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Eurogamer - Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Preview

EG:How the move to the Fox Engine ushers in Konami's boldest update yet. (PC, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, PS3, Xbox 360)

NYC_Gamer  +   762d ago
Konami, needs to step things up and stop letting EA buy up all the licenses..That's the main reason why i'm buying Fifa due to clubs/leagues.
Prince-Ali  +   762d ago
Its not Konami's fault, they cant actually do anythign about it, EA have had the license with FIFA since the 90's and whenever the contract runs out they simply just renew it, like i think they renewed their contract with FIFA like last year or the year before until 2020, so really Konami cant actually be blamed dude
blackstrr411  +   762d ago
They actually can. The money they spend on southamerican leagues and asian leagues should be spent on EPL. Not more than 10 percent of PES players select americano or asian teams. We want to see EPL, Laliga, Bundesliga (Fcb Schalke n BvB) LFP. Is that hard. No. I tired of seeing merseyside red. Since 2002 I've bn seeing northlondon blue and all. And please Jon Champion. Arrgghh. Too dull
3-4-5  +   762d ago
Licenses don't matter.

Been playing Fifa every year since Fifa 94 and I finally bought PES 10 for xbox 360 the other day and OMG it's such a breathe of fresh air to play a soccer game that actually feels like real soccer/football.

The pacing is twice as good as Fifa in terms of realism.

I had the same experience playing Battlefield 3 for the first time 1-2 months ago after playing and owning every COD and it was like " omg , this is what I've been missing."

Even with the dated physics of PES 10, it's more fluid and you have more control in that games from 2009 than you did with Fifa 13.

Fifa 12,13 were good games to but that is how far behind in realism it is.

I like the non-license as I get to create my own league then.

Nothing better than having a league full of teams I actually care about. I guess that would be different if I was from England or Spain or France or whatever but I have no rooting interest in any big name teams so I usually create my own and take a lower div team and turn them into a powerhouse.

Also PES does Be a legend better. It's more addicting.

So yea I still love Fifa, but I finally see what everyone is talking about with PES now. PES is legit.
iceman06  +   762d ago
I just like the way the overall game of football (or soccer) is played in the PES games. There are little niggling issues with both FIFA and PES. However, I enjoy the unpredictable nature of scoring in PES. It can be as organic as a brilliant counter attack or as unnatural as an own-goal from a well timed cross along the ground. I usually skip every other year with PES and FIFA. But, I am all on board for PES 14.

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