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: 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".
Summary: those that remember the great sensible soccer games of the past should gives this a miss as should everyone else. The gameplay is simple but an inability to select a player, its done automatically, means you can rarely contested 50 50 balls as your controlling a player away from the action and the...
Summary: [...] This is not the old Sensi, nor is it as good. The camera is jerky and this takes some time to get used to. The loading times are appauling. Lunge tackles sometimes have poor animation with players suddenly appearing from nowhere - like they weren't there, then they are. Don't despare.
Summary: Yes the original Sensible Soccer was streets ahead of anything of its time but having recently bought the plug & play version of the original & now this PS2 remake i've got 3 words for you.....Pro Evolution Soccer.
Summary: Ive been hoping for an updated Sensi for years. SWOS on the Amiga was by far the greatest football game ever. This however is not. Lousy controls coupled with some major glitches completely ruin this game. No career mode means no transfers which was half the fun of SWOS in the first place.
Summary: Ok first of all the greatest football game I ever played was Sensible Soccer 95/96 on the Amiga, the upgrade version for season 96/97 was just as good and I still have these games up until now.
Summary: Being an absolute avid player of the original 1994 Sensible World Of Soccer, I was reasonably excited when I learnt that a new version of the game was to be released. Having bought the game and played it, I have to say that I feel slightly disappointed and even let down.