Fever Pitch Soccer

Fever Pitch Soccer

In this isometric football game, 51 national teams are represented to play in two game modes: Exhibition and Tournament (a series of seven games on four continents, with a final against the World All-Stars), with the ability to set time, difficulty...

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Name Fever Pitch Soccer
Alternate Name
Head-On Soccer
North America
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Platform Atari Jaguar
Release Date December 1, 1995
Game Type Released
ESRB E - Everyone
Developers Distinctive Developments
Publishers Atari
Genres Sports
Max Players 2
Cooperative Yes
Rating

Community Rating: 2.87
Total Votes: 15
Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fever_Pitch_Soccer
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clw-TVAzba8
Overview
In this isometric football game, 51 national teams are represented to play in two game modes: Exhibition and Tournament (a series of seven games on four continents, with a final against the World All-Stars), with the ability to set time, difficulty level, see cutscenes after goals and if players are free to kick each other around without (many) fouls. While the game seems short-featured for 1995 standards, the tournament mode includes a twist: depending on how well the player defeats his opponents, he can trade his "standard players", who won't do anything spectacular (but at least fill up the ranks) for star players, who not only look different, are able to cross and backheel the ball but also have a unique ability at the disposal of the player. In Exhibition games teams start with their own setup of start players, from none to a full team. The playing surface also affects gameplay - playing in wet grass removes all ball bounce, the opposite occurring with sand, and the most dramatic change, a rocky field where the ball can change direction after hitting the ground, turning throw-ins into corners, poor attempts on goals and vice-versa.
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