VGG: Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 Review

On the Nintendo Wii, it may lack the power (and a mode or two) of the other systems, but it more than makes up for such shortcomings thanks to some truly fantastic controls. Mind you, there are other problems that simply can't be excused, namely the complete mess that makes up the offline multiplayer or the truly flabbergasting appearance of the stadium crowds, but if you can look past that there really is a quality product here.

Outside of the controls, this game has a ton of replay value - thanks to a number of offline modes and an online multiplayer component that is relatively hassle free (even if it is still lacking in a few respects) – and is sure to tide over fans of the series until the next installment.

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