Excerpt: As much as you want something to be true, you often can't delude yourself forever. I believe that Spurs will make the Champions League next season and finally become a force in European football. I'm really hoping it turns out like that, but chances are that reality will come crashing down on me mid-way through the season. This is Spurs after all. Anyway, this rambling has a point.
Excerpt: Originally released on the Commodore Amiga, Sensible Soccer was a top-down arcade-style game that was immensely popular with football fans. Ironically, for a series that eschewed realism, the greatest entry was Sensible World of Soccer, which offered a wealth of teams from around the globe and even basic management features.
Pros: Simple to pick up and play, Very enjoyable in multiplayer, Plenty of game modes with unlockable extras
Cons: Custom teams cannot be edited, Incorrect player names, Cannot switch players manually
Summary: Jeg skulle så gjerne sett at dette spillet var fantastisk, for kjernen er så absolutt der. Spillet er stor moro sammen med andre, selv om den pussige ballfysikken og de magiske keeperne irriterer. Hadde det vært mulig å spille Sensi’06 over Internett, ville det nok scoret enda høyere kun på grunn av flerspillermodusen.