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New UK Sales Chart Released: F1 2013 Beats Out Wind Waker HD Remake

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The latest edition of the UK Video Game Sales Charts has been released and sees formula racing game F1 2013 debut at 3rd place behind FIFA 14 still gripping onto #1 after landing there last week and Grand Theft Auto V maintaining its reign as the #2 highest selling game in the UK. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker manages to enter a very high position for a High Definition Remake as Nintendo releases the game to become the #4 highest selling game in the UK last week.

Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition sits at #5 a considerable amount of time after release and the rest of the Top 10 are rounded out by Disney Infinity, NBA 2K14, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Just Dance 2014 from Ubisoft, and Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 which debuted at #4 and is published by Konami as a direct competitor to EA’s FIFA 14.

All formats
Week ending 5 October 2013
POS.  TITLE  PUBLISHER  LAST
WEEK 
1 FIFA 14 EA SPORTS 1
2 GRAND THEFT AUTO V ROCKSTAR 2
3 F1 2013 CODEMASTERS
4 THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: THE WIND WAKER NINTENDO
5 MINECRAFT: XBOX 360 EDITION MICROSOFT 3
6 DISNEY INFINITY DISNEY INFINITY 6
7 NBA 2K14 2K SPORTS
8 TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL: BLACKLIST UBISOFT 7
9 JUST DANCE 2014 UBISOFT
10 PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2014 KONAMI 4
11 SAINTS ROW IV DEEP SILVER 8
12 THE LAST OF US SONY COMPUTER ENT. 5
13 LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE 13
14 MAX PAYNE 3 ROCKSTAR 15
15 DIABLO III BLIZZARD 9
16 CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II ACTIVISION 11
17 RAYMAN LEGENDS UBISOFT 10
18 ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW LEAF NINTENDO 20
19 TOMB RAIDER SQUARE ENIX 19
20 MEDAL OF HONOR: WARFIGHTER EA GAMES

[Source: GP]

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Review

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 is the latest installment of one of the most popular Sports franchises out there. Remaining in the Top 5 UK Sales Charts even as time goes on and the release week is in its rear-view mirror, this title has brought some mixed opinions from gamers worldwide. I’m here to give a fresh perspective to the game in the following RealGamerNewz review which will be blunt and honest and give a more informative viewpoint on what PES 2014 is all about.

Gameplay / Controls: The excitement of PES 2014 really comes to a high level when players build their own team in Master League mode through negotiations / transfers, then go on to play as this team in matches earning money back on the budget and aiming towards title accomplishments such as being #1 in the League and having players picked up for the Nationals. The fun factor is very high as controls are tight and matches are intense, giving a great rewarding feeling to launching shots into the enemy’s goal. The tutorials do well to teach newcomers what’s going on, and challenges are meant to allow veterans to sharpen up their skills while earning a greater sense of strategy / tactics along the way. Master League allows players to play as the manager as well as the team, but skipping matches speeds things up at the risk of taking a Loss or Draw due to the random factor.

In Become A Legend mode gamers walk through the shoes of a single Soccer player while going through his career, earning a name for himself, and working with the teams he becomes part of symbiotically. Become A Legend mode also allows you to play as your alter ego for the an alternative experience and features some interesting moments of gameplay including being subbed out when you’re fatigue is low as well as a sense of ‘co-op-etition’ (co-operation mixed with competitive elements) among the other players on your team.

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Artificial Intelligence / Difficulty: PES 2014 is not exactly a casual video game you’re just going to pick up and be amazing at. Even at lower difficulty levels you won’t so much as pass the ball up-field without a tremendous effort until you begin to grasp the core elements of the game. At times it seems as if every one of your teammates is so obsessed with getting the  ball for themselves that they don’t even perform any type of blocking. You’ll get rushed by a bunch of opponents at once and they’ll just be standing there like “I’m open man” even though your player has no possible chance of passing the ball without it being stolen. That being said, Exhibitions are by far the most gruesome experience. One thing that was really fascinating about this game is that the morale of your team and the crowd’s cheering / jeering from the stands greatly effects the competence of your player and his teammates.

Forming your own team in Master League mode and drafting really good players avoids a lot of headaches. The pleasure and mastery really begins at this point. Oh, and another thing – fouls are really easy to achieve if you use anything besides the most lightweight attempts at stealing the ball. I personally broke three people’s legs in my first match before I realized this game is meant for delicate and precisely planned actions, that goes for shooting goals too. Overall the A.I. is very good but players with low stats or experience are just not good teammates, players worth a million or more are very good teammates. The lesson here is to pay the extra and dump the cheap players from your roster. As far as the accuracy and precision requirement, it is very frustrating at first but extremely enjoyable once you master it. The payoff makes the difficulty of this game worth it and the learning curve isn’t really that hard it’s just frustrating mentally to watch yourself be so bad at a game straight away.

