Summary: I've been playing this game since some months ago and I can't tell you how exciting and how real it is. The performance is real good, the audio comments are so exciting, the stadiums overwiew is so real, that's for it that I can give the game 5 stars. Also, all the unforgetable soccer highlights are in there, names as Van Hooijdonk, Hasselbaink, Ariel Ortega, Batistuta, N. Quinn, Alex Aguinaga, Luis Hernandez, R. Nestor Sensini, Jose Luis F. Chilavert...
Summary: konami's winning eleven 6 succeeds primarily because the gameplay isn't dictated by the AI or other programming elements. you don't have to figure out tricks to break down the defense or foil impossibly wily 'keepers. instead, you play the game the way you would play an actual match, using natural soccer instincts and adjusting to your opponent's strategies and moves. it also supplies the depth to create the style you envision.
Summary: For all you football fanatics out there this is, quite frankly, the best and most complete football game ever! The graphics, realism, and the in-depth analysis of the beautiful game have all been rolled into one thanks to the inventive genus of Konami. The variation and combinations of the game play allows players and teams to play free flowing possession football without necessarily having to attack.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
23 December 2004
Summary: For a first class soccer playing experience, give World Soccer Winning Eleven 6 a try. Its impressive gameplay and graphics will impress even die-hard fans! First, the gameplay. This isn't an arcade game that depends on frantic button-mashing and obscure button combinations. The buttons let you do real actions - run, pass, kick. You can do each action in different strengths and with different angles, creating just about any situation you'd see on a field.
Summary: Aaaaaah, where to begin? For years, the only people priviledged enough to have been able to play the internationally-renowned (and massively pirated) Winning Eleven series were either European or Japanese. At last, Americans will be able to witness what any hard-core soccer fanatic will immediately confirm as the definitive soccer simulation on any platform. Forget FIFA.
Summary: Well, the basic question that sits atop the North American market for footy games is simple. Do you like football games or do you like soccer games?. What is the difference you ask?, well the basic and most important differences are not in the name, the uniforms, the sound, the graphics or even the commentators....hey, not even the gameplay. The basic difference is the mentality to which both names approach the game of foot and ball; specially video games.
Summary: I see references to the Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) games in the reviews. In fact, Pro Evolution Soccer is the European name for Winning Eleven - they are the same game. Winning Eleven 6 = Pro Evolution Soccer 2 Winning Eleven 7 = Pro Evolution Soccer 3 and so on. Either way, the lastest version of this title is - quite simply - the best football (soccer) game in the world. Each new version tends to be more "evolved" than the last, which is not always true for FIFA.
Summary: I had heard quite a bit about this game from friends that were from outside the US (since it hasn't been released in the US until now). From what I heard, it was really a fantastic video game. So, as you can imagine, I had very high expectations when I bought this game. Many reviews I've read have talked about how Fifa 2002 sucks compared to the Winning 11 series. I also own Fifa 2002 and really enjoy it.
Summary: i'm buying this game the first day it comes out! (along with 007: everything or nothing) i have played Winning Eleven Six International on a demo, and it was just amazing. i can understand now why everyone is so hyped up about this game!