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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
3.0 out of 5 stars 128 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 (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,168 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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First off let me say that i am a masive Pro Evo fan and have been looking forward to the release of PES 2008 for sometime since a somewhat below par PES 6.

I am however somewhat disapointed with the latest offering ... now dont get me wrong what people have mentioned about graphics etc etc are spot on and are impressive and they have tweaked certain areas that definately needed improving. A nice touch is the option to send more men forward on corners and set pieces Also playing against the computer has been dramatically improved through the subtle differences the new AI has brought to the game is much more challenging and less frustrating than PES 6. The biggest positive change is the passing and movement of the players, which means games are free flowing and not so repetitive because goals can now come from many different sources instead of just a through ball to Adriano!

This however is also my 1st gripe, it is now extremely easy to score and to score from just about anywhere. This i know is better than PES 6 but already you can score for fun and we all know it takes a few weeks to really get into Pro Evo so what happens after you have mastered the game will it be a case of shooting from any where on the pitch and hitting the top corner every time?
A prime example of this are the free kicks. already i have scored more freekicks in the last couple of days than i have compared to a whole years worth of PES 6.
After playing a few ranked matches online it has become quite apparent through the scorelines as several matches i played alot of them have ended with big scores like: 5-5, 7-6, 4-5, 8-3 and i have yet to play in a game where i havent scored.
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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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This is a review of the Xbox 360 version only as I haven't played the either of the PS versions.

After a year of waiting, Xbox owners finally have a playable version of Pro Evo. Unlike its predecessor, PES 7 is a return to the familiar gameplay style that Pro Evo fans have grown to love (and over the past year miss).

If like many football fans you are looking for a realistic football game then you need look no further than the Pro Evo games. Unlike Fifa, Pro Evo has a realistic feel to the players. Rather than relying on a passing game Pro Evo gives the player a chance to dribble with the ball as well as out-muscle opponents rather than simply giving up possession as soon as they are touched by an opponent.

First for the good. PES 7 is a reach back to the good old days of PES 4&5. These two games gave the player the ability to run rings around his opponents (once good enough) and set up blistering long-range shots. I'm glad to say after being heinously removed in PES 6 these abilities have been returned. Although not quite the ball-hugging dribbling of 4, 7 once again allows a player to skip through defenders whilst frantically tapping on the Right Trigger button to pull off a combination of side-steps and bringing to ball to a dead halt in order to sprint off in another direction leaving the defence looking dazed and confused. The ability to turn players that was forecast for 6 has also made its entrance here. It is now possible to burst through the defence and by the time they have had a chance to collect their wits and head off after you there is little to no chance of them catching you if you are using a player of decent speed. On this point, it should be further noted that the tackling has been changed.
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This game is the worst edition of a series that has been improving year after year. The real problem with this game is online part of the game, which is, unplayable. A real letdown for a longtime fan who has logged countless hours of play over the years with the Pro Evo franchise.
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i'm a big pes fan and 2 of my favourite games on the xbox were 4 and 5, unfortunately pes 7 or 2008 is a huge let down. the basic gameplay engine is solid, and will feel familiar to anyone whos played a pes game before.

the main complain about this game is that its not finished, not by a long way. the graphics are awful, and i've got a 1080p sharp HDTV and am using the HDMI cable. its not just the quality of the graphics, players are poorly designed, with current england player lesscott looking like yobos twin brother. on replays its unwatchable as when the pace slows down it starts jerking around instead of running smoothly. the textures on both players and the pitch are permenetly being loaded to follow the balls current position on the pitch, so there is a visible line where the pitch has the full texturing and half which doesn't.

adding to the unfinished feel are squads which are accurate for late july, with a lot of players at the wrong team, again as an eveton fan this is annoying as yakubo and graverson aren't present, and the england squad doesn't resemble any of maclarens current squad choices, when you consider the release date for the game this kind of lack of detail is not up to the high standards expected of konami.

the overal game play is solid, more similar to 5 than 6, which in my opinion is a good thing, but gameplay will always be subjective. one new addition is the delay on taking freekicks, you now need to wait for the ref to blow the whistle, which can become very frustration. there is also a bug where your player can jump from one animation to the next, eg go to slide tackle, then nothing happens and he appears lying on the floor a second later. the masters league has had a few tweaks in appeareance but remain very similar to 5.
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