Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Xbox 360 Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: It’s funny how we have such little choice with football games in this modern age, there aren’t many options if you are seeking a virtual recreation of the sport. Today it’s FIFA or Pro Evolution Soccer, or more specifically FIFA vs. Pro Evolution Soccer, a battle that is currently being won by the mighty FIFA franchise, at least in terms of fluidity and realism.
Summary: So, overall " Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 " is still good fun and is an improvement then, although not the vast improvement that many of us have been hoping for. Maybe next year, the series will have something to truly shout about, although, given Konami's recent track record, I'm not holding my breath.
Excerpt: While soccer has been the most popular sport in the world for a long time, it has yet to really take hold in the US. It has been a hit with youths but that interest seems to gradually wane with age. With the World Cup in 2010, English Premier League games on ESPN and a rising star in Jozy Altidore, the sport may gain a much larger audience in North America.
Pros: The thrill of the sport is intact., Player models are impressive., Overall, a fun game to play.
Cons: No licenses for most leagues, no US team., Be a Legend is extremely limited., Menus can be confusing.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
26 October 2009
Summary: PES still manages to capture the guts and glory of top-level football... just.
Conclusion: The glaring faults are becoming even more obvious with every passing year, and the competition is streaking away, but still PES manages to capture the guts and glory of top-level football. It’ll probably never recapture its triumphant ways of old, but those who’ve been clamouring for a next-gen version of PES that’s actually worthy of the console that’s hosting it, they’ve finally got it.
Conclusion: The battle between Pro Evolution Soccer and FIFA is as hotly contested as big derby matches such as Liverpool vs. Manchester United and Barcelona vs. Real Madrid. Passions run high on both sides and over the past few years this rivalry has really highlighted how the mighty can soon struggle for form. Once PES decimated the opposition but over the last few seasons FIFA has slowly strengthened its overall quality and now sits on top of the pile.
Summary: A regular feature of each new PES game is the change in rhythm. It swings between rapid and painstaking. This year's falls into the latter category, but far from being a negative, the slower pace actually breathes much- needed air into it.
Pros: Slower pace, better play, Card system adds flair, Tactics easily adjusted, Visuals improved out of sight