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: This is a great soccer game.easy to learn and never gets boring.PES did a good job on the graphics alwell as the master league.what i dislike about this game is that only 2 premier leaque teams are licsened and not all of them so i have to edit the names and kits of the english team.overall great buy.
Summary: Always a fan of Winning Eleven or the now called PES the play mechanics are still top notch and a fun as always. The down side is still what i've 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. love the game.
Summary: the game is pretty sick if you like soccer and spacing the field out. shooting is particularly odd / difficult.. but I imagine they want you to log in some hours before it becomes second nature!
Summary: i like pes since it's started but I read the inf about the new things on pes 09' what they included which is great! but i don't like the idea about the other leagues not been fully licensed and that is something that I wish they can change or fix so all teams can be licensed on the game,but still the best game to play and have fun!
Summary: I fully admit I have long been a Pro Evolution fan over the FIFA series, but I also must admit that I came very close to making the switch after last year's PES and having read all the great reviews for the new FIFA. However, I went with my gut and gave PES 2009 a shot, in part b/c the price of $39.99 for a new copy of the game is tough to beat. Boy, amd I glad I did.
Summary: Things are simple: Fifa is for those who like to WATCH soccer; Pes is for those who like to PLAY soccer. Being soccer games is barely the only thing they have in common, cause both games aim to targets that are not necessarily the same and, of course, offer different gameplaying experiences. My choice is Pes because is the game that hits closer to the things I want to do when I'm playing and the things that are shown in game...