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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 (Xbox 360)

by Konami
Platform : Xbox 360
127 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B000Q2XCIY
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 141 g
  • Release Date: 26 Oct. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,879 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008

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3.0 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tj90 on 16 Nov. 2007
I used to play on some of the old pro evo's for ages, however some of the more recent one have been quite disappointing, but this one truly is awful, i cant play it for more than an hour without getting so annoyed that i want to throw my tv out the window, games are meant to be challenging but fun, this game just makes me want to scream.
When releasing a game you have to make sure of some things, one of these thingsis that it doesnt lag, and this pro evo has it in abundance. And if you dare venture online you will find yourself clear through on goal, only for it to jump and suddenly your opponent is outnumbering you at the back.
When playing on my own, I win pretty much every match on the bottom 3 levels, and most of the time on the fourth, but the last is no harder than the fourth, the only difference is, if you are winning 1-0 or 2-1 with 5 minutes to go, you will find yourself on the end of a Gary Neville fourty yard screamer, or Gerrard diving in the box with no one around him, only for him to be given the penalty.
I have put up with this for two weeks, i am going to see if Mondays patch makes much difference, otherwise this game will be going back and being replaced by Fifa (never thought i'd say that)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By brightlight on 17 May 2008
Well. There is a lot to say, but first let me say that i am not planning to tell you whether or not you should like this game, just what i liked about it, what i didn't, and my general impressions of the game. Everyone seems to have a different and more extreme view on this years PES, but all i want to say is that it has pros and cons and that it has changed a great deal from, say, PES 4 on the Xbox, and i'm not just talking about players and graphics here.
THE GOOD
* PES has maintained its "anything can happen feel", that makes it often seem more like real football than Fifa, and this means that in PES, virtually every goal looks different, and usually plaus
ible- you will sometimes just watch a replay and think, thats just like real football.

*The nets stay a cut above Fifa's- this may seem trivial but the stiff Fifa nets detract from realism, and Pro Evo have got it right again here.

*Edit mode is back- yes, options are limited for kits, but player editing is good and it is a welcome return.

*Players are brought alive with changing expressions that look real, and true athleticism and much more agility and less rigid than FIFA. As usual, most players look something like their real life counterparts- big name players are instantly recognizable.

* Konami got the diving just right- yep, they got it pretty much spot on- it can be pulled off, but is fiddly and generally just gets you a card- they have made it so it is their, and you and the CPU will use it VERY OCCASIONALLY, but have kept it sensible.

THE BAD
*Master league is not up to the standard of Fifa's manager mode.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Mayes on 12 Feb. 2008
I am a fan of Pro Evo; as oposed to Fifa. But this game has lost the "magic touch" which, for me, Pro has always had. If you are thinking about buying the game, I wouldn't bother! I know if you're a fan of the Pro Evolution Soccer series, you will buy this game anyway because of the name, and the quality of previous titles (excluding Pro 6). But here are a few reasons why I wouldn't...

1. The AI

If you enjoy having (at most) 35% of possession, and winning 5-0 on regular mode; you're in for a treat! Defenders paradise!

If you enjoy having 70% of possession and winning 1-0 with 25 shots on target, play on easy mode.

If you enjoy going to ground with a perfectly timed Tony Adams/ Big Sol style sliding tackle, expect a definite red card (unless you're the AI that is!!) I've had more red cards in 1 game than Robbie Savage has had in his whole carreer!!

2. How good the DAMN gameplay is!

The bad thing is that the gameplay IS actually good! This makes the game all the more frustrating! When I ocassionly play this game, I play on the easiest mode, because I enjoy playing with the ball and creating chances (which I have no chance of scoring from because the game is soo biased to the AI (which has been stated by a number of reviews I have read} rather than thrashing the AI on the 3rd hardest mode but having 35% of the ball; BORING!!}

Personally I would prefer to play FIFA, just for the official teams and shirts and that stuff. Which is ashame, because Pro Evo 5 (the no.1 football game in my opinion) was by far better than the FIFA oposition of the time, even though there were about 200 teams less and only 2 Prem teams were official.

Poor game, a frustratingly dull game =(

UP THE RAMS!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steven on 20 Nov. 2007
This was the game that I was anticipating the most for the 360 this year, forget Halo 3, Assassin's Creed, Mass Effect etc, all I was looking forward to was PES 2008.

First of all - the offline game itself is pretty good, with a few nice improvements on the previous game. Some close control tweaks, the welcome return of diving (from ISS 2000), and some great new dribbling options all make for a pleasing feeling of reality in matches. It really looked like Konami had cracked it with this one. Nothing spectacular, but it does the job well enough. That said, the options are again very thin on the ground and there are no English stadiums this time. I thought PES 6 didn't have these things because it was rushed out - surely that couldn't be the excuse this time around? Nevermind, the gameplay is good, which is what matters. The lack of effort put into the presentation is a minor irritation.

However, it goes rapidly and irretrievably downhill from there.

As has been pointed out by a lot of other reviewers already, the Xbox Live experience of this game is nothing short of appalling. Connecting to a game, whether with a friend or otherwise, is incredibly hit and miss. It is not uncommon to sit and wait 15 minutes before an opponent can be found. Once you do get an opponent, that's when the problems really start.
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