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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 - Nintendo Wii
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- Introducing Transcendent Visuals: PES will offer drastic improvements in license content, stadium atmospheres, player likenesses all the way down to the specific moves of the real life players. When you play as Messi, it will be like Messi is playing.
- Evolution of Intelligence: PES will draw upon the real life excitement of soccer which relies heavily on intelligent defenses and offensive schemes. The AI is redone and will feature Teamvision 2.0 for a more formidable opponent.
- The Power of Choice: In addition to the UEFA Champions League mode, players will have more choices than ever.
- Online Reinvented: A new dedicated section of the PES production team is committed to improving the online side of PES 2010. Team and content updates are planned throughout the game's lifespan.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
Can't decide whether to buy Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 or Fifa 2010 on Wii? Comparing the 2010 PES and Fifa versions for Wii leaves little to argument: if you're looking for an authentic soccer experience, PES is far superior.
Read other Amazon reviews and you readily discern that Fifa has tried something new by opting for a kiddy, arcade feel. It's as if an ignoramus in Nintendo's or EA Sports' boardroom ordered the programmers to alter a tried and true formula. The result? Like altering a long-standing Thanksgiving tradition, EA has, by analogy, brought a tofu "turkey" to dinner, and long time Fifa fans will be drastically disappointed with EA's miserable product (though young gamers may like the simple play).
Aiming to please the casual Wii sports fan, EA revamped Fifa graphics, options, and gameplay--but all for the worse. Some may think the graphics an improvement as character faces are more life-like than ever, but objectively the players look much like an out of proportioned Quasimodo. As regarding the game's options, Fifa fans will be irate that, when playing a season, there is no option to change from 2 minutes halves. Fifa's game play also suffers from such unbearable new "features" as the shooting slow-mo (The game goes into slow-mo nearly every time a shot is made.) and the corner/free-kick green ball. (You might be letting in 3 free kicks per game on the higher levels.). Fifa did significantly correct one astonishing oversight from Fifa 2009: they assigned different buttons for ground and air passes, whereas last year's version only had one button for both passes, leaving the 2009 game unplayable except with the Gamecube controller.Read more ›
Still trying to figure out if there's anyway to play 2 player co-op mode, but even if there isn't, it doesn't change my rating.
Great game :)
Gameplay is simply superb, Fifa is light years behind in this category, and it has for years, Since Winning Eleven Konami has always been better in gameplay.
Fifa has more licensed teams and leagues, but PES 2010 makes up for it with the UEFA Champions League Tournamente, official teams and stadiums. Unlike Fifa you don't have to wait for the world cup game to come out to win it all, with your home team. Continental and International cups are available. another GREAT asset for PES.
For spanish listeners is very simple, especially for our mexican friends. Fifa is Televisa and PES TV Azteca. Audio is good not great, but Fifa's is worse.
Graphics are good, but Fifa wins this one.
Controls, if you can play it with the classic controller, it's easier.
Overall I believe its the best soccer game in the market. Viva Honduras.
This game has A LOT of new national teams.
Asia: Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, North Korea, Oman, Qatar, Syria, Uzbekistan
Africa: Angola, Morocco, Togo
Americas: Bolivia, Honduras, Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela
There are also 18 "extra" fake teams that you can edit to create other teams that aren't already in the game. Not sure why only 18, I would have liked to have more, but it's better than nothing.
It's also really fun to play!
This game is not much different than PES 2009 was, except they obviously have updated the rosters of all the teams (and have swapped a few club teams out from leagues they were relegated in, replacing them with the newly promoted teams). For the actual game modes, I haven't noticed anything different from PES09. Champions Road is the same. Master League is the same. Champions League is the same. Tournaments/Leagues are the same.
Also, while the wii remote is fun to use, it makes the game way too easy. Even on the highest difficulty I can generally use any team to destroy any other team (even say, Kuwait to beat Brazil) by ridiculous scores like 7-2 or so. This is because you have so much control over your team that you can just completely "out coach" the computer and easily slice through their defense with pin point passing, having your players make runs exactly where you want them to and passing the ball exactly where you want, etc. The CPU just cannot defend this and, once you get the hang of the controls, you become pretty much unstoppable.
However, if you play with the classic remote, the game is much more balanced and much harder, which is more enjoyable IMO.
Overall this is a fun game, probably the best soccer game on the Wii.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a new player in this type of game. I am not really used to the game controls for soccer games (I am more of a racing car games). Read morePublished on August 30, 2013 by Stararisto
grandson has been enjoying this game for a year now and he likes it a lot. he plays many of the sports games and this is one of his favorites. he is 10.Published on March 30, 2013 by aud
i love this soccer game. I am still getting used to some of the controls and still kick the ball out of bounds when I thought I had going to a player, but overall a great game.Published on July 15, 2011 by Linda s.
Very fun game for Wii, I have played it on PS2 and enjoy it more on Wii. Good graphics and game play with (Super nintendo like)controller is fun and easy.Published on November 16, 2010 by Juan Chavez
PES is an awesome soccer game for the Wii. Just two days ago I played the Europe Championship final against Classic Italy. Read morePublished on July 24, 2010
I just got this game today and so far it is really fun. I appreciated the training/tutorial at the beginning beacause it made it easier to learn the controls and practice them... Read morePublished on July 22, 2010 by L. Williams
I had heard some really good comments about this game on the ps3. However on the Wii this game is ridiculously horrible to play without a classic controller. Read morePublished on July 16, 2010 by LQ
Well, after beating up a lot of matches and goals on FIFA10 I finally get PES2010 for Wii. I was surprised when I saw the price because it has a discount, I guess because World Cup... Read morePublished on July 16, 2010 by Deftoneg