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World Tour Soccer 06
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Description

World Tour Soccer ’06 is designed from the base up to play on the PSP™ system. The game is a collection of quick (4 minutes) points-based game modes, each offering unique soccer challenges requiring players to utilize different soccer fundamentals. Atttempt to dominate the globe in the World Tour Mode as you take on the World’s best from Africa, Asia, North America, South America and Europe. Slide into Medal Mode and experience numerous challenging new mini games where points and medals are awarded for solid soccer play. The competition is calling, are you ready to answer?

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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PSP
PUBLISHER:
SCEA
DEVELOPER:
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe
GENRE: Sports
RELEASE DATE:
June 27, 2006
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
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