Shockingly, FIFA International Soccer is 21 years old in 2014. The first game was released in July 1993 with David Platt and Piotr Swierczewski on the cover, for the PC, Amiga, Sega CD, 3DO, SNES, Megadrive, Master System Game Gear and Game Boy.
National teams are included, real player names aren’t in the game, and you can win by standing in front of the keeper so the rebound goes off him and into the goal.
Things to know about FIFA:
- If you buy a secondhand console it will always come with a copy of FIFA.
- The game was originally made to tie in with the 1994 World Cup in the U.S, hence why it ended up as International Soccer, rather than football.
- The resale value of any old Fifa game will always be around 99p, due to the fact they are everywhere.