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Topic # 113362 15-Jan-2013 00:07 Send private message

I thought I'd give FIFA 12 a go (the last version I played was FIFA 06), but it's all way too complicated. I feel like I need to spend hours memorising the different combinations on the keyboard or the gamepad just to start playing on the novice level. I just don't have the patience or the time for that. Something is seriously wrong if playing a soccer simulator is harder than playing the real thing.

All I really need is a simple soccer game, no realism, no dozens of combos and achievements - just something to play for an hour after the family has gone to sleep. I tried Googling, but it seems there were no arcade soccer games developed in this millenium. Does anyone know better?




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  Reply # 744850 15-Jan-2013 08:09 Send private message

you could look at Pure Football 2 or FIFA street 2



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  Reply # 744880 15-Jan-2013 09:28 Send private message

Is there such a thing as Pure Football 2?
And I thought Pure Football and FIFA Street were console only?




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  Reply # 744935 15-Jan-2013 11:10 Send private message

Amiga 500 emulator (WinUAE) > Sensible Soccer imo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNyU4xc-G6Y



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  Reply # 745242 15-Jan-2013 18:01 Send private message

Ragnor: Amiga 500 emulator (WinUAE) > Sensible Soccer imo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNyU4xc-G6Y


Whoa, awesome! Thanks.




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