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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 International - PlayStation 2

4.3 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
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  • Features new animations, new clubs and leagues a refined Master League
  • Two new positions to play - Wing Back and Second Top
  • Recruit from thousands of the worlds top pro players
  • Negotiate with players as they develop, grow old and retire in the multi season Master League Mode

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The most anticipated soccer franchise in the world comes out with its best game ever. Winning Eleven 9 features new animations, new clubs and leagues, a refined Master League, and for the first time, online play on PlayStation2 computer entertainment system! Take your favorite team online and prove your skills by progressing through the online divisional ranking system. Winning Eleven 9 is the top rated soccer game in the world and delivers the most pure soccer experience ever seen.Connect your PlayStation2 system game to trade game information.

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The most anticipated soccer franchise in the world comes out with its best game ever. Winning Eleven 9 features new animations, new clubs and leagues, a refined Master League, and for the first time, online play on PlayStation2 computer entertainment system! Take your favorite team online and prove your skills by progressing through the online divisional ranking system. Winning Eleven 9 delivers the most pure soccer experience ever seen. Connect your PlayStation2 system game to trade game information.

Features:

  • New animations, new clubs and leagues, and a refined Master League
  • Two new positions to play--Wing Back and Second Top
  • Improved character animation with real, captured player motions
  • Recruit from thousands of the world's top pro players
  • Negotiate with players as they develop, grow old, and retire in the multi-season Master League mode

Product Information

ASIN B000CBZLO2
Release date February 8, 2006
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4.3 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #16,110 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Media: Video Game
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Konami's World Soccer Winning Eleven series continues to impress with this new installment. There are plenty of new features including a brand new physics system that allows your players to move around the pitch more realistically. This also prevents easy goals as your shots are no longer automatically aimed at the goal, you'll now have to trigger your own shots with greater accuracy. The controls are tighter than ever before that even the most skilled Winning Eleven players will have to adjust to the new style. Not to fear as this isn't a burden, it gives the game even more of a realistic feel. Players in the game will lose control of the ball as in real life and jostle for position when a cross in coming in or a clearance has been made. One problem in the new features is the amount of calls by referees for simple fouls that really shouldn't stop the game from continuing.

There are 138 clubs and 57 International teams present, but be aware that many of them are not licensed and do not carry their official kits or crests. But there is still plenty of new licensed clubs and kits most notably the addition of big name clubs like Arsenal, Chelsea, Rangers, Celtic, and Galatasaray. Licensed leagues are present including the Italian Serie A, Dutch Eredivisie, and Spanish Primera. This includes all of their clubs with the exception of Italy's Cagliari Calcio. There are plenty of stadiums to choose from all of which are highly detailed and true to their real life counterparts, with the exception of some official names. Anything that isn't licensed in the game however, can be edited to precision in the expansive Edit mode feature within the game. This is the cornerstone of the Winning Eleven series aside from the exciting game play.
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I just traded in FIFA '06 for this game. The atmosphere is great, and the game makes you feel like you're watching a soccer game on TV. The graphics are very good, better than FIFA in my opinion. Yes, the faces on the players during the cutscenes of FIFA '06 look better than the faces in WE9. But, the overall look of WE9 is better than FIFA '06. The stadiums, lighting effects, weather, and animations all look phenomenal. The animations are possibly the best in any sports game available. The controls are very in-depth, but you can easily play the game effectively without learning all of the special moves.

Now for the bad. FIFA '06 has a lot more licensed teams. WE9 has a good amount, but definitely not as much of a selection when compared to FIFA '06. Arsenal and Chelsea are the biggest additions to this year's installment, but, those are the only licensed teams of the English Premier League. I believe you can go to the Winning Eleven 9 website to vies all the teams they have available. Anyway, you are able to rename any teams that you want. So, you can change "Man Red" to Manchester United. You can also change the uniforms to anything you want to, the team emblems, and the team flags. Also, you can rename the stadiums. I renamed all the teams that needed it, and it took me about 90 minutes to do so. Also, if you're a fan of the U.S. national team, you'll have to rename all the players on the roster, as none of them are on there. Also, you'll have to change the appearance of some of them.

Now for the biggest gripe, and it's a big one. When I first bought the game, I thought it was great. There are five difficulty settings, 1 star is the easiest and 5 stars being the most difficult.
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Winning Eleven 8 made my jaw drop when I first bought it last year. I didn't think Konami could go any better. The graphics were better, the player AI was better, it was all improved and was wondering how they would make it any better for Winning Eleven 9. After picking up WE9 yesterday, I have noticed, they did make it better, in a way that is hard to describe in a mere review.

Where to start in my review of WE9? First off the graphics I think. Now I'll be honest, the graphics haven't improved in any significant way but you can see slight differences. The players looks slightly smoother and more defined but other than that, the graphics haven't changed at all. I doubt Konami could go any better either, if they had gone for the graphics that FIFA currently have, the game would spontaneously combust as soon as you started a match due to all the other stuff Komami have in the game. I really don't think it's a bad thing not having the best graphics, afterall, we Winning Eleven folks prefer gameplay to graphics!

Next, the player AI. This has improved imensely. One thing that did bother me at times in WE8 and previous ones, were the jaggedness of the player runs. They moved rather stifly when they turned and ran and being able to only turn in about 8 different directions was slightly poor. This has all changed. The players move a lot more freely now, in any direction you wish. They turn slower, being more realstic. They adjust their body reaction on how the ball moves. They run more fluently and bounce, not seemingly float with their legs pumping in previous versions. Players jump on other players' shoulders to get the ball from the air. Tustling for the ball has become much more realistic with different varieties involed. The players runs are slightly better, not looking as stiff.
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