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Sensible Soccer 2006 (PC) - 97p (instore pickup only) @ PC World
Sensible Soccer 2006 (PC) - 97p (instore pickup only) @ PC World

Sensible Soccer 2006 (PC) - 97p (instore pickup only) @ PC World

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PC World has "Sensible Soccer 2006" for just 97p. It's instore pickup only, but this means you don't pay delivery fees.

Visually, the game has a distinctive new graphical style, which includes cel-shaded players with the classic enlarged heads, designed to appeal both to fans and gamers.

* The return of the all-time classic
* 350 different teams
* Lightning fast gameplay
* Co-operative mode
* 50 competitions to win

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SWOS is the best football game, just after ISS pro 98.

Countless hours have I lost in front of the tv playing it on my old Commodore Amiga...

nimeshjm;3861166

SWOS is the best football game, just after ISS pro 98.Countless hours … SWOS is the best football game, just after ISS pro 98.Countless hours have I lost in front of the tv playing it on my old Commodore Amiga...



Too true, somehow if they just took SWOS and improved on it's managerial side a little (a few stats, a few training options, a few physio options - a bit like the first premier manager, all of which are optional) and fixed the players values dropping like a lead balloon, then they could be onto an absolute winner. It's so simple, and yet so beautiful - makes me want to get a 360 just to get the version of the game on there, if it's ok :-) The thought of playing SWOS for hours appeals to me....

Alas, this just isn't the same, not in any way. i bought SWOS 2000 after codemasters bought it, hoping that it'd be good - and it was an epic fail. Two plays on it, and then i stopped playing altogether.

Come back sensible software... your games were truly amazing.

Now who wants to make a SWOS league where we travel around the country to play SWOS with each other? More to the point, who has an amiga still? The emulators just don't quite cut the mustard either! Though WinUAE is perfect.

Somehow hearing the floppy drive crunch on the Amiga while the game was loading was comforting....

Have i lost it after eating too much Turkey, food, and drinking lots of alcohol? yeah, probably.

calen;3861366

Too true, somehow if they just took SWOS and improved on it's managerial … Too true, somehow if they just took SWOS and improved on it's managerial side a little (a few stats, a few training options, a few physio options - a bit like the first premier manager, all of which are optional) and fixed the players values dropping like a lead balloon, then they could be onto an absolute winner. It's so simple, and yet so beautiful - makes me want to get a 360 just to get the version of the game on there, if it's ok :-) The thought of playing SWOS for hours appeals to me....Alas, this just isn't the same, not in any way. i bought SWOS 2000 after codemasters bought it, hoping that it'd be good - and it was an epic fail. Two plays on it, and then i stopped playing altogether.Come back sensible software... your games were truly amazing.Now who wants to make a SWOS league where we travel around the country to play SWOS with each other? More to the point, who has an amiga still? The emulators just don't quite cut the mustard either! Though WinUAE is perfect.




You need to check this out, Been going on for ages sensiblesoccer.de/ind…ain
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