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chrismada9

The Evolution of Football games

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International Superstar Soccer has to be up there though!! Scoring from the half-way line every time, sooo awesome!!

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the 97 indoor pitch was epic!!

ISS was one of my fave's as well. They were early pro ev's

Also some Pro ev's on the ps2 were great pro ev 4 and 5 were my favourites. 5 had the Chelsea centenary kit in it from then on you could transfer the badge onto the next games so you could create the chelsea kit in the next few games. Wasted alot of my life playing them.

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Fifa 98 was the game I was brought up on, made me love football. I knew three teams Manchester United, Real Madrid and Chelsea. I grew out of football for a few years thoughm, mainly due to poor coverage in here in Australia.

I nearly always played as France over Australia, I remember thumping Italy in the WC final 6-2.

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I played FIFA 2000 and 2001 on PS1 but since 2007 there have been only PES6 for PC which is definitely my most played game. :worship:

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Have vivid memories of being blown away by the "kick off" series of games and when the first FIFA "Fifa international soccer" came out on the megadrive... so much different to todays games but no less fun at the time..

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