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UEFA Champions League 2004-2005 screenshotUEFA Champions League 2004-2005 2005


UEFA Champions League 2006-2007 screenshotUEFA Champions League 2006-2007 2007


UEFA Champions League Season 1999/2000 screenshotUEFA Champions League Season 1999/2000 2000


UEFA Champions League Season 2001/2002 screenshotUEFA Champions League Season 2001/2002 2002


UEFA Euro 2000 screenshotUEFA Euro 2000 2000


UEFA Euro 2004 Portugal screenshotUEFA Euro 2004 Portugal 2004
Sharing the field with the publisher's perennially popular FIFA games, EA Sports' UEFA Euro 2004: Portugal is designed to deliver the pride and competition of the title tournament to futbol fans in North America. The 2004 Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) finals matches, held in a selection of Portuguese...


UEFA Euro 2008 screenshotUEFA Euro 2008 2008


UEFA Euro 96 England screenshotUEFA Euro 96 England 1996
An official licensed game of the European Championships held in England in 1996. All 16 teams are available to choose from and the following Game Types: European Championship, Friendly Game, Practice Penalties and Practice Match (only the opposition's goalkeeper is on the pitch). A couple of options of note are...


UEFA Manager 2000 screenshotUEFA Manager 2000 2000


Ultimate Football '95 screenshotUltimate Football '95 1995
Relive the 1994 National Football League season or draft your own teams and create a personalized league with Ultimate Football '95 by MicroProse. Guide your favorite team against computer or human opponents as you play an entire schedule or individual games. Make trades, design plays, make on the field decisions,...


Ultimate NFL Coaches Club Football screenshotUltimate NFL Coaches Club Football 1994
Ultimate NFL Coaches Club Football puts armchair quarterbacks at the helm of their favorite teams as they guide them through the season, into the playoffs, and on to a Super Bowl victory. Every NFL team from the 1993 season is here with every player represented based on their actual season...


Ultimate Soccer Manager screenshotUltimate Soccer Manager 1995
Ultimate Soccer Manager is football manager based on the 4 top English leagues. It includes a full icon-driven interface, where instead of clicking the option buttons, each screen is seen as the office in question (manager, president, bank, etc), and to access the screens the player has to click in...


Ultimate Soccer Manager 2 screenshotUltimate Soccer Manager 2 1996
Ultimate Soccer Manager 2 is the followup of USM and mostly a graphical improvement over the DOS and Amiga AGA versions. Now sporting a 640x480 resolution, all of the offices menus (from where all options are selected) are crisper and some of them were merged together to simplify navigation. New features...


Ultimate Soccer Manager 98-99 screenshotUltimate Soccer Manager 98-99 1999
One of the most underrated soccer simulation series of all time is back, and this time is arguably a better game than venerable Championship Manager 2. USM 98 contains data for the 7 biggest Euroepean Leagues: England, Scotland, Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands. That's over 400 clubs and...


Unnecessary Roughness screenshotUnnecessary Roughness 1993
Unnecessary Roughness is a football game featuring Super VGA graphics, multiple offensive and defensive sets, customizable audibles, blitzes, head butts, high fives, NFL teams, and play-by-play announcer Al Michaels. The NFLPA license allows the inclusion of real NFL players like "Neon" Deion Sanders, Junior Seau, Thurman Thomas, Michael Irvin,...


Unnecessary Roughness '95 screenshotUnnecessary Roughness '95 1994
UR95 is your average football game featuring both single plays against the computer or a friend, and full-fledged seasons, including playoffs and Super Bowls. The main attraction to the game however is a "Construction Set" option which allows you to create everything for your own team, to your playbook and tournaments....


Unnecessary Roughness '96 screenshotUnnecessary Roughness '96 1995
Unnecessary Roughness '96 is the 1996's incarnation of Accolade's series of American football games. Updates in this version attempt to correct the "arcadish" feel the previous had with a much bigger emphasis on team management and coaching. You can buy entire teams, make any trades, set salary caps, manage rosters...


V-Rally Edition 99 screenshotV-Rally Edition 99 1999


Val d'Isère Ski Park Manager: Edition 2003 screenshotVal d'Isère Ski Park Manager: Edition 2003 2003


Vancouver 2010 screenshotVancouver 2010 2010
Fans of cold-weather sports find international competition in Vancouver 2010, a high-def generation video game based on the 21st Winter Olympics. Focusing on individual events with elements of speed and danger, the game makes 14 separate cold-weather sports are available for play, including multiple modes of skiing and snowboarding, speed...


Virtua Tennis screenshotVirtua Tennis 2002
Hitmaker brings the popular Sega Dreamcast title Virtua Tennis to the PC and serves up seven international stars competing in four gameplay modes: Arcade, Exhibition, World Circuit, and Multiplayer (up to four players via LAN or on a single machine). Players can maneuver stars Jim Courier, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Cedric Pioline,...


Virtua Tennis 2009 screenshotVirtua Tennis 2009 2009
Building on its high-def debut in 2007, Sega's respected Virtua Tennis game returns to the virtual courts on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and in a PC download. The series' simple control scheme and realistic action are bolstered with refinements to serving, volleying, and net play, and the added possibility for...


Virtua Tennis 3 screenshotVirtua Tennis 3 2007


Virtua Tennis 4 screenshotVirtua Tennis 4 2011
Sega's longest-running sports series returns to the courts, with new control options and an expanded roster, in 2011's Virtua Tennis 4. In addition to high-profile Virtua Tennis veterans such as Nadal, Federer, and Murray, gamers can play as or against series newcomers including Juan Martín Del Potro, Fernando Gonzalez, Laura...


Virtual Karts screenshotVirtual Karts 1995
Virtual Karts supports both VGA and SVGA resolutions, provides networking possibilities for up to eight players and a simulation realism with which Super Karts can hardly compare. For a moment, I asked myself why the company chose the name "Virtual Karts". The number of possible views during the race might be...


Virtual Pool screenshotVirtual Pool 1995
Virtual Pool is the definitive pool simulation game that actually teaches novice players how to play and even promises to improve the game of the pool shark. Developed by a team of physicists and professional pool players, Virtual Pool brings the game to life with the highest degree of accuracy....


Virtual Pool 2 screenshotVirtual Pool 2 1997
Virtual Pool was the best pool simulation on the market. It only makes sense that the game that finally beat it is... Virtual Pool 2. After playing the first game, it's difficult to believe that the game could get much better. Difficult to believe until you play Virtual Pool 2,...


Virtual Pool 3 screenshotVirtual Pool 3 2000
In Virtual Pool 3 Featuring Jeanette Lee, the stellar musical and video intro, which features Jeanette Lee taking her opponents to the cleaners during many of her victories, is a great prelude to a fairly solid game that is only a few components shy of being tremendous. From the opening...


Virtual Pool Hall screenshotVirtual Pool Hall 1999


Virtual Skipper 3 screenshotVirtual Skipper 3 2003
With publisher Enlight at the helm, and development once again crewed by the old salts at Nadeo, Virtual Skipper sails back onto North American home computer screens in this third edition. As in earlier versions of the premiere sailboat simulation, players choose their vessel from a variety of categories, then...


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