Football game developed by Extended Play Productions and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second licensed FIFA video game, following FIFA International Soccer and was the first to start the annual naming trend which continues to this day. It was only released on the Sega Mega Drive and Sega Game Gear.
FIFA 95 was the first soccer game to feature licensed clubs from several different international leagues, like the Major League (USA), Premier League (UK) and the Bundesliga (Germany).
It also offers a four-player mode using Electronic Arts' "4-Way-Play" device.
From the back of the box:
What's new in FIFA Soccer 95? Over a dozen new features, including:
- Injuries affecting players during a match and season
- 11 tournaments including Winners Cup and Nations Cup
- Reverse angle replay
- Battery backup to save tournaments and league positions
- Penalty shootouts
- Over 200 club and national teams including 8 national leagues
- Faster gameplay, faster passing and new volley shots
- Smarter computer players and goalies
- Powerful headers - for passing and scoring opportunities
- Set play free kicks