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World Tour Soccer 06 (PSP)

World Tour Soccer 06 (PSP)
alaScore 74

6 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites.

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(Based on 6 reviews)

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World Tour Soccer ‘06

 

Ease of play is one of the tenants for Sony's portable machine. Action RPG titles like the Untold Legends series are “streamlined” to provide players with quick bursts of gameplay. There are plenty of puzzle games on the system as well. When it comes...

Arcade challenges

No real clubs or leagues ; Too much of an emphasis on arcade play in a "real" setting

We hope that next year's offering will provide a much clearer vision of what the game is supposed to be.

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World Tour Soccer 06

 

Lots of fun mini-games sadly lacking any sort of season mode to tie it all together.

On the same note, it's disappointing to see season play missing. After all, what's the point of polishing up one's soccer skills if there's no championship to win, no drafts to reward a player for winning a series of games with the worst possible...

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World Tour Soccer 06 Review

 

SCEA's soccer title is best described as soccer with an arcade twist.

If this were a console game, I'd be rather upset with the limited number of play modes; however the modes fit the PSP perfectly and makes a good pick up and play game. While I'd like to play a league mode with a schedule, if you can over look that...

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World Tour Soccer '06 Sony PSP Review

 

Fairly intuitive arcade-style play. Excellent voice and sound. Nice variety of challenges

Lack of online participants. Uneven controls. Oven-mitt hands and cinderblock heads

First of all, in the interest of full disclosure I must admit that I am an American. This basically means that I should have as much interest in a soccer game as I would in a game about soft cheeses or competitive opera singing. Second, I must admit...

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World Tour Soccer 06

 

Sony's London studio has perfected "My First Soccer Game" for beginners.

Beginner-friendly, rewarding Medal Modes are fun and innovative; full use of PSP's Wi-Fi capabilities

Muddy graphics; online is a ghost town; will likely be too dumbed-down for die-hard soccer game fans

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World Tour Soccer '06

 

We check out Studio London's second portable footy outing.

Here's the thing, though: the few challenges we got to play were a blast -- and most of us in the office don't even play soccer games (well, except for Matt, who's a psycho soccer fan). It's a refreshingly new approach to conveying what it, at its...

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