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Mega Man Soccer

Mega Man Soccer (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Sports (Soccer)
Developer: Capcom
AKA: RockMan's Soccer (JP)

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Reader Reviews

Mega Man Soccer review

Reviewed December 03, 2008

Halon says: "When one used to think of a gaming franchise, such as Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros, chances are that the first things that will come into their mind is Mario’s adventures against Bowser. But now with all of the Mario games released not related to the original series, such as Super Mario Kart and Mario Golf, one might not necessarily think of those adventures, but of some other event that he participated in. "
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Mega Man Soccer review

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sgreenwell says: "In Mega Man Soccer, Dr. Light is now running a soccer team. Why? Because Dr. Wily took over the soccer championship game! Duh! And how else are you going to beat him, besides a soccer game??? Put him in jail? Shoot him down with a rocket? Crazy talk! Soccer is the only way!"
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