Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
11 March 2014
Conclusion: This is coming from something of a PES fanboy who owns PES games going back to the days when it was ISS Pro and with previous instalments I could always argue it was better than or as good as the Fifa game particulary Fifa 07 which was dreadful. So unfortunately this time I have no argument and simply can't recommend this game.
PES 2011 : test de la bêta de la Master League Online
6 March 2011
Conclusion: En clair, de très bonnes sensations nous ont été délivrées dans cette démo, qui reste cependant perfectible à quelques niveaux. La vue "retransmission" nous offre une caméra parfois peu réactive, particulièrement quand on récupère la balle en milieu de terrain et qu'il est impossible de voir si un joueur de notre équipe se trouve devant nous. Mais bien que lente à la détente, on la sent tout de même dynamique.
Summary: Parents need to know that PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2011 is online enabled soccer simulation game, but players can also play offline alone or against another human opponent using another controller. This is briskly paced soccer action that has a nice range of difficulty settings so that players can tailor the game to their skills. The games will take time to play. Up to eight players can participate in an online match.
Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (Microsoft Xbox 360)
6 January 2011
Summary: It’s good to have my girl back. After a few years of missteps, Konami finally found their smile, and put one back on my face. Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 isn’t for everyone, but that’s not really a problem because it never really has been for everyone. The people that like this series will come back in droves for the gameplay changes, for the little touches, and simply for the fact that it’s Not FIFA .
Excerpt: Another year, another soccer game. Enter Konami’s soccer franchise Pro Evolution Soccer 2011, the other 2011 soccer game that is not by FIFA and Electronic Arts. This franchise should have a decent following among soccer game fans here in the United States as it has been running since 2001 under the name of World Soccer Winning Eleven and is now known as Pro Evolution Soccer since 2008.
Excerpt: UK REVIEW--The Pro Evolution Soccer series has been stuck in a rut for the past few years, with gameplay that has stagnated and a feature set that has failed to keep up with rival FIFA. Thankfully, Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 addresses these criticisms, with improved gameplay, new features such as the Online Master League, and a higher visual standard than ever before.
Pros: Deeper gameplay, New game modes such as Online Master League, Improved visuals and presentation, Excellent unlockable extras, Improved visuals and presentation, Excellent unlockable extras, A healthy assortment of customisation options, such as stadiums, team logos, and tricks, A healthy assortment of customisation options, such as stadiums, team logos, and tricks
Cons: Lack of online content sharing, Too easy to foul, Still a lot of unlicensed teams, Weak commentary, Weak commentary
Summary: All in all though, Pro Evolution 2011 is a massive improvement over the last few games in the series. While by no means perfect, Konami have finally shown a glimpse of the capabilities that made the brand famous in the first place. For the first time in a long time, I'm actually looking forward to where they take the series next. Hopefully Pro Evolution 2011 is a sign of things to come as Konami finally gain a little ground on the FIFA series.
Conclusion: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 is a huge achievement over previous years. Konami's developers have seemed to have locked down a solid method to make a really good soccer game. Geared towards soccer purists Pro Evolution Soccer brings the goods with improved controls, tons of gameplay options and gorgeous presentation, but requires a bit more effort and patience.