Summary: The game play of PES on the Wii is outstanding. There's no substitute for being able to move all your players around on or off the ball. You can create fantastic forward pushes with your entire offense in a way I've never seen with any other game.
Summary: Most of reviews and gamers around point out the cool factor of using Wii-mote to point at the screen, which allows more creative moves than using a gamepad. I am not a huge fan of soccer, but it really got me in. I only regret the poor manual.
Summary: Since I am a real PES fan, I wanted to have this game on the Wii version. I usually buy the PC version because I do not own a PS3 or Xbox but have played it on both platforms. It is unreallistic to compare the latter versions to the Wii one.
Summary: A great soccer game way of playing on Wii playmaker is spectacular once you dominate. The inclusion of Copa Santander Libertadores is a great add-on for Latin Americans. Graphics seem slightly improved compared to PES 2011; do however generally provides very few improved on the previous, if it will...
Summary: If you like sports and you love soccer as me, you will love this game PES 2012 too. I don't see a big difference with FIFA 2012, Graphs are very weak and for some reason the players name are not the real ones in some teams, I'm assuming that because there is no contract with some teams.