|Sega International Victory Goal|
Developer: Team Aquila
System(s): Sega Saturn
Number of Players: 1-4
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Sega International Victory Goal, known as Worldwide Soccer: Sega International Victory Goal Edition in North America, Worldwide Soccer in Brazil and just International Victory Goal in Europe (the title screens do not match the cover art) is a football game for the Sega Saturn and a launch title for the system in North America and Europe in 1995.
International Victory Goal borrows its core engine and many assets from Victory Goal, the major difference being that the game features international teams, rather than just those in the Japanese J. League. These teams include Italy, Spain, Denmark, Netherlands, England, Argentina, France, USA, Germany, Romania, Belgium and Brazil.
This game was not released in Japan, presumably due to its similarities with the original Victory Goal. Instead, Japan received a different Sega International Victory Goal later in the year, which makes a number of more prominent changes.
Sega Sports: Mike Meischeid, Chris Smith, Scott Rohde, Chris Cutliff, Rosie Freeman, Kelly Ryan
Special Thanks: Joe Miller, Mike Latham, Dave Albert, Dave Nulty, Paul Chapman, Peter Jones, Jenny Martin, Noel Puldio, Jef Feldman, Willie Mancero, Mike Weiner, Blair Bullock, Mark Lindstrom, James Spahn and Nemer Velasquez
|77||Sega Retro Average|
|Based on 5 reviews|
|Games in the Victory Goal/Sega Worldwide Soccer Series|
|Victory Goal (1995) | Sega International Victory Goal (1995) | Sega International Victory Goal (Japan) (1995) | Victory Goal '96 (1996) | Sega Worldwide Soccer 97 (1996) | Victory Goal '97 (1997) | Worldwide Soccer Championship (199x) | Sega Worldwide Soccer 98 (1998) | Sega Worldwide Soccer '98: Club Edition (1998) | World Cup '98 France: Road to Win (1998) | Sega Worldwide Soccer 2000 (1999) | Sega Worldwide Soccer 2000: Euro Edition (2000) | UEFA Dream Soccer (2000)|
|Victory Goal related media|
|Victory Goal '96 Soundtrack (1996)|
|Sega International Victory Goal Hisshou Kouryakuhou (1995) | J. League Victory Goal '96 Hisshou Kouryakuhou (1996) | J. League Victory Goal '97 Hisshou Kouryakuhou (1997)|