Conclusion: This Is Great Adaptation Of The PS2 Version, Although The Absence Of A Master League May Limit The Amount Of Your Life You Want To Use Up By Playing This Game! Along With GTA, This Is The 2nd Must Have Game For All PSP Owners! (This Also Links To Your PS2 Game So Your Able To Download Anything You Have Edited To Your PSP!!
Conclusion: pro evo5 is a very addictive game the graphics are great and the gameplay is challenging but thats what makes pro evo so good. the only bad thing is that there is no master league but its still worth buying because it is the greatest footie game out on the psp
Conclusion: This is a superb game with superb graphics. Just like a mini ps2 in your very own hands to walk around with. You can play all cups and leagues accept master league which is not on the psp version because the umd discs cannot hold there memory.Ok snake
Although well out of date, it can be considered a good bargain at around £5
29 August 2009
Excerpt: Rating - 3+ Multiplayer - yes This was the first Pro Evolution game on the psp and one of the first games I got with my psp. As the name suggests it is the 5th in the series but it's a bit different from its console counterparts. For one thing the master league mode has been replaced by the league mode. So instead of starting off with a team with very poor stats and working your way up you get to choose which team out of any of the leagues you want to manage in.
Summary: I got this game as part of a bundle from my local games store and thus it was the first psp game I played... Although the graphics are notably slower than those on the ps2, the gameplay is still all there... Editing mode was rather a poor effort and does limit a lot of what you can do to the squad, but it more than makes up for this with the multiplayer feature which i will come onto in a second...
Excerpt: Well...Pro Evolution Soccer 5 is a game with a difference. It may not appeal to all gamers as it doesn't have some of the features like on the PS2 version, like the ability to edit the kit badges. But with its fantastic physics which are quite different but still feel similar to the previous game, it encorporates new features to appeal to the sport
The best footy game (bar Sensible Soccer) gets a conversion to handheld format!
5 September 2006
Excerpt: So, the second best football game ever made gets a release on the PSP. For shame that few remember the gloriously addictive Sensible Soccer (from the halcyon days of the Amiga) as the title would be perfect for Sony's venture into the arena of handheld and portable gaming. Small, compact and simple, the endeavour would surely make the most out of the platform given the power of the PSP.