Excerpt: Pro Evolution Soccer is synonymous now with being the best and most realistic football game ever made. Its jump to the PSP with Pro Evo 5 was for me a little shaky, although the basics were there it was a really slow loading game and had a few bugs that were simply glossed over.
Excerpt: This game at first looks really good, more difficult than the previous pes, but after play it for about 3 or 4 months, it become suck. I believe the designer/programmer doesn't know much about a "real-life" soccer strategy since all the teams are playing with the same strategy.
Summary: After playing fifa games since 2002, I thought I would try Pro Evo 6 for the PSP. I loved it at first as the gameplay was refreshing, however I agree totally with the review of PES fan pete in that the difficulty varies so much it takes the fun out of the game.
Summary: first of all im a huge fan of PES having played them throughout the years on the ps2.i was eargly anticipating what this title would be lik on the psp.unfortunately i was rather diappointed,fistly the loading times last for ages.the next problem was the diffulty-in the easiiest setting resulted in...
Conclusion: My uncle works for the company making pro evo and he managed to get me a demo CD and i gotta say that this is one of the best football games to date, passing is slick, shooting is as realistic as rooneys shot against newcastle and the players are as smart as einstein in a footie jersey.
Summary: This game is fun, and certainly does not deserve some of the negative reviews. The game is intuitive, with good graphics and animation, bearing in mind the capabilities of the PSP. There are all manner of tournaments and leagues to keep you occupied. But, there are some frustrating problems.