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PES 2010: Pro Evolution Soccer

Released on 23 October 2009

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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PES 2010 is the pinnacle of football games! After listening to the feedback from thousands of PES fans, PES 2010 benefits from a raft of new additions and changes, one of the most important of which is the inclusion of 360-degree control that further elevates the unrivalled realism of the title. The 360-degree control system allows players to spread the ball with ease, opening up new attacking and defensive possibilities.

Enhanced Realism: PES 2010 delivers a pace of game in tune with football played at the highest level. Triangulation of passes and use of off-the-ball runs are key to breaking down the opposition, forcing the player to use the strengths of their team mates to create scoring opportunities. Gone are 'soft' goals that can be used to break the deadlock - instead, only working the channels and the precision play expected of great players will make a difference.

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. As such, he is labeled a "Fox In The Box" and "Goal Poacher", in line with his prowess in both scoring and setting up goals.

    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.

      customer Reviews

       Average rating (6 reviews)

       CLASS GAME!!

      | | See all Lobz123's reviews (6)

      THE KING IS BACK! They have really upped the new version by a good few notches since pes 2009. Graphics are better, gameplay is smoother an much more realistic and the detail on player charactersitcs make it really fun to play with the likes of rooney, torres, robinho and ronaldo. It's miles ahead of FIFA 10 for the PC and if its kits your worried about it gets better as you can download extras and edit to your hearts content. Overall epic game, i can't get enough of this new pro!

       Extremely frustrating

      | | See all Ranvir's reviews (6)

      This has got to be the worst Pro Evo I've ever played. Everything in this game is just frustrating. You press a button and the action happens 2 seconds later. It's impossible to dribble and take on players, hard to get shots off and is in general slow. The difficulty levels are mismanaged, regular is way to easy and in professional it's hard to even get into the opposition's penalty area.
      Buy PES 2008 or 2009 instead. Those games are actually fun.
      Avoid if you want an entertaining game.

       Another Frustrating PES

      | | See all Dave180284's reviews (1)

      I agree with another reviewer here, PES 2010 is a very frustrating experience.

      The core of its problem; the controls which are unresponsive. More often than not players are slow to carry out your commands. This is most frustrating when trying to create some slick one touch passing and your players keep inexplicably taking a touch.

      When not in possession the AI players seem a bit more clever than in previous PES's. However it frustrates again, when trying to select a player it rarely chooses the closest to the ball. Often a midfielder will be selected before a striker to close down a goal kick, with sometimes 3 or 4 button presses before it selects the correct player( too late by then of course). I find this even more strange as this problem has popped up in previous PES games and been fixed since, until now.

      Other (minor) problems are firstly the crowd. They chant (or drone would be more accurate) the same 1 or 2 chants over and over and over throughout the whole match. Strangely the only respite you get from this constant, repetitive, droning hell is when you score a goal; then it goes completely silent! Its so bizarre and kills any sense of atmosphere.

      Secondly the animation is starting to look a bit ropey, don't think its been updated for a few years.

      Thirdly the goalkeeper AI seems to have regressed to moronic, they will generally not move off their line unless called out. Again strange, as they were not bad in previous titles.

      Final very minor gripe, no aggregate score displayed in CL matches, grrr!

      This is a very disappointing release from the PES team. There are great improvements in graphics, tactics, licensing, and playing modes. While this may look good from a marketing point of view, I, and most other PES fans have only ever bought PES for one thing; gameplay. Unfortunately this is the one thing that doesn't seem to be improving :(

       Step down

      | | See all RyanBarton's reviews (1)

      I truly believe this is a step down from PES 2009. The in play graphics are better, but this is the only thing that I believe has really improved the game for the PC. There are many things that have let me down. The commentary has deteriorated, something I believed couldn't actually happen. It feels like whenever you receive the ball, you're forced to make a first time pass because the CPU is already on top of you before the receiving player has even controlled the ball. The delayed reactions of your actions makes this even worse. The game came out nearly 2 months into the season and yet there are some teams that haven't even had one new transfer added to their squad. I could go on. I will just continue to play PES 2009 with a custom mod installed over it.

       PES10

      | | See all KEBBLES's reviews (3)

      I'll keep this short - BRILLIANT!!!!!
      Realism (yes, it's tough), top gameplay, increased AI (significantly), better graphics, better interface. To those that have mentioned delay with controls - RUBBISH! Players now act and perform moves when their bodies are in the natural position to do so. I'm a TOP player and find Professional setting quite demanding - what I've been waiting for! BUY THIS GAME!!!!! (Not that short then.....)

      Rating3+ (PEGI)