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Box artwork for J-League Soccer Prime Goal EX.
J-League Soccer Prime Goal EX
Developer(s)Namco
Publisher(s)Namco
System(s)Arcade
Preceded byJ-League Soccer V-Shoot
SeriesJ-League
Japanese titleJ-リーグサッカープライムゴールEX
Release date(s)
Genre(s)Soccer
Players1-2
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
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J-League Soccer Prime Goal EX (J-リーグサッカープライムゴールEX, lit. J-Rīgu Sakkā Puraimu Gōru EX), but commonly referred to as just Prime Goal EX, is a soccer arcade game, that was released by Namco in 1996 only in Japan; it runs on their System 11 hardware, and as its name suggests, it is the sequel to J-League Soccer V-Shoot, which was released two years earlier. The twelve original teams, the second of which (J.E.F. United) now has a secondary mascot (named "Unity"), all return - but this time, they are joined by two entirely new ones, Kashiwa Reysol and Cerezo Osaka (the mascots for which are named "Rey-kun" and "Robi". The players' names now also reflect the teams' 1995 lineups while an NS1-era World Stadium-style newspaper appears at the end of a match to report the results.


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