Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, its anime game sides

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, its anime game sides
Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions obviously occupied these pages in several ways. One aspect we want to focus on, however, is the anime game nature of the title that emerges clearly during the matches. The special shots and the paper-stone-scissor system in fact represent canons of the genre that deserve to be explored. Tamsoft's work, despite the limitations highlighted in the review, hides some profound elements.

Special Techniques

An aspect that characterizes the original work, but also Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions (RONC from here on) is obviously the presence of special techniques and shots in able to make a difference in the green rectangle. The Tiger Shot, the Skylab Hurricane, the Drive Shot and so on, are elements that not only from the point of view of the spectacular, but also of the effectiveness in-game have a lot of value. During a normal match with existing teams or with your dream team, the use of special techniques is necessary in two distinct moments. The first is when you are faced with a tough goalkeeper like Muller or Wakabayashi himself, who possess a great deal of wit and valor and you have to lower his bar in order to create goal windows.

The The second moment is when, once the opponent's goalkeeper's bar has dropped below 40%, you need a shot capable of piercing the opponent's gloves. In short, it is already clear in the theory how super shots have an important value, but before explaining their importance also in the ecosystem that revolves around the created players, it is right to make it clear that in some specific cases players (the most iconic ones) have the possibility of making special enhanced shots, these obviously have a higher percentage of success and are, needless to say, even more indispensable.

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