J.League GG Pro Striker '94
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|J.League GG Pro Striker '94|
|System(s): Sega Game Gear|
|Peripherals supported: Gear-to-Gear Cable|
|Number of players: 1-2|
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J.League GG Pro Striker '94 (Ｊリーグ ＧＧ プロストライカー’９４) is a football game for the Sega Game Gear.
As the name suggests, J.League GG Pro Striker '94 features teams from the Japanese J.League, specifically the 12 teams which competed in the 1994 season:
- Gamba Osaka
- JEF United Ichihara
- Nagoya Grampus Eight
- Sanfrecce Hiroshima
- Urawa Red Diamonds
- Verdy Kawasaki
- Yokohama Flügels
- Yokohama Marinos
- Kashima Antlers
- Shimizu S-Pulse
- Júbilo Iwata
- Bellmare Hiratsuka
Active players are also included, although the small screen resolution and limited graphical capabilities of the Game Gear means that in-game, all players look identical.
Matches are played from a side-on perspective with a reduced set of rules. The pitches are significantly smaller than those found in the real sport, and the offside rule is not enforced.
J.League GG Pro Striker '94 was followed by J.League Soccer Dream Eleven the following year. However, despite the same companies being involved, Dream Eleven shares little in common with GG Pro Striker '94, opting for an entirely different perspective with a new game engine.
- Main article: J.League GG Pro Striker '94/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
ROM dump status
|512kB||Cartridge (JP)||8kB backup|
|J.League-sponsored football games for Sega systems|
|J.League Champion Soccer (1993) | J.League Pro Striker (1993) | J.League Pro Striker Kanzenban (1993) | J.League Pro Striker 2 (1994) | Pro Striker Final Stage (1995)|
|The J. League 1994 (1994)|
|J.League GG Pro Striker '94 (1994) | J.League Soccer Dream Eleven (1995)|
|Victory Goal (1995) | Victory Goal '96 (1996) | J.League Victory Goal '97 (1997) | J.League Go Go Goal! (1997) | J.League Jikkyou Honoo no Striker (1998)|
|J.League Spectacle Soccer (2002)|
|See also: Soccer Tsuku|