Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D
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PES 2011 3D
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: When I was a kid I played baseball, football, basketball, wrestled, learned some martial arts, ran, rode my bike, climbed trees, and more. One thing I did not do was soccer. I know this sport is popular around the world. I have to be honest and blunt - I don’t like it.
Excerpt: While this 3D edition of PES 2011 launches alongside Nintendo's flashy new handheld, fundamentally it's the same game we've been playing on and off for over a decade. Aside from the 3D itself, most of the new features offered by the 3DS are barely being used here; this is very much a by-the-numbers...
Disappointing soccer simulator with so-so 3-D effects.
Common Sense Media
29 July 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D is a soccer simulation game for the Nintendo 3DS. The game features players and teams from around the world (some licensed, some approximated to avoid legal issues), but can be incredibly difficult for players to learn due to the lack of any...
Excerpt: The definitive soccer series Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) scores its way onto the new Nintendo 3DS console that enhances the gameplay with the inclusion of glasses-free 3D. Just like its home-based console brethrens, the 3DS version is almost a straight conversion that boasts all the main gaming...
Excerpt: If you think soccer (or football as the purists will likely point out) is beautiful in and of itself then Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D will captivate you for many, many hours with its impressive reproduction of the sport.
Excerpt: Konami is the only game developer to develop and publish a virtual soccer game to challenge EA’s long running FIFA series. Pro Evolution Soccer has developed into a great competitor and it has a solid fan base. Konami has seen fit to release a new version on Nintendo’s new handheld, the 3DS.