Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
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Pro Evolution soccer 2009
12 April 2010
Summary: Actually i like football very much. Also playing games is just like my part time job. I love the animations, graphics and also choosing the team is easy. Mostly i like the games very much and am enjoying with it. But there is something i am disappointed, that is in the game i coudn't find player transfer option. lets say ETOO is still in Bacelona.
Summary: The reason that I've bought is this is the most realist game of soccer, featuring character's (soccer players) movements. I consider "Master League" and "Become a Legend" playing modes the best ever seen on this kind of games. But I'm think its could be improved adding more leagues and more teams out of Europe, such as Asia and South/Central Americas today made a important slice of this sport market, and every one would like to see their favorite team and players on the...
Summary: The game is good, and it has a lot of options. The players looks the same in real. It has a game called "Become a Legend" that you play in a team with only one player you created and them transfer to any other team depending on your performance. It has also the online mode where u cam play with other players in North America. The only problem is that some teams don't have their real names and logos, but they have the real names of players and their shapes.
Summary: Why all the Brazilian loves football, so is not be without this game! Furthermore it is a pleasure to buy at ebay, so far I have not had any problem with my purchases, therefore, joined the pleasure for football with the pleasure of shopping at ebay
Excerpt: PES 2009 is great improvement on 2008. The gameplay and feel to the game is much more like what pro evo fans have grown to expect and the poor showing of the previous game. There are 2 notable additions to this update, the official licence to the UEFA Champions League in the introduction of a new game mode called Become a Legend.
Summary: I don't know about other footie games, I haven't exactly played many of them, but I was able to get into this fairly easily: I did start out at the lowest level, but soon enough you can advance to the middle level. I think the game is OK, despite what frequent gamers say about it being worse off compared to other football simulators on the market.
Just holding on to the king of football games title...but for how long?
23 November 2009
Excerpt: As per usual PES 2009 does not contain the licensing of many teams but this is a minor inconvenience on the game in which the gameplay is very good. It may not graphically be as aesthetically pleasing as the FIFA games, but you get a greater sense of satisfaction when winning a match in PES 2009 as you really have to work hard for a win due to the generally good AI (Artificial Intelligence).
Summary: Excellent game as I already knew about it. I should admit that this year, I played FIFA and was quite impressed by its graphics and player movements. But there is something about FIFA which make you get bored very soon. I mean at some stage, you start realising as if the players have been moving and running in the same pattern or some predefined lines. Whereas the movement and game play in Pro Evo is so damn real...