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Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Review

 Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi is a soccer video game developed and published by Tecmo in 1992 for the Super Famicom. It is the fourth game in the Captain Tsubasa series. The game follows the story of the manga of the same name and features characters from the series. The game features a unique two-player mode, which allows two players to play against each other in a soccer match. Players can also customize their teams and choose from a variety of formations.

HIKARU MATSUYAMA with blue animation black fireworks colour animation green jumper on
The game has a strong manga feel to it all and I find the idea of it being like a command and conquer sort of version of football game for how gameplay works interesting and cool and I find the idea of the players more more like superhero Animation style kind of interesting or cool but the way to score is pretty messy since you need to move it exact location and the computer goalkeeper move fast and efficient as well which can make the game play kind of hard to do well at but display wise looks perfect.

player with light blue t-shiort on with red shorts on green football piece with the man looking like animation style and shows Japanese language and ball below his feet and like map of football pitch below


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