Carlos Abril, José Alfonso Gómez, Pedro Sudón, Javier Fáfula, Ignacio Abril, Luis Alberto González
Snatcho, Emilio Serrano, Antonio Moreno, Sergio García
FX y Música:
Víctor Ruiz y Rubén Rubio
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After the huge success of the first PC Futbol, in 1994 Dinamic decided to take advantage of its success as possible. So in addition to the 3.0 version of the saga (remember that the 1.0 had been the Simulador Profesional de Futbol), they released PC Calcio and PC Futbol Argentina Clausura '95.
With the same engine, the maneuver was relatively simple: they just had to change the database contents, an enormous amount of documentation work, but not of programming.
The two games were sold in Spain. In my case, I also bought PC Calcio, because at the time the Italian league was undoubtedly the most powerful in the world. Playing with the biggest stars of the moment was a possibility that I couldn't miss.
PC Futbol Argentina didn't call my attention: the best players from that country were playing in Europe, and the appeal was reduced to take command of two legendary teams like River Plate (who came up noses and translate "Rio de la Plata"?) and Boca Juniors.
Of course, for the Argentines it was extremely interesting, and I know that this game garnered similar success than PC Futbol here in Spain.
Here you have the possibility to enjoy the Torneo Clausura 1995.