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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011, also known as Winning Eleven 2011, and usually shortened to PES 2011 or WE 2011, will be the new installment in Konami's strongly followed football (soccer) series. It will be released on September 30th in Europe, and on October 5th in the US.
FIFA 10 is EA Sports' 2009-2010 edition of the successful football game franchise.
An entry in EA's soccer franchise released to coincide with the 2002 World Cup. It is very similar to the previously-released FIFA 2002, with a few additions and tweaks.
Follow up to World League Soccer 98 endorsed by Michael Owen
FIFA 99 is a soccer game from EA Sports, mainly focusing on the 1998/1999 season of soccer all over the world. It was the first of it's kind featuring all the major leagues, with major gameplay and graphics increased.
ISS '98 was released before the start of FIFA World Cup in June 1998 as the second installment of the International Superstar Soccer series. It featured many new motion captured animations, additional camera angles, new teams and an extended player creation kit.
Promoted as "The official England team game". Released just in time for World Cup 98 in France.
The official Fifa World Cup '98 game, including all 32 licensed international teams and all 10 stadiums.
FIFA 98: Road to World Cup is a multiplatform instalment of the popular soccer video game series, allowing players to relive moments from the 1998 FIFA World Cup.
A soccer/football game. The fourth game in the FIFA series.
An association football (soccer) game based around the Atlanta Olympics in 1996.
The third entry in EA Sports's long-running licensed soccer series. Features two distinct versions depending on whether the player has a 16-bit system or a 32-bit system.
Released by Sega in 1994, this was the first 3D football/soccer game and the first texture-mapped 3D sports game, and was a huge success in the arcades.
FIFA 95 is the second installment of the popular FIFA franchise. This version included many more teams than the first FIFA, and this time there were clubs involved.
Soccer game developed by A-Max and released by Capcom for the Super Nintendo system. Known in Japan as "J.League Excite Stage '94".
A soccer simulator from SIMS that was branded with Tecmo and Tengen licensing in different releases.
The first entry in the popular gaming franchise about the most popular sport in the world. Staring only international teams it is virtually unrecognizable compared to the modern FIFA games.
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