History VideoGame / CaptainTsubasa

29th Jul '17 7:32:34 AM GrammarNavi
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The first video game adaptaion of ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa'' was made by ''Creator/{{Tecmo}}''' for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Famicom]] in 1988. The game adapts the second part of the original Manga, as the titular Tsubasa Ozora leads his Nankatsu Middle School's soccer club through a National Tournament against Hyuga Kojiro's Toho FC, toward the finale of U-16 World Cup division in France against West Germany Youth Jr. The American adaptation of the game is made in 1992 under the name ''Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game'', which was heavily altered and censored because of an [[CulturalTranslation Americanization policy]].

The game is known for its innovation of "Soccer RPG" or "Soccer Simulation" genre where a match is played in cinematic nature, as you input commands via menus for the players to do serveral actions then watch the outcomes. Winning a match levels up your team and lets you proceed to another match. Losing results in either rewinding into playing with the previous team or replay the same match with your team slightly leveled up. The game was postiively revieved, though in 1990, the sequel ''Captain Tsubasa Vol.II: Super Striker'' was released only in Japan, and was considered a huge improvement in the previous game, with heavily improved gameplay and pace as well as its own AlternateUniverse stoly line that depicts its own version of the ''World Youth'' arc of the manga back when the manga only existed in loose concepts of characters and plot. ''Captain Tsubasa 2'' was a huge CultClassic among fans, and Tecmo spanned six more games toward the end of 1994.

In 1995, ''[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai]]'' was given the rights to make two Captain Tsubasa J, which ends up with horrible quality. On the other hand, ''{{Creator/Konami}}'' establish several of its own games based on the manga with better quality, albeit with mixed opinions among each game. Throughout 2000s, several games were created to cover both original manga, ''Road to 2002'', and ''Golden 23'' arc. The most recent ''Captain Tsubsasa'' game was a Japanese web social game called ''Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team'' in 2011, using the basic concept of Tecmo's system with an ability to customize your team to compate with other users online, or participate in a single player campaign mode.

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The first video game adaptaion of ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa'' was made by ''Creator/{{Tecmo}}''' Creator/{{Tecmo}} for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Famicom]] in 1988. The game adapts the second part of the original Manga, as the titular Tsubasa Ozora leads his Nankatsu Middle School's soccer club through a National Tournament against Hyuga Kojiro's Toho FC, toward the finale of U-16 World Cup division in France against West Germany Youth Jr. The American adaptation of the game is made in 1992 under the name ''Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game'', which was heavily altered and censored because of an [[CulturalTranslation Americanization policy]].

The game is known for its innovation of "Soccer RPG" or "Soccer Simulation" genre where a match is played in cinematic nature, as you input commands via menus for the players to do serveral several actions then watch the outcomes. Winning a match levels up your team and lets you proceed to another match. Losing results in either rewinding into playing with the previous team or replay the same match with your team slightly leveled up. The game was postiively revieved, positively reviewed, though in 1990, the sequel ''Captain Tsubasa Vol.II: Super Striker'' was released only in Japan, and was considered a huge improvement in the previous game, with heavily improved gameplay and pace as well as its own AlternateUniverse stoly story line that depicts its own version of the ''World Youth'' arc of the manga back when the manga only existed in loose concepts of characters and plot. ''Captain Tsubasa 2'' was a huge CultClassic among fans, and Tecmo spanned six more games toward the end of 1994.

In 1995, ''[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai]]'' was given the rights to make two Captain Tsubasa J, which ends up with horrible quality. On the other hand, ''{{Creator/Konami}}'' establish several of its own games based on the manga with better quality, albeit with mixed opinions among each game. Throughout 2000s, several games were created to cover both original manga, ''Road to 2002'', and ''Golden 23'' arc. The most recent ''Captain Tsubsasa'' game was a Japanese web social game called ''Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team'' in 2011, using the basic concept of Tecmo's system with an ability to customize your team to compate compete with other users online, or participate in a single player campaign mode.



* AchillesHeel: Meon is weak against air balls, leading Tsubasa into developping Drive Overhead Shoot.

