Frustrating at first but really fun when you get used to it!
C. Perkins, Amazon
2 January 2010
Summary: I bought this for my son and I almost threw it away. I had to listen to him yell and scream in frustration for about an hour. He finally got used to using the controllers and suddenly it was the greatest game in the world. Although it was hard at first it was very much worth the frustration.
Summary: I got this game for my husband, but my nearly 8 year old son is the one who plays it the most. He figured it out easily enough, but it's still enough of a challenge to be fun. It did take a little while for him to learn all of the tricks, but now he's having a blast playing it. It has realistic soccer players and commentary and the graphics are pretty good. I'd recommend it for younger kids who love soccer.
Summary: You can not control any one member of the defense, which makes this game more akin to the old school games where one person plays as mario and one person plays as luigi. It is very frustrating to play because while on defense my players seem to make more mistakes than the computer ever does. For example, I never seem to be able to just run down the field and have opposing players make stupid decisions and avoid my player. Yet to the computer it happens all the time.
Summary: This soccer game is the best of all! You can use your Wii remote to control which person you want him to past. You can shake your Nunchuk to shoot but you cannot control to angle and power. Although you cannot control the angle and power, but it will be better than you thought. This game can let you to make your own team but you cannot create your own team's name. You cannot choose which person you want him to join your team.
Summary: Unlike the disappointing 360 and PS3 versions, the Wii version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 is not only fantastic, it revolutionizes how sports games can be played. What the Wii allows is for the player to point and drag players across the screen, allowing players to control the entire team, rather than only the individual with the ball. This allows players to fake runs, overload sides, and create their own set-plays dynamically.
Summary: I already had Winning Eleven 9 for PS2 and I have to say the Wii version is a great improvement. The controls really are a lot of fun and give you a lot of control. The basic look and feel of the game are the same and anything that has changed I would say has been an improvement. I have component cables for my HD wide-screen TV so the game gives me full 480p wide-screen (unlike the PS2 WE9 which had no wide-screen) which looks great.
Summary: I recently got this, having high expectations and I was pleased with the result. Here are some facts on this. + great graphics + Fun gameplay + Easy to get used to + online play makes it long lasting + lots of modes to play + not too addicting + easy controls - get bored after the 1st hour That is all the negative points. Anyway, for soccer fans, this game is a must and this would be a better choice than the fifa series in my opinion.