BackgroundKey to PES 2008 is a proprietary adaptive AI system entitled Teamvision. Unique to the Konami game, Teamvision is a sophisticated AI programming that learns and adapts according to an individual's style of play. As such, it will learn new ways to build attacks and to counter specific movements and previous attacking or defensive errors, ensuring games are more in line with the tactical but flowing nature of the real thing.
With the Pro Evolution Soccer series renowned for its fluid, realistic gameplay, the new game builds on the implementation of Teamvision with additional key advances. As with previous releases since its inception in 1996, the ball is again treated as a separate entity, with the timing of shots entirely down to the player, while the new AI ensures that defenders work to close down space and block efforts on goal. Similarly, distribution of passes works along the same lines, with players using the space available to them to switch the ball. Close control has also been enhanced with more control when dribbling the ball, and a number of subtle moves added to bypass defenders and move the ball into space.
Working in conjunction with the Teamvision system, every aspect of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008's on-field play has been reworked and fine-tuned to create the balanced and strategic play of a high stakes match. Set-pieces have been improved, with full control given over the number of players and the position of the defensive wall. A wider range of set piece options are also available to make use of specific talents within the team.
'Next Generation' versions of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008's are further enhanced by stunning aesthetic elements. Player detail has been taken to incredible levels with full facial animation and the high-definition detail afforded by the hardware used to show full movement and subtle details to the various kits during the course of a match. All 'Next Gen' versions will also benefit from an extensive Edit mode.
- All New 'Team vision' AI System
- Improved AI for Defenders and Attackers
- Enhanced Close Control system enabling more control of the ball when dribbling
- Improved Set Pieces - players now have full control over the defensive wall.
- Increased Player detail with full facial animation.
- Extensive Edit mode
Arteta8 and 7 others own Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
LyonnaisI have, but I rarely play it. Good for trips on the road though. :o WinningElevenProEvolutionSoccer2008 DS
Jan 21, 10 1:14am
LiverFan played Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
bumblebee19i let my friend borrow it, and it got stolen. owes me $20 WinningElevenProEvolutionSoccer2008 DS
Apr 04, 09 2:27pm
ILUVCITYDont play on PS3's anymore, their overated WinningElevenProEvolutionSoccer2008 DS
Feb 15, 09 6:21pm
BALLR24Not As Good As I Thought It Would Be WinningElevenProEvolutionSoccer2008 DS
Oct 06, 08 5:34am
May 17, 08 9:32pm
DelexoA step back compared to PES6 but probably still has a slight edge over FIFA 08. WinningElevenProEvolutionSoccer2008 DS
Jan 13, 08 12:17am
- Genre: Soccer
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: Konami
- Publisher: Konami
Released North America Mar 11, 2008 Europe Feb 29, 2008 Japan Jan 24, 2008 Australia Mar 7, 2008
- Also known as:
- World Soccer Winning Eleven Ubiquitous Edition 2008 in Japan
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