International Superstar Soccer Deluxe, known as Jikkyou World Soccer 2: Fighting Eleven in Japan and also known as ISS Deluxe, is a football video game and the sequel to International Superstar Soccer developed and published by Konami. The Deluxe version was published first to the SNES in 1995, then the Mega Drive in 1996 (developed by Factor 5) and finally the PlayStation in 1997.
The game features 16 different formations, and 8 strategies, and includes 36 national sides. However, all players have fictitious names, due to a lack of official licensing. There are 6 different game modes. While there is no game saving function, there is a password system that allows the player to restore a previous game.
Open Game: A friendly match against a human player or the CPU with the option to choose a stadium, weather conditions, player’s handicap, number of players on the pitch and the skill level of the goal keeper. It is also possible to spectate a CPU vs CPU match. There’s a “Short League” mode where you can play in a 24-team mini-league, and a “Short Tournament” with 64 teams competing in a knockout tournament.
The game contains eight different stadiums, and all vary in the material of the pitch and the surrounding décor, and are all of different sizes. The game can be played in many weather conditions. Besides friendly matches and tournaments, the player could also choose the Scenario mode, where they would resume a game with his team either losing and tying to win it within the few time left on the clock. The matches in the Scenario mode were heavily influenced by real matches with similar score.
International Superstar Soccer Deluxe
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
September 22, 1995
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