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Super Soccer (SNES)

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Title Screen

Super Soccer

Also known as: Super Formation Soccer (JP)
Developer: Human Entertainment
Publishers: Nintendo (US/EU), Human Entertainment (JP)
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: May 13, 1991
Released in US: May 1992
Released in EU: June 4, 1992

SoundtestIcon.png This game has a hidden sound test.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

The only entry in the Formation Soccer series to see a release outside of Japan.

Sound Test

Super Soccer SNES Sound Test.png

Press Right+Y+Select at the title screen (it might take a few tries).

(Source: Game Tricks Encyclopedia Wiki)

Regional Differences

Copyright Screen

Japan International
Super Soccer SFC Copyright Screen.png Super Soccer SNES Copyright Screen.png

The copyright screen was changed to account for Nintendo publishing the game outside of Japan, as well as the later release year.

Intro Cutscene

Japan International
Super Soccer SFC Intro.png Super Soccer SNES Intro.png

The text that appears at the beginning of the intro was changed.

Title Screen

Japan International
Super Soccer SFC Title.png Super Soccer SNES Title.png

The title logo and copyright info were changed, and Human Cup was changed to Tournament.

Tournament Mode

Japan International
Super Soccer SFC Human Cup.png Super Soccer SNES Tournament.png

The graphic of the trophy changed, and Mode Select was reversed to Select Mode.

Hidden Team

Japan International
Super Soccer SFC Human Team.png Super Soccer SNES Nintendo Team.png

At the team select screen in a 2 player game, hold Start and press B to access a hidden team. This team is named after Human Entertainment in the Japanese version, and named after Nintendo elsewhere.

Field Advertisements

The ads around the field are for Nintendo, the Game Boy, and (interestingly enough) SimCity in the International versions, while they're for Human Entertainment in the Japanese version.