One of my most memorable gaming experiences as a kid was FIFA: Road to World Cup 98’s indoor soccer feature. It was a 5v5 format played inside an enclosed pitch — you could ricochet the ball off the touchlines, and the reduced number of players and constant goalmouth action meant that goals were always plenty. It was the perfect game for gatherings, especially if you had the PlayStation One version. Connect four controllers to your console and you suddenly had the ultimate four-player party in your living room. Very mysteriously, EA Sports decided not to include indoor football for FIFA 99 and all subsequent FIFA games, and that was the end of this underlooked but incredibly fun game mode.