Sociable Soccer 24 Reviews

Sociable Soccer 24 is ranked in the 44th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
7.5 / 10.0
Dec 15, 2023

Sociable Soccer 24 is fun and reintroduces the arcade spirit of 16-bit soccer games at its best, while also trying to keep up with the times with unlockable players, daily rewards, and various other mechanics typical of mobile gaming, strictly without in-app purchases – you dare! The 1990s are long gone, however, so exceptional depth and gameplay for that era can now aspire to the title of "casual" at best. It's not a criticism, but that Sensible Soccer capable in its day of filling a lot of afternoons, today is just a game to get in a quick game or two from time to time.

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7 / 10.0
Nov 24, 2023

Sociable Soccer 24 picks up the baton of Sensible Soccer, but we are clearly talking about a more modern and therefore different experience.

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7 / 10.0
Nov 23, 2023

Sociable Soccer 24 is pure fun, but with a lot of compromises.

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65 / 100
Nov 22, 2023

Sociable Soccer 24 will be a good alternative for those looking for a nostalgic game. Especially you will go back to the Amiga era and breathe the old Sensible Soccer air. However, I have to say that it is not very memorable with its structure and artificial intelligence that is a bit behind today's conditions.

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6.3 / 10.0
Nov 19, 2023

Though Sociable Soccer 24 offers fun arcade football action (and with a lot of teams to boot), its slower speed and poor AI makes matches feel samey very quickly. This impacts the progression more than I would have liked, making climbing the ranks very uninteresting. But there’s a solid arcade game in here and I hope to see improvements made to the core gameplay overtime.

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6.5 / 10.0
Nov 17, 2023

Sociable Soccer 24 impresses with its ludicrous amount of playable clubs to choose from, but I think that’s basically where the novelty ends. At its core, it’s a fun little throwback to simpler electronic footballing days, but maybe it is TOO stripped down of features. Even other titles from the 90s featured more mechanics and customization options.

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