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Pro Evo 2011 News Post


Check out the early Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 hands-on previews from the following sites:

CVG

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"The power gauge - which previously only really came into play when shooting - is applied to pretty much everything and demands attention. Passing in particular feels much more analogue; if you're playing a game of quick short passes you can still just tap A, and the ball will flit from player to player as long as you have the general direction right. Hit the ball any further than a couple of feet, however, and you get the feeling it really could settle on any one of the many inches of turf between you and your selected team-mate.

You'll find yourself hitting passes just too short, too long or slightly off course while you get a feel of the game. It's doesn't always mean you'll lose possession - but it does mean you'll constantly find yourself having to work harder to rectify mistakes."

PESGaming

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"So this included trying to take on teams with Messi and see if he could waltz through the whole team and score. But this proved harder that we thought. Basically, if I was to ask you how you would stop Messi from wreaking devastation and havoc on your team, you would have to say that as in real life, the way to do this is to close down his space. And that is the case in the game. With the game’s physicality being a core element to dribbling and taking on players, I found that closing Messi down with a second defender, and applying pressure on him worked quite often. It’s fair to say that if you give a player space, or let them create space, then they can punish you for it. They won’t always create a scoring chance, or actually score, but the threat of creating space remains – much like the real game."

WENB

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"PES2011 is indeed very much “Engineered for Freedom” and it is the new passing system that is the core of this philosophy. From the very first kick you notice it, yet getting used to it might take a little longer from user to user as I witnessed in my playtest. Konami have somehow managed to retain each players individuality in the passing game without sacrificing a genuine sense that it is only the users imagination, accuracy and nerve that is the only obstacle to playing the football you want to play. Of course, certain teams/individuals are simply better equipped than others to play a quick, one touch passing game."

IGN

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" It's a trait that feeds into how the game plays as well, with moves and runs coming across as particularly rigid, a feeling that even extends even to the ball physics as it often mysteriously latches itself onto attacking players.

But, but, but... A handful of games in and Pro Evolution Soccer begins to work some familiar magic, its improvements on the pitch all proving worthwhile. The manual passing that was pushed to the fore in early demonstrations is now unleashed by holding down the left trigger, and the resulting plays can be freeform and – when they're pulled off successfully – utterly satisfying."

Many thanks to ty5oke for all the links.

Game: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011Reader Score: 7.5/10 - Vote Now
Platform: PS3 / Xbox 360Votes for game: 6 - View All
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Member Comments
# 1 misterbroom12 @ 08/04/10 10:53 AM
Sounds like PES and FIFA both went the same route in making sure passing up the field wasn't just simply tapping the pass button and aiming upfield.
 
# 2 ty5oke @ 08/04/10 10:57 AM
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Originally Posted by DiPIE
wow 20111. there already working on that?
Those at Konami wanted to stay ahead of the curve this time.
 
# 3 rckabillyRaider @ 08/05/10 12:07 AM
the thing that will kinda suck is that, if I'm correct, even though they have the official Copa Libertadores license the invited Mexican clubs will not be included. That's a shame considering that Chivas (Guadalajara) is now in the final of that tournament in real life!
 
# 4 jvalverde88 @ 08/05/10 04:05 PM
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Originally Posted by rckabillyRaider
the thing that will kinda suck is that, if I'm correct, even though they have the official Copa Libertadores license the invited Mexican clubs will not be included. That's a shame considering that Chivas (Guadalajara) is now in the final of that tournament in real life!
I'm pretty sure the logos for Tecos, Monterrey and San Luis are in one of the Copa Libertadores videos. I've also heard that pretty much all of the teams in the Copa Libertadores will be in the game including the Mexican teams. We should know all of the licences for PES 2011 by the end of August.
 
# 5 rckabillyRaider @ 08/05/10 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by jvalverde88
I'm pretty sure the logos for Tecos, Monterrey and San Luis are in one of the Copa Libertadores videos. I've also heard that pretty much all of the teams in the Copa Libertadores will be in the game including the Mexican teams. We should know all of the licences for PES 2011 by the end of August.
would be great. Not really a huge deal though thanks to option files.
 
# 6 ty5oke @ 08/05/10 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by WENB
40 teams ALL LICENSED Chivas De Guadalajara
Monarcas Morelia
Monterrey
Club San Luis
Estudiantes Tecos
C.A. Banfield
C.A. Colon
Estudiantes De La Plata
C.A. Lanus
Newell’s Old Boys
Velez Sarsfield
C. Blooming
Bolivar
Real Potosi
S.C. Corinthians
Cruzeiro
Flamengo C.R.
Internacional
Sao Paulo F.C.
Universidad Catolica
Universidad De Chile
Colo-Colo
Once Caldas
Althletico Junior
Independiente Medellin
Deportivo Cuenca
C.S. Emelec
Deportivo Quito
Cerro Porteno
Club Libertad
Nacional
Alianza Lima
Juan Aurich
Universitario
Club National
C.A. Cerro
Racing Montevideo
Caracas F.C.
Deportivo Italia
Deportivo Tachira

Source:WENB
 
# 7 rckabillyRaider @ 08/05/10 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by ty5oke
Source:WENB
nice! thanks
 
# 8 ty5oke @ 08/05/10 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by rckabillyRaider
nice! thanks
You're welcome.
 
# 9 Ermolli @ 08/05/10 10:20 PM
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Originally Posted by ty5oke
Source:WENB
Club National? WTF. Please Konami respect one of the historic South American teams, Club Nacional de Football, not National. Three times Copa Libertadores and Intercontinental champions. Where can I tell them to correct that if it's wrong in the game?
 
# 10 ty5oke @ 08/07/10 02:08 PM
WENB dribbling and Defending in PES 2011

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In my 100+ hours of playing the game, the first 5 hours was the most brutal. The learning curve of playing PES 2011 is a steep one, and something that will require great patience. Playing this years game the same as PES 2010, or any before it, will result in complete failure, as PES 2011 is on a different planet.
 
# 11 aloncho11 @ 08/13/10 12:34 AM
Nice to read all of those reviews. Looking forward to the game
 

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