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The Sensible Soccer series – Cane and Rinse No.191

“Every goal, goal, goal, says you’re the best in the land!”

Before FIFA, before Pro Evo (but after Kick Off), there was Sensible Soccer. ‘Sensi’ and its sequel Sensible World of Soccer (aka SWOS) dribbled around many of their computer footy predecessors’ pitfalls, before assuredly bending a 25 yard curler into the back of the charm net. Leon, Darren, Karl and guest CJ Black (Twin Humanities et al) remember their time with the entire series, from the original with the broken goalkeepers all they way through console conversions, controversial sequels and the 2007 re-release of Sensible World of Soccer ’96/’97 for Xbox Live Arcade.

Music used in this issue:

1: Goalscoringsuperstarhero by Jon Hare and Richard Joseph, vocal by Jackie ‘Jacks’ Reed
2: Sensible Soccer Theme by Captain Sensible and Richard Joseph

Cane and Rinse 191 was edited by Sean O’Brien

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One Comment

  1. Thoroughly enjoyed this podcast.

    I’m a huge Sensi fan (console – Mega Drive) and it was really nice to hear I wasn’t alone in my childhood love for this game. Really brought back some memories and made me chuckle!

    Console edition – Definitely had three buttons (shoot, kick, pass) as opposed to the Amiga/Commodore versions. I much preferred it but I know I’m definitely in the minority there.

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