Submitted by jordypordy 1209d ago | preview

STN: Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 preview


The Pro Evolution Soccer series has seen a somewhat fall from grace this generation. Games from PES 2008 to 2010 were shunned by some of the fanbase, who instead seemed to go into the arms of its arch rival, FIFA. The games were also a far cry from what Konami had developed on the PS2, which provided some of the best football games around at that time. PES 2011 introduced some changes that benefited the series and PES 2012 improved upon them further. The latest game in the series however, PES 2013, takes even bigger strides and brings new features not only to the series but to the genre as well. Boasting one of the best players in the world on the cover, PES 2013 looks to take back the Ballon d’Or from the clutches of its rival. (3DS, Nintendo DS, PC, PES 2013, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)

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