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      16.09.2001 04:18

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      Sega aren't renowned for producing top quality football games, they didn't do very well with Sega World Wide Soccer - any of them, and Virtua Striker 2000.v.1 was a joke, but there have managed to up class Virgin Interactive as Virgin's game - European Super League, is the most appalling football game, ever. The game is just not a game. They have managed to gain an official licence, so there's 16 of the best football teams available to choose from, including Liverpool, Manchester United, Real, Barcelona and more - but SIXTEEN teams? That's just not enough I'm afraid, and you won't recognise any of the players anyway, so there's no real point. The graphics are bemusing. This game would be ridiculed on a 32bit console, on a 128bit Dreamcast, the game is beyond a joke, the visuals are pathetic - they spent more time on the stadiums, and totally forgot about the rest. This isn't authentic, this is laughable and just not what you should be playing. The controls are slightly better than the ping-pong pinball style action you'll see in the Virtua Striker game, but that doesn't say much. It's hard to run, shoot, tackle or make a string of passes - I can only assume they employed football haters to make ESL. Overall. Overall nothing - it's a waste of money, time and your game playing. Avoid it. 1 star.

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      29.08.2001 06:51

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      Sega aren't renowned for producing top quality football games, they didn't do very well with Sega World Wide Soccer - any of them, and Virtua Striker 2000.v.1 was a joke, but there have managed to up class Virgin Interactive as Virgin's game - European Super League, is the most appalling football game, ever. The game is just not a game. They have managed to gain an official licence, so there's 16 of the best football teams available to choose from, including Liverpool, Manchester United, Real, Barcelona and more - but SIXTEEN teams? That's just not enough I'm afraid, and you won't recognise any of the players anyway, so there's no real point. The graphics are bemusing. This game would be ridiculed on a 32bit console, on a 128bit Dreamcast, the game is beyond a joke, the visuals are pathetic - they spent more time on the stadiums, and totally forgot about the rest. This isn't authentic, this is laughable and just not what you should be playing. The controls are slightly better than the ping-pong pinball style action you'll see in the Virtua Striker game, but that doesn't say much. It's hard to run, shoot, tackle or make a string of passes - I can only assume they employed football haters to make ESL. Overall. Overall nothing - it's a waste of money, time and your game playing. Avoid it. 1 star.

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