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Retro Football: Good Old Fashioned ‘Sensible World Of Soccer’ Rage Quit (Video)

By Chris Wright

Here’s one that’s sure to chime with all those millions of people (like Pies) who found Sensible Soccer and its sequel utterly, brain-achingly infuriating: a good old fashioned Sensible World of Soccer rage quit!

The fiddly controls, the hopeless inability to turn with the ball, the sheer amount of curve and power computer players were able to get on their shots while yours repeatedly lilted gently into the opposing goalkeeper’s arms like a downy feather falling into a basket of cotton wool and kittens – combined it was enough to induce haemorrhaging.

WARNING: Given the nature of the meltdown, the language used is almost 100% expletives…

God damn thee SWOS, but what a theme tune…

(Via Branch of Science)

Suggested further reading…

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By Chris on July 25th, 2014 in Funnies, Games, Hardmen, Newsnow, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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3 Responses to “Retro Football: Good Old Fashioned ‘Sensible World Of Soccer’ Rage Quit (Video)”

  1. Harry Catknapp says:

    This brings back so many fond yet angry memories of me as an 8 year old playing on the amiga! I gave up trying to score and just slid around on the pitch in the end as I could never get any where, btw can any one remember sensible moon soccer?!

  2. B13 via Blendon says:

    Typically hilarious US constructive humour. Sounds like Joe Pesci and John Goodman spliced their genes to make a single figure IQ miscreant.

  3. Jarren says:

    I was actually quite good at Sensible Soccer.

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