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Summary
PES 2010 focuses on enhancing the excitement of matches between players, making for a truly challenging experience that will constantly test the player. Intuitive zonal defending will cover spaces and players need to look constantly for new ways to attack. PES 2010 focuses on being a real football simulation, as it requires both strategic play and quick reactions, as in real life. In addition to key out-field elements, goalkeepers are more versatile and with abilities matching those of modern shot-stoppers. The games referees have also been reworked, with smarter AI elements allowing them to make more balanced calls during matches.

PES 2010 has undergone a major visual revamp, with its celebrated player likenesses and animations now even closer to those of real-life players including live player expressions to be depicted with an improved lighting system which differentiates between various conditions! Stadium detail is also massively improved, with the grass and other in-stadium elements finely depicted.

Animations now dovetail into each other seamlessly, with dribbling and shots on goals worked into dribbling animations. More individual skills are also on show, including new flicks and tricks that have a definite showing on the way a game flows. Several elements have been completely reworked, with the dribbling, turning and kicking animations greatly enhanced, while there is a noticeable change in pace when a player passes a ball from a standing position than from within a run.

Crowd reactions to the on-field action are now more varied, with all new chants and cheers. The subtle difference between Home and Away matches will be reproduced, and the crowd will react spontaneously to specific situations in a game, showing their disdain or pleasure as fouls are committed and goals scored. Likewise, the commentary has been altered to offer a fresher, more concise overview of the game.

Master League has been thoroughly renewed with the enhancement of managerial aspects, which enables users to enjoy managing a team for a longer career lifespan. Seen by many as a key contributor to the series success, the Master League elements in PES 2010 have been bolstered by far-ranging and vital new additions, dedicated to enriching the mode. Further details will be announced shortly.

The Tokyo team has worked to improve the AI of the game, with Teamvision 2.0 implemented. Midfielders and defenders now work together to cover open space and close down attacks, meaning that cover can be provided for lower-ranked defenders. This also has the additional effect of removing soft goals, thus returning PES 2010 to its simulation roots. In terms of attacking, players can also now move several players once, sending them into different areas, opening up more goal-scoring possibilities than ever before. As such, PES 2010 necessitates a new level of control from the player. Strategic thinking is as important as quick passing, but the new system greatly opens the way the player oversees control of the team. In free kick scenarios, for instance, players can now instigate the runs of the players awaiting the ball in the penalty area.

In previous PES games, the team formation has determined the movements of the players. PES 2010 introduces a new system wherein the individual attacking and defending nature of the players is integral to the way they play. Each player enjoys unique AI tied into their best abilities, and is reflected in the actions of their team mates i.e. if a player who is known to be a good crosser of the ball is in possession, more players will flood the penalty area to receive it. Similarly, if a player is known to be good with close control, defenders will work to cover their stronger side, while lone strikers will be automatically supported by midfielders on receipt of the ball.

A new power gauge system allows users to balance their strategy in a quick, but wide-ranging way before a match. Every element pass frequency, movement, the line of defence, width of play, or the position of the front line can be altered to match those of a favoured club: Juventus Turin are a dangerous side on the counter-attack, for instance, while FC Barcelona use width in their attack. These formulations can be altered at any point, too, with Home and Away matches forcing different circumstances on the user, as does the rigours of a Master League season.

A new dedicated section of the Tokyo team is committed to improving the online side of PES 2010. More downloadable content is also planned. Konami has supported PES 2009 with the release of new licensed teams, transfer updates, etc, and this support will grow for PES 2010. Team and content updates are planned throughout the games lifespan. These will make the game even more bespoke to the players match day needs.

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#1
thegroutch
£17.73 when I checked


When I purchased my copy it said only 4 left order soon and it was 16.99!
Now it does not say that but it has gone upto 17.33
C'mon still not a bad price!:thumbsup:
#2
just pick one up £15 at my local sainsbury`s hampton middlesex plenty left
#3
vietcong75
just pick one up £15 at my local sainsbury`s hampton middlesex plenty left


I rang up hayes and they said that it was £40 but had previously been £25 about 2 weeks ago!:?
I know it is £15 online but you have to pay £3.95 delivery!
#4
great price, crap game, wish fifa10 was this price. heat added though, good spot
#5
Good Deal but FIFA 10 is much better.

Online be a pro where you can build up your player and have your own face in the game!
#6
zimpaz
Good Deal but FIFA 10 is much better.

Online be a pro where you can build up your player and have your own face in the game!


