90 Minutes

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90 Minutes
90 Minutes.jpg
European Dreamcast cover art
Developer(s)Smilebit
Publisher(s)Sega
Platform(s)Dreamcast
Release
  • EU: October 25, 2001
  • JP: February 7, 2002
Genre(s)Sports
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

90 Minutes: Sega Championship Football is a football video game developed by Smilebit for the Dreamcast. In Japan it was released as J.League Spectacle Soccer (Jリーグ スペクタクルサッカー), tying it in with the Japanese J.League.[1][2] It features full field action, as well as sim elements such as the ability to make an all-star team.

Gameplay[edit]

Players have the freedom to select from over 32 national teams, as well as club teams from major leagues across Europe and around the world.[3][4] There is a choice of club teams from the English, French, German, Italian and Spanish leagues.[3][4] Players may challenge for the World Championship (based on the World Cup) or compete for title glory in a Domestic League competition.[3][4]

The game also features in-game commentary from British television and radio commentator Alan Parry.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "J.League Spectacle Soccer Release Information for Dreamcast".
  2. ^ "90 Minutes: Sega Championship Football From Sega Retro".
  3. ^ a b c d 90 Minutes: Gamestyle Review[permanent dead link] Jason Julier, 21/09/01, Retrieved: 25/04/18
  4. ^ a b c 90 Minutes: GameFAQs Review Hydroxyl, 12/06/02

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