New Clubs and Stadiums Confirmed for PES 2009 - GamesAreEvil

GamesAreEvil writes: Following the recent announcement that both Manchester United and Liverpool will appear in PES 2009 as fully licensed teams, Konami have confirmed a number of additional clubs that will join them in their complete authentic glory.


8 new screenshots included.

PS3 and 360 packshots included.

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cahill3675d ago

EU owners of PS3
PES is coming your way

Harry1903675d ago (Edited 3675d ago )

since it is region free. I am importing both the Fifa 09 and Pro Evo 09 EU versions simply because they come out earlier and the boxart is much much better, especially for Fifa09.both on PS3.

bomboclaat_gamer3674d ago

no pro evo games were ever region free. ill have to see that to believe it

JohnR3675d ago

it'll be very interesting to see who comes out on top this year between fifa and pes.

cahill3675d ago

it is the biggest brand in europe after Gran Turismo

JohnR3675d ago

what makes you say that?

Baka-akaB3675d ago (Edited 3675d ago )

Well the fact that is simply is ....
Even the 08 edition with its numerous flaws , remained the go to reference for hardcore football fans .

Cheeky Gamer3675d ago

I know gameplay is more important than licenses, but it always seems like Konami takes one step forward and two steps back when it comes to licenses. Sure they have Zenit, Liverpool and United in, but they've also lost most of the Spanish teams to FIFA.

JohnR is right - it's going to be an interesting contest this year between FIFA and PES. It's too close to call at the moment, which is why I hope the PES demo comes sooner rather than later.

Baka-akaB3675d ago

each person will make up his mind , but my opinion after trying a bit both , is that as usual fifa is pretty , shiny , got everything you need on the licensing side and options ... however the core gameplay remains quite inferior to PES , with yet again another outdated looking game .

okcomputer3675d ago

I agree, this is pretty terrible news for pes. While they were always lacking in the epl license department, the last couple games have at least had all the full kits from the spanish, dutch, italian and french leagues. Now it looks like only a handful of teams will be featured from the spanish and italian clubs.

After playing the fifa demo though, I'll be picking up pes again regardless. I just hope they fix the miserable online experience from pes 08. As for fifa, from the demo the new version actually plays worse than last year's, but it still looks great and has every license you could want. Its a shame a game has yet to exist that looks as good as fifa and plays as good as pes.

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