FIFA Soccer 96

Game

FIFA Soccer 96 is the third football (soccer) simulation released by Electronic Arts and it was the first to feature real-time 3D graphics.

AliasFIFA 96
Year1995
GenreSports
Rating5 (5)10
PublisherElectronic Arts
DeveloperExtended Play Productions
Updated9 August 2017
TAGSmanagerial football soccer

Game Review

FIFA Soccer 96 is the third football (soccer) simulation released by Electronic Arts and it was the first to feature real-time 3D graphics.

Developed by Extended Play Productions, it was published in November 1995 for DOS, Mega Drive/Genesis, Sega Saturn, Sega 32X, Game Gear, PlayStation and SNES. It was also called FIFA 96: Virtual Soccer Stadium, with reference to the new technology that allowed a 3D stadium and automatic changes of the camera angle during the gameplay.

Making use of the official FIFA license, the game included real players name and roles, for the first time in a soccer game.

FIFA 96 was not only a best seller (especially in Europe) but also one of the most influential PC games ever released, making the FIFA series, started with FIFA International Soccer in 1993, one of the most successful franchise of the videogame's business.

Note: this is a reduced version without music and videos.



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