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 Gameguru Mania News - Sep,17 2009 -  
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 demo - demo
(hx) 11:53 AM EDT - Sep,17 2009 - Post a comment / read (2)
As promised, Konami has released a playable demo of Pro Evolution Soccer allowing you to try out this football simulation game. The demo features six teams to play with: Liverpool FC, FC Barcelona, Spain, Italy, France and Germany. Mirrors: FilePlay, GH.
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(11:57 AM EDT - Sep,17 2009 )
the first thoughts and observations on this year’s version:


* The game has licenced music! When you load the demo, copyright notices come up for the featured artists contained within the demo: The Chemical Brothers, Kaiser Chiefs, The Telephones, and Delphic. Something PES has been missing for years!
* The presentation is fantastic; slick, responsive, attractive.
* Although you can only select ‘Exhibition’ on the main menu, there is a ‘Community’ section which is greyed out in the demo.
* The demo can be played with up to four players
* The graphics are great, very solid and detailed. Players stand and move like their real life counterparts… Check out the classic Gerrald stance.
* No commentary on the demo
* Penalties are now taken from a side-on camera, and you get a brief tutorial screen for how to take and save penalties - you are now told to use the dpad for direction. The keeper feels much more responsive for penalties.
* You can move the keeper a couple of sidesteps left and right along the goal line at a penalty.
* Attacking player runs are much improved, you can really watch them striding alongside and infront of you for the ball. INCREDIBLE IMPROVEMENT
* The pause menu sounds are much more subtle and quieter than previous versions, this is a great change imo.
* The 360-direction movement feels nice. I was worried it would take some getting used to, but it just makes movement feel smoother and less on rails.
* When taking a corner, the camera is in the same place as usual (behind the player taking the corner), but the camera now moves to the penalty box a lot quicker and smoother than before. Nice touch.
* Player animations when receiving and passing the ball are much improved.
* I cannot remember if this was in PES 2009, but their are now linesmen who run along the lines alongside your players.
* The crowd interaction is much better. The crowd now cheers and claps when you make a vital tackle in your own half, and excitement builds audibly when you’re in the oppositions box.
* The ball physics seem more real than ever.
* The is no movie or adverts after you play a match, so you can keep playing demo games over and over.

teverlia(06:38 AM EDT - Oct,14 2009 )
What are good soccer commentary tips? I have a project that involves creating a podcast for a non-professional soccer team. Another person is working with me as the play-by play commentator (we have to do this live, at the game) while I'll be the "expert" or "color" commentary. Problem is, I don't know a huge amount about soccer techniques except for the basics. Anyone got any tips that would make me sound smart?
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