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Pro Evolution Soccer 2

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  • User Score (222)
    9.3 9.3 from 222 reviewers
  • Expert Score (18)
    8.1 8.1 from 18 reviewers
  • Value for money (5)
    8.1 8.1 from 5 reviewers
  • Features (5)
    8.1 8.1 from 5 reviewers
  • Sound quality (27)
    5.5 5.5 from 27 reviewers
  • Gameplay (31)
    7.5 7.5 from 31 reviewers
  • Graphics (34)
    6.8 6.8 from 34 reviewers
  • Sound (7)
    5.9 5.9 from 7 reviewers
  • Multiplayer (2)
    6.5 6.5 from 2 reviewers
  • Lifespan (2)
    8.1 8.1 from 2 reviewers
  • Overall quality (5)
    7.4 7.4 from 5 reviewers
  • Lastability (3)
    5.9 5.9 from 3 reviewers
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The Pro Evolution Soccer 2 is a football (soccer) video game that is the successor of the popular Pro Evolution Soccer that was released by Konami. It is also known in Japan as Winning Eleven 6 and World Soccer Winning Eleven 6 in the US.

Features

The Pro Evolution Soccer 2’s gameplay is faster than its predecessor. It has sharper turns and faster reactions to tackles, making the game more realistic. It also has the training session mode. There are also extra clubs that were included one of which is…

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The Pro Evolution Soccer 2 is a football (soccer) video game that is the successor of the popular Pro Evolution Soccer that was released by Konami. It is also known in Japan as Winning Eleven 6 and World Soccer Winning Eleven 6 in the US.

Features

The Pro Evolution Soccer 2’s gameplay is faster than its predecessor. It has sharper turns and faster reactions to tackles, making the game more realistic. It also has the training session mode. There are also extra clubs that were included one of which is the Master League Division. It boasts its new commentators Peter Brackley and Trevor Brooking. Though the game had a few problems with licensing like using the term ‘oranges’ for the Dutch Players, Madrid for Real Madrid, etc.; the PES 2 was able to compensate by adding the club editor where gamers can edit logos, players and club names.

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