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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Wii)

by Konami
Nintendo Wii
 Ages 3 and Over
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002K8PTYW
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.4 x 1.4 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 20 Nov 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,292 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Konami has announced that Liverpool FC and Spanish international striker Fernando Torres is to join Lionel Messi as the cover stars of PES 2010!

Torres, 25, has enjoyed an incredibly successful season both at club and international level, and will now join UEFA Champions League winner Messi on the front of PES 2010's packaging. Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Game

  • Enhanced Realism: PES 2010 delivers a pace of game in tune with football played at the highest level. Triangulation of passes and use of off-the-ball runs are key to breaking down the opposition, forcing the player to use the strengths of their team mates to create scoring opportunities. Gone are 'soft' goals that can be used to break the deadlock - instead, only working the channels and the precision play expected of great players will make a difference.
  • Player Characteristics: Key skills of the many players have now been attributed named, allowing users to incorporate them into their play strategy. Cover star Torres, for instance, is renowned for his ability to receive a pass in the penalty area, and to drop the ball to a teammate in a good position for a goal-scoring opportunity. As such, he is labeled a "Fox In The Box" and "Goal Poacher", in line with his prowess in both scoring and setting up goals.
  • Instant Tactical Switching: Each team has unique settings matching their real-life playing styles. Torres at Liverpool, for instance, will recreate the Merseyside club's sophisticated play and high numbers in attack, their pressing from midfield, strong defensive line, and width across the pitch. For the offense, the default settings support wide attacks and the aim to move in the back of the opponent's defense line. The user can summon the bar instantly during a match to adjust team tactics to enhance their defence or strengthen attacks.
  • Master League: The Master League now incorporates

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another step forward 23 Nov 2009
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I came to this game owning PES08 on the Wii and having bought (and returned) FIFA10. I wrote a review on FIFA10, so you can go see what I thought of that if you want to compare.

The main standout for PES on the Wii has always been its gameplay. Yes it lacks in graphic detail compared to the Xbox and PS3, but what is and has been truly unique is the way in which you play the game. By using the Wiimote and nunchuck you can control and move multiple players at one time creating more complex moves than possible on any other console. For me this is the true football sim.

The AI of the players has greatly improved, particularly that of the defenders. There has also been a great addition of a fatigue system, so players get tireder the longer the hold on to the ball, which works independently of their overall match stamina. This has brough a new sense of realism to the game and encourages you to play a more expansive passing style of football.

The depth of game modes has also increase greatly from PES08 (although I think many of these were brought in for PES09). The inclusion of the Champs Lge makes a very welcome appearance both in the Master League and the Champions Road set-up.

Graphics, soundtrack and commentary have all been tweaked giving that much richer an experience.

The only problem I have found is that occasionally, I am noticing some 'wobble' or 'blur' in the lower half of the screen as if the system can't keep up with refreshing the screen quick enough. I'm using a component cable and all my settings seem fine and I've never experienced anything like this in any other game.

All in all though, this really is how the beautiful game should be played!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars new to PES 5 Dec 2009
By Ben
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
never played PES before on any format. in fact the last footie game I played was iss pro on the n64 or fifa98 I think so it's been a while.

but I got given a wii, I like football so I thought I'd give this game a go.

got this as it would appear that fifa10 is rubbs on the wii and this was supposed to be great (that's what I gathered from reading the reviews on amazon anyway).

first day I got it I found it infuriating as my housemate beat me 3 times (I'm a bad loser). I couldn't get to grips with it at all and also found it stupid that only some teams had the right names and stadiums but all the players were there. I got over that when I saw you can edit them (which I'm doing slowly but its a bit silly - fifa obviously are trying to rain on pes' parade)
anyway next day he was out.
I did the training.
now I'm starting to get to understand the controls and I think its awesome.

still got lots more to learn but there is something satisfying about controlling the whole team, doing dummy runs or great runs off the ball to beat the offside trap instead of just hitting a thru ball button on your joypad like games of old and hoping someone on your team gets onto it.

like I said I'm not familiar with football games anymore but this game seems great to me.

can't wait to take my revenge on my housemate on sunday...

after that, the world online I guess....
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Still better than Fifa (on wii at least) 21 Nov 2009
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
UPDATE : I have changed the game from my original 5 star review to 4 after spending a few weeks on it. I Still highly recommend this game though. The reason for the change is mostly for the online aspect as I am getting really infuriated when people quit during matches while they are losing without any penalty (they should have a loss on their online record for this - it would stop the majority of them). My online record currently stands at something like played 34 won 24, lost 7 drawn 3. Doesnt look great but it should read something like 60+wins (seriously, thats how many people Ive had quitting on me!). SORT IT OUT KONAMI! Also, I kinda miss the 2 tier master league where you had to get promoted as you start off in the top division straight away. The difficulty needs to be raised because even at its hardest difficulty it gets too easy.

