Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 User Reviews

7.4

Pro Evolution Soccer 6

Summary:

I only got this game with 3 other games to play when I am on holiday though to be honest I have focused all my time in this one as I been loving it to much. The great things that have made me do this is because I am still finding the game a challenge even onto the Playstation Portable format, and the makes things great everything still reminds me of how much I enjoy the PES titles.

Within the game itself it resembles the Playstation 2 format of the game in so many ways, the layout to the design and control of players onto the pitch. Even with the amount of players in the game, somewhat 1400 ...

9.4

About pes

The good:

The shoting system
trick
editing
boot editing
graphics
Arsenal and man untd licensed
la liga licensed
frebch league licensed

The bad:

no german league
cant change clubs in ml
free kicks are hard
skills hard to pull off

Summary:

Pro Evolution Soccer has been the dominant force in football games for almost a decade, outshining its rivals on PSone and then increasing its lead during the lifespan of PS2. Although FIFA came close, most notably with the latest instalment in the series, PES has always maintained its edge. However, the introduction of Xbox 360 has levelled the playing field, with EA using the opportunity to rebuild its football franchise from the ground up. Konami, on the other hand, has played it safe by essentially porting over the current-gen version of the game, adding a couple of next-gen bells and w...

10

My Thoughts On PES6

The good:

Graphical Content


Great Player Appearance


Tricks & Skills


Edit Mode


Tougher Gameplay


Difficult Free Kicks


Improved Online Play


Excellent Close Control

The bad:

No German League (With the exception of Bayern Munich)


Short Free Kicks (Wall already organised when you take it)


The Lack Of Licenses

Summary:

Pro Evolution Soccer 6 is a very impressive game. It gives you the edge. If you don't actually play football yourself, this is your second option. In my honest opinion, easily the best football game around. Which includes Master League as well as the older editions of PES. This game personally, doesn't get boring, I, myself, have been playing it since early November, and yet to get bored. Obviously though, there can be improvements made, but it's the same with every game, it can't be perfect, also you can't get everyone to love it. But if you like football, and love to pass the ball about, ...

9.8

Pro Evolution Soccer 6

The good:

*Slightly improved graphics.
*Body animations improved.
*Facial expressions more realistic.
*Goalkeeper animations improved.
*New tournament.
*New licenses.
*Improved ball control.
*More shop items.

The bad:

*Improvements are minor.
*Increased realism may seem like a step back (see below).
*German clubs removed (excl. Bayern Munich).

Summary:

With the expectations of a classic game heightened by the success of previous PES titles, there was no doubt that PES6 would be a quality football game and Konami duly delivered. One main thing that has always needed improving was the problems with glitches during games but in PES6, many of the problems found in previous titles in the series and the game is generally glitch free (apart from odd problem when players collide). The player's animations haven't ever been brilliant either but PES6 has a wide range of running styles, kicking styles and other animations to make the game feel more r...

7.8

A polished, excellent multiplayer experience

The good:

-Smooth play
-Realistic teams
-Masses of tricks and moves
-Superb animation

The bad:

-Poor referee
-Computer cheats excessively
-Lacking graphics

Summary:

This is the first football game I have ever bought, although I have played other Pro evolution soccer and Fifa games round my friends houses, I've never felt the need to spend my money on one. This game seemed like the perfect opportunity, it was cheap and next gen.

I must say my very first impression was that of distaste, the menu screen music was appalling, and the layout seemed somewhat old fashioned. I continued to play a quick match against a medium difficulty player. My first discovery was the team names, many were made up, such as Chelsea, who are called "London F.C". This seemed a li...

8.2

Pro Evolution Soccer 6 Review

The good:

Realistic football experience, vastly improved graphics, great multiplayer and online modes.

The bad:

The commentary is as bad as ever, the shooting takes some getting used to, most Premiership teams remain unlicensed.

Summary:

Pro Evolution Soccer is a fantastic football game. But then, so was Pro Evolution Soccer 5. And Pro Evolution Soccer 4. In fact, the series has constantly been setting new highs ever since its debut on PSOne as International Superstar Soccer those many years ago. It sets its own standards and with the bar having been raised so high, people can be forgiven for having such huge expectations for a Pro Evo game being released on a system two generations after the one it debuted upon.

I too had such expectations, and my first impression of Pro Evo 6 on the Xbox 360 was a mixture of bewilderment a...

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