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Pro Evolution Soccer 4 (Xbox)

by Konami
 Ages 3 and Over
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
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  • Master League mode expanded for more realism and team spirit!
  • Photo-realistic likenesses of the world's most famous players
  • 136 club teams, including 56 officially licensed kits from Europe
  • Enhanced dead-ball situations for more tactical options

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B0002LIFG8
  • Release Date: 26 Nov. 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,620 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Amazon.co.uk Review

The finest football simulation series receives further refinements in Pro Evolution Soccer 4. The presence of an on-screen referee is perhaps the game's most obvious new feature. What's more, this twenty-third being on the pitch is more intelligent than his invisible predecessors: advantages are played more frequently and the fairness of decisions is improved. Another welcome new feature is that of player-specific special moves, whereby only certain gifted footballers will have outlandish tricks in their repertoire--very much in keeping with real life.

Although there was little room for improvement over Pro Evolution Soccer 3's supreme gameplay, Konami has seemingly found it. Dribbling has been given especial attention; the result is tighter control. Crosses, too, are now easier to perform exactly as desired. Also, penalty kicks and free kicks offer increased accuracy with their adoption of a new control system.

Some 136 club sides, including all 56 teams of the Spanish, Italian and Dutch leagues (these are officially licensed) are on offer in Pro Evolution Soccer 4, as well as 50-odd national teams. The Xbox version also features online play via Xbox Live. Typically, this new version of Pro Evolution is the most comprehensive to date--the new season in videogame football kicks off in spectacular fashion. --Jonti Davies

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By Simon
My son has a gamecube and we've been playing various incarnations of FIFA since 2002 but my frustration with the game had risen to such a point that I refused to buy the 2005 version and instead I bought myself an Xbox purely so that I could try out pro evo 4 instead.
It's the best decision I could have made. For the first time in years I'm truly enjoying playing a console football game.
So what's so good?
Basically, the players do what you tell them to do - at the time that you tell them.
Pro Evo 4 acknowledges that you can't have super smooth animation AND responsive gameplay. It boils down to the fact that you don't just play the game by pressing buttons, there's also the thinking you do beforehand. In a real game, a player is adjusting their feet while they're thinking of what to do but there's no way that a computer game can predict the button that you're going to press at any future instant in time.
When you hit the button to make a pass, Pro Evo 4 simply cuts immediately to the required animation, regardless of whether this looks quirky on an action replay. The bottom line is that the pass is made at the time you wanted it made.
Pro Evo 4 is a football simulation game. FIFA is more like a football animation game.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Footballing perfection. 7 Jan. 2005
Football games are ten-a-penny these days and for the uninitiated, it can be a very daunting choice. Allow me to simplify that choice - buy Pro Evolution Soccer 4.
I've had the opportunity to play almost every football game Konami have released on home consoles (barring a couple of the more obscure WE titles) going back as far as ISS & ISS Deluxe on the SNES. I can honestly say that this is the closest thing to footballing perfection you are likely to see on a console.
From the overhaul in the already exquisite controls, to the fine graphics (pay no mind to those who berate PES for lacking the graphical sheen of FIFA 2005 - both the in-game graphics and the incredible cut scenes evoke the passion and emotion of football more than any other title), to the improved training modes... and then there is the Master League and XBox Live... PES 4 is a joy to play from start to finish.
What other game forces you to think before you play your next ball? Pass? Shoot? Hold the ball up on the inside-right while the full-back makes his over-lapping run down the wing? And just like in real life, you only have a split second to make your decision. You will curse (loudly) when you get it wrong, but get it right and you can experience glorious moments like pulling off the Zidane turn past the covering centre-back and slotting the ball in the far corner... Or playing your attacking midfielder into space with a first time backheel... Or sliding in and clearing the ball off the line after your 'keeper has been chipped from 12 yards...
And best of all, you can save these moments on your memory card/HD for posterity. Every match is different, with a 1-0 victory away at your rivals sometimes meaning more to you than handing out a 4-1 battering at home.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An opinion from a football fan in the states 3 Dec. 2004
By A Customer
I'm a footy fan who happens to live in the united states. For the past few years, I've been a huge FIFA fan. I absolutely loved FIFA 2004; my friends and I spent many nights staying up until 3 in the morning playing that game. When FIFA 2005 came out, I rushed to the store to buy it, and I was pleased with the game and the new features EA added. However, after hearing so many fans rave about Winning Eleven 7 (as Pro Evo is called in the states) and its incredible gameplay, I decided to purchase WE 7 for the PC (I own an XBOX not a PS2 so buying it on the PC was my only option)and see if WE 7 could live up to all the hype.
Now that I've played WE 7, all I can say is that the WE/PRO EVO series puts FIFA to shame, and I no longer plan on purchasing any future FIFA titles. FIFA 2005 was fun at first and I liked the first-touch control system, but after playing WE 7, FIFA is just too slow and completely unrealistic. The gameplay is nowhere as smooth and fluid as the gameplay in WE. I only wished I lived in Europe so that I could purchase a copy of Pro Evo 4 for the XBOX. An even though I haven't played PRO EVO 4 yet, based on WE 7, I feel confident that any newer versions will be worth a five star rating.
Until PRO EVO 4/WE 8 comes out next year, I'll continue playing WE 7 while my copy of FIFA 2005 collects dust.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not perfect - but close! 2 Dec. 2004
By A Customer
After being hooked on Iss delux on the snes as a youth, this is the most playable footy game in my opinion to date.
I've played all the fifa titles from 98 road to world cup including the latest fifa 2005, and here's my comparison.
I think Fifa 2005 wins on the graphics ( stunning, like watching footy on tv ).
It also has the licence ( All the worlds teams, Kits, Players etc )
It also has better sound ( Commantry, crowd chants, are spot on ) I love the fact that if one of your players gets booked, he gets boooo'ed when he touches the ball.
All that said. For me it comes down to game play, and i'm afraid Fifa 2005 looses badly ( why have they kept that stupid corner / free kick system ( once you crack it you can score every time ) its just not realistic.
Pro evo 4 feels like your in controll of the game ( If I loose 3.0, I know i've been Fairly outplayed ) but in Fifa 2005, If you take the lead after 80 mins, you just know the opposition will score twice in the final 5 mins, with you thinking "WHAT'S GOING ON!" and the joy pad embedded in the tv.
If by chance Konami got together with Ea for the next footy game, I don't think I would ever go out again.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars pro evo go

