PlayDevil's GamesCom 2013 Previews: Pro Evolution Soccer 2014

Here is a taste:

Picking up the pad, everything feels familiar and responsive, a real achievement as PES 2014 has seen the franchise undergo a complete overhaul and move to the Fox Engine.

This shift has supposedly allowed the ball to move independently from the players, allowing them to react naturally to its motion rather than through animation scripts. Admittedly this change, along with a host of other new features, was hard to appreciate in my short game, but the animation was fluid and responsive.

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