It's arguably the darkest outing in the Zelda series, and one that changes the formula in unique ways. Read our review!
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Review
We take Techland's best zombie outing to-date for a rooftops spin and love almost every minute of it!
Good Night, Good Luck, Great Game - Dying Light Review!
We chat with Blizzard's Justin Klinchuch about taking HotS from alpha to beta and beyond!
Heroes of the Storm Developer Interview
We take Visceral's cops and robbers spin on Battlefield for a run in multiplayer!
Hands-On with Battlefield: Hardline's Multiplayer!
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:23am 05/05/10 | 3 Comments
Konami have boldly announced they've attacked their own core gameplay system for their popular Pro Evolution series, and have transformed the game to make it the "most ambitious redesign in the series' history".
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...
Konami sent through an absolutely mammoth list of changes, which we have available for your perusal here, but there's also a brand-new trailer for the game you can get a look at right here.




pro evolutiontrailerkonami





Latest Comments
natslovR
Posted 11:31am 05/5/10
Guess they had to do something with FIFA being considered a better game. It was ok for all those years when they may not have had the licensing but they did have better gameplay

must've really sucked recently not having either
elysium187
Posted 11:36am 06/5/10
For me PES 2009 was the pinnacle. I'm still playing it! 200 hours clocked.

There was some niggles that needed to be addressed like player clipping issues, excessive offsides and slightly rigid movement but PES 2010 changed almost EVERYTHING and just felt like it was made by a different company.

Here's hoping they retain the pace and one-touch play of the old games.

For some reason scoring in FIFA just doesn't offer the same sense of satisfaction. And it's far too easy to be dispossessed.
Commenting has been locked for this item.