Pro evo 4 is an excellent game. There are over 50 national temas and plenty of club teams. The graphics are of good quality and it has graet gameplay. Read more
Published on 30 April 2006 by JZ 900
4.0 out of 5 stars Very good yet not outstanding
Ok, so i decided to go for pro evo 4 rather than pro evo 5 for two reasons 1)it was about 4 times cheaper and 2)pro evo 5 was suppose to be to hard.
So.. Read more
Published on 27 Dec. 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars The only football game on the XBOX
If you have an xbox and need a football game,Pro evo is the only for you.
I started(like everyone)buying the fifa series and found them getting worse and worse everytime. Read more
Published on 5 Sept. 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars Must buy for Xbox
Already hit the "Classics" on the shelves, this game is a definate buy for players offline or on. So much to learn, so much to do. Read more
Published on 2 Aug. 2005 by "gomez_york"
5.0 out of 5 stars I Disagree
Hello this is yekway.!
Right, first off the xbox online mode is..... not alot to be desired. Online mode is not good. Home or away! Read more
Published on 24 Jun. 2005 by margo mcdonald
5.0 out of 5 stars SOCCER games really have EVOLVED
This is definitely the best soccer game I have ever played. the only soccer games I ever played have been Fifa 98 (the best FIFA), Pro Evolution 2 and FIFA 2003. Read more
Published on 18 Jun. 2005 by "foxstoneeety"
5.0 out of 5 stars Fifa?? Sorry
Pro Soccer has always appealed to me in a number of ways. Firstly Fifa got worse as time went on and Pro didnt.. for basic football sim get fifa. Read more
Published on 2 Jun. 2005 by David Smart
1.0 out of 5 stars this game sucks ass
i purchased this game for £15 including postage i stuck it in my xbox excited an hour later i took it out
the game play is terrible
you wont score a freekick EVER... Read more
Published on 17 May 2005 by david mercer
4.0 out of 5 stars Not brilliant
It is a very enjoyable gane with lots of features but it does get a bit repeative.
Published on 15 May 2005
5.0 out of 5 stars The 'Pro Evo Soccer 4' rocket has come to the XBoX!
The thing that makes Pro Evo so attractive and so enticing is for one, everything is realistic.The players look like players, the referee always wears different coloured uniform... Read more
Published on 8 May 2005 by Jasper Wong
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