Fever Pitch Soccer

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Fever Pitch Soccer (Head-On Soccer)
Fever Pitch Soccer (Head-On Soccer)
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Developer(s) U.S. Gold
Publisher(s) Atari Games (Atari Jaguar), U.S. Gold (Another)
Platform(s) Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, Atari Jaguar
Release date(s) 1995 (Sega Genesis), 1995 (December), (Atari Jaguar, 1995 (Super Nintendo)
Genre(s) Sports, Soccer (Football)
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Distribution Cartridge

Fever Pitch Soccer (in North America, Head-On Soccer) is a soccer video game developed by US Gold. It was released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Mega Drive, and Atari Jaguar consoles. It is a slapstick game in which the player tends to have to lean towards "dirty" play, special player abilities include the ability to dive in an attempt to win a free-kick or penalty. There are two gameplay modes; tournament and exhibition. A password is given out following the successful completion of each game in the tournament so that play can be resumed at a later point.

In Germany, the Super NES game is known as Mario Basler: Jetzt geht’s Los!.[1]

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