According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence
Parents need not worry about the young ones playing Sega Soccer Slam. Everything about the game is clean fun. Even though the title doesn't exhibit the best sportsman-like attitude, all violent encounters are handled in a comical fashion. There is no foul language, as most of the speech consists of the characters bragging about the goals they just scored.
Fans of soccer and soccer videogames should also check out Soccer Slam. It may not be what you're used to seeing in the sport, but it will definitely allow fans to play soccer in a whole new light.
Gamers with a lot of buddies will also appreciate Soccer Slam's multiplayer experience. Gathering three friends to play on the same team is especially fun, and it promotes teamwork. Additionally, gamers have the option of stomping their pals into the ground on another team. Unless you really enjoy wacky sports titles, single players might want to rent Soccer Slam first. A game like this really isn't all that interesting by oneself.
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