Graphics / Art Direction: PES 2014 is a good looking game. Like all games, it doesn’t really look anywhere near as good as the screenshots make it out to be. Some issues exist in the graphics including repetitive animations. Sometimes all players do the same body movements at exactly the same time in sync with each other. This doesn’t occur in the middle of a match but rather when a flag is called, or ball goes out of bounds, or during other moments in the game so it’s strictly an aesthetic issue and does not effect the Soccer gameplay itself. There are also some frame rate issues. The game’s graphics rendering will stutter at times. However, once again this is an issue that does not exist during the actual Soccer gameplay and only other parts of the title. Playing Soccer is a graphically pleasing experience that looks pretty flawless and photo-realistic. The art direction of the game is photo-realism, and PES 2014 does a great job of this while you are actually playing the Sport it simulates.

Soundtrack, Audio, Voice: Commentary in the game is done with some very realistic voice-over work. The broadcasters of the matches are usually right on point with their comments and quips. Most of the time the voice-overs are queued in sync with the action on-screen. Unfortunately, like most Sports titles players will still hear that one-off random comment from a broadcaster that is out of place to what’s going on in the match.

Sometimes sounds stutter outside of gameplay moments, such as when transitioning from a replay back to the action. Everything will go silent for less than a quarter of a second, then the sound will return. Again, we are happy to see this glitch does not occur during the actual Soccer match – it will only bother gamers slightly and won’t interfere with their gameplay experience (which is good, but the glitch existing at all still hurts the overall experience a bit).

Stadiums and Teams:

There’s 18 stadiums in the game, 13 of which are licensed and the other 5 are including generic stadiums such as ‘The Konami Stadium’ and ‘Royal London Stadium’. You’ll also have access to the following teams below including the Italian League, Portugal League, Brazilian League, Argentine Primera Division, Chilean Primera Division, Latin American Teams, the AFC Champions League, and more.

English League:

  • North London
  • West Midlands Village
  • South Wales
  • London FC
  • South Norwood
  • Merseyside Blue
  • West London White
  • Yorkshire Orange
  • Merseyside Red
  • Man Blue
  • Manchester United (licensed)
  • Tyneside
  • Norfolk City
  • Hampshire Red
  • The Potteries
  • Wearside
  • West Glamorgan City
  • North East London
  • West Midlands Stripes
  • East London

Ligue 1 (full license):

  • AC Ajaccio
  • SC Bastia
  • Girondins De Bordeaux
  • Evian Thonon Gaillard
  • EA Guingamp
  • LOSC Lille
  • FC Lorient
  • Olympique Lyonnais
  • Olympique De Marseille
  • AS Monaco FC
  • Montpellier Herault SC
  • FC Nantes
  • OGC Nice
  • Paris Saint-Germain
  • Stade De Reims
  • Stade Rennais FC
  • AS Saint-Etienne
  • FC Sochaux-Montbeliard
  • Toulouse FC
  • Valenciennes FC

Italian League (all teams licensed):

  • Atalanta B.C
  • Bologna FC
  • Cagliari Calcio
  • Calcio Catania
  • A.C. Chievo Verona
  • ACF Fiorentina
  • Genoa CFC
  • Inter
  • Juventus F.C.
  • S.S. Lazio
  • A.S. Livorno
  • A.C. Milan
  • S.S.C. Napoli
  • Parma F.C.
  • A.S. Roma
  • U.C Sampdoria
  • Sassuolo
  • Torino F.C.
  • Udinese Calcio
  • Verona

Eredivisie (full license):

  • ADO Den Haag
  • Ajax
  • AZ
  • Cambuur Leeuwarden
  • Feyenoord
  • Go Ahead Eagles
  • FC Groningen
  • SC Heerenveen
  • Heracles Almelo
  • NAC Breda
  • N.E.C. Nijmegen
  • PSV
  • RKC Waalwijk
  • Roda JC Kerkrade
  • FC Twente
  • FC Utrecht
  • Vitesse
  • PEC Zwolle

LIGA BBVA (full license):