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* AchillesHeel: Meon is weak against air balls, leading Tsubasa into developping developing Drive Overhead Shoot.
23rd Jul '17 12:01:30 AM Piterpicher
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The first video game adaptaion of ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa'' was made by ''{{Tecmo}}''' for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Famicom]] in 1988. The game adapts the second part of the original Manga, as the titular Tsubasa Ozora leads his Nankatsu Middle School's soccer club through a National Tournament against Hyuga Kojiro's Toho FC, toward the finale of U-16 World Cup division in France against West Germany Youth Jr. The American adaptation of the game is made in 1992 under the name ''Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game'', which was heavily altered and censored because of an [[CulturalTranslation Americanization policy]].

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The first video game adaptaion of ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa'' was made by ''{{Tecmo}}''' ''Creator/{{Tecmo}}''' for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Famicom]] in 1988. The game adapts the second part of the original Manga, as the titular Tsubasa Ozora leads his Nankatsu Middle School's soccer club through a National Tournament against Hyuga Kojiro's Toho FC, toward the finale of U-16 World Cup division in France against West Germany Youth Jr. The American adaptation of the game is made in 1992 under the name ''Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game'', which was heavily altered and censored because of an [[CulturalTranslation Americanization policy]].
26th Feb '17 2:27:11 PM nombretomado
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In 1995, ''[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai]]'' was given the rights to make two Captain Tsubasa J, which ends up with horrible quality. On the other hand, ''{{Konami}}'' establish serveral of its own games based on the manga with better quality, albiet with mixed opinions among each game. Throughout 2000s, several games were created to cover both original manga, ''Road to 2002'', and ''Golden 23'' arc. The most recent ''Captain Tsubsasa'' game was a Japanese web social game called ''Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team'' in 2011, using the basic concept of Tecmo's system with an ability to customize your team to compate with other users online, or participate in a single player campaign mode.

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In 1995, ''[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai]]'' was given the rights to make two Captain Tsubasa J, which ends up with horrible quality. On the other hand, ''{{Konami}}'' ''{{Creator/Konami}}'' establish serveral several of its own games based on the manga with better quality, albiet albeit with mixed opinions among each game. Throughout 2000s, several games were created to cover both original manga, ''Road to 2002'', and ''Golden 23'' arc. The most recent ''Captain Tsubsasa'' game was a Japanese web social game called ''Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team'' in 2011, using the basic concept of Tecmo's system with an ability to customize your team to compate with other users online, or participate in a single player campaign mode.
26th Jan '17 10:39:09 PM Ominae
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In 1995, ''{{Bandai}}'' was given the rights to make two Captain Tsubasa J, which ends up with horrible quality. On the other hand, ''{{Konami}}'' establish serveral of its own games based on the manga with better quality, albiet with mixed opinions among each game. Throughout 2000s, several games were created to cover both original manga, ''Road to 2002'', and ''Golden 23'' arc. The most recent ''Captain Tsubsasa'' game was a Japanese web social game called ''Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team'' in 2011, using the basic concept of Tecmo's system with an ability to customize your team to compate with other users online, or participate in a single player campaign mode.

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In 1995, ''{{Bandai}}'' ''[[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Bandai]]'' was given the rights to make two Captain Tsubasa J, which ends up with horrible quality. On the other hand, ''{{Konami}}'' establish serveral of its own games based on the manga with better quality, albiet with mixed opinions among each game. Throughout 2000s, several games were created to cover both original manga, ''Road to 2002'', and ''Golden 23'' arc. The most recent ''Captain Tsubsasa'' game was a Japanese web social game called ''Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team'' in 2011, using the basic concept of Tecmo's system with an ability to customize your team to compate with other users online, or participate in a single player campaign mode.
9th Dec '16 7:48:04 PM HijikataX
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** Suvberted, but later played straight with Wakashimazu's Abiseregui. In the 3rd and 4th game is a very powerful technique that can save a lot of ocassions, however on the 5th game this technique es dangerous.
30th Oct '16 9:03:09 AM HijikataX
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* AlternateUniverse

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* AlternateUniverseAlternateUniverse: Subverted on the first game which was according to the manga. However played straight from CT2 onwards.
** However in the Sega version AND the Konami version, this goes according to the manga.
27th Jul '16 1:30:21 PM Willbyr
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{{Touhou}} fandom also made an AffectionateParody video game based on Captain Tsubasa 2, entitled: [[VideoGame/TouhouSoccer Touhou Soccer Moushuuden]] on PC.

