Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PSP)
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- Platform: Sony PSP
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- Media: Video Game
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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. Fernando Torres was born in Madrid in 1984, and gained acclaim by helping Spain win the Under 16 UEFA European Championships in 2001 scoring the only goal in the final against France. His pace and prowess in front of goal saw him signed by AtlÃ©tico de Madrid as an 11-year-old, making his mark in the first team from the age of 17 and scoring 82 goals in 214 league appearances for the club.
- 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.
- 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 both the Champions League and Europa Leagues in its content, offering a complete season for players to enjoy. Success in the Master League will see players streamed into these competitions. The lure of European football can also be used to attract stronger players to your side, with transfer dealings and contracts now significantly more realistic in their use.
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Top Customer Reviews
There is only one major one really
- Scoring goals from headers is REALLY hard. This includes crosses, corners and free kicks which require you to put the ball into the box. This is a bit of a pain. The players often seem to head the ball wide, alot of times, just by a few inches.(this might be a bug i don't know). This means you have to keep the ball down on the ground more often and this takes some enjoyment out of the game. the small positive here is that it's the same for the AI teams aswell.
Other small annoyances: there is only 1 stadium in the whole game; there are no match highlights after a game- Now that it's missing I realise how great this feature was.( but you can still save your goals etc). But these things are because PSP's limitations as a handheld console and there's not too much that can be done about it.
Also, you should know this game has no online mode.
-The game play is Fantastic! like it used to be. The movement of players and the flow of the game is very smooth(a little Fifa like). The graphics are good considering it is a PSP game. They look similar to the old PES 6 graphics( on the consoles).
- Become a Legend mode- This is where you play as a young newcomer. You start at the lowest level and try to impress scouts of bigger clubs. I really like this mode and find it's better than fifa's Be a pro mode. It is more challenging and realistic.
- club profiles, player profiles and stats are updated( as you'd expect).Read more ›
Unfortunately I can not do the same with the PSP version. Poor game play to the extent that I would say it is no different to 2008 and maybe worse. I have always felt that this version does lack the R2 button and it has never been more apparent than here when trying to take players on. It also lacks any sensible AI such as players moving off the ball (if you have played the PS3 version you may notice the players running to get on the end of crosses and moving forward especially with the use of that R2 button again).
Further more the one redeeming thing I expected about this game was the Master League. I was wide of mark here. The format is the same as previous versions rather than this new style with a youth team and starting with the squad. However, good luck trying to sign anyone who is any good when you start!
I don't want to ramble on but I would strongly recommended avoiding this game. If you really want PES on the PSP get an older cheaper version!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Decent game and although I love PES - this just seemed like I was playing the old versions with updated playersPublished on 25 May 2013 by H
its great but could be better if the players had real boots on them and commentators as well to make it even betterPublished on 6 Sept. 2011 by d-man