Reviews and Problems with Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
Game Over Online
25 October 2015
Excerpt: Great sports rivalries are what keeps fans interested and keeps them paying out the nose to get through the gates. Rivalries define not only passion and emotion that drive the athletes, but create an undeniable atmosphere that incites people into a veritable frenzy.
Excerpt: The PES franchise has suffered somewhat of an identity crisis in recent times. For many years, it was the geeky kid at the back of class that got A’s, in contrast to FIFA’s thick-as-pigshit but vastly popular king of the playground.
Conclusion: PES 2012 looks and feels a lot better than it has in a long time, and has certainly closed the gap on FIFA. The only problem now is the often frustrating randomness of the game, which is both a blessing and a curse really, and the fact that the whole experience still seems rather light on...
Excerpt: Finding someone who has purchased and played both PES and FIFA in the last few years is rarer than club loyalty in the modern day footballer. You're either into one or the other. Simple as. Or at least it was until this season's head-to-head.
Pros: Master League is mad but great, Passing is much improved, Instant football fun awaits
Cons: Online players are still nails, Lack of licenses, Stiff animations are odd
Excerpt: Rivalries. Regardless of whether your side of the coin lands up or down, itÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s hard to deny that rivalries improve everyone involved. Our competitors drive us to improve and innovate. The dynamic between...
Pros: + Deep, tactical soccer, + Good variety of online/offline modes, + Off the ball controls enhance strategy
Cons: Controls feel like they are fighting back, Commentary is sparse and dry, Animations are rigid
Excerpt: Football 1-0 (Helguson, pen 10. Sent off: Bosingwa, Drogba). Konami wade back into the deep end with their yearly outing of the long-running footy sim and, for the first time in years, it’s a genuinely smart, punishing experience.