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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
3.7 out of 5 stars 113 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003NSBMHG
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 8 Oct. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,339 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 3

The PES range has long been regarded as offering incredible realism and control, but PES 2011 will reinvigorate the series with the most advanced raft of gameplay additions, control options, and animations to meet the evolution of real-life football. Central to its total freedom of play, PES 2011 introduces a power bar for each player that allows the user to determine the exact strength and placement of every pass and shot. Balls can now be spread absolutely anywhere with utter precision, with long balls into space, short passes to feet and intricate one-twos allowing the player to dictate play and control the tempo of a match.

This freedom of play is also extended via new AI routines designed to place every move and decision in the player's hands. No longer will assisted AI intervene during matches; users will now need to sense and react to threats; and passes will not automatically reach the nearest player. Instead, all-new routines facilitate complete control both of the player and their chosen actions in every respect to give the player sublime control over every movement.

Key to PES 2011's new approach is a specially-designed control system that allows total control over every element of play. The triangulation of passes and making space using clever runs becomes paramount, and build-up play is everything. Likewise, dribbling and close control are tougher to master, and the days of making streaking runs through the centre of the park are over, as PES mirrors the real-life football.

The result is the most complete and realistic PES to date. PES 2011 delivers an evolved experience that still has the key PES ethos of skill and realism at its core.

PES 2011 features a myriad of additions, all designed to enhance the overall experience. The game's difficulty level has been upped thanks to the greater control on offer, while new camera angles showcase the game's stunning visuals


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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Finally, it's here. PES is back!

I will try to make this short and to the point:

Game:
The original setting is just OK, however you can change the speed of the game to suit your needs.

Attacking:
Feels natural, game build up is essential, you cannot take Messi and pass 6 defenders with him.
Shooting and passing feels natural, you need to practice a bit because you do have total control over direction and height (true total freedom).

Defence:
Needs time to get used to. You need to do more than pressing X and waiting for player to take the ball. You need to time charges and "shadow" opposite player for more effective defending. I like it but it will keep me irritated for few days :) It's not as easy as it was before!

Tricks:
Yeah baby :) You can link them in killer combinations BUT do not think it's easy. You need enough space, well skilled player and a bit of luck to dance with ball for few seconds. The defence never sleeps.

I won't write about the competitions, leagues, you know it already from previews and other reviews.
Let me just say that Champions League experience is great :)

The most important question is: is it better than Fifa 11?

Fifa is really really good but so is PES.

These two games are offering slightly different approach to football and you really need to try both to decide which one suits you more.

It's like asking which cameras are better: Canon or Nikon...

I spend last 12 months playing Fifa because it was MUCH better than PES.
This year I decided to come back and so far I have no regrets.

PES is really back :)
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The PES series has seen many problems since PES 6. And the old days are long gone. Great memories when PES was great.
But since 08 , the game has been suffering from , lack of animation , lack of freedom. In recent years FIFA has taken the top spot, a game which once was inferior by far. It was sad times for PES fans. And last year only added to the wound. The game was robotic
ridgid. And not very fun after a while. But this big promises and changes were announced , and it was for us fans to see weather they
had deleivered.

I have been playing FIFA since , and it deserves to be top right now. So when i played PES 2011 , i had high expectations.
And for me i was astonished at the amount of change. Konami had made a complete overhual of the game. In fact the game seemed to
go back to how it was PES 5 days.

The new passing system is brilliant. It has slowed down the pace of the game , which can be changed into five speeds. The passing system
in PES seesm to abolish ping pong passing , which football games have suffered from. I now need to look who i am passing to
and measure it .
The freedom element to this game is fantastic . The ball can be placed anywhere i want.

Player animations are much much better , last years robotic and clunky animations made it a very rigid experiance. Finally now the players feel much more life like and move much better. However they need to improve , and i feel that FIFA still has it better.
But at least PES now feels next gen.
We have been promised 360 passing and dribbling for 2 years , and we have failed to see it implemented. But this year im happy to say its there.
The movement needs to be more fluid and more smoother, i still beleive FIFA is a notch better in the dept.
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pro evo has been on a downward spiral since the pes 6 days, so i really hoped this game would be getting it back on track. unfortunately it falls well short. it can be fun at times but the flaws in the game make it more frustrating than fun. i'm just going to talk about the gameplay, because thats all that matters to me. much has been said about the master league and game modes. as for the commentary, lack of licenses etc. if you love pro evo, then you know these things arent important.

pros-

the graphics are very good and the animations are realistic.
the new passing system is excellent, it will drive you insane at first as you stroke pass after pass out of play, but once you get used to it youll be pinging passes all over the park. but you have to ditch the d-pad and use the stick, or youll struggle to get it to work.
keepers now seem to have grown hands again, and are able to catch balls now which is good.
new tactics setup is at first a bit tricky but works well.
online is much improved, have played many games with virtually no lag. but they dont deserve a pat on the back for this. other games have been lag free online for years and the fact its taken them this long is a disgrace.

cons-

shooting is hopeless. the passing system has a great feel to it but the shooting is completely the opposite! shots feel floaty, the real thunderbolts you could occasionally hit in the older games are long gone and the lightest tap on the button sends the ball into the stand, time after time! you can be facing goal, not a defender near you and itll still end up blazed over or wide, its so frustrating. just try it, go into training against just a keeper and take shots from distance. it will take you 5 mins to realise its all wrong.
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