Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
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great soccer play
1 November 2013
Summary: Always a fan of Winning Eleven or the now called pro evolution soccer the play mechanics are still top notch and a fun as always. The down side is still what I have had a problem with these games, lack of officially licensed teams. The edit mode is now more robust than it use to be last year which allows me to create my favorite teams. Like the game so far.
Summary: Although Pro Evolution Soccer fans bought last year's game in droves, it was unfortunately an all-time low for the series on the Xbox 360. Poor graphics, dreadful presentation, and basic online play failed to make the most of the hardware, and it was a step back in gameplay terms. Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 doesn't completely redress the balance, but it's a step in the right direction, with new game modes, an improved editor, and even a Champions League licence.
Summary: love the become a legend mode. Offense, while it is a headache at first, becomes second nature before long. At least, the simple moves will. The more complicated moves will undoubtedly take more time to master, but you can score goals on the default difficulty without worrying too much about over-complicating things.