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Reviewer:
Couchpotatoe
Reviews:
0
Votes:
5 (80% helpful)

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  1.  Next-Gen Evolution

    Posted: 

    The only thing holding Pro Evolution Soccer back from its first release on the PlayStation was its licences and incorrect names. This has become no problem now with 4 officially licensed Leagues and variety of licensed international squads, Pro Evolution Soccer is yet again, another success.

    Now with its first release on the 'Next-Gen' consoles the PES series is challenging users once again with its gripping game play and stunning graphics which should keep PES fans satisfied until its next release.

    One major set back within the 360 version is the very poor Edit Mode available but this shouldn't hold anybody back. For the first time it seems worthwhile winning the various Cups & Leagues available to unlock Gamerscore points which is then credited to your 360 Gamertag.

    There is definite room for improvement by the time Pro Evolution Soccer 7 is out in October but this is a great start for Konami on the 'next-gen' consoles.

    Priced at £17.99 it's money well worth spending

  2.  Essential!

    Posted: 

    To simply put it, a must have for all Xbox 360 users. Basically, this comes with a rechargeable battery pack that allows use to charge your controller through the console itself. In the long run this is a definite money saver and that is why I stress it is a must for all Xbox 360 users

  3.  Evolving yet again

    Posted: 

    The only thing holding Pro Evolution Soccer back from its first release on the PlaySation was its licences and incorrect names. This has become no problem now with 4 officially licensed Leagues and variety of licensed international squads, Pro Evolution Soccer is yet again, another success.

    Now with its first release on the 'Next-Gen' consoles the PES series is challenging users once again with its gripping game play and stunning graphics which should keep PES fans satisfied until its next release.

    One major set back within the 360 version is the very poor Edit Mode available but this shouldn't hold anybody back. For the first time it seems worthwhile winning the various Cups & Leagues available to unlock Gamerscore points which is then credited to your 360 Gamertag.

    There is definite room for improvement by the time Pro Evolution Soccer 7 is out in October but this is a great start for Konami on the 'next-gen' consoles.