Wow, do you know what people look for in a football game!
#7
vietcong75
just pick one up £15 at my local sainsbury`s hampton middlesex plenty left


SABI75
I rang up hayes and they said that it was £40 but had previously been £25 about 2 weeks ago!:?
I know it is £15 online but you have to pay £3.95 delivery!


Nottingham had them for £15 yesterday
#8
voted hot, just for the fact people are mentioning fifa again.
#9
Brilliant game. Takes time and patience, because it'a simulation of real football as opposed to doing pointless kicks-ups and stepovers.

If you don't like it, you probably don't like football that much.
#10
Been a Pro Evo fan for years and this is an abomination. Losing ground to Fifa and EA massively. Fifa 10 kicks its ****!
#11
pablotatt;7959306
Brilliant game. Takes time and patience, because it'a simulation of real football as opposed to doing pointless kicks-ups and stepovers.

If you don't like it, you probably don't like football that much.

I hate it and I've been a season ticket holder for 21 years at a well known PL club.:x
#12
great game..takes getting used to as all pro evos do..but well worth the effort...and yes ive taken the time to play fifa(full version-not the demo) and it just didnt do it for me.
#13
581d
voted hot, just for the fact people are mentioning fifa again.


voted cold just to neutralise your vote which has poor justification.
#14
Bynar010
Wow, do you know what people look for in a football game!


lol, i mostly care about the gameplay and visuals being good, funny how some people look to have their photo in the game.
#15
zimpaz
Good Deal but FIFA 10 is much better.

Online be a pro where you can build up your player and have your own face in the game!


Oh dear.
Yes Fifa(spits) more than makes up for realistic control and skills accrued from practise with its simplistic gameplay and WOW you can put a dodgy picture of yourself on the screen....who needs gameplay....
#16
shaneomac
great game..takes getting used to as all pro evos do..but well worth the effort...and yes ive taken the time to play fifa(full version-not the demo) and it just didnt do it for me.


Same here. I'm too set in my ways to switch over to FIFA. I would say that to new console owners who have played neither then follow the reviews, which say Fifa is the better of the two. But for those that have been playing Konami since ISS on the SNES, then stick with Pro. It hasn't evolved much (since around 2006) but still worth playing. It replicates the highs and lows that Fifa just can't do. Last minutes winners feel so sweet on Pro, Fifa on the other hand sticks to a very methodical mechanic which may be more realistic but doesn't make for an intense game.

Plus Pro has an edit mode, something FIFA refuses to add. Seems to a bit of a case of pot calling kettle when FIFA fans bash PES for having "fake names". PES can be patched easily and you can edit stats to adequately reflect players (such as making Fletcher's defensive stats better than the measly 76 he is given). Whereas on FIFA you are pretty much stuck with what they give you, so Berbatov can actually take past defenders (and they call it a realistic football sim, pah!)
#17
Game is superb, got it when it was on offer at Sainsburys.

Head over to PesGamer, and look for Daymos, make it look and sound shinier than Fifa, and play like a proper game, not 15 - 0 on world class at half time lol

Sport Daymos a couple of quid through Paypal and keep his work alive!!!
#18
Wolf;7960259
Oh dear.
Yes Fifa(spits) more than makes up for realistic control and skills accrued from practise with its simplistic gameplay and WOW you can put a dodgy picture of yourself on the screen....who needs gameplay....

ive played both, you obviously havent played fifa much...simplistic gameplay.....no, pro evo is the game that is simplistic...hideous gameplay
#19
dodoegg1;7960312
Same here. I'm too set in my ways to switch over to FIFA. I would say that to new console owners who have played neither then follow the reviews, which say Fifa is the better of the two. But for those that have been playing Konami since ISS on the SNES, then stick with Pro. It hasn't evolved much (since around 2006) but still worth playing. It replicates the highs and lows that Fifa just can't do. Last minutes winners feel so sweet on Pro, Fifa on the other hand sticks to a very methodical mechanic which may be more realistic but doesn't make for an intense game.

