Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
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Nice job Konami
republic , GameStop
12 May 2011
Summary: I never really played this game when I got it. But a went back to it, acctully bothered to figure out how to play, and I must say, it is really good. The graphics are great and so is the sound. Its fun to play the soccer games but the best part must be that it has tons of countrys and real players. The only bad part is that the controlls are kind of akward. Overall a good game. If you are lookin for a good soccer game, have a ps2, and are low on cash, this is for you.
Summary: Its a great game featuring vast improvements over prior versions. Unfortunately it seems as though this is the last good pro evo before fifa finally caught up. Hopefully they can make a better product in the future and restore their superiority as I would like to be brand loyal.
Great game! And I'm pretty critical when it comes to soccer games.
B. Lakchiri, Amazon
21 November 2009
Summary: Great game. Unlike the FIFA games I played before this game was very satisfactory. Very smooth play, almost perfect control after you get the hang of it, and excellent action. The teams are decent, and you unlock amazing old school teams by playing the Master League. You can also make you own team, with very detailed customization options. (You can also disguise your players as Pinguins or actual dinosaurs, in real 3d, funny stuff.
Summary: its a fun game . i ordered this one in a mistake. i though it was for PS3 but it was for PS2. then i returned it and got the PS3 one ,,, and its a very fun game but not recommended to play it alone.
Summary: Really interesting like the one before but with more dribble, and recquire more precision when shouting or giving the ball to another player. really cool game. For beginners. You'd better play on beginner mode first...
Ardent Henry "Dada is normal. Normal is nice.", Amazon
16 June 2008
Summary: Whatever they want to call it, PES, World Soccer, whatever, year in and year out Konami & Seabass make a killer true football game. This is their hardest edition to date. Normally I start at the Normal Master League level & work up from there, but I am still sledding on Amateur & it is really going to take a while for me to move up. The AI is superb, just difficult enough to make it truly thrilling sometimes to score goals.
Summary: The best edition of PES is Winning Eleven 8. Since then, no version has featured any goods as that one. All teams licensed, classic players like Maradona and Pele, not having to deal with freaky names and ugly outfits. PES 2008 is actually an improved version of Winning Eleven 10, which was sold only in Japan.
Summary: Just aweseome, me and my buddies have been playing this game for ages. Regarding this version, it is excellent for my PS2. However, I noticed that sometimes, only sometimes, during a match, it hangs for a second or two. I am not quite sure what is the cause of this. Offcourse this is awefully annoying when you are ready to strike the ball at your opponent's goal.
Summary: PES 2008 is long awaited in North America, but now that it's here we can enjoy the finest edition of this long running series on PS2. Everything that was in PES 6 is still here plus the addition of new community and world tour modes. The network service is up and running (since 03/13/08) and it's very easy to find a game against an online opponent, and as long as you pay attention to the connection quality (and only play opponents with 2 bars or more) then it will be...
Summary: First of all, I have PS3 but I bought a PS2 version of the game. The online mode is lagging so bad. the player move around without your control. also, PS3 have less Stadium then PS2. If I not remember wrong. PS3 only have 10 stadium vs PS 2 35 Stadium. PS2 get the World Tour Mode, which PS3 doesn't have. Xbox 360 and PS3 has so many bug. go Google search PES 2008 bug. you will know what I am talking about here. Very Disappointed fans of WE series.