Summary: Highly addictive. Love the controls & commentary. I wish shooting was more intuitive, but I've never been a great shooter in soccer so maybe I just don't get it. But handling the ball is good and I'm good at midfield. And thankfully my computer controlled team mates aren't dumb AI but feel like actual players. If you send them the ball then they know what to do with it. Though they aren't always perfect they do try.
Summary: Konami has done it once again with its latest annual entry of the football (soccer in north america) sim "Pro Evolution Soccer". The game hasn't changed much from its predecessor in game play as its still has its solid game play intact. On the negative however, they still havent changed some of the flaws from the first game, which includes lob passes, that can sometimes be very difficult to execute for no reason, and are for some reason always played very long.
Summary: You can play all tournaments (pratically all of them are included on the game) Stunning graphics, you can really feel like playing on the field with real soccer player effects during the match Teams from Brasil also included and also portuguese narration of games You gotta try it
Summary: Good game-play, online matches and the graphics are far better than FIFA 13(3DS). Also contains an edit mode, the UEFA Champions League and the Copa Santander Libertadors. And I just love the Become a Legend Mode. Only thing I miss is the UEFA Europa League (Known in the game as the European Master Cup) and the UEFA Super Cup. Also, Man Blue sounds much better than Manchester City, right?
Summary: Graphics:7.5-Brillant graphics for a football game on the 3ds, much better than fifa. Sound:9.5-Amazing music including the song from Michael Telo-'Ai se tu pego'. Story:7.5-There is no Story mode but the Champions league and the othere leagues fills up that space. Gameplay:9.5-The gameplay is fast and brilliant which is better than what Fifa could do. Replay Value:9.5-There is online in this game and all the feuters will last long over at least 50 hours.