Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Demo
Pro Evolution Soccer comes back with lots of new and improved features for the 2010 edition which aim to provide a fresh dose of realism to this prolific franchise.
Fully licensed UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 or Winning Eleven 2010 as it's called in Japan, is the ninth installment in the franchise and a true contender for the more popular FIFA 10 title from Electronic Arts.
For the 2010 edition, Konami managed to reinvent the wheel and bring a fresh experience for all PES fans including revised and improved visuals, animations and moves, better player animations and a more realistic gameplay.
Although the series doesn't come with too many licensed clubs, it makes up with the exclusive UEFA Champions League license that gives you the opportunity to lead your team through the most important European tournament.
Moreover, with this installment, Konami also managed to license the second best tournament in Europe, the UEFA Europa League, both of these tournaments being included in the Master League mode.
Improved visuals, AI, team chants, and tactics
From a gameplay perspective, PES 2010 learned from past mistakes and now features more versatile goalkeepers and a better AI thanks to the latest Teamvision 2.0 engine that also tweaks referees actions for more balanced calls during gameplay.
Crowds have also received a bit of an overhaul and will now make their presence more noticeable by reacting or starting to sing according to the action on the pitch.
With over 250 squads and more than half of them officially licensed, PES 2010 is making efforts to bring its fans the best soccer experience possible. Moreover, for the first time, the soundtrack comes with 27 licensed songs, while the English commentary is provided by the same Jon Champion and Mark Lawrenson.
A realistic soccer experience
With improved physics, AI, polished visuals and new tactics options Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 manages to add even more realism to the game than any other installment in the franchise. As you all know, it all comes to the action on the pitch, and with this chapter PES 2010 manages to provide the best experience ever.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Demo was reviewed by Cosmin Anton, last updated on July 23rd, 2014