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{{Touhou}} ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' fandom also made an AffectionateParody video game based on Captain Tsubasa 2, entitled: [[VideoGame/TouhouSoccer Touhou Soccer Moushuuden]] on PC.
4th Jun '16 7:40:53 AM HijikataX
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** Adverted sighly on Captain Tsubasa from Sega CD where he actually can stop regular shots and some weak special shots, however he can't stop any special shots from the main characters.

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** Adverted Averted sighly on Captain Tsubasa from Sega CD where he actually can stop regular shots and some weak special shots, however he can't stop any special shots from the main characters.



** Wakashimazu suffers from this on Captain Tsubasa V.



** Actually before Captain Tsubasa V there is a chance (which seems 5%) where any player can do an critical move like: dribble, pass, shot, head shot, volley shot, tackle or block.

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** Actually before Captain Tsubasa V there is a chance (which seems 5%) where any player can do an critical move like: dribble, pass, shot, head shot, volley shot, tackle or block.block and is being notified. In Captain Tsubasa V it got ''lowered'' to 3%, but shows impressive animations and even better stats boost (while previously a critical shot can be as strong as a Banana Shot, in Captain Tsubasa V is as strong as a Drive Shot).


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** And this just get worse in the Bonus Match against Canarias Stars from CT5.
4th Feb '16 5:16:30 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''Captain Tsubasa (2006 - PlayStation2)

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* ''Captain Tsubasa (2006 - PlayStation2)
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* ''Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow'' (1995 - PlayStation)

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* ''Captain Tsubasa J: Get In The Tomorrow'' (1995 - PlayStation)UsefulNotes/PlayStation)



* ''Captain Tsubasa: Aratanaru Densetsu Josho'' (2002 - PlayStation)
* ''Captain Tsubasa: Eikō no Kiseki'' (2002 - GameBoyAdvance)
* ''Captain Tsubasa: New Kick Off'' (2010 - NintendoDS)

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* ''Captain Tsubasa: Aratanaru Densetsu Josho'' (2002 - PlayStation)
UsefulNotes/PlayStation)
* ''Captain Tsubasa: Eikō no Kiseki'' (2002 - GameBoyAdvance)
UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance)
* ''Captain Tsubasa: New Kick Off'' (2010 - NintendoDS)
UsefulNotes/NintendoDS)
19th Jan '16 12:33:08 PM Willbyr
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The first video game adaptaion of ''CaptainTsubasa'' was made by ''{{Tecmo}}''' for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Famicom]] in 1988. The game adapts the second part of the original Manga, as the titular Tsubasa Ozora leads his Nankatsu Middle School's soccer club through a National Tournament against Hyuga Kojiro's Toho FC, toward the finale of U-16 World Cup division in France against West Germany Youth Jr. The American adaptation of the game is made in 1992 under the name ''Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game'', which was heavily altered and censored because of an [[CulturalTranslation Americanization policy]].

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The first video game adaptaion of ''CaptainTsubasa'' ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa'' was made by ''{{Tecmo}}''' for [[NintendoEntertainmentSystem Nintendo Famicom]] in 1988. The game adapts the second part of the original Manga, as the titular Tsubasa Ozora leads his Nankatsu Middle School's soccer club through a National Tournament against Hyuga Kojiro's Toho FC, toward the finale of U-16 World Cup division in France against West Germany Youth Jr. The American adaptation of the game is made in 1992 under the name ''Tecmo Cup: Soccer Game'', which was heavily altered and censored because of an [[CulturalTranslation Americanization policy]].
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