9/101 Votes Alchetron
Director(s) Shingo Takatsuka
Initial release date 11 August 1998
Genre Sports game
Producer(s) Kazuhisa Hashimoto
Mode Single-player video game
|Developer(s) Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo|
Composer(s) Shinji Enomoto Kosuke Soeda Nobuhiko Matsufuji Hideki Kasai Akira Yamaoka
Series International Superstar Soccer
Similar International Superstar Soccer games, Konami games, Other games
International Superstar Soccer Pro 98 (officially abbreviated as ISS Pro 98 and released in Japan in three editions: J.League Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3, World Soccer Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3: World Cup France '98 and World Soccer Jikkyou Winning Eleven 3 Final Ver.) is a football video game which follows International Superstar Soccer Pro developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo. The Japanese version was re-released in 1999 as Winning Eleven 3: Final Version with some slight improvements. The English commentary for the game is provided by Tony Gubba.
- Colombia vs england international superstar soccer pro 98 ps1
- Game modes
- Winning Eleven 3: Final Ver.
Although it lacked FIFPro licence, it featured Italian striker Fabrizio Ravanelli along with German goalkeeper Andreas Koepke (on German release) and Paul Ince (on British release) on the cover. The cover of the Nintendo 64 version featured Colombian player Carlos Valderrama, and the game featured license from Reebok to use their logos in adboards and the Chilean kits. It is impossible to lose the match by accumulating too many red cards. After the third red card only yellows are shown.
The Nintendo 64 version is called International Superstar Soccer 98, and was developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Osaka as a completely different game.
Colombia vs england international superstar soccer pro 98 ps1
The features six different game modes. Modes existing in previous version have been developed and the two new have been added.
Although team line-ups were to reflect 1998 FIFA World Cup squads there are some inconsistencies. For example, players named 'Rabanilli' (representing Fabrizio Ravanelli for Italy), 'Romedio' (representing Romario for Brazil), 'Zabie' (representing Luis Roberto Alves "Zague" for Mexico) or 'Ber' (representing Ibrahim Ba for France) did not participate in the final tournament. Some players in the game of both qualified and non-qualified teams had initially retired for their team one year before the 1998 World Cup. For example, Colin Miller (Biller), Randy Samuel (Zamual) of Canada and Carlos Hermosillo (Hermosio) of Mexico had retired from international football in 1997.
Winning Eleven 3: Final Ver.
The Japanese release, Winning Eleven 3 was re-released in 1999 as Winning Eleven 3: Final Ver.. The major changes and improvements have been focused on graphic and statistical updates rather than on engine itself. The most significant differences from the original are:
The game was a bestseller in the UK and Japan.