Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Review | High Score Reviews

The problem with both Arsenal and Pro Evo over the last couple of years has been a lack of investment in the playing staff, with both attempting to recreate a previously successful style with resources that aren’t quite up to the task. Whilst Manchester City and EA Sports rafted in an all-new and expensive engine to power their game, Konami stuck to its guns, resulting in a game that still felt like it was leaning too heavily on prior successes. In many ways, despite the promising start to this campaign, the same holds true, with the aging Master League, loss of major licenses and paltry online offering still representing areas where the game needs major renovation. For most, though, what matters is the action on the pitch, and in that department Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 is arguably the one to beat this year.

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