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Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (Nintendo DS)

by Konami
Nintendo DS
 Ages 3 and Over
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 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:   Nintendo DS
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

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  • ASIN: B000GI9YBM
  • Release Date: 9 Feb. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,970 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

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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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It ain't that bad! 23 Feb. 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I am actually surprised by the negative reviews for Pro Evo 6 on the DS as fundamentally it does a lot right that FIFA 06 and 07 didn't. For starters the game play and the depth is more enjoyable and realistic- you have to build up attacks as opposed to running through from your own goal line and scoring wonder goals every other game. Tackling & passing feels more realistic and the refereeing is actually spot on. The best addition of all is the Wi-Fi, which despite its many flaws and frustrations is something that FIFA could have and should have included to make for a more addictive experience.

Graphically the game is nothing special- probably on par with FIFA 06 and much better than (in my opinion) the graphically inferior FIFA 07. The players don't have that annoying shiny helium-balloon look that players in the DS FIFA games did (see my other reviews.) As far as I've noticed the stadiums don't differ too much and there aren't actually that many licensed teams to pick, but unless you're one of these junkies who wants a game with real names and realistic stadia then you won't mind at all. The sound quality is pretty poor in the games too- this is where FIFA is much better. It is just a case of basic crowd roars that don't seem to alter much even during penalty box skirmishes and the `commentator' only pipes up to inform you that you've scored.

The game offers the obligatory league and cup options as well as the ability to create and edit your team. The edit team option, seemingly in keeping with the rest of the game, is basic but does the job. You can pick your team colours, customise your formations in depth (you could place all 10 outfielders in a hexagon up front if you wanted.) alter names and draw your own logo.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Bad, But Can Be Frustrating 30 May 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is okay - the graphics are a bit smudgy, but that can be expected on a DS. Gameplay is reasonable with lots of options and a Career Mode where you have to beat all the other teams. This keeps you busy for a while. There are lots of passes and shots to master, although some of the controls can become quite fiddly with the layout of the DS's buttons. My main gripe with this game is how unresponsive it is at times - you can be through on goal, press shoot ... only for nothing to happen and then the opposition 'keeper comes and takes it off you. Dribbling is also sluggish - it is very hard to change direction quickly. This makes stringing some fast slick passing moves together almost impossible. It just doesn't feel like it flows at times during the game.

Still, footy games are always fun and the fun increases loads more when you play on WiFi link up - it is always a much better experience playing against real opposition and you can't get away with the same 'guaranteed goal' tricks.

Just worth it if you like football games, but not worth rushing out for.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pro Evo 6- Think Again... 16 April 2007
By Arun
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I'm another person surprised by the negative reviews. First of all I will go through all the good things.

1.It plays brillianty- fantastic ball physics and realistic movements surpass even the XBOX version of FIFA 07.

2.Great online play.

3.The World Tour mode(replacing the master league) is pretty darn good- unique ane ejoyable.

Now the bad points...

1. Being a DS game, the graphics are always bound to be lacking; however this is extreme, there is enough detail to see what's going on, but when free kicks etc. come into play- you need to clearly see where the goal starts and ends.

2.Download play takes a ridiculous amount of time to start(10-15mins)

3.Not enough tournements- there is the World Tour and the 'Konami Cup'; nothing else.

OVERALL- This is an enjoyable game providing bad graphics doesn't drive you into suicide. Online play and gameplay have saved this game.

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly good fun 22 Aug. 2007
By Mr. J. J. Niland VINE VOICE
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First of all, this is a DS game. As such, you really can't compare it to PES6 on the PS2 etc.

Secondly, and more importantly, this is a good little football game on the DS. You can play quick matches between over 80 national teams, and there are a few club teams such as Arsenal and Juventus. The controls are easy to pick up, and are almost exactly like the PS2 version.

The level of difficulty seems to be set just right, with the computer providing a tough challenge on 'Normal' difficulty. However, once you learn the fine art of the one-two and through-ball moves, you'll be rewarded with some memorable goals.

The graphics are OK, and dont detract from an entertaining game of football.

There is no Master League in this version - instead, you play in a World League in which you have to beat all of the other teams in the game. It's very addictive, and will take a while to complete.

I have not played it on Wi-Fi, so can't comment on whther it is any good.

All in all, this is a great game to fill the hours during a train journey etc. It is the best footy game on the DS.
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