Summary: Parents need to know that this game is a continuation of the Winning Eleven soccer series by Konami, but branded differently depending on the market it's being sold in. As parents know, soccer is a very complicated sport where all team members are needed to win, so cooperation is essential.
Summary: Unlike, say, first-person shooters, there aren't exactly vast resources to compare soccer games to. No, there are maybe two or three key titles, and then a dozen other short-lived pretenders to the throne that suddenly show up one day and fade back into obscurity just as quickly.
Pros: Pick-up-and-play gameplay., Tons of replay, online and off., Rather true-to-life audio.
Cons: Offline multiplayer is a mess., Online lacks WiiSpeak support., Woah! What’s with the crowds?
Summary: Football, Soccer, Futbol, the beautiful game has many names but the simulation genre has long been dominated by Konami’s masterfully crafted Pro Evolution series. Last year’s Wii version introduced motion controls in a way that complimented the action without ever seeming gimmicky or forced.
Excerpt: Last year, Konami released PES 2008 on the Wii boasting an entirely unique control system that left many people sceptical and others intrigued. It soon became clear for the people who picked the game up that these new controls allowed the players to play a football game in a way that they had never...
Summary: PES 2009 sur Wii, la superior version ? Très probablement, tant l’exhaustivité des modes de jeux et la présence d’une jouabilité classique séduiront tout joueur à la recherche d’un jeu de foot digne de ce nom.
Cons: Musiques horribles, j’insiste, Vers une Légende à la trappe, Niveau simu, on repassera, Pourquoi arriver si tard ?
Excerpt: Préparez vos manettes, chaussez vos crampons, car la compétition va être rude cette année encore !! Faut-il encore présenter Pro Evolution Soccer ? Ce jeu de football revient sur Wii dans sa version 2009 avec des animations améliorées et des graphismes revus à la hausse ! Le système de tir...