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Submitted by AmyParker 852d ago | opinion piece

FIFA 13 Vs. Pro Evolution Soccer 13: Why The Competition?

Both FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer are brilliant footballing video games and both have their strengths and their weaknesses. This year suggests that PES could be the better of the two. But what makes these games different? (EA, FIFA 13, GameCube, PC, Pro Evolution Soccer 2013, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)

mafiahajeri  +   852d ago
Why the competition? its simple winning eleven or pes was always on top and for the Past 6 games FIFA has been on top. It's a long rivalry and their the Only 2 football games on the market which is a rare thing to see. So if there was no competition than something would obviously be wrong.
AmyParker  +   852d ago
FACE-PALM! Did you actually READ the article? Or did you just make a comment based on the title? Because if you had read it, you would see that it's an article exploring why there is competition between the two. Of course, I know there has to be.

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