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Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (PSP)

by Konami
Sony PSP
 Ages 3 and Over
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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  • Massively upgraded AI-- players run intelligently into space when not in possession of the ball
  • Physical side of play has been refined, with players working to turn a defender as they receive the ball
  • Shooting system refined players can attempt more snap shots
  • New licensed teams including official kits for Argentina, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Sweden
  • More balanced referees
  • New and exciting game modes including International Challenge and Random modes
  • Much-loved Master League makes a welcome return
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Game Information

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

Product details

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  • ASIN: B000GID2X8
  • Release Date: 1 Dec. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,604 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

The Pro Evolution Soccer series is renowned for its realism and Pro Evolution Soccer 6 is abundant with new gameplay additions. Player AI has been massively upgraded with players running intelligently into space when not in possession of the ball and pointing where they want the pass placed to continue the attack. Similarly the physical side of play has been refined with players working to turn a defender as they receive the ball while defenders must learn to stand off slightly to prevent such moves. Series creator Shingo 'Seabass' Takatsuka has also worked to refine the shooting system of the new game and players will be able to attempt more snap shots than in previous versions while volleys and half-volleys have been redesigned. Other new moves include the ability to retain control of the ball when sliding in to tackle while all-new feints and backwards dribbling are now available thanks to the improved dribbling controls while headers have been changed to allow players more movement in the way their strikers jump and head the ball. Pro Evolution Soccer 6 also has a number of new teams licensed for inclusion with the International roster now featuring the official kits for Argentina the Netherlands Italy Spain and Sweden. Details on official club teams and more national squads will follow. Features: Other new additions include more balanced referees and a selection of exciting new gameplay modes. An International Challenge involves leading your home country to victory through a series of entry and tournament rounds while a Random mode lets the player play quick games within randomly-generated match day settings. The much-loved Master League also returns allowing players to experience the many highs and lows of steering a team through years of competitive games. Aging players injuries and pressure from the board all combine to create a truly immersive game where results are everything... With its slick moves and realistic action Pro Evolution Soccer 6 is certain t.

Amazon.co.uk Review

In a nutshell:
The world’s most popular football sim returns with numerous tweaks and additions to make it even more realistic in both gameplay and graphics. If England don’t win the World Cup you can always take solace in the latest Pro Evo.

The lowdown:
This latest sequel sees one of the biggest overhauls in the game’s history with the new improvements to the already impressive animation directly affecting the way you play. Dribbling with the ball is now easier but the quality of your passing and shooting now depends on the position of a player’s body in terms of both accuracy and power. Make a shot straight after a sharp turn, for example, and your chances of hitting the target are slim. Opponent and team artificial intelligence has also been greatly increased, to the point where every man on the pitch is thinking independently. Apart from the animation, the graphics in general have also been upgraded with much better player likenesses.

Most exciting moment:
Thanks to the new changes Pro Evo 6 plays a much more attacking game than previously, with counter attacks after a fluffed shot on goal made much easier than previously.

Since you ask:
Although the game doesn’t have the official FIFA World Cup license it does simulate an unofficial international tournament, including both qualifying rounds and the finals.

The bottom line:
The best just keeps getting better with the most beautiful virtual game ever.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best football game comes to the PSP 5 Dec. 2006
By Sam
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is fantastic. Pro Evo 5 was ok on the PSP. But it lacked the extra features (mainly world cup and master league) that the bigger versions had.

Now this is an exact copy of the PS2 version. It DOES include full master league and world cup mode. The only difference between this and the PS2 version is the control system. This is obviously because the control layout's are different on both machines.

This game really feels like an actual game of football in a lot of respects. Another reviewer said that you only have to touch the shoot button and the ball goes soaring off.

This is true because some players aren't as good at shooting as others. With Henry up front a lot of your shots go in. With Neville up front you miss often!!

This is because obviously Neville is not exactly a goal scorer!!! That is how realistic it is

The difficulty level means that the game plays quite well. Currently I seem to be winning at home a lot, but drawing and losing away. Something that real clubs have to deal with.

The only problem I have with this game is the extra long loading times. But, once your in the game it all seems worth the wait.

If you want a realistic football game which lets you manage a club and play the game (whilst on the bus) then this really is truly excellent (at least until pro evo 7 hits the shelf)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars GGGGOOOOOOAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! 1 July 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Ok, firstly let me say that I come to the football on th psp as a virgin. It is the first football game I have played on the psp but it's brill. I have PE4 on the PS2 and was desperate for footie game on the go so after weighing up FIFA and PES I plumped for PES6 as I had knowledge on the ps2. Now I have heard people say that shooting is hard and you have to be spot on to score, fair enough I say. How many times have we watched a game on tv thinking "This is a sitter, he's gotta score" only to see the ball either flying high, wide or gently into the goalies arms, often I say! It just means that you have to be patient and be acurate with your shots, just like the real thing.

Another gripe that a few reviewers have said is the lack of commentary, GOOD. I remember playing ISS64 on the Nintendo 64 and the commentator (John Motson I think?) said "He couldn't hit a cow's backside with a banjo" haha for the first couple of times but when you hear it 10-15 times PER GAME it got slightly annoying which I find with many, if not most of sports games. I have recently bought PDC darts and whilst I love Sid Waddell I had to turn the volume down as the "commentary" just ruined the game, which seems to happen with most games. No, until the commentary is good enough keep it to a minimum, commentary when scoring is fine with me.

