Summary: if u like to edit the names of the players in the club teams and country teams buy the 2007 more countries in the 2008 are blocked from editing and none of the club teams can be edited. there are more club teams which is good and more jersey options for the original team which was a big plus
Lacks polish on the pitch but makes up for it in gameplay.
2 April 2015
Excerpt: My Purchase. I purchased this game as part of my continued hunt for a decent football game on the Nintendo DS portable console and I found this one online for £3 which is such a cheap price to pay that I was really not overly bothered if the game turned out to be not that great. Presentation.
Pros: Easy to play, fun to play, suitable for anyone and cheap .
Summary: I was hoping that the PES 2008 would have maybe corrected some of the issues in Pro Evo 6. Unfortunately the gameplay is exactly the same. The DS cannot handle the game, as it slows down occaisionally which can be frustrating.
Summary: I am not a mad football fan, but sometimes like a bit of a knock around. I thought hard about Fifa or PES - and after much thinking I went for PES. I heard the PES game was more playable - OK Fifa has all the teams and proper licensing, but in the end you want a game that you can play easily.
Best Nintendo handheld football game i've ever played
The Bogie Fan, amazon.co.uk
9 February 2008
Summary: For me this game isn't the follow up to previous Pro Evo games on the DS and GBA, this is the follow up to the wonderful Japanese-only Winning Eleven World Advance on the GBA. That game had very fluid gameplay and was very playable and intuitive; it sacrificed graphical impact for playability and...
Summary: I'll start with what is bad about this game. The graphics are weak. It can run slowly in certain areas -- some free kicks and corners. The Konami cup mode could be better. And there are not many club teams. Now for the Good. The game plays like any other PES installment.