Join Kunio and the gang in River City Soccer Hooligans as they go head to head with the world's soccer elite to win the World Soccer Championship! Shoot, pass, and attack the competition!
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River City Soccer Hooligans Key Features:
Select your matches from 12 opposing teams from around the world. As Captain Kunio, you can strategize by changing your formations, checking weather forecasts, talking to your teammates, and giving them special items to boost their performance!
Can't become world's best without practice! Practice mode allows the player to improve their techniques by customizing the conditions. Select your stage, field, and weather conditions. Two-on-Two play lets the player focus on the striker of their choice. Perform special sets of moves like the Drill Attack, Tornado Kick, Explosive Attack, and Super Head Shot.
On a mission to kick butt and take names! Unlock 50 unique items for your teammates by fulfilling conditions during matches in Normal and Hard mode! Check out your collection and choose which teammate to give items to for stat boosts.
Battle against up to 4 players through DS Play either an Opponent Match (2 vs. 2) or a PK Match (Penalty Kick) with friends or against the CPU.
River City Soccer Hooligans is rated
2.0 out of
Rated 2 out of
River City Soccer Hooligans Not Funny, Not FunBeing a huge fan of the original River City Ransom on the NES and the similar Super Dodge Ball (NES) and the Super Dodgeball Brawlers (DS), I figured this game would provide a good bit of fun. Unfortunately, ball control is annoying at best, the music and sounds suffer the same ailment and penalty kicks are awfully constructed. You view everything from the side so you can't tell if your opponent is shooting high left, right middle, etc. This fun of this game is like waiting for a punchline from a bad joke. You expect something decent and are instead left with boring gameplay and sloppy controls. I was hoping for some arcade-style fun in the form of a soccer game. Instead, I can tell the developers tried taking the formula from their dodgeball games and translating it to a soccer field. It did not work.