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Features:

- First women's soccer title with a globally recognized soccer star
- Action-packed, arcade-style game play with realistic camera angles, animated 3D crowds and a choice of weather, time of day and field conditions.
- Gamers can select from 50 women's soccer teams - 32 international league and 18 U.S. league - each with variable difficulty settings to challenge players of all skill levels. Play on or against Mia's U.S. league team or international team
- Five gameplay modes: Quick Start, Exhibition Game, Season, Cup Tournament, or Practice
- Listen to soccer tips from Mia Hamm in Practice Mode
- Perform more than 20 soccer combinations and moves including headers, bicycle kicks, slide tackles and corner kicks
- Real-time commentary by women's soccer television analyst Wendy Gebauer, lead analyst for the 1999 Women's World Cup broadcasts on ABC and ESPN and a teammate of Hamm's on the United States' 1991 Women's World Cup championship team.
- Select multiple camera angles during gameplay, and review great performances with the instant replay function
- Advanced players can perform substitutions and customize offensive and defensive formations
- Play in ten different stadiums
- Multi-player mode available; up to four players can play simultaneously
- A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Mia Hamm Soccer 64 will benefit the Mia Hamm Foundation, a non-profit, national organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness for bone marrow diseases and to developing more opportunities for young women to participate in sports.
- Developed by Silicon Dreams and Digital Creations Studios, published by SouthPeak Interactive
- Mia Hamm is represented by Bober Associates, Inc. of New York City.
- Available Fall 2000 for Nintendo(R) 64
- Suggested retail price: $49.95

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