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World Soccer Winning Eleven 8 International Full Version 23 ##VERIFIED##

Most of the default player likenesses in Winning Eleven 8 are very good, in fact, as are the re-creations of famous stadiums from around the world. These stadiums, despite presenting false names, are instantly recognizable and can be given their real-life names just as easily as players like Wales' Ryan Gils, who, strangely, also appears under the correct name of Giggs for Manchester United. (sorry, Man Red) It's unfortunate licensing issues have manifested themselves in such messy, evident manners in team and player rosters for Winning Eleven 8, but these issues are nothing that those of you who are familiar with the series aren't used to, and it's certainly not reason enough for any of you to ignore the best soccer game available for any platform.

world soccer winning eleven 8 international full version 23

Both Teams USA and Canada have a reputation for no-showing third-place games in international tournaments, apparently unsatisfied with anything but gold, but the delightfully chaotic affair between the States and Swedes concluded with a definitive sense of joy for the Americans. It wasn\u2019t the prize they wanted, but it was an impressive tournament nonetheless amidst what was perhaps the most competitive WJC field in recent memory.

Following the writing revisions, voice actors would record their parts for the episodes and an animatic would be compiled to reduce the running time to the necessary eleven minutes. Specialized artists then created prop, character, and background designs.[50][51] According to former lead character designer Phil Rynda, most of this pre-production was done in Photoshop.[52] While the episodes' design and coloring was done at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California, the actual animation was handled in South Korea by either Rough Draft Korea or Saerom Animation.[51][53] Animating an episode often took between three and five months alone.[50][51] The animation was hand-drawn on paper, which was then digitally composited and painted with digital ink and paint.[54][55] Executive producer Fred Seibert compared the show's animation style to that of Felix the Cat and various Max Fleischer cartoons, but said its world was equally inspired by "the world of videogames Template:Sic".[39][43]

The show is set in the fictional "Land of Ooo", in a post-apocalyptic future about a thousand years after a nuclear holocaust called the "Great Mushroom War".[71] According to Ward, the show takes place "after the bombs have fallen and magic has come back into the world".[72] Before the series was fully developed, Ward intended the Land of Ooo to simply be "magical". After the production of the episode "Business Time", in which an iceberg containing reanimated businessmen floats to the surface of a lake, the show became explicitly post-apocalyptic; Ward said the production crew "just ran with it".[38] Ward later described the setting as "candyland on the surface and dark underneath",[11] noting he had never intended the Mushroom War and the post-apocalyptic elements to be "hit over the head in the show".[73] He limited it to "cars buried underground in the background [and other elements that do not] raise any eyebrows".[73] Ward has said the series' post-apocalyptic elements were influenced by the 1979 film Mad Max.[38] Kenny called the way the elements are worked into the plot "very fill-in-the-blanks", and DiMaggio said, "it's been obvious the Land of Ooo has some issues".[73]


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