Another great Sensible Soccer game
To take it all out of the way, Sensible World of Soccer 95/96 tries to create a rather different feel for the game, with a bit more realistic touch to it. However, don't think that it changes the basics that made the series so great. Nope, you still have engaging and well contained animations, that rather cartoony feel for the players and for the entire setting of the game. Thus, you never get to tire of the game, as it manages to keep you engaged all through the way and it does so in a very nice manner, throughout. The game also tried to capitalize on the players of the 95/96 season, but they are not depicted too realistically. Quite on the contrary, the game keeps the same cartoonish feel for the players and their abilities are considered carefully, but they're not taken out of the context of the game. So, in the end, you will still get the same feel from this game that the entire series has produced, with cool animations, simple controls and that not too serious, though not entirely devoid of rules feel that runs underneath the entire list of games in the series.