Reviews and Problems with World Soccer Winning Eleven 2012
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14 March 2012
Summary: The movement is better than winning eleven 2011 Graphic is so good and superb it very hard to play and control the player and the match A.I. is very clever more than winning eleven 2011 Hard to win the match when you play it so dam difficult.
Summary: I bought last year's edition of Konami's Winning Eleven and was rather disappointed with it - e.g. slower opposition defenders could even catch up with the fastest player in your team, far too many calls for offside and is a generally frustrating game. This time, I'd say that this year's edition is definitely back to its old roots. The controls are a lot tighter this time and your teammates support your attacks very well instead of sitting back.
Summary: It's amazing how wrong you can be while still being right. Yes, for all intents and purposes it is the same game. Same modes, very similar look but at the same time it is such an improvement on the last. Last time was a massive overhaul of the entire system and this time we are looking at the polished version. Impeccable play-ability. Though still a couple of things that need improving.
Summary: idk why this game is being rated so low at other sites but I think it's a must have soccer game. The biggest reason some people are arguing about this game is because of the much better control. People that is used to the 2011 is having a hard time controlling the players on 2012 because the movement is much more faster and smoother than 2011. The only problem of this game would be the AI of the computer. Sometimes they do weird things but it doesn't really bother you.
Summary: a good installment from Konami for the series. only gripe is that "fast teams" still seem to have the advantage over others. goalkeeping is pretty loose overall with the exception being a certain Casillas. online play has been brushed up quite a bit, allowing users to load formation data AFTER you've entered the match room.