Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 A Radical Rethink of Soccer
Konami, within the Pro Evolution Soccer series, has a video game of association football by the name of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 has been released for Wii, Windows, PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable, as well as PlayStation 2, and the Xbox 360Konami, within the Pro Evolution Soccer series, has a video game of association football by the name of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008. Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 has been released for Wii, Windows, PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable, as well as PlayStation 2, and the Xbox 360. There is a demo of the PS3 version available for convenient downloading right from within the PlayStation Store; there has been a demo for the Xbox 360 that has been released within the Xbox Live Marketplace and a demo for the PC that has also been released.
The Wii version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008, which was named in Japan as the Winning Eleven Play Maker 2008 radically, differs from all of the other different versions. However, the basic game play is mainly focused mainly on pointing the remote for the Wii exactly right at the screen and then directing all of the players by actually dragging them using the cursor on the screen, and passing can be completed by simply pointing right to the desired player or space and then pressing the button. In turn, this allows the player to experience a game approach that is more tactical, because there is just about total freedom in moving every player that you would like anywhere on the screen, and a lot more maneuvers and tactics which can be used more within the attacking game than it has ever been before.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 omits Champions Road Master League, which allows the player tour through a whole slew of completely different leagues that are located around Europe, and during the time that the game is on, it is nearly impossible to get the players that come from all of the defeated teams. It also features a mode online in which Konami refers to as the absolute best experience, when Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 is compared to all of the other versions...
The Nintendo?s Wii version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 generally received a lot more positive reviews in comparison to all of the other versions. Some of the new features that are included in PES 2008 are listed as follows:
1) Teamvision, which is an Al System that is new proprietary adaptive.
2) Improved graphics like shirt creasing and facial animation.
3) Twenty Four Stadiums for the PlayStation 2 version.
4) Thirty Stadiums for the Nintendo Wii version.
5) Increased Techniques dribble on the ball.
6) Shirt and Diving pulling available on next-generation only.
7) New set pieces systems which allow the gamer to make all of the taller players so that they are able to come up for the free kicks and corners as well as total control of the wall.
8) The database for the Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 will be accurate until August 31st, 2007.
9) The facial import like in Virtua Tennis 3 by using the USB webcam.
All-in-all, the Nintendo Wii?s version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 offers the exact same level of realism that has established the series like the definitive football title, however it has experienced a radical rethink in order to make the best of the control system that the Wii?s has, which is motion-sensitive. Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 for the Nintendo Wii has six different game modes, League and Cup elements, spanning match, Trade and Training section. The new version of Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 also features what is known as an exclusive competition on Champions Road, in which, the players are able to take the team that they have chosen to compete within the league competitions that take place all over the world.
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