Imagine if this was the year that Sensible World of Soccer had just been released for the first time... Didn't really matter back then, did it? Trivial little things weren't an issue as much as they are in todays world. Remember when Super Soccer arrived on the SNES? I thought it was superb, as did quite a few folk. Yeah, the ball stuck to the players feet like glue, the slide tackles were all the same animation and you could score the same goal over and over, but it was enjoyable because it was arguably the best football game available at the time - certainly graphically. Mode 7 heaven. Striker. Another top notch footy game on the Amiga and later the SNES, again. The comments in this day and age? It just shows how far we've come, that even when we have bloody good football games on our laps, we're now wanting perfection. I guess that's just the progression in quality of games, that we can now demand things are fixed; that passing weight is improved, that the ball striking the net looks like real life down the park or that Torres' hair is this season's style. So, so many complaints about so, so many details - some big, some pretty small. But we can be a very tough crowd, at times. I'm certainly in that camp, too, don't get me wrong. But it's only a game, innit.