Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer Management
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E. Malik "chiller2k6", Amazon
4 May 2007
Summary: Wow! was the thought that popped into my when i heard this game was coming out. I couldn't wait. As soon as it came through the letterbox, i started playing it straight away. No proper team names, but it's like that with all pro evolution games so there wasn't such a big shock.
Summary: This game unfortunately is a bit of a shocker,the annoyance of lack of licensing means you'll be managing Man Red and Merseyside Blue but thats not anything compared to the fact that the whole managment side to the game just isn't there,you employ your coach who basically tells you how to play,you...
Summary: For the first maagement game by Konami, it does do very well. You can import your PES 4 or 5 teams to manage or start over. The aspects of the game are very realistic and life like. With a PES engine to watch highlights, its very handy. I rate tis game highly.
Summary: I think the game is a fun game tobstart with, but then it just gets boring, me and my friend play on this game and we think the game is fun but when you get used to it it getting boring, especally whenyou start drawing and losing all the time.
Summary: I brought this game thinking it was going to be the next big thing.........well i was wrong. Theres not alot to do, and trying to buy players that are good enough is just to hard, they just dont want to come to your club.
Summary: I agree with the previous review. I actually live in the same house as the last reviewer and I can concur with everything he says. The game starts out fun 'cos you can try and buy all your favourite PRO players (some of our particular faves include Ryan "The Tower" Babel, Barry "Wildcat" Ferguson,...
Summary: Being an avid fan of Pro ES 4 and 5, i bought this game with high (if somewhat suspicious) hopes. Yes, everything you know and love about Pro ES is still there - you just transfer the data over- such as Trevor Brooking's commentary, and the quaint names for teams and unlicensed players, and at first...