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Sociable Soccer, the spiritual successor to Sensible Soccer, hits Kickstarter today
Veteran developer Jon Hare returns to the pitch with a new team

http://blog.eu.playstation.com/2015/11/12/sociable-soccer-the-spiritual-successor-to-sensible-soccer-hits-kickstarter-today/

 

 

Alla olevassa (linkin takana) isommassa haastattelussa myös mielenkiintoista tietoa miten Suomi liittyy tähän projektiin kans :)

Jon Hare returns with Sociable Soccer.. Here, in a wide-reaching, exclusive interview with Eurogamer

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-11-12-remember-sensible-soccer-jon-hare-returns-with-sociable-soccer

 

 

 

Kickstarter sivut…
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/towerstudios/sociable-soccer

 

Twitter…
https://twitter.com/Sociable_Soccer

 

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/Sociable-Soccer-698439276953655/

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Tuolla Kickstarter sivuilla (oikeassa laidassa) noi erinäiset lahjoitusjutskat :D ja mitä bonuksia niillä sitten saa..

 

Jos pistää tuon suurimman summan niin yksi eduista on mm. se etttä pääsee sitten Suomeen ryyppäämään… :D

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Toivottavasti tuo haettu summa ei nyt ole niin kiveen hakattu, että kun sen alle tulevat jäämään niin koko projekti ei sitten tulis laisinkaan toteutumaan. Nimittäin pienen tai vähän suuremmankin ihmeen tarvitsevat jotta tuo haettu summa kokoon tulis.

 

Toivottavasti vaikkapas Sony sitten tarjoais lopussa auttavan kätösensä jos homman toteutuminen lopulta tuosta täysin kiinni on.

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Jon Hare cancels Sociable Soccer Kickstarter
But development continues.

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2015-11-26-jon-hare-cancels-sociable-soccer-kickstarter

 

So what happens now? Hare has a prototype of Sociable Soccer that "already plays amazingly well", he said. The announcement of the game has attracted the interest of a number of mystery publishers, too, so we'll see where that goes.

 

"Much more than that I cannot say at the moment, except that development is continuing at full tilt and when we get nearer to confirming how we will be bringing the game to market we will be sure to let you know," Hare said.

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Tuossapa olis tämän tekeleen ”kotisivut”, jotka vielä toistaiseksi enempi blogimaista höpinätä…

http://sociablesoccer.com/

 

 

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About two weeks ago I asked what football feeling and what football moments you’d like to replicated in a game. I sorted out the answers from both Facebook and Twitter and this is some of what I got so far.

 

1) Crowd atmosphere – The feeling that the crowd is involved in the game you are playing. That they react with applauds when something good is going on, like a string of passes, or boo when someone puts in a horrible tackle. Also that when you do a fine build up that the crowd noise level increases with the shooting chance.

 

I remember when I was at the World Cup 2006 at the Olympia Stadion. It was my first World Cup game, Brazil vs Croatia. Me and my friend we heard the noise at a distance, the samba drums, the crowd chanting players names and the speaker announcing the players. We were a little bit late after having a pair of beers. We came to our gate, and then we took a step out and saw the whole arena. Green, yellow, blue, red and white. An ocean of different colors for each teams supporters. My jaw dropped, as a first World Cup experience it was amazing. It seemed like the world was a happy place at that moment. The wave went through the stadium. The beer tasted better than ever. That feeling. Anyhow. That was a big stadium. Small stadiums are also important, for small teams.

 

2) Stadiums – Big or small, they both got their charm. It’s great to be part of that 40.000 crowd when your favorite big club or country plays. But then you also have that local team stuck in the lower divisions (or smaller leagues) with, lets say, 5000-15000 in attendance. The stadium is much smaller, the noise level lower, you can hear everything a bit clearer. The pitch is more torn up because the groundsman works part time. Those kind of things.

 

3) The one touch game – So you manage to put 5 passes together, a good mix of both normal straight passes and passes with the after touch, the crowd goes weeeehhh, weeehhhh, weeehhh. And then the long through ball to unnamed player, who shots. GOOAAAAL. One touch passing (in Jon’s games) has always been that mix of using the after touch and not using it to trick slide tackling defenders.

 

Like I’ve said earlier. The passing is what I felt instantly as I played Sociable Soccer for the first time. It’s gonna have that classic feeling. Don’t worry.

So that was some of the things that people want the most. Of course I’ll discuss these with the team and I think at least number 1 is possible to some extent. Stadiums are a lot more tricky cause they need lots of time and individual care to make special. I’ll get back to you soon after I meet the team in Helsinki on Thursday-Friday.

 

As always. Stay Sociable.

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Tuon mulgasun peliin on siis kirjoittanut Domen Jukka O.Kauppinen, joka välillä Pelaaja lehteenkin taitaa tehdä jotain arvosteluita.. Tietsikkamiehiä ollut elämänsä, tainnut vanhan Mikrobitin jutuissa olla mukana jne…

 

Ei todellakaan ole mikään urheilumies henkeen ja vereen ja juurikaan taida sinällään urheilupelejä intohimonaan pelailla… armoton lentsikkasimulaattoreiden hardcorettaja sekä sotastrategiat a’la heksaiseeen tyyliin taitaa olla lähellä hänen sydäntään.

 

Sociable Soccer -ensikosketus – Suomessa tehdään maailman parasta futispeliä
http://dome.fi/peli/artikkelit/sociable-soccer-suomessa-tehdaan-maailman-parasta-futispelia

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Wiimeisimpänä Willityksenä tekijät tuntuvat nyt hurahtaneen toden teolla tuohon VR maailmaan mukaan ja tuntuvat todella kovasti sitä hehkuttavan .. liekö tuo sitten mukanaan aivan uusia ulottuvuuksia tähä peliin !?

 

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Five Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: When is this fabulous game out? (Most asked question)

A: The game will be out Q1 2017.

 

Q: On what platforms will Sociable Soccer be available?

A: PS4, Xbox ONE, PC, IOS and Android? We’re looking at more platforms to be announced.

 

Q: Why Sociable Soccer and not Sensible Soccer?

A: First, The Sensible Soccer brand is owned by Codemasters and second, this is a new beginning with a brand new football title which retains some core elements of Jon’s previous games while taking football into a new era of arcade gaming.

 

Q: Will there be a career mode? (Second most asked question)

A: There won’t be a SWOS style career mode in Sociable Soccer, the original took three years to develop and we don’t want you to wait that long to play this game.

 

Q: I’m sad about the fact there’s no career mode, how do I carry on?

A: We will be giving you a huge, addictive game with its core focus on gameplay that can be enjoyed in three different ways. Local multiplayer against your friends, hundreds of international competitions against the AI and endless online league matches representing the club and country you love in our Online Career Mode. On top of that you’ll have co-op matches, Custom Teams and VR mode if you ever feel like you want to ‘Play like a God’.

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Hey guys,

 

A small update on what's going on. This week Jon is in Helsinki to direct the team towards more improvements to the game. One thing we're redesigning is some of the HUD (Head Up Display), which basically means indicators for things that are going on in the game like the scoreboard, how much time is left and your player name indicator etc. It will probably take a bit more time until we show the redesign but it will look sweet I tell you.

 

We can also announce that we are going to three events quite soon, Pocketgamer Connects Helsinki (5-6th of September), Retrogathering 2016 (1st October) & PLAY Expo Manchester 2016 (8-9th of October)

 

And... on Friday I will be streaming live here on FB from a meetup at my place. We'll do twitch too so be sure to sign up for our channel at https://www.twitch.tv/sociablesoccer/

As always. Stay Sociable!

/Your CM

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