While we know Hideo Kojima’s FOX engine will be used to power the next generation of Pro Evos, the question remains: what does that actually mean for a PlayStation 4 PES?
And FIFA will have new engine on next-gen console.
who cares ! FIFA still has a long way to go. it's a broken game from the menus to the football rules used in it.
stop trollin you twat imt558
Hows he trolling its obviously true!
Sorry! Just sayin.:)
Its off topic, stick to fifa 13 threads ffs, you think i dont know fifa 13 will use a new engine as well? jesus, all you fifa fanboys shitting your pants now cos pes is on track for domination once again? lol
In nt a fifa fanboy ill be all over winning when it gets better but as of now fifa is the better game...
While I agree it is off topic from him, you just said "all you fifa fanboys sh***ing your pants now cos pes is on track for domination once again? lol" after accusing him of trolling. On topic This is just not going to work, they won't be able to link the emotions of the players to a game.
visuals is good but if the game doesn't play well it's kinda useless in the end.
I'm actually well impressed with the PES 13 demo, it feels like old school Pro Evo from the PS2 days. The tactical defending addition took the fun out of FIFA for me. It catered for people who couldn't attack.
FIFA12 is garbage. Defence system is really rubbish cause fast strikers can now just go straight if you dont hit the button at the right time it's too late. that's why i'm giving up with FIFA next year until they really make a good game. Laggy menu stupid AI free kicks almost never whistled...
Even though I still like PES I have to disregard much of what Konami say about future titles and new engines at this point. First they said that they were developing a brand new engine just for PES after PES2011 and that it would take a few years to make. Then they said PES2012 would still be like a new experience. Then they announce that they're not making a new engine for PES, but they're going to use the Fox Engine being developed by Kojima Productions and Konami.
Maybe they were developing a new engine for PES 2013, but ultimately decided to use the Fox Engine, because it would've been more viable to do so? Plus, it's a way to show people what the Fox Engine could be capable of.
True it's possible, but Konami surely knew what Kojima Productions were aiming for with the Fox Engine and what it could do. Maybe I'm just being too negative but Konami have been talking about new engines and new games as if they're a lot better than they are for a while now. I know EA Sports are just as bad (if not worse) too but PES has been really disappointing this gen in comparison to last gen, while FIFA has gotten better.
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