Summary: I loved the Sensible Soccer games in the 90's. Huddled around the Amiga, friend against friend, frenzied cries of 'good tackle' and other entendres, to the victor a bottle of beer, to the loser the boobie prize of doing the dishes and the ridicule of fellow flatmates.
Brilliant game that just needed another month of bug testing
Samuel Halliday, Amazon
21 June 2006
Summary: I was a really big fan of the Sensible Soccer series in the 90s and bought this game solely on that kudos. However, I was bitterly disappointed by this modern remake. The pros are the graphics... it looks exactly the way a modern Sensi should!
Summary: Was brought up on games like Sensible World of Soccer 1995/96 so was v eager to see what this is like - bought it this morning and within the space of an hour had won the world cup as England scoring 12 goals and conceding NONE.
Summary: I loved this game starting from the Amiga 500 days, so I thought I would give it a go on the Xbox. Quite disappointed and here are the reasons for that: 1) This game has no special features, basically all you can do is play in the world cup or European cup.
Summary: Sensible soccer is fast and intuitive.The action is non stop.The controls are simple and easy to use. The team and player names are different because codemasters didn't have the license. It's a good fun game to play with friends. Creating chances is relatively easy.
Summary: Sensible Soccer, the classic football game. Hours, days and weeks lost in the days of the Amiga. Simple yet compeling gameplay, only Pro-evo. beat it. Then it is released, updated, for the Xbox. And oh no, what have they done, what a mess.