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PES 2015 Review – Scores on the field
It is still too to say that PES is’ all the way back again “far but PES 2015 allows the series in any case a strong start to the new generation of consoles. The game leave them in places where we do a bit are used to from Konami, as in the presentation and in the absence of many large licenses. The addition of MyClub response to FIFA’s Ultimate Team game mode is nice, but the mode still lacks a little refinement. Konami can, however, build on here too. Most importantly, the basic gameplay is in order, and that is in PES 2015 certainly the case. The game manages to real football better approach than its major competitor, thanks to excellent football intelligence in the AI players around you. And with PES 2015 scored an important goal, exactly where really does not matter.
Best football simulation
As players play themselves
Many game modes
Improve Dotting in gameplay
Tweakers zegt: goed!
Price at time of publication: € 55, –
“Yes, but PES is for real footballers.” It was a few years ago a little ‘Godwin’ in discussions between fans of football games FIFA and PES. Where FIFA hard pruning benefited from the much larger purse Electronic Arts, scored the smaller Konami with what happened on the field itself. For licensing, great gameplay and a flashy presentation you could at FIFA again, but you wanted the best football simulation, then go. You could not get the ‘footie’ by the Japanese That position was not retained Unfortunately for Konami. After PES 2006 it went downhill with ‘Pro Evo’ and since then sit loyal fans wait for Konami knows the way up again.
On the previous generation of consoles that road seemed found a few times, but never led one of the latest releases to a permanent increase. It does not help that Konami everything arrives on that one crucial thing: gameplay. PES will everything around it does not quickly win FIFA. Konami simply has the money and the manpower not to deliver such a product like the game that we have come to expect from EA. The fight must be settled between the white lines. That puts Konami also filled in. Not for nothing grabbed the Japanese this year with their new motto for PES: ‘The pitch is ours. ”
Kudos Konami may be fixed stabbing in his pocket: the studio seems to have done well to skip a year. Where FIFA last year made the move to the new consoles, Konami kept it for PES 2014 still with the old generation. No crazy stuff, just an evolution of the game from a year earlier. The rest of the chips was deployed on the trump card that PES 2015 is called, and indeed would appear for all platforms. Last year we even showed us critical of this choice, and we were wondering if Konami was to be taken more seriously. A year later, we know better. FIFA 14 was, in retrospect, hardly a next-gen game, FIFA 15 has so much to see. That saw the men of Konami arrive much earlier. “We only come in 2014 with a game for the PS4 and Xbox One, because we do not feel that we have been able to deliver a game that does justice to the capabilities of the hardware in 2013,” was the statement at E3 2013. They were right, we were wrong.Viewing:-240
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