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(SNES) World Cup 2014 - International Superstar Soccer

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File Name: World Cup 2014 - International Superstar Soccer

File Submitter: Baron von Lector

File Submitted: 14 Aug 2015

File Category: SNES



This ROM edit is based on the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The teams from the original International Superstar Soccer released in 1995 are still in the game, but the rosters and player data has been updated to accurately reflect the tournament.

 

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