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US8F1542d ago (Edited 1542d ago )

PES community manager says more info next week. Konami press conference is next Thursday so expect many videos about PES. If it was what the edge magazine claims it to be then we are looking at the upcoming footy king.

If anything, it will just push EA from being lazy on yearly bases by adding small changes that can actually be patched into the game, instead releasing it on separate disc and charging an extra $60 for it.

Again Talk is cheap, lets see how they both roll out.

cronaldo71542d ago (Edited 1542d ago )

Oh man, Adam Bhatti says thats in-game footage...

cronaldo71542d ago

PES was beast when it was a PS2 exclusive.

LeRise1542d ago

Thanks to Konami, it's on PC too. But next-gen engine FIFA is not :(
So, PES ftw!

Plambey1542d ago


first1NFANTRY1542d ago (Edited 1542d ago )

I'm skipping Fifa14 and going straight for PES14 next gen. I like the fact Konami is using a new engine. I'm done playing Fifa every year with minimum upgrades. Also don't wanna support EA as a company anymore.

Bayern Munich FTW!

Inception1542d ago

Are you a fans of Bayern Munich? if yes than congrats for winning UCL 2013. Bayern deserved it because their performance this year are extraordinary (they beat Barca with 7-0 agregat!).

Thefreeman0121542d ago

Konami pushes out a yearly installment too that are not that impressive. EA has a new engine coming out as well...

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