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
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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

Costa Rica Costa Rica
Honduras Honduras
Jamaica Jamaica
Mexico Mexico
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad & Tobago
United States of America U.S.A.

S. America

Argentina Argentina
Brazil Brazil
Chile Chile
Colombia Colombia
Ecuador Ecuador
Paraguay Paraguay
Peru Peru
Uruguay Uruguay

Africa

Cameroon Cameroon
Egypt Egypt
New
Morocco Morocco
Nigeria Nigeria
Senegal Senegal
South Africa South Africa
Tunisia Tunisia

Euro A

Belgium Belgium
England England
France France
Ireland Ireland Republic
Israel Israel
Portugal Portugal
Scotland Scotland
Spain Spain
Switzerland Switzerland
New
Wales Wales
New

Euro B

Austria Austria
Czechia Czech Republic
Denmark Denmark
Finland Finland
New
Germany Germany
Greece Greece
Returning from Virtua Striker 2.
Italy Italy
Netherlands Netherlands
Norway Norway
Returning from Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1.
Sweden Sweden

Euro C

Bulgaria Bulgaria
Returning from Virtua Striker 2 Ver. 2000.1
Croatia Croatia
Hungary Hungary
New
Latvia Latvia
New
Poland Poland
Romania Romania
Russia Russia
YU 1992 Serbia and Montenegro
Formerly Yugoslavia.
Turkey Turkey
Ukraine Ukraine

Asia

China China PR
Hong Kong Hong Kong
IR Iran
Japan Japan
South Korea Korea Republic
Kuwait Kuwait
New
Qatar Quatar
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
United Arab Emirates U.A.E.

Oceania

Australia Australia
New Zealand New Zealand
Solomon Islands Solomon Isls.
Tonga 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)