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Red Card Soccer (PS2) - Screens Gallery

by Rainier on March 21, 2002 @ 11:27 a.m. PST

Midway Sports Asylum, the sports brand of leading software industry publisher and developer Midway Games Inc., announced today that RedCardTM Soccer, an 11-on-11 (including goalies) adrenaline-style soccer game is in development for next-generation systems. RedCard Soccer is scheduled to ship in spring 2002. In case you did not see the massively spread screens before .. here's ohh an odd 100 or so to go showing off players, ninja's, monkey's and all kinds of weird stuff.

RedCard Soccer is a unique entry into the soccer genre, with an authentic combination of soccer action, lightening-fast gameplay, stunning next-generation graphics and intense adrenaline-style gameplay. Emphasizing the most popular aspects of professional soccer, RedCard Soccer features 32 international teams, stadiums and rabid soccer fans from around the world. Players engage in bone-crunching slide tackles and spectacular over-the-top animated moves including bike, flip and scissor kicks and ankle-breaking dekes and jukes. Players can also raise the team’s momentum and add increased attributes while an aggressive player AI offers loads of scoring opportunities and penalties.

“RedCard Soccer is the only in-your-face soccer game slated for next-generation consoles,” said Justin Heber, Managing Director, Midway Games Ltd. “Midway is dedicating RedCard Soccer to gamers, soccer fans and hooligans alike with this raucous gameplay attitude, which will spice up the normally traditional simulation soccer category.” Players can choose to compete in a single game with up to four players in Friendly Mode or challenge their friends in a quick, single-elimination tournament in Party Mode. If the championship is the ultimate goal, players can choose the Cup Mode and compete against the remaining 31 teams or use the Create-a-Team feature to produce their own custom super-team, choosing different players from each country.

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