J. League Pro Striker
Sega Mega Drive
Peripherals supported: Team Player
Number of players: 1-4
This short article is in need of work. You can help Sega Retro by adding to it. (Ｊリーグプロストライカー) is a 1993 football game for the J. League Pro Striker Sega Mega Drive by Sega. It was the first in a long line of J. League games developed by Sega after acquiring the license to the franchise for their consoles (but it was not the first J. League game on a Sega system — Game Arts's , released a few months earlier on the MD, was).
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J. League Pro Striker was originally launched on April 23, 1993, however a bug caused these initial copies of the game to recalled. A modified version was released on June 18, 1993.
As the name suggests,
J. League Pro Striker features teams from the Japanese J.League, specifically the 10 teams which competed in the 1993 season:
JEF United Ichihara
Nagoya Grampus Eight
Urawa Red Diamonds
Incidentally this was the first year of the J.League's existence, so is, by extension, one of the first J.League-branded video games.
The game was followed by
and later J. League Pro Striker Perfect .
J. League Pro Striker 2
Program: The Roaring Sun, Tonshun, Ikepon
Graphic Design: Usagi, Ka-Tsu
Sound Effect: S.O, T.S
Voice: Ikepon, Yoisyo
Director: Jun Tsu Chi
Special Thanks: Kyamura, K.Fuzzy, Chaff, Shinyuu, Sunset, Saru Man, Hinappy, Yoisyo, Liddle, Resort Master, ROULY·S·KINE, SHIGE. D.O.R.
Very Special Thanks: Moto, Takaoh, Sumio Kanbe(JEF), Kunio Hatanaka(JEF), Masato Miura(JEF), Makoto Ooki(JEF), Tsutomu Ogura(JEF), Shinobu Nagata(JEF), Yutaka Mori(CEMIC), Mani Nagasaki(CEMIC), Kyoji Imai(AUPA), Ryuichi Iwasaki(WRITER)
notes: JEF is JEF United Ichihara Chiba, CEMIC is ???, AUPA is "Studio AUPA", and WRITER is mentioned on the intro splash screens J-League Pro Striker Opening Song: Born To Win (J-League Official Song)
Main article: J. League Pro Striker/Magazine articles.
Mega Drive, JP (Modified)
ROM dump status