TASaturday #5 : International Superstar Soccer Deluxe

For the TASaturday #5, we chose yet another playaround TAS, this time from International Superstar Soccer (on SNES).

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As you may have figured out just by looking at the title, it’s a football game (that came out in 1995 on the SNES). Obviously, the goal of the run isn’t to beat the game as fast as possible (it’s actually impossible since the matches have a fixed length).

Pretty much all TAS are aiming to be entertaining for the viewers, besides simply finishing the game as fast as possible. But this run of International Superstar Soccer Deluxe is purely dedicated to entertainement. All the glitches and other abuses were only made so that the viewers have a fantastic time watching the run.

Now obviously, International Superstar Soccer Deluxe came out on the SNES, which means the game isn’t exactly a simulation with a cutting edge engine or anything. Its gameplay may look really primitive, especially compared to the super-realist AAA productions from EA Sports and Konami nowadays, but that just makes the run even more entertaining.

If you don’t like football (soccer if you’re from North America), then you’re most likely going to love this TAS of International Superstar Soccer Deluxe. What happens in this TAS looks NOTHING like actual football, and this has nothing to do with the age of the game. We’re not going to say anymore, and instead, we’re going to let you discover the run by yourself.

There’s one thing we wanted to add before you start watching: the Brazil vs Germany match from the 2014 World Cup is really, really tame when it comes to goals scored compared to this TAS of International Superstar Soccer Deluxe!

Here’s the TAS of International Superstar Soccer Deluxe, by MacoKarty:

For more information about this TAS, please click here!

Next week, we’ll be back with a more “traditionnal” TAS.


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Lite_Agent

Founder and main writer for Perfectly Nintendo. Tried really hard to find something funny and witty to put here, but had to admit defeat. Also known as Maintenance Guy by some. Twitter: @lite_agent

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