Tony Meola's Sidekick Soccer

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Tony Meola's Sidekick Soccer
Tony Meola's Sidekick Soccer cover art (Japanese version)
Basic Information
Video Game
[[Sculptured Software]][[Category:Sculptured Software]]
[[Pack-In-Video (JP)
Electro Brain (NA)
Electro Brain (EU)
]][[Category:Pack-In-Video (JP)
Electro Brain (NA)
Electro Brain (EU)
Traditional soccer simulation
16-megabit cartridge
Super NES controller
Super Famicom
CERO: n/a (not rated)
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Tony Meola's Sidekick Soccer is a soccer/football video game released for Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993.

This game is named after US goalkeeper Tony Meola (who was the American goalkeeper during the 1994 FIFA World Cup). It went under several names in different markets, such as in Latin America under the name Super Copa and in Japan under the name Ramos Rui no World Wide Soccer. The quantity of teams in this game is big but also very standard, the interesting thing here is that the players can have the possibility to play with teams from different parts of the United States, so they can play a match between Mexico City and Miami or Los Angeles versus Sacramento (California) for example.

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