Since 1990, EA (FIFA) and Konami (PES) have been battling for the front seat in football games. Both have great differences, and have captured the hearts of different people. PES is known to be popular among hardcore gamers because of its immense depth in game play, while FIFA is said to be popular for casual gamers. |
The problem with Pro Evolution Soccer is that it has lost it depth for the past few years, allowing FIFA to gain the front seat in football game. 2010 has been a great year for console gaming, especially with the release of the motion sensing controllers. The fight for the front seat in this industry for 2010 is still up for grabs, and the advanced game console is making the battle more exciting.
FIFA had received impressive reviews from IGN.com for the past few years, and even this year was great for EA and FIFA 11. However, there is still a question as to whether these game reviewers do know how football is being played in Europe. Most game review websites are based in the USA. I can remember a game reviewer from UK saying that FIFA 11 is “A gorgeous woman without a personality”. The game may seem perfect for an hour or two, but if you start to look at the deeper side of the game, you can see that FIFA is not perfect at all.
Seabass, the head developer of the game Pro Evolution Soccer, has released the full demo of PES 2011 this year, and can be downloaded exclusively by users of Playstation 3. During the announcement of the release, you can see in his face that he and his team have created something that will take football gaming to the next level. I haven’t played the demo yet, but this is definitely something that every football fan should keep an eye on.
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