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|alt = ''Futebol'' (Milmar)<br>''AV Soccer'' (Hacker)
 
|alt = ''Futebol'' (Milmar)<br>''AV Soccer'' (Hacker)
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}}'''''Ultimate League Soccer''''' developed by [[Computer & Entertainment]] in 1991 is a Soccer game for the NES and Famicom that was retailed by various distributor around the globe. [[Hacker International]] released an adult-targeted version in Japan.
'''''Ultimate League Soccer''''' developed by [[Computer & Entertainment]] in 1991 is a Soccer game for the NES and Famicom that was retailed by various distributor around the globe. [[Hacker International]] released an adult-targeted version in Japan.
 
   
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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*C&E advertised this game in Taiwan but never released it. It was notably shown on some of the back cover of their cartridges.
 
*C&E advertised this game in Taiwan but never released it. It was notably shown on some of the back cover of their cartridges.
 
*The HES release use the same cartridge and cover as the Magexa print.
 
*The HES release use the same cartridge and cover as the Magexa print.
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*The Milmar release has a title screen reading ''Futebol''.
   
 
{{American Video Entertainment Games}}
 
{{American Video Entertainment Games}}

Revision as of 22:19, January 13, 2020

Ultimate League Soccer
Ultimateleaguesoccer-nes-title
Title screen.
Publisher AVE, Hacker International, Magexa, HES, Milmar
Developer Computer & Entertainment
Console Famicom, NES
Date 1991
Alternate names/hacks Futebol (Milmar)
AV Soccer (Hacker)
Ultimate League Soccer developed by Computer & Entertainment in 1991 is a Soccer game for the NES and Famicom that was retailed by various distributor around the globe. Hacker International released an adult-targeted version in Japan.

Overview


Trivia

  • C&E advertised this game in Taiwan but never released it. It was notably shown on some of the back cover of their cartridges.
  • The HES release use the same cartridge and cover as the Magexa print.
  • The Milmar release has a title screen reading Futebol.
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