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FIFA Soccer 96

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FIFA Soccer 96
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SEGA Saturn Box Art
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Extended Play Productions
EA Sports
FIFA
FIFA Soccer
Association Football
PlayStation CD-ROMMega Drive Cartridge32X CartridgeGame PakGame Gear CartridgeCD-ROM
PlayStation, Genesis, Saturn, 32X, SNES, Game Gear and DOS
Retail Features
Gameplay-Single-player.pngGameplay-Multi-player.png
Ratings
This title has been rated KA by the ESRB
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
PlayStation, Saturn, Genesis, 32X, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Gear and DOS
1995
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FIFA Soccer 96 (also known as FIFA 96: Virtual Soccer Stadium) is a video game developed by Extended Play Productions and released by EA Sports in 1995. It was released for the Genesis, SEGA Saturn, 32X, SEGA Game Gear, PlayStation, SNES and DOS systems.

FIFA 96 is the third entry in the FIFA Soccer series and its tagline was Next Generation Soccer. Also, the game was the first in the series to feature real-time 3D graphics on the Sega Saturn, PlayStation, 32X, and DOS versions, using technology called "Virtual Stadium". The SNES and Genesis editions used the FIFA 95 engine. Many experts regard this game as the first really successful FIFA game[1].

Game leagues[edit | edit source]

11 leagues were included in the game:

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

FIFA 96 features 15 songs which were composed and arranged by Graeme Coleman.

Reception[edit | edit source]

IGN gave the PlayStation version 7.8 out of 10, while GamePro gave the same version 4 out of 5. For the DOS version PC Gamer gave a 92 out of 100.

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