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Kick Off 2002 The Legend is back

Virtual Programming have formally announced that they have reached an agreement with Anco, which will allow them to produce an Intent/ AmigaDE conversion of Anco's Kickoff 2002. Over a month ago Amiga Flame reported that VP were working on a Mac conversion and asked readers to contact VP regarding a conversion to Intent/ AmigaDE. It would seem that VP have responded to these requests and so Intent/ AmigaDE will soon have its first soccer game.

According to Anco the 'Kick Off' brand has sold nearly 3.5 million units worldwide over the past 12 years and even though it has had to deal with some tough competition, it is regarded as one of the most successful selling football games of all time. Unlike some developers who tend to concentrate on making the graphics of football games more realistic, Anco have always concentrated on the control system and playing mode, and thus giving gamers a superb playing experience.

Kick Off 2002 throws the player head first into the pace and excitement of international soccer, with over 204 national teams to chose from. Each player will have a unique combination of eight skills and physical attribute stats, with such details important when putting together your team. Kick Off 2002 has a number of competitions for you can select, such as Exhibition Matches, Play In a League, or even Cup Matches. One of the most interesting options is known as the Challenge, the player selects his team and then plays against teams selected by the computer; each match gets harder as the challenge progresses. An Editor has also been included which gives the player an opportunity to totally customise his team.

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