J. League Jikkyou Winning Eleven '98-'99

J. League Jikkyou Winning Eleven '98-'99

The J-League Winning Eleven series is exclusive to Japan and has been released since 2007 before the release of Pro Evolution Soccer and World Soccer: Winning Eleven. Prior to 2007, the game was released after the earlier games were...

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Name J. League Jikkyou Winning Eleven '98-'99
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Platform Sony Playstation
Release Date December 3, 1998
Game Type Released
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Developers KCE Sapporo
Publishers Konami Co., Ltd.
Genres Sports
Max Players 2
Cooperative No
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The J-League Winning Eleven series is exclusive to Japan and has been released since 2007 before the release of Pro Evolution Soccer and World Soccer: Winning Eleven. Prior to 2007, the game was released after the earlier games were released. J.League Winning Eleven '98-'99 is the officially licensed action soccer game based on the second stage of the 1998 J.League season. It is the follow-up to J.league '97 and Winning Eleven 3. The series is well known for its smooth gameplay and simplicity of controls. New features over J.League Winning Eleven 3: - Different commentator in Yu Manabe - 1 new team has been added to the J.League in 1998, the recently promoted Consadole Sapporo - Jomo Cup added. This is one of the all-star competition that pits the foreign stars - Better player movements and play dynamics. - Video clips have been added to the opening and credit screens. Game Modes: - Exhibition: Play against or with another human player or a computer opponent. - J.League: Choose a team a try to win the J.League. - Cup Mode: Choose a team a try to win the cup. - Special Match: Play with All Stars Team or Jomo Cup Teams. - P.K.: Penalty Kick Match - Training: Choose one of the teams and practice.
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