If you are looking at buying this game you will probably already know what it is all about. It is without a doubt the best footy experience available on the wii (in my opinion it offers far more control than the 360/PS3 versions over your players (with wiimote/nunchuk) and in theory you can control all 11 players at once!). You use the wiimote by pointing it at the screen and dragging your players around. You can make runs for yourself by moving players into open spaces etc. There is also the option to play with just the wiimote if you want, or the classic controller but it isn't the same and offers less control over what you can do.

I would say this game is more for gamers than the casual folk (although they can still have some fun). Saying this as my friends find it difficult getting used to the controls, but it does get easier with practice, or it could just be that I'm too good and they don't like losing!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game - Go and Buy!!! 2 Dec 2009
By Boxhave
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the third instalment of the PES series on WII, I have had the previous 2 (PES 2008 & 2009), both very enjoyable. As with my last review of PES 09, I had never been a fan of football on consoles, preferred the real thing but now I cannot get enough. Pre-ordered my copy of PES 2010 via Amazon as you do, got it on the day, nice and cheap too, certainly cheaper than I bought 08 & 09. Last Sunday I played for a whooping 12 hours, finished the whole master league, was going to start playing the next season when I decided I didn't like the way it turned out and started the whole thing again. Anyways back to the review, am not going to go over what other reviewer have said, its a great game yadda yadda yadda. The controls are great, the AI is much better especially the defending, massive improvement on PES 2008 but I cannot really tell the different between 09 and 2010 except for the automatic defending thing where it highlights you defender so you can see who is going to mark the opponent while on attack, of course you can switch that off. The master league is so addictive, I have restarted it twice because I got way ahead of myself but now I have settled and finally enjoying it. I haven't really played any of the other modes, the only thing missing if the whole sponsorship thing, improving stadium and maybe newspaper article on how the manager and club is doing, a bit like FIFA does in their manager mode. I would like that added, so if anyone from Konami reads this, add that for next year OK or else!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good
The same game, a different way to play it.

I found it to be very entertaining.

The graphs have a much lower quality when compared to the same game in other... Read more
Published 23 months ago by Madcaddie
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Game
I bought this game for my husband, but he doesn't get a look in! My 6 year old daughter has become something of an expert on this game and it is pretty much the only game that gets... Read more
Published on 23 Nov 2010 by Serena
5.0 out of 5 stars more fun when you are playing with friends
I bought this game for my son who is 8 years old.
He plays with it quite a lot, though he prefers to play it with some of his friends. Read more
Published on 10 Aug 2010 by Cande
4.0 out of 5 stars Best football game for game consoles
Forget about FIFA or even PES in other system. The PES 2010 for the Wii is the best football game I've played (and I've been playing them since FIFA 94 came out). Read more
Published on 10 Jun 2010 by Fernando Zarur
5.0 out of 5 stars well played
I bought this for my husband and he really enjoys playing it. Worth the money I think.
Published on 8 Jun 2010 by Linda J. Read
5.0 out of 5 stars Footy at your fingertips!
Pro Evo gets better and better, the Wii verison is far superior than other consoles given the flexibility of pointing/selecting players and multi-control/action. Read more
Published on 20 Jan 2010 by S. Bancil
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic !!
This has been a real hit in our house !!
All I know is that I can't keep my son and husband away from it - so it must be pretty good.
Would recommend 100%
Published on 20 Jan 2010 by LADy
5.0 out of 5 stars PES back to it's best!
PES on the Wii is fantastic, I adore it. Without starting a big Fifa v PES thing, Fifa is dominating the current HD generation consoles (PS3, 360) but on the Wii, it's old school,... Read more
Published on 19 Jan 2010 by Hefin Davies
3.0 out of 5 stars Tricky
Not an avid gamer, but always enjoyed PES on various platforms. Bought this to play on the kids wii. Read more
Published on 19 Jan 2010 by JonnyG
5.0 out of 5 stars pes 2010
very fast delivery i got this for my 10 yr old son he hasn't stopped playing it absolutely loves it. would recommend to any football fans of any age
Published on 4 Jan 2010 by Kathryn Kelly
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