As promised, Konami has officially released the first gameplay trailer for Pro Evolution Soccer 2015.
That's it?i was expecting some actual gameplay.
Morons is what they are . Konamiois trailing behind , and got to win back everyone , and here they are proposing exactly the same kind of edited garbage you could see from a franchise not in danger , instead of a real match footage
Some of these game developers I will not miss them.. See you at Pizza Hut
You obviously didn't play PES 2013, was far better than FIFA 13. FIFA 14 on the other hand, was really good.
what are you even talking about ? I've always prefered PES . But in 2013 they ruined the game by messing with content that was already there , and their slow and innefficient patching . 2014 ? They got worse at patching and released a buggy game with even less content . Fifa is what it is , still flawed , but it's mostly improving instead of devolving . And regardless , they were , and are hemorrhaging fans with their missteps , lies and poor marketing . So what's the first thing they do instead of showing the game to renew everyone's faith , or maybe try ? A teaser of a trailer , then the so called trailer is a travesty and mainly another teaser , for yet another promised trailer . They are not in a place and position to pull those shenanigans .
Thinking the same thing
Can't wait....even though that was trailer and NOT gameplay. PES 2014 is amazing and this should be even better.
No, pes 2014 is a disaster
@Exari, agreed - PES214 was not as good as I was expecting, I didn't even buy PES because the Demo was so poor, stuttering and slow. The only reason I own PES2014 is because it was on PS+ a few months back, still doesn't get much use. Felt really clunky and as if everyone was playing in mud
Really !! thats it ?? goddamit its a football game not " BF4 " to make the trailer like that just give us the real gameplay
The king is back! /s
lol , how many years have we been saying that ??? cant see pro evo ever coming back , they have tried everything
This year I went with Fifa because the PES demo was so poor, I wasn't risking anything hoping it would improve with the final build. Fifa though hasn't changed much in the last few years. And there's plenty of things that annoy me about it - mainly the passing, it can't decide if I want to do a strong pass to someone, or play a pass the the player further away - and it always does the one I don't want.
Should be interesting FIFA Vs PES this year. Let's see.. Really curious
Not really tho. If that is Konami's showing then Fifa won't bother trying anything new.
it wont be interesting . Even the most positive preview from the game's own blog , allude to something more in tunes with "Pes 2014 HD remaster"
oh my! I waited since before E3 for that????!!
So... A teaser to a teaser of another teaser of July 3 rd
Where the hell is Vidal looking at 0:20 :O
A gameplay trailer with no gameplay. Right ok.
Looks poor for a PS4/X1 title. FIFA 15 still doesn't look as good as I expected but PES is lagging behind.
Hopefully they don't call offsides so much. 2014 was bad.
I was a PESer from ISS Deluxe of SNES to PES 2013... but come on, we all know this franchise is slowly dying since PES 11 :( I'm instead purchasing FIFA since 2012... but I really was having hope to see PES recovery on 2015 to match the times of glory (PES6/2007)... however, I only see the same issues that they had in PES2014 Look at Pirlo when he "steps" on the ball at 0:18... he doesn't even touch the ball... and that unrealistic grass... and the black guy behind Arturo Vidal at 0:21 looking anything but the ball or the play, and changing of movement like he was a robot... I'm very sad about this, it just hurts to see that PES is going to fail again, that PES is still behind what we want to see :(
PES 2013 was awesome. It felt like the first PES game in a long time that was like the PS2 era of PES games. With any joy PES 2015 will be similar to 2013.
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