FIFA Soccer 95
FIFA Soccer 95 is a 1994 sports video game developed and published by Electronic Arts. Based on the sport of association football, the game tasks the player with controlling a football team. The game was released for the Sega Genesis in November 1994. It is a sequel to FIFA International Soccer and the second game in the FIFA series. It is the only FIFA title to be not released on PC.
FIFA Soccer 95 is a video game that simulates association football. The game utilizes an isometric viewpoint. The player controls one of the eleven footballers on their team, with the ability to switch to control another footballer. The game allows up to four players at the same time, each controlling a different footballer. The players can choose to control a footballer on the same team or on opposing teams. The remaining footballers are controlled by the computer.
Club sides are included for the first time in the series, with clubs from six leagues across Europe; the Premier League in England, Ligue 1 in France, the Bundesliga in Germany, Serie A in Italy, the Eredivisie in the Netherlands and La Liga in Spain. Several clubs from the Campeonato Brasileiro leagues in Brazil and clubs named for cities in the American Professional Soccer League in the USA are also included. The licenses did not cover the player names, so fictional names are used instead.
Other new features compared to the previous game include the implementation of the penalty shootout to resolve games that finish in a draw after extra time (FIFA International Soccer had instead used next-goal-wins at the end of extra time).
How to play:
Click on the joystick icon in the FIFA Soccer 95 online emulator to see how to control the FIFA Soccer 95 game