Summary: Bought this for my son having read reviews suggesting it is one of the best soccer games on PS2. Whilst I have nothing to compare it with, he loves it and is able to navigate around to choose his favourite team (Barcelona) and play against his mate or the computer. Lots of different levels so anyone can play.
Summary: 48 teams to edit and you can create your own league and cup structure this is very good 8 teams a league or 20 you choose you can either play or watch too helps when you need to clean the flat up,,,,really good if you like to edit and your mind is crazy like mine,,,iam getting winning 11 for ps3 next year sometime the 2013 version i do review for that game hope it meets my stanards till now i play this classic for me though this disk is my back up,,,,but problem this...
Summary: well this game its easy to win a match infact it might be too easy i dont normally play this kinda game but its sooo easy im usually getting a score 16-0 or 15-3 its not hard to do it gives you the goals not much hardwork involved. i dislike the menus theres so much rubbish before actually playin a match, the music is irritating but then theres not many game menus thats good.
Summary: It's the year 2012. The game is PES 6. That means I'm writing a review about a game that's over 6 years old. Why? Because it (still) is one of the best games I've ever played. I've played the latest versions of FIFA and PES to date, but for me, they just don't come anywhere close to matching the pure feeling of fun I had playing this game in my teens.
Summary: This is like the Muhammed Ali of football games. People around at the time will tell the youngsters how good it was, & there'll never be another like it. Im so fed up with the rubbish Fifa & Pes serve us these days that im considering buying a Ps2 again just to play this game. I wasted so many hours of my youth on this amazing game. I played it every day & never got bored. I barely play the new games once a week now. This game will never be bettered. FACT.
Summary: If you like PEs 4 and PES 5 then you'll be pleased to know that this game is like those two combined. It doesn't beat the realism of PES 5, neither beats it as a whole, but it's rather an alternative take on it. It's faster, more accessible and more arcade-like. Which for the case of PES can only add up to the experience in a good way. PES was always an arcade-inspired game and in PES 6 you get a treat.
Summary: I've had this game for years now and still play it just because i haven't been bothered to go and buy myself a newer one. It's by no means awful, but there's a lot of minor issues with the game play that really bother me, too many to go into, but i think i might try Fifa next time.
Summary: Awesome game to start off with! but i payed like £20 for this and i also own PES 4, which both overlooking, seem exactly the same, all the difference is, you get sponsers on shirts etc.. im not saying at all: go change to fifa. but if u dont like spending loads of money, get Pro evo 4 cos its exactly the same gameplay and graphics, it just has a little difference.
Summary: Despite the fact that FIFA is my game of choice nowadays, back in the day, this was the game that simply couldn't be touched. From PES way back in 2001, I was a PES-addict, and for me, this was the high point, which no football game has since been able to reach. With any football game, the gameplay is always going to be the thing that makes or breaks it, and with PES6, it was flawless.
Summary: This is the last version of PES for the PS2. It is identical to the last one and the one before that. It is a good football game and creating your own team in master league is fun. Plenty cups and competitions to keep you going. The lack of an official license is getting tiresome. Good fun and one of the best footie games on PS2 but it lacks any real innovation.