- Game: FIFA International Soccer
- Platform: Sega Mega Drive
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
Tagline: "FIFA International Soccer has it all... experience sheer brilliance"
Cover: David Platt shielding the ball in England vs. Poland; Pat Bonner punching the ball away from a header by Ruud Gullit in Republic of Ireland vs. Netherlands.
Released for: Sega Mega Drive, Master System, Mega-CD, Game Gear, SNES, DOS, Amiga, 3DO, Game Boy Known as EA Soccer during development and sometimes subsequently also known as FIFA '94, the first game in the series was released in the weeks leading up to Christmas 1993. This greatly hyped soccer title broke with traditional 16-bit era games by presenting an isometric view rather than the more usual top-down view (Kick Off), side view (European Club Soccer), or bird's-eye view (Sensible Soccer). It only includes national teams, and real player names are not used. A notorious bug allows the player to score directly from an opposing goal kick by standing in front of the goalkeeper so that the ball rebounds off him into the net. The Sega Mega CD version includes some features used in the next title, and is a highly polished version of the 16-bit version. The game on the 3DO console spotted pseudo-3D cameras and it was the most advanced version, graphically. Programming: Jan Tian, Brian Plank, Kevin Pickell
Art: George Ashcroft, Dianna Davies, David Adams, Suzan Germic, Mike Smith
Music & Sound: Jeff Dyck
Producer: Bruce McMillan
Development Director: Joey Della-Savia