Mia Hamm Soccer 64 is a great starter game for female gamers who want to see their idol and soccer fans who just want to plug it in and start playing. --Todd Mowatt. Pros: Solid gameplay that doesn't rely on Mia Hamm's star appeal alone to deliver the goods; A great starter title for soccer fans and girl gamers looking for a sports role model; Cons:
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Mia Hamm Soccer 64 released on Nov. 9, 2000, for the Nintendo 64, becoming the first major video game released featuring women’s soccer players and to date the only one we know of focused solely ...
Unlike other soccer games you cannot choose which player you want to control when on the defense, the decision is made for you. The later released US version of the game, named Mia Hamm Soccer 64, had all the player models replaced with female versions and all team names changed. [ edit description]
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Michael Owen's WLS 2000 (known as Mia Hamm Soccer 64 in North America) is an association football -based sports video game developed by Silicon Dreams Studio and published by THQ for Nintendo 64. Released on 10 November 2000, the game stars English footballer Michael Owen.
In 2000, the video game, Mia Hamm Soccer 64 was released for Nintendo 64. It was the first game to feature female athletes only and sold a "relatively high" 42,886 copies in the United States. Hamm was featured on the covers of Sports Illustrated, Time, and People.
Mia Hamm Soccer Shootout & Mia Hamm Soccer 64 Video Game Television Commercial 2000 Nintendo 64 Game
Mia Hamm was ‘have her own N64 video game’ famous. Mike can’t touch that. Hamm had sponsorships from Barbie, Nabisco, Dreyer’s Ice Cream and this little company called Gatorade.
With over 150 goals & 142 assists under her belt, Mia Hamm is easily regarded by her peers as the greatest soccer player in history. #BiographySubscribe for ...
She even had her own video game, “Mia Hamm Soccer 64” (more on that below). Hamm was the Peyton Manning or Michael Jordan of endorsements, almost as well known for her TV ads as for her ...
THE LAST HURRAH: (Repost 2004) Looking back at Hamm’s last USWNT game. With Carli Lloyd preparing to play in her final international against the Korea Republic in St. Paul, Minn. Tuesday night, FrontRowSoccer.com figured it would be appropriate to look back on the last game by another U.S. women’s national team icon, Mia Hamm, on Dec. 8, 2004.