Virtua Striker 4

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Virtua Striker 4
System(s): Triforce
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
Genre: Sports

















Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (Triforce)
JP
¥? ?
Arcade (Triforce)
UK
£? ?















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Virtua Striker 4 (バーチャストライカー4) is a football game released for Triforce hardware and the direct sequel to Virtua Striker 3. It has not been ported to any home systems.

Gameplay

Teams

Most of the teams from from Virtua Striker 3 Ver. 2002 return in Virtua Striker 4, though Bolivia, Venezuela, Angola, Cote D'Ivoire, Liberia, Slovenia, Thailand, Uzbekistan, Fiji and Tahiti have been swapped. It is also not known if the game has hidden teams like its predecessors.

N. & C. America

Flag CR.svg Costa Rica
Flag HN.svg Honduras
Flag JM.svg Jamaica
Flag MX.svg Mexico
Flag TT.svg Trinidad & Tobago
Flag US.svg U.S.A.

S. America

Flag AR.svg Argentina
Flag BR.svg Brazil
Flag CL.svg Chile
Flag CO.svg Colombia
Flag EC.svg Ecuador
Flag PY.svg Paraguay
Flag PE.svg Peru
Flag UY.svg Uruguay

Africa

Flag CM.svg Cameroon
Flag EG.svg Egypt
New
Flag MA.svg Morocco
Flag NG.svg Nigeria
Flag SN.svg Senegal
Flag ZA.svg South Africa
Flag TN.svg Tunisia

Euro A

Flag BE.svg Belgium
Flag England.svg England
Flag FR.svg France
Flag IE.svg Ireland Republic
Flag IL.svg Israel
Flag PT.svg Portugal
Flag Scotland.svg Scotland
Flag ES.svg Spain
Flag CH.svg Switzerland
New
Flag Wales.svg Wales
New

Euro B

Flag AT.svg Austria
Flag CZ.svg Czech Republic
Flag DK.svg Denmark
Flag FI.svg Finland
New
Flag DE.svg Germany
Flag GR.svg Greece
Returning from Virtua Striker 2.
Flag IT.svg Italy
Flag NL.svg Netherlands
Flag NO.svg Norway
Returning from Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1.
Flag SE.svg Sweden

Euro C

Flag BG.svg Bulgaria
Returning from Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1
Flag HR.svg Croatia
Flag HU.svg Hungary
New
Flag LV.svg Latvia
New
Flag PL.svg Poland
Flag RO.svg Romania
Flag RU.svg Russia
Flag YU 1992.svg Serbia and Montenegro
Formerly Yugoslavia.
Flag TR.svg Turkey
Flag UA.svg Ukraine

Asia

Flag CN.svg China PR
Flag HK.svg Hong Kong
Flag IR.svg Iran
Flag JP.svg Japan
Flag KR.svg Korea Republic
Flag KW.svg Kuwait
New
Flag QA.svg Quatar
Flag SA.svg Saudi Arabia
Flag AE.svg U.A.E.

Oceania

Flag AU.svg Australia
Flag NZ.svg New Zealand
Flag SB.svg Solomon Isls.
Flag TO.svg Tonga

Production credits

Video Game Team
VS.Net Team for Japan Ver.
Virtua Striker Academy!
Website for Mobile & PC
Server Development Team for Japan Ver.
  • Software Engineers: Ryoji Kobayashi, Takahiro Seki, Yu Inoue, Ayako Kanasaki, Hiroyuki Onagi, Hiroshi Tsukada, Tomoya Okamoto
Network Development Team for Japan Ver.
Mechatronics R&D Dept.
Promotion & Publicity
Mobile Business Dept. for Japan Ver.
Network System Quality Assurance Dept. for Japan Ver.
Debug Management
©Sega, 2004
Source:
In-game credits

Digital manuals

Promotional material

Physical scans

Triforce, JP
Triforce, UK

References


Virtua Striker series
Virtua Striker (1994) | Virtua Striker 2 (Version '98 | '99 | 2000 | 2000.1) (1997-2000) | Virtua Striker 3 (Ver. 2002) (2001-2002) | Virtua Striker 4 (Ver. 2006) (2005-2006)
Virtua Striker related media
Music
Virtua Striker & Virtua Striker 2 (1997)
Book
Virtua Striker 2 Version '98 Official Guide (1998) | Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1 Kanzen Kouryaku Guide (2000) | Virtua Striker 3 Ver. 2002 Road to International Cup Kyuukyoku Guide (2002)