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Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 - Xbox 360

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
55 customer reviews
Metascore: 78 / 100
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  • Attacking play is improved - Take control of an additional teammate to boost the potency of your attack
  • Teammate AI has become more true to life on defense and offense - Your team plays more cohesively
  • New Off-the-ball-controls - Take even more control in dead-ball situations to manage your team strategy
  • Zonal marking and positional defending are massively enhanced - Players are forced to work harder to split defenders
  • Collision detection is overhauled - The physicality of top-level soccer is captured
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Pro Evolution Soccer makes its return this fall, Pro Evolution Soccer 2012! This year, Konami is determined to give global football fans a truly realistic, immersive and a delightfully playable take on the beautiful game. Creative Producer Shingo "Seabass" Takatsuka has been sourcing the desires of fans across the globe and working non-stop on marrying the digital game to the real life game so fans can get as close to the real thing. All elements have been examined - defense, offense, AI, penalties, officiating and of course, graphics! The result is a game truly represents the key attributes of the game and it's players. Pro Evolution Soccer "Can you play?"

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 is the 2011-2012 version of Konami's popular, video game soccer franchise. The eleventh release in the series overall, Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 takes digital soccer to the next level by providing a wide range of game improvements over earlier game editions to create the best and most realistic soccer game available to date. Features include: improved teammate AI that shows itself both on offense and defense, new off-the-ball controls, challenging defensive assignments, a collision detection overhaul and improved graphics.

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Leaping for a ball in front of the goal in Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
The world's game comes to life more realistically than ever before.
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Bring the World's Game to Life

Pro Evolution Soccer makes its return in fall 2011 with Pro Evolution Soccer 2012. In this edition, Konami is determined to give global football fans a truly realistic, immersive and a delightfully playable take on the beautiful game. Creative Producer Shingo "Seabass" Takatsuka has been sourcing the desires of fans across the globe and working nonstop on marrying the digital game to the real life game so fans can get as close to the real thing. All elements have been examined - defense, offense, AI, penalties, officiating and of course, graphics. The result is a game that truly represents the key attributes of the game and it's players. Pro Evolution Soccer… "Can you play?"

Key Game Features

  • Improved Teammate AI - Teammate AI has become more true to life on defense and offense helping your team plays more cohesively
  • New Off-the-ball-controls - Take even more control in dead-ball situations to manage your team strategy
  • Challenging Defensive Assignments - Zonal marking and positional defending are massively enhanced forcing players to work harder to split defenders
  • Collision Detection is Overhauled - The physicality of top-level soccer is captured
  • Updated Graphics - Movements, facial representations and pitches have built upon last year's massive improvements

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Fighting for the ball in the open in Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
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An explanation of strategic two-way passing from Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
Strategic passing.
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An example of improved AI from Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
Improved teammate AI.
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Working the ball against a defender in Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0050SYCJM
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 27, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,838 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Dredded Deuce on September 28, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Initially, I didn't plan on getting PES 2012 but after playing around with FIFA 12 and noting the upgrade from last year to this year and also wanting to find out why there are so many mixed feelings on the two, I broke down and bought PES anyway.

I will preface by saying that I have not gotten a chance to completely go through both games to see all of the differences. While I did play FIFA 11 if did not play PES 2011 so I have no way to compare last year's game to this one at this time. I have not finished a season nor have I really had a chance to play online and quite frankly I am not an online player, now if I can get more of my friends into these games I would play online more (HINT!). I did however play mostly with the modes and options that mattered to me and for anyone else; so I will say that your miles may vary with your own personal experience. However after playing through both games, I felt that I could give you as a reader a glimpse of what you may or may not like about both.

For starters, let's just come out and talk about licensing, since that is what matters to some. FIFA has ALL of it. PES doesn't, but it does have some. However, one thing I DO like about PES (let me add that I am playing both on the 360)is that as long as your team is not licensed, if you have that kind of time on your hands, you can go in and tinker all you want until you have your team even the logos (someone hurry up with that patch!). For example, only Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs are licensed in the English League therefore you can't edit the unis for them. Any other team in there you can go to town, especially if there are some kits that you think are just hideous, you can make to your liking and that's something I may do if time is available.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Roberto Benejam on November 29, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
I'm a long time fan of PES, I've played every year's game... I played last year's a lot! I usually play "Become a Legend", "Master League" and play with my friends. So my review will be basically focused on them...

Just to start, the game is really good! They made an effort trying to make it a little bit more "arcade" (FIFA style), but training (in start menu) got better and they redesign the penalty kicks (which were AWFUL last year).

Become a Legend and Master League are good, the story gets more real with presentations, talking with the trainer and managers and many options to choose or change every week. In ML is pretty much like last year, but I enjoyed BAL last year, my only complain is that last year's game I could use the training for special abilities (like great players have) or learn a new position on the field, and that's something that is missing in this game!

The thing I said about the game being more arcade FIFA-style, was because with some players (like: Messi, C.Ronaldo, Ibrahimovic & Pato) is almost impossible to take them down, or even to take the ball off. They can even make non-real goals like 30-40 meters with the defense bothering them... It's annoying! That's something I didn't like in FIFA and now it's in PES, too! =/

Also, they should've made a playlist (music) with more songs. It only have like 10 songs and it gets boring really fast!

Other than that, the game is more difficult, is harder to make precise passes, but that's part of the fun, right? REALISM!

Well, I hope it helps... Ask me if you have any other questions about it! :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T 1H1 E O N E on December 27, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
All those who are used to be PES fans might see this game to be wearied at the beginning. The game playing is totally different than the old school PES game but, in my opinion, in a better way. I agree that it might have become more difficult to play, but this, i believe, increases the challenge the game provides.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ian on January 13, 2012
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
I've been a long time player of PES; my first edition was PES 3 on the Xbox. Since my first game, PES has been the footy game for me. At its best, it's a great simulation, especially wrt the individuality of players. Skilled players can be distinguished by being able to make skilled plays. A highly technical dribbler will be able to move and beat opponents in ways lesser players can't. While this seems obvious, it's not been true for most series.

This year, after several disastrous years since the launch of the New Gen systems, PES was in a make or break year. While I'd love to give it 5 stars for all of the enjoyment over the years, this year's game comes so close to perfection, but fails in the end. Now, ok, PES doesn't reach 5 stars, but surely it must be at least 4 stars, right? Well, that's the rub.

The game falls short in two major ways, doing so in such a manner that it's hard not to describe the game as fundamentally broken.

PES 11 was terrible. Go on the boards, read the reviews. It hadn't moved to take advantage of the Next Gen platforms. However, the passing system was actually pretty good. For some reason, this year the franchise has moved away from this and now has a system that is so Byzantine that even expert players can't quite figure out how to use. The assisted passing makes boneheaded mistakes. Manual passing is flawed. Simply put, a footy game without passing really doesn't have a reason to exist.

The bigger issue, whether due to limitations of the engine or poor AI, is scripting. The CPU decides something is going to happen and all the manual input can't change things. Think of the Terminator series when SkyNet goes online. Match going well? Closing up shop? Just wait, if the CPU decides to score against you, it will.
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