AWS Pro Moves Soccer is a Sega Genesis soccer video game based on the fictional Asciiware World Sports league. The American magazine GamePro gives this game a 3/5 rating on their November 1993 issue while another American magazine Game Players awarded this game a rating of 60/100 (60%) in its December 1993 issue.
The game itself features international level soccer matchups and customizable options that makes a game anywhere from a length of a typical adolescent match to the length of an actual FIFA soccer match. As long as they can remember the lengthy passwords, players can also make their own soccer teams. The game announcer's uses brief words and phrases to describe the action (i.e., kick-off, yellow card, red card, penalty shot).
Players can either play exhibition, World Cup, practice, or Six Nations tournaments (where six nations compete to win the championship, making for shorter gameplay). This game has a medium difficulty level and can be mastered with repeated gameplay. Teams can choose to concede from either of the tournaments at any time without dire consequences. Fictional players player for each team (nations range from Argentina to Jamaica and Russia). The drawings of the national soccer players can look downright stereotypical (with the Jamaican soccer players looking like something out... Read More