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Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shōgō Campione

Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shōgō Campione is a soccer sports game developed by Tecmo and published by Tecmo Koei for the Super Famicom exclusively in Japan. It was released on April 21, 1995. It is the fifth game in the Captain Tsubasa series.

The game is a soccer simulation game in which players take control of a team of characters from the Captain Tsubasa manga and anime series. The game features a variety of game modes, including a tournament, a league, and a cup mode. Players can also create their own teams and customize their team's stats and formation. The game also features a practice mode, in which players can practice their soccer skills.

The game is viewed from an overhead perspective, and the player controls their team using the game's control pad. The game also features a two-player versus mode.

The game was well-received by critics and fans alike, with many praising its gameplay, graphics, and variety of game modes. It is seen as a classic in the Captain Tsubasa series, and is still fondly remembered by many players.

Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shōgō Campione" is a video game based on the Japanese manga and anime series "Captain Tsubasa". It was released in Japan for the Super Famicom console in 1993. The game is a soccer simulation game that allows players to control various teams and compete against one another in matches. The story follows the journey of the main character Tsubasa Ozora as he strives to become the best soccer player in the world. Like other games in the Captain Tsubasa franchise, it has been well-received by fans of the series.


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