Neo Geo Cup '98: Road to Victory is a soccer video game based on the 1998 FIFA World Cup, despite being released after the 1998 World Cup. There are 73 teams at the service of the countries. Each team enters the "Regional Qualifying Round Final" where it plays the team that actually played in the 1998 World Cup qualification. For example: Spain will face Yugoslavia, the opponent he actually faces in his qualifying group. Or in Italy will threaten Russia's opponent Italy faced in the UEFA playoffs. If the player hits the opponent, he goes to the group just like in real life World Cup. In fact, the team is facing opponents who were actually in their group. For example: Mexico will face the Netherlands, Belgium and South Korea. This is the reincarnation of super homies 3. However, animation and design were exactly the same. The only difference is the teams to reflect the World Cup, the kits again to reflect the World Cup, and the players resemble squads from the World Cup (teams that do not qualify to use squads from friendly games and qualifiers). His motto is "we got hit".
Due to the refusal of any FIFA official to obtain a license (EA Sports held licenses) for tournaments all unlicensed. In addition, due to the lack of a license now, the names of the players are fake. For example: Ronaldo is known as Rose, Raul is known as Rawl, Luis Hernandez is known as Hernardo, Eric Wynalda is known as Wyoming and Martin Dahlin is known as Dahlgren. However, most of the players' appearance in this game resembles their physical appearance. Easily identical players: Colin Hendry (blond hair), Luis Hernandez (blonde hair and white skin), and Jorge Campos (kit goalkeeper) and others appear in the game. However, other appearances are inaccurate. How swarthy Ronaldo is.
While most teams for the qualifying matches are accurate, there are inconsistencies with some of the team's qualifier opponents. For example, England will face Scotland (although a player could also be paired with Italy while the England team faced off in 1998 selection). In addition, Brazil will play against Uruguay. Brazil qualified automatically due to the rule that the winner of the last World Cup would automatically qualify.
Also, some players have wrong numbers. For example: Hernan Crespo (Cresco in the game) has Number 11. But in reality he wore number 19, Number 11 was worn by Juan Sebastian Veron.