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  • Summary: The legendary Pele is the headmaster. He will teach and help you on your dream adventure. Enjoy 4 months in the most fantastic soccer academy. Brightfield Academy is every young soccerer’s dreamland featuring wild and beautiful environments, over-the-top animations, “out of this world” visual effects and hilarious characters to interact with every single day. So pack your bags – it’s time to enroll yourself into a curriculum of outrageous matches, insane training drills and nonstop fun at the Academy of Champions! [Ubisoft] Expand
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  2. Negative: 2 out of 20
  1. A fun, simple soccer game designed for players of ages. As a game, it doesn't hold a lot of substance, but kids and parents alike will revel in this fast-paced soccer showdown.
  2. Still, I do not want to come down too hard on Academy of Champions: Soccer, because the game has delivered a great deal of enjoyment over the past few weeks regardless of the poor controls, dumpy visuals, and boring audio. The on-field action is where it counts, and Academy delivers in spades.
  3. 70
    A simple game meant for simple gamers. No, I’m not calling you stupid for liking Academy of Champions, but the gameplay experience is certainly tuned for someone looking for arcade-style soccer.
  4. Although AoC: F isn’t the most innovative game on the Wii this winter, but it surely is a very charming experience which will especially appeal to a younger audience.
  5. Obviously, Academy of Champions: Soccer is not a game for hardcore footie fans, but those looking for a pick-up-and-play soccer game should give it a try. [Dec 2009, p.86]
  6. The game is easy to play and looks colourful. So it’s a shame that it’s all a bit boring really. Matches have some excitement thanks to a few odd movements you have to make, but especially the mini-games in between the games in the story mode grow old fast. Young gamers will be able to get some enjoyment out of this, but it’s hard to recommend this when Mario’s own football game is already out – with online options no less.
  7. Worse than Pele's impotence advert. [Dec 2009, p.67]

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