in 1997!!!

DaVince 2014-05-23 -1 point DOS version

Woah, is this really a DOS game? Looks great (even though it's not my kind of game).

saleh mostafa 2014-02-15 0 point DOS version

coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool

actua soccer 2013-10-30 0 point DOS version

Game bola keren verygooooooood

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akd 2013-08-07 0 point DOS version

very gooooooooooooood

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