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- Player AI has been massively upgraded, with players running intelligently into space when not in possession of the ball
- More advanced controls for players -- turn a defender as they receive the ball, or have your defender stand off slightly to prevent that move from the opposing team
- Retain control of the ball when sliding in to tackle; all-new feints and backwards dribbling are available and strikers jump and head the ball
- New licensed teams with international roster - Play as Argentina, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Sweden
- Master League returns, allowing players to experience the many highs and lows of steering a team through years of competitive games
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Then this year my bro got Pro Evolution Soccer 2007, but since he lives overseas I had a chance to play it before it was shipped to him. It was a nice surprise the teams were more current than in previous version, but still don't include the updated teams from the winter transactions.
Anyway the game was awesomely upgraded. It's nice scores are more real than in Fifa. The players move like in a real soccer match, while in FIFA the players are like robots. It's so easy to pick up, although scoring is hard still. It doesn't matter how "expert" you are, you won't route your opponent that easily, if you are a good player but don't know much about soccer you will enjoy it, if you're a beginner at video games but like soccer you'll have a good time since the players move as yo would expect in a real soccer match.
When you win in this game you earn it. Not like FIFA if you get into the routines of players and find a sweet spot, you can do the same play over and over and score in 90 percent of the time.
EA did a great job with the World Cup game, but Konami is still the king of football as we call it in the rest of the world. The only thing I wish they can improve is the menu. It's basically the same lacluster presentation as previous versions.
If you're a REAL soccer fan there's no way you can prefer FIFA, even with all the licensing, btw Konami is getting more and more licenses every year. Anyway I only play with Real Madrid, as long as they are licensed that's the only important thing, hopefully they include at least all the nations that have qualified to at least one world cup, even with made up names.
The difference between Fifa 07 and this game is night and day in regards to game play. With this title, I found a fluid gameplay that absolutely blows away Fifa. The most important thing to me in a sports game is gameplay, and this title is just better in that regard in every way. Scoring goals takes a lot more skill and creativity than anything in Fifa 07.
I also really love how international teams can compete in a world cup-like tournament vs. Fifa which holds no option other than exhibitions.
There are two things missing from this game that Fifa has, and thus makes me give it 4 stars vs 5. Those two things are a great soundtrack during menus, and a wide variety of teams. Missing from WE:PES 2007 are MLS, German League, and the authentic names of most English Premiere League teams. Despite this, the gameplay itself is so much stronger than Fifa's that it is a minor flaw in what is the best soccer game ever created.
I recommend renting both Fifa and Winning Eleven to see the difference for yourself before purchasing. There is a reason Fifa is so much cheaper and easier to find, it's just not as good as Winning Eleven.
If you are still reading, you have probably chose the winning eleven series. Many people do not give this game its full due credit. Like gametrailers.com gave it an 8.4! People are saying that it hasnt changed much, but that is a good thing!! Think about it, for people having past games of the series, Similar controls create a more emersive game. for new gamers, the controls are simple and easy pick up. but i do sugest you start on one star or in this game "very easy" and face a weaker team like Japan (sorry guys, but but just like America, we can do many things except soccer) or you will be torn apart again and again and again. As I said in the last review, shooting is alot harder and more sensitive in this game. Even ronaldinho, Kaka, David Beckham and Didier Drogba have trouble keeping their shots down. Making this game more realistic. Even though you might not have ever used this before, STOP AT THE TRAINIG MODE BEFORE YOU PLAY!!!!! It will save you alot of frustration. Since the control scheme is similar to the others in the series, seasoned gamers should play a few matches on regular, once you feel good in the match mode do what I did, complete A league on regular(this is the real test because it is a bit harder than in the match mode) then, you once you finish the league in 1st place, start playing match mode again on professional and follow the same proccess. For soccer fans i highly suggest playing on professional, It is SO much fun! It is like playing a game of chess, you have to stratagize. Since every team is differant, see how they react to passes and so on, make a pass only when you have a quick back up plan, and remember, every move you make can get you closer or furth from a goal, which is a great feeling by the way because there are no more "sweet spots" in this game, you have to earn every goal, NO! not just every goal! Every pass!
In the w.e. shop, you are supposed to be able to unlock new ball types. This is not available immediately just like W.E 8. I think you have to clear out everything you start off with in the W.E. shop then new stuff will be available. Now that you have all this info about this game, there is nothing stopping you from joining the Winning Eleven Nation!