Super Nintendo Entertainment System - 1995
The mother of all soccer games is back! The World's #1 soccer game just got better with faster gameplay, new visual effects and more features. All NEW offensive weapons - Sprint dribbles, realistic player fakes, passing arrows, give and gas - SMARTER and FASTER Player and Goalie Intelligence - Over 3800 Superstars from 237 Teams in 12 International Leagues - All NEW PRO MODE for Expert Players - Full League, Playoff, and Tournament Modes - Features JOHN MOTSON, the Voice of International Soccer
Super Nintendo Entertainment System - 1994
WHAT A BLAST! EA SPORTS and the governing body of international soccer bring you the most realistic soccer game ever created for the Super NES. This is REAL Soccer - Brought to you EA Sports Style. - 30 International Teams - Real Soccer-Bicycle, Diving, Headers, and Slide Tackles. - Fully adjustable team formation, coverage, and strategy. - Super Stereo sound. - The most player animations of any sports game. - Referees throw out yellow and red cards for "dirty" play. - 5 player mode with Multi-Player Adapter. - Authentic crowd chants. - Take your favorite team through an...
Nintendo Game Boy - Released - 1995
It's all here - diving headers, bicycle kicks, dramatic saves in front of the net. The most realistic and complete version of the world's most popular sport is now available for your Game Boy. A fun, action-packed game where you control the action - on and off the field. You've got to think fast to get that goal! Choose from Exhibition, Tournament, Playoff and League modes and play soccer the way you like it.
Commodore Amiga - Released - 1994
The game that started the best-selling series licensed by football's world governing body, this first installment in the long running series used a dimetric (colloquially known as "isometric") viewpoint, previously unusual in football games but quickly imitated by several titles. The televisual presentation, one of the unique points of the early EA Sports titles, with hosts introducing the matches, was another thing making the game stand out from a market dominated by Sensible Soccer and Kick Off games.
Nintendo 64 - Released - March 26, 1997
FIFA Soccer 64 delivers the intensity and drama of international soccer to the Nintendo 64. You can choose from 150 national and club teams and develop your tactics and strategies in a friendly match. And when the time comes, try to win a Tournament. If you like something more substantial than tournament play, try to win a Season and become a league champion, or skip straight to the Playoffs. Should a friend want to join the action, he can with the Two-Player mode. In all of the game modes, you can play with free-and-loose Arcade rules, or strict referees and penalties in Simulation.
MS-DOS - Released - 1995
FIFA Soccer 96 is a football (soccer) simulation. The game includes eleven leagues from all around the world, ranging from the unknown players of the Malaysian league to the celebrated stars of the English and Italian leagues. 59 International teams are also featured, and it's possible to match the teams you want to against each other through friendlies, or you can also choose to play domestic tournaments or International ones such as the World Cup. If you're not satisfied with the composition of the various teams, you can create your own dream team through the custom team creator. British...
Sega Saturn - Released - September 29, 1995
IFA Soccer 96 is a football (soccer) simulation. The game includes eleven leagues from all around the world, ranging from the unknown players of the Malaysian league to the celebrated stars of the English and Italian leagues. 59 International teams are also featured, and it's possible to match the teams you want to against each other through friendlies, or you can also choose to play domestic tournaments or International ones such as the World Cup. If you're not satisfied with the composition of the various teams, you can create your own dream team through the custom team creator. British...
Sony Playstation - November 1, 1995
Next generation soccer is here! Features include: Silicon Graphics modeled players utilizing MotionDesign animation technology. New moves including 1-2 passing, fast dribble, volleys, dummies, fakes, and nutmegs! Over 3,500 real players with accurate strengths and weaknesses. Transfer real and custom players to create your dream team. 12 international leagues including English, Scottish, Italian, German and French.
Sega Genesis - Released - January 1, 1996
This iteration of the FIFA lineage includes commentary from John Motson with summaries from Andy Gray, with the between-match sections covered by Des Lynam. All player moves are from David Ginola using the MotionBlending technology. Full interactive replays are included. You can play a league or cup tournament, and practice your skills before playing. The game can be tailored to action or simulation style, with fouls, injuries and offsides available to toggle on or off. This version also includes a 6 vs 6 indoor play mode, and various multiplayer options
Sega Saturn - Released - March 20, 1997
FIFA 97 (also known as FIFA Soccer 97) is a video game developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts based on the game of football (soccer). It was released for the PC on June 24, 1996 and versions for PlayStation, SNES, Mega Drive and Sega Saturn followed. FIFA 97 was the fourth game in the FIFA Series and the second to use the Virtual Stadium engine. Unlike the first game to use the engine, FIFA 97 features polygonal players as opposed to the 2D sprites used in FIFA Soccer '96. The engine however received complaints for being sluggish in the PC and PlayStation versions. David...
Sega Genesis - February 16, 1996
Triple Play: Gold Edition is a baseball game released exclusively for the Sega Mega Drive. It is part of the long running Triple Play series.