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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 - Playstation 3

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4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews) 77 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • The new level of control means that PES 2011 enjoys a more varied pace of play, which depends on the situation at hand
  • PES Productions has enhanced the 360-degree passing ratio, offering unprecedented levels of control over every pass, shot, throw-in, through ball and lofted through balls
  • In addition to the generic power gauge, the Shot & Stamina meter details the player's exact level of fitness, making moderation to energy use important
  • Defenders now hold their positions naturally, instead of chasing balls that enter their area and work to close down the attacker to force mistakes
  • PES Productions has totally reworked every element of in-game animation, adding literally 1,000+ new motions
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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002I0J69G
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,770 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2011 is here and will bring digital soccer to the next level. Central to the heart and soul of PES 2011 is the idea of freedom of play. This freedom invigorates the series with the most advanced set of gamplay improvements ever attempted by the Winning Eleven Production team, coupled with the greatest stride in new content. The result will be a game that allows total control over every element of play – even online – to give the most lifelike soccer experience next to actually putting on a uniform and taking the field.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 is the 2010-2011 version of Konami's long-running, video game soccer franchise. The tenth release in the series overall, Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 refreshes the popular series by merging the best features that earlier iterations have presented to video game footballers worldwide over the years, along with new features that will carry the franchise into the future. Combined features include: 1,000+ new motions available in-game; unprecedented control over every pass, shot, throw-in; drag-and-drop functionality for team management; the ability to map favorite moves to the analog stick; an online Master League and much, much more.

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Freedom of Play Lifts the Game to New Levels

Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 is here and brings digital soccer to the next level. Central to the heart and soul of PES 2011 is the idea of freedom of play. This freedom invigorates the series with the most advanced set of gameplay improvements ever attempted by the Winning Eleven Production game development team, coupled with the greatest stride in new content. The result is a game that allows total control over every element of play – even online – to give the most lifelike soccer experience next to actually putting on a uniform and taking the field.

Key Game Features

Lionel Messi in the Argentine national uniform splitting an opposing defense in Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
Take total control on the pitch on offense, defense, online or offline.
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  • Total Control - PES Productions has enhanced the 360-degree passing ratio, offering unprecedented levels of control over every pass, shot, throw-in, through ball and lofted through balls. Users can pass the ball into space, and move their play with total freedom. Players must precisely weight their passes and second-guess the runs of their teammates and exploit their movement. Players even can apply pressure on opponents to force them off the ball.
  • Shot and Stamina Gauge - In addition to the generic power gauge, the Shot and Stamina meter details the player's exact level of fitness. Constantly sprinting will have an adverse affect on performance and statistics.
  • New Defender AI - Defenders now hold their positions naturally, instead of chasing balls that enter their area and work to close down the attacker to force mistakes.
  • Animation and Player Physics - PES Productions has totally reworked every element of in-game animation. These additions will become clear before even kickoff, with the players enjoying fluid, natural movements, with more realistic acceleration and inertia than ever before. The physicality between players is also improved, which was a priority requested in PES forums. Jostling and blocking now looks stunning, while there is a larger variety of convincing tackling styles. Ambient animation also adds immensely to the in-game atmosphere, as players behave realistically when off the ball, and walk and run with a variety of individual styles.
  • Speed of Play - The new level of control means that PES 2011 enjoys a more varied pace of play, which depends on the situation at hand. The game will burst into life as counterattacks come into play, but players can dictate the pace via slow build up or exploiting available space to surge forward. It is harder to make long runs from midfield, and successful play will depend on making quick passes to create space.
  • Aesthetics - PES 2010 showcased the best likeness' in a football game, and PES 2011 ups the ante further. Facial animation has been enhanced, but the key advances are over 1000 all-new animations which have been recreated from the ground up using over 100 hours of motion captured footage yielding more organic runs, turns, throw-ins, tackles, and interaction.
  • Tactical and Strategy - The PES Productions team has implemented an all new 'Drag and Drop' mechanism that can be used in every aspect of team management. These settings are also animated to promote better understanding of the plays that have been altered.
  • Feint settings - PES has always offered a wide range of subtle skills, feints and turns, but PES 2011 allows users to map their favorite move sequences to the right stick, making them more accessible than ever before.
  • Master League Online - PES 2011 marks the online debut for its much-loved Master League element, with players bidding against each other for the world's best players, and attempting to build a squad that can compete with the best against online peers all over the globe.

