Update (Wed 11th Sep, 2019 16:30 BST): ’90s Football Stars Is now known as Golazo! and it’s coming to Switch tomorrow.

Here’s some PR:

Golazo! is a dynamic 2.5D arcade soccer game, a perfect Switch party game for a chilling afternoon with friends. With its local multiplayer modes and crazy vintage approach, Golazo is an ideal choice for Couch & Party gamers! The game available on Nintendo Switch tomorrow.
Watch the release trailer

Football is all about fun and teamwork. It doesn’t matter if you’re on the field or play it on console sitting with your friends on the couch. With its vintage, not-too-serious, artistic and creative modern approach to classic gameplay, Golazo! is certainly a perfect game for people who are weary of football managers or complicated hard-core simulators. You just grab your pad, sit on the couch and play!

In Golazo! you will find a ton of fun and:

+ Three arcade dynamic game modes: quick match, World Cup, International ranking
+ Ideal for Couch & Party gamers
+ Furious matches up to 4 players (offline multiplayer)
+ Who needs rules? No fouls and offsides!
+ Legendary players used as reference
+ 6 languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese and Polish
+ 32 national teams in International Cup mode with ranking
+ A locker room where you can exchange your points to new kits or balls.
+ Humor – football managers and simulators are boring. Let’s bring back fun to football!


Original Story (Fri 8th Jun, 2018 11:00 BST): Purple Tree and Klabater are linking up to release ’90s Football Stars on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Described as an “arcade football game with super-fast, dynamic gameplay, retro attitude, and no holds barred matches”, ’90s Football Stars aims to replicate the speedy gameplay seen in classic soccer titles and even uses a VHS-style filter for that authentic, old-school effect.

All of the teams that qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia will be available, and an additional 50-odd teams will be added “later on”, according to the developer. The likenesses of legendary players have been used for certain character designs, and the game’s soundtrack will apparently bring back “the sound of the ’90s’.

There’s no release date as yet, but we’re told ’90s Football Stars is coming soon.

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