The thing which got my goat though is why are Arsenal etc (i.e. the big clubs) named when others are "Liverpool Red, Manchester Blue" etc. If it's good enough for one then do it for them all I say! However it is a small thing which I quickly overlooked as the players name's are all correct.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars PSP's Best Footy Game 10 Dec. 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Konami has finally produced the goods on the PSP. PES6 still takes a while to load but vastly improves on PE5. The Master League also makes a welcome appearance. In many respects, this is nearly as good as the PS2 version.

PSP matches shine, with all the things that make the PS2 version work are here too. The emphasis on passing over running, the fizz of the shots , the intelligent AI movement, not to mention the range of subtle moves which can take a while to master.

Game play isn't particularly difficult either. With the loss of L2 & R2 buttons some moves are accessed differently to the PS2 version. You can still perform one-twos, dink the ball over the goalkeeper and add a bit of shape when placing the ball from 20 yards out. Once you've scored, you can view, manipulate and save the replay.

You might not be able to go online, but the PSP version still allows for ad hoc wireless games with other players. The Master League is thankfully back, there are also six leagues and seven cups, along with a fairly comprehensive Edit Mode. The PES-Shop is back too, offering extra players, teams, goal celebrations and ball effects, double speed matches and Master League starting point bonuses, all in exchange for the currency you build up with success on the field.

There are a few things missing with respect to the PS2 game - random exhibition match, limited commentary apart from a bit of shouting every time you score. PS2 connectivity means you can exchange data which is useful. There is also an option to conserve battery life by turning off some of the superfluous special effects.

The take home message is this is the best footy game on the PSP closely rivaled by but surpassing FIFA 07. It's not quite a PS2 equivalent but provides all the fun, realism and action expected from this successful line.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Imperfect 20 Aug. 2007
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is fun, and certainly does not deserve some of the negative reviews. The game is intuitive, with good graphics and animation, bearing in mind the capabilities of the PSP. There are all manner of tournaments and leagues to keep you occupied.
But, there are some frustrating problems. Number 1 is the difficulty curve. If you play beginner, you will undoubtably amass victories in excess of 10 - 0, but as soon as you upgrade to amateur, the opposition defence suddenly become brilliant. The only reliable way to score is to run in from the wings, changing direction and bursts of speed, because as soon as you pass it is cut out. Also, if you cross, it is very rare to win a header in the box.
The lack of commentary is a problem. But the biggest single problem, not as yet touched on, are the load times. They are ridiculously long, and the game insists on reloading, even when you elect to play with the same teams. Why? Also, and this is frustrating to the extreme, before each match the game insists on loading up the team line-up, with various views of the same stadium in the background. Then you press 'start', and it is only then that it actually starts to load the match!!!
This may be acceptable a couple of times, but after 3 matches it drives you to despair. Why waste 2 mins of loading time just to show the line-ups? Unbelievable. As a gamer used to rapid load times, it soon wears thin. If I had the choice of purchasing only one football game with retrospect, I would not have gone for this.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
After playing fifa games since 2002, I thought I would try Pro Evo 6 for the PSP. I loved it at first as the gameplay was refreshing, however I agree totally with the review of PES... Read more
Published on 16 Feb. 2008 by T.Davey
2.0 out of 5 stars not so sure
first of all im a huge fan of PES having played them throughout the years on the ps2.i was eargly anticipating what this title would be lik on the psp. Read more
Published on 28 Nov. 2007 by pete
1.0 out of 5 stars why should you by this ?
Not very good at all. i much prefer the fifa games even if they are dearer. not all real names put you of and this makes it longer to purchase players. Read more
Published on 29 Jun. 2007 by Ra Haswell
5.0 out of 5 stars Classic
Pro is fantastic much better than 4 and 5 and fifa07.The graphics are brilliant and you can actually do training and on pro and you cn't on fifa. Read more
Published on 21 Feb. 2007 by Zak
5.0 out of 5 stars Master League is a great addition
Gameplay is v similar to Pro 5 but in 6 there is Master League and updated stats and players. Big improvement especially with the West Ham team!! Read more
Published on 13 Feb. 2007 by doe
4.0 out of 5 stars great
gameplay is awesome, graphics are stunning although as in the other review, it is slightly (ever so slightly) let down by no player developments and no commentry but for the goals. Read more
Published on 27 Jan. 2007 by Big Owl
4.0 out of 5 stars More Pro Ev
i have always bought the pro evolution soccer series for the ps2. when it came to pro evolution 5 and 6, i decided to buy these games on the psp. Read more
Published on 4 Jan. 2007 by Mr. D. J. Andrew
4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but more to come
A tap of shoot sometimes sends it over the bar & Passing can be a tad tricky. But it doesn't disapoint, it's smooth gameplay makes this the best football game for the PSP. Read more
Published on 3 Jan. 2007 by Mr. T. Coulson
4.0 out of 5 stars okay
i was really excited wen i bought this game, however i was slightly dissapointed. the gameplay and graphics are great, but no commentry and no player development. Read more
Published on 29 Dec. 2006 by Mr. Paul Crawford
4.0 out of 5 stars great psp title
The PES 6 version on PSP has been done very well indeed! The fun factor here is great and there is loads to do within the game. Read more
Published on 29 Dec. 2006 by Mark
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