Plus Pro has an edit mode, something FIFA refuses to add. Seems to a bit of a case of pot calling kettle when FIFA fans bash PES for having "fake names". PES can be patched easily and you can edit stats to adequately reflect players (such as making Fletcher's defensive stats better than the measly 76 he is given). Whereas on FIFA you are pretty much stuck with what they give you, so Berbatov can actually take past defenders (and they call it a realistic football sim, pah!)


eh you need to play fifa more....fifa09 is great online bar cheats, fifa10 is good...pro evo is terrible.....played many of games online where ive scored 2 goals in the last minute to turn a defeat to a win...currently level 21 on fifa09, just in top 10000
was a pro evo fan since the iss days (iss was excellent)
played fifa since fifa06 (naff)
but fifa has ruled since fifa08 when they slowed it down!! best version is fifa09 and is brilliant online bar cheats
amazes me how many people dont realise that fifa09 online cheating is rife
- invisible players
- plays with subbed players - eg one player had millwall with kaka, eto, lampard, etc
- ref passing/tackling
- controlling your ai players (usually their friend who is playing - trust me this is NOT made up!!)
- altering your custom settings, so that if you say set aggression to 100%, all your other stats revert to say 0% when you save (nb. i know a legit and laughably simple way to negate this cheat - its quite funny if the cheating **** is on a microphone and you can hear their unexpected mutterings that the cheat isnt working - i beat the last idiot who used this cheat 14-0, then gave him some abuse and banned him)

- etc

anyone who thinks pro evo is better is insane (it was better in old versions but not know no way, having said that fifa10 is worse than fifa09 imo and alot of experienced players agree)
#20
paid £14.99 a few weeks ago - wish I hadn`t bothered ! PES has lost ground to Fifa over the past few years Fifa is much more realistic in every way - I think the PES series has run its course time to call it a day !
#21
I don't think PES 2010 is that bad. The ball does tend to ping about a fair bit though. The worst aspect is online it is a nightmare. Everyone chooses bloody Barca/Madrid all the time. Sick of playing against people who just give the ball to Messi/Ronaldo and run about with it cos they're so bloody good on it :x

Still think the deal is hot though
#22
dodoegg1
Same here. I'm too set in my ways to switch over to FIFA. I would say that to new console owners who have played neither then follow the reviews, which say Fifa is the better of the two. But for those that have been playing Konami since ISS on the SNES, then stick with Pro. It hasn't evolved much (since around 2006) but still worth playing. It replicates the highs and lows that Fifa just can't do. Last minutes winners feel so sweet on Pro, Fifa on the other hand sticks to a very methodical mechanic which may be more realistic but doesn't make for an intense game.

Plus Pro has an edit mode, something FIFA refuses to add. Seems to a bit of a case of pot calling kettle when FIFA fans bash PES for having "fake names". PES can be patched easily and you can edit stats to adequately reflect players (such as making Fletcher's defensive stats better than the measly 76 he is given). Whereas on FIFA you are pretty much stuck with what they give you, so Berbatov can actually take past defenders (and they call it a realistic football sim, pah!)


why does fifa need an editing mode?? what are you gonna rename?? who kit are you gonna change??
banned#23
ancav111
why does fifa need an editing mode?? what are you gonna rename?? who kit are you gonna change??


He probably means to do transfers etc or edit national teams.

To add to the debate. This is the first year since ISS on the N64 that I have opted for Fifa, many reasons...

Pro evo has always had great gameplay but the wholegame needs a revamp. The menus are a disgrace to the english lanuage and the game modes are shockingly bad in comparison to Fifa. My main reason for moving to Fifa though was the better online play. Pro evo online is SHOCKING! If they sorted out some big issues then I'd happily go back just for the gameplay alone!
#24
ancav111
why does fifa need an editing mode?? what are you gonna rename?? who kit are you gonna change??


For the reasons I mentioned in the post you quoted. EA know how to make a football game, but they do not know how to make a player play like his real life counterpart. An edit mode would allow you to change the stats of players to reflect real life. Berbatov is massively over rated on that game. EA seem to uphold a sticker book rule. Whoever's face is on the most lunchboxes they will make good. I like how PES looks beyond the marketed players and makes the likes of Hamsik, Buonanotte, Giovinco etc look and play the same as they do in real life. Fifa seems to employ a more ignorant policy where if your not a household name then you are an average player with a generic stock face.
#25
Good deal but lame game
#26
Best thing about Fifa is the arena. Wow :roll:

God damn PES haters hijacking a thread, go and moan about the PS3 now , or the Wii lol :p
#27
fps_d0minat0r
voted cold just to neutralise your vote which has poor justification.


But did I vote hot ? :whistling:
#28
These are £15 in Sainsburys. I work there and we keep getting price changes for them in our entertainment packs but it still scans at £15 on the system.
#29
581d
But did I vote hot ? :whistling:


But did i vote cold ? :whistling:
#30
royals
ive played both, you obviously havent played fifa much...simplistic gameplay.....no, pro evo is the game that is simplistic...hideous gameplay


Fifia is like Cheryl Cole-Tweedy. Looks the part but just can't perform where it matters.
#31
fps_d0minat0r
But did i vote cold ? :whistling:


:-D

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