Super Soccer Champ (Hat Trick Hero), Kyuukyoku Harikiri Koushien (Japan)

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Hat Trick Hero is a soccer/football game for the Super Famicom developed and published by Taito. It was released in the US as Super Soccer Champ and in Europe as Euro Football Champ
Released: (JP) March 27,1992
(NA) June 1992
(EU) 1992

 

Kyuukyoku Harikiri Koushien is a baseball game for the Famicom, developed and published by Taito exclusively in Japan.
Released: (JP) March 19, 1992


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