Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo Localizing Japanese Soccer Management Game For Europe

    0

    image Sure, Nintendo publishes the Inazuma Eleven games in Europe, but Nintendo also has their own soccer simulation game. Last year, Nintendo released Pocket Soccer League: Calicobit for Nintendo 3DS which lets players create their own soccer team.

     

    Nintendo of Europe announced they are bringing this game over as Nintendo Pocket Football Club. The localized version has the same retro graphics, but instead of different prefectures in Japan there are different European countries. You can customize your team by creating a flag and picking uniform colors. Since this is a soccer management game you can recruit new players and choose where they stand in your team’s formation. Players don’t actually control characters when a soccer game starts, you sit back and see if your planning was effective or not. The game supports online multiplayer throughout Europe, so it looks like it won’t be compatible with the Japanese version.

     

    Nintendo Pocket Football Club will be released next year as an eShop download.

    Siliconera Staff
    Sometimes we'll publish a story as a group. You'll find collaborative stories and some housekeeping announcements under this mysterious camel.

    You may also like

    More in Nintendo 3DS