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Evasive dribbling in Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
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Graphic of the feints available in Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
1,000+ new motions.
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Defender going for the tackle in Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
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Managerial functionality screen from Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
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43 of 51 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A step in right direction - New kind of PES altogether October 22, 2010
By T. Kim
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First, let me start by providing my experiences with FIFA 2011. After reading rave reviews on FIFA 2011, I decided to give it a try after skipping FIFA 2010 (also had glaring reviews) and going with PES 2010. You can read my review on FIFA 2011, but bottom line is I ended up selling it mainly due to unrealistic and indistinguishable gameplay despite FIFA touting the "realistic" gameplay.

Unrealistic because you can never execute a deadly thru-pass with a top player with just one lowly defender who stood between you and the forwards running/waiting for that thru-pass. A defender would always intercept the pass unless you direct the pass to a completely open area which defeats the purpose. In real life, playmakers like Gerrard, Iniesta, Xavi, etc provide deadly thru-passes toward inside the box past 2-3 top defenders.

Indistinguishable because no matter which team you play or who you're controlling, they all have the same characteristics and speed. Messi or Ronaldo can't out run a lowly defender. The game was boring and tedious. I loved FIFA's clean presentation, soundtracks, editing capabilities, even down to customizing the chants, but it failed to deliver in gameplay and fun factor which is the core of any video games.

So I went back to PES series and my experiences have been mostly positive. PES 2011 have a much more streamlined and clean interface. You still don't have all the licenses or real stadiums but the game play is so much better and exciting compared to FIFA. First and foremost, you can forget about all your previous skills that you may have acquired from previous PES series. The new gameplay takes some getting used to, especially the new camera angle.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game, but still have some flaws October 22, 2010
By H. Wang
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I just got the game yesterday and only played one game under Professional difficulty with RM vs Milan. I won 4-2. I felt the control is much different from the previous versions, which need some time to get used to. The only complain that I have is the camera angle, which, sometimes, is hard to identify the right direction to pass and shoot, especially under the new passing system. Also, the strategy setting is a little to complicated to me. End of the day, we are just trying to play some soccer, not trying to play the Football Manager game. Other than that, the game looks great to me.

PS. I have been a PES and WE fan for over 10 years. No matter how good people say FIFA is, I aint to touch it. PES is for hardcore soccer fans.
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19 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An overall upgrade and progress October 20, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First off, never write or trust reviews based on demos. Demos are never true presentations of the final games, at least for both PES.

I started playing soccer games since Fifa95 and Winning Eleven 95. For me, the WE series has got it right in the first place. Folks at EA have never understood the real mechanics of the sport, and have never delivered the "right" game that you can only enjoy as a fan or a player. To me, FIFA has done better in recent years than PES by offering more features and more real-name teams and players. But its core fun factor has never progressed.

PES has been fun because of its overall feel: ball physics, movement, team support, strategy settings and pass/shot/cross realism. Every goal is different. Now every save, tackle and cross seems to be different . You have games that really reflect the differences between player stats. I started off in Master League with the PES lineup, and after losing 2 games, I felt convinced because you could feel the difference in every minute of the game between your Castolo and C Ronaldo.

And in this installment, Konami takes it seriously to add more features. There are more settings that you need to go through before playing a real game in ML or Become a Legend mode. And there are extra content that seems to be real fun. And the sound track seems to have a nice update too.

This is a real upgrade to the franchise for PS3, unlike the previous 2 installments. Maybe the first really worthy PES game to play on PS3.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars PES 2011 shows the new direction for soccer games November 7, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
We ask for a more realistic football simulation game. Without a doubt PES 2011 is the closest you are going to get to the real game. Fifa 11 tried but you can tell for those of us that has a better understanding of soccer that it is not quite there yet. I grew up as a kid playing and watching the game. Not reading and learning from a text book. The reality is that in the real game not all the passes are accurate. The game of soccer requires skills and team work to accomplish scoring goals and defending well to win a game. PES 2011 is more closer to emulating this reality of the beautiful game of soccer. Now playing PES 2011 forces me to think smarter and execute better playing strategies. Fifa 11 does not live up to that capability. The reviews from IGN and others should focus on how close each of these games emulates the real game. I agree that PES 2011 is going in the right direction in simulating the real game. Therefore for all those who want a better simulation of the real game then PES 2011 is for you. What you are experiencing playing PES 2011 is more of what it is like playing soccer on the field or watching it on TV. It is easy for us and the commentator to make critical comments on how a team is playing. But it is easier said than done when playing the game on the field. We have good defenders, midfielders, and forwards in the game of soccer and you do have to appreciate the talents of these players. Messi, Kaka, Ronaldo are good players. But look at how they struggle at times during the world cup. This is just to show you how competitive the game of soccer can be. Even the best is not guarantee to be successful all the time. This is what makes soccer such a wonderful game. Read more ›
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