FANDOM


Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shogo Campione
Captain Tsubasa 5 (SFC)
Box cover & back cover
Developer(s) Tecmo
Publisher(s) Tecmo
Platform(s) Super Famicom
Release date(s) 1994-12-09
Genre(s) Sports, RPG
Media 1 cartridge
Composer(s) Hiroshi Miyazaki, Chinatsu Okayasu
Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shogo Campione (キャプテン翼V 覇者の称号カンピオーネ kyaputen tsubasa V hasha no shougou kanpione), translated as Captain Tsubasa V: Campione, Title of the Champion, is the fifth and last installment of the original Captain Tsubasa videogame series developed by Tecmo.


DescriptionEdit

It is a sequel of Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi and was released for Nintendo's Super Famicom on 9 December, 1994.

Featured charactersEdit

Argentina

  • Juan Diaz (ディアス): playmaker and leader of Albicelestes, loosely based on Diego Maradona; Díaz has five different shot techniques and a combination technique with teammate Alan Pascal, the Argentina Combi.

Brazil

  • Arantes (アランチス): based on football legend Pelé; he plays for Canarinho Stars - the strongest team in the game, which consists of players inspired by classic Brazilian stars: Garrincha, Gilmar, Rivelino or Zico; he does not possess any special techniques, however his individual attributes are extremely high.
  • João Aragones (ジョアン): coach of Campione and former tutor of Roberto Hongo; taught his best players (Nitta, Alcion and Signori) the unique technique - Geijutsu Teki Dribble.
  • Signori (シニョーリ): one of the most important characters in this instalment of the game; arrogant Brazilian midfielder/forward with effective dribble and trademark Axel Spin Shot, Signori plays for Seleção and Parma. Signori featured in the game's manual.

Germany

  • Schneider (カール・ハインツ・シュナイダー): world-class forward with total of 8 special techniques, including potent Neofire Shot; Schneider plays for FC Bayern Munich and is one of Tsubasa's greatest rivals.

Italy

  • Stratto (ストラット): star player of AC Milan and Italy, known from Captain Tsubasa 4; he is able to beat most of goalkeepers with his powerful Megaton Shot.

Malaysia

  • Kusta (クスタ): arguably the best defender in the game, he plays for Malaysia and Campione; hard to beat due to his special defensive techniques: block, charge and tackle.

Netherlands

  • Furia (フーリア): skilful midfielder of AC Milan, inspired by Dutch Ballon d'Or winner Ruud Gullit.
  • Van Berg (ファン・ベルグ): based on Marco van Basten; possess very good shot technique and heading ability; despite his great skills, he is only substitute at Milan. At the time of the release of the game, Van Basten was seriously injured, which resulted in his early retirement.

Nigeria

  • Kanu (カヌー): player with decent technique, based on Nwankwo Kanu from 1993 FIFA U-17 World Championship winning team; characters resembling other members of that squad: Wilson Oruma and Celestine Babayaro are also present in the game.

VideosEdit

External linksEdit

Captain Tsubasa video games
Nintendo games
Captain Tsubasa (Famicom)Tecmo Cup Soccer Game (NES)Captain Tsubasa 2: Super Striker (Famicom)Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden (Famicom)Captain Tsubasa 3: Kotei no Chosen (SFC)Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi (SFC)Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shogo Campione (SFC)Captain Tsubasa J: The Way to World Youth (SFC)Captain Tsubasa J: Zenkoku Seiha Heno Chosen (GB)Captain Tsubasa VS (GB)Captain Tsubasa: Eiko no Kiseki (GBA)Captain Tsubasa: Ogon Sedai no Chosen (NGC)Jump Ultimate Stars (NDS)
Sony games
Captain Tsubasa J: Get in the Tomorrow (PSX)Captain Tsubasa: Aratanaru Densetsu Josho (PSX)Captain Tsubasa (PS2)
Sega games
Captain Tsubasa (MCD)Tecmo Cup Football Game (SMD)
Mobile games
Captain Tsubasa Mini-game (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa: Golden-23 - Asia Gekito Hen (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa: Nankatsu vs. Toho (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa - Tatakae Dream Team (Mobile)
PC games
Captain Tsubasa: Jikkyo Typing (PC)
Webgames
Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team (NND/Yahoo!Mobage)