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PES 2011 Guide - How to Play PES 2011 on Xbox 360

Yes, PES 2011 is coming! Do you want to play 2011 on Xbox 360? Well, I will show you PES 2011 guide and then you will know how to play PES 2011 on Xbox 360. I think PES 2011 is great game! I can't wait!

PES 2011 Guide on Xbox 360 - Information

Name:
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011

Platform:
Xbox 360 (also available on Wii, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PSP and PC)

Description:
The PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER franchise has long been regarded as offering incredible realism and control, however PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2011 will reinvigorate the series with the most advanced set of improved gameplay additions, control options and to catch up with the evolution of the real-life soccer... ..

Genre:
Sports

No. Of Offline Players
1

Online enabled:
Yes

Developer:
Winning Eleven Productions

Miscellaneous:
Publisher: Konami

Other Names:
PES 2011, PES 2011: Pro Evolution Soccer, Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2011

PES 2011 Guide on Xbox 360 - Pitch

Due for release in the autumn, PES 2011 has been astounding football fans with its free-flowing, unfettered gameplay. Total control is the new game’s mantra, and PES 2011 delivers this with an all-new power gauge system wherein players govern the strength and position of every pass. Total 360-degree control adds a layer of realism to the series.

PES 2011 Guide on Xbox 360 - Storyline

Konami's football sim is known as Winning Eleven in Japan, and has been seen yearly updates in its current format since 2001. It was born out of Konami's International Superstar Soccer series of the 1990s. It may not have the detail of its EA rival, but purists insist that it is still the most realistic football sim.

PES 2011 Guide on Xbox 360 - Note

Gamescom is a fantastic chance to see the latest games due out over the coming year, letting us get a glimpse into what are going to be the big titles and the ones to avoid like the plague.

The big problem however, is that for most of the titles that glimpse is, well, just that. At the show you'll get to play a level here or a multiplayer map there.

So with that in mind we present you with our Quick Play.

What we've done is broken down the key facts you need to know and then given you our first impressions based on around 15 minutes of gaming. For us that 15 minutes isn't enough to do a First Look review. How can you rate a game that offers over 30 hours of gaming on just 15 minutes of play? However, it should hopefully give you an idea, a feeling, a notion, of what to expect come launch day.

PES 2011 Guide on Xbox 360 - How to Play PES 2011 on Xbox 360

Tricks and feints play a slightly more prominent role this time around, though it's questionable whether this is necessarily for the best. Being able to create and customise your own link feints and map them to the right stick certainly looks pretty neat when you can pull it off, but it's questionable whether your average defensive clogger should be able to pull off a Step Over Dummy and Sideways Scissors at the drop of a hat. Sometimes, Konami, less is more.

Sadly in the case of PES' ongoing licensing poverty, less is definitely not more. The rather apologetic inclusion of a few more official licenses of the bigger teams (such as Bayern Munich) does not make up for having to play as London United or Merseyside Reds.

Fortunately, the presence of real player names and some spot-on player likenesses swiftly helps negate the initial disappointment. Directly compared to the mighty FIFA, it's likely that many of you will actually prefer Konami's crisper, more vibrant visual approach - especially when you're playing two similarly coloured teams. Certainly, no-one can have any complaints about the front-end anymore, with its slick minimalism and roster of excellent tunes to nod along to. It's like they listened and everything.

Long term PES fans are also likely to be pulling their shirts over their heads and running around the living room at the thought of an online Master League. Needless to say, time limitations and the fact that the servers only went online on September 30 prevent us from giving detailed first-hand experiences, but you'd bet your house on it, given how well it works offline.

Bidding against each other for the best players, in particular, will give an already hugely addictive, absorbing mode an entirely new dimension. Traditional online play, though, we were able to test just prior publication, and found it extremely easy to get up and running, and pleasingly lag tolerant. On the downside, it's a little short on options for an online game in 2010, and is definitely an area Konami could improve dramatically in the future.


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