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Submitted by LawlessSXE 433d ago | review

Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 | Review (OnlySP)

It is impossible to deny the standing of soccer as the most popular sport in the world today. On paper the rules may seem more straightforward than many other physical contests, but the execution loses no complexity. Indeed, it could be argued that the comparative freedom offered by a looser set of guidelines provides greater opportunity for inventiveness. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 does a fine job of capturing this balance between simplicity and complexity, providing a fun and accessible game that hides considerable depth for the more thorough player. (PC, PES 2014, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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