Summary: This is what I want to see, forget the realism of the other footy games, gamepley will take centre stage on this baby. I loved it on the Amiga (espically sensible world of soccer), and i'm sure I wont be disappointed here. (I wander if Paulo Maldini will be the most expensive player.....doubt it)
Summary: Now I'm one of those who remembers and loved with all enyment SWOS on the Amiga. When I heard they were finally going to create a new Sessible Soccer, I couldn't wait. What a waste of a good game, it puts the game in a very un-natural light, that it does nor belong to.
Summary: OK, Im one of those who played (and loved) SWOS back in the day on the Amiga. Not really sure whats happened here - maybe Fifa and Pro Ev have just raised the bar but I was more than a bit disappointed, so much so that I (like another reviewer) sold the game on pretty quick.
Summary: I bought this game, because I thought, for the money, I can't go wrong. I could hark back to the mid-nineties and have a bit of fun, in a genre where fun has been put on the back-burner. I WAS WRONG. This game is awful.
Summary: Sensible Soccer was one of the first games I played at a young young age. I loved it's cute little sprites, with players that looked like they were permanently surprised. I love just how quick it was, without ever being overwhelming. It just flowed. This, however is just... not.
Summary: I was hoping this game would live up to the greatness of its previous incarnations like Sensible World Of Soccer, but unfortunately it's hugely disappointing. What made previous games so much fun was their fluid controls, which made for pulsating "fantasy football".