  • UD Almeria
  • Athletic Club
  • Atletico Madrid
  • FC Barcelona
  • Real Betis
  • Celta De Vigo
  • Elche CF
  • RCD Espanyol
  • Getafe CF
  • Granada CF
  • Levante UD
  • Malaga CF
  • CA Osasuna
  • Rayo Vallecano
  • Real Madrid
  • Real Sociedad
  • Sevilla FC
  • Valencia CF
  • Real Valladolid
  • Villarreal CF

Portugal League:

  • Aratalcao
  • Arimelcao
  • Blemotao
  • SL Benfica (licensed)
  • SC Braga (licensed)
  • Estralpao
  • Gavorence
  • Maseadeira
  • Nardimcol
  • Osquancha
  • Pacos de Ferreira (licensed)
  • FC Porto (licensed)
  • Rovaneche
  • Esportiva
  • Visicutao
  • Verfolcao

Other European Teams (all teams licensed):

  • RSC Anderlecht
  • APOEL FC
  • Sparta Prague
  • FC Copenhagen
  • Nordsjaelland
  • Bayer 04 Leverkusen
  • FC Bayern Munich
  • Schalke 04
  • Olympiacos FC
  • PAOK FC
  • Maccabi Tel Aviv
  • Legia Warsaw
  • CSKA Moscow
  • Zenit St. Petersburg
  • Celtic FC
  • Motherwell FC
  • Galatasaray A.S.
  • Shakhtar Donetsk

Copa Libertadores (full license):

  • Arsenal F.C.
  • Boca Juniors
  • Newell’s Old Boys
  • Tigre
  • C.A. Velez Sarsfeld
  • Club Bolivar
  • San Jose
  • The Strongest
  • Atletico Mineiro
  • SC Corinthians
  • Fluminense FC
  • Gremio
  • Palmeiras
  • Sao Paulo
  • Huachipato
  • Deportes Iquique
  • Universidad De Chile
  • Deportes Tolima
  • Millonarios
  • Santa Fe
  • Barcelona S.C.
  • C.S. Emelec
  • Liga De Quito
  • Leon
  • Tijuana
  • Toluca
  • Cerro Porteno
  • Club Libertad
  • Club Olimpia
  • Real Garcilaso
  • Sporting Cristal
  • Univ. Cesar Vallejo
  • Defensor Sporting
  • Nacional
  • C.A. Penarol
  • Caracas F.C.
  • Deportivo Anzoategui
  • Deportivo Lara

Brazilian League (all teams licensed):

  • Atletico Mineiro
  • Atletico Paranaense
  • EC Bahia
  • Botafogo
  • SC Corinthians
  • Coritiba
  • Cricuma
  • Cruzeiro
  • Flamengo
  • Fluminense FC
  • Goias
  • Gremio
  • SC Internacional
  • Nautico
  • Ponte Preta
  • Portuguesa
  • Santos FC
  • Sao Paulo
  • Vasco Da Gama
  • E.C. Vitoria

Argentine Primera Division (full license):

  • C.A. All Boys
  • Argentinos Juniors
  • Arsenal F.C
  • Atletico De Rafaela
  • C.A. Belgrano
  • Boca Juniors
  • C.A. Colon
  • Estudiantes De La Plata
  • Gimnasia La Plata
  • Godoy Cruz
  • Lanus
  • Newell’s Old Boys
  • Club Olimpo
  • Quilmes Atletico Club
  • Racing Club Avellaneda
  • River Plate
  • Rosario Central
  • San Lorenzo
  • Tigre
  • C.A.Velez Sarsfeld

Chilean Primera Division (full license):

  • Antofagasta
  • Aufax Italiano
  • Cobreloa
  • Cobresal
  • Colo-Colo
  • Everton De Vina Del Mar
  • Huachipato
  • Deportes Iquique
  • Deportivo Nublense
  • O’Higgins
  • Palestino
  • C.S.D. Rangers
  • Santiago Wanderers
  • Union Espanola
  • Union La Calera
  • Universidad Catolica
  • Universidad De Chile
  • Universidad Concepcion

Other Latin American Teams (all teams licensed):

  • Atletico Goianiense
  • Figueirense
  • Palmeiras
  • Sport Recife

AFC Champions League (full license):

  • Central Coast Mariners
  • Beijing Guoan
  • Guangzhou Evergrande
  • Guizhou Renhe
  • Jiangsu Sainty
  • Esteghlal
  • Sepahan
  • Tractorsazi Tabriz
  • Vegalta Sendai
  • Urawa Red Diamonds
  • Kashiwa Reysol
  • Sanfrecce Hiroshima
  • Al Gharafa
  • Al Rayyan
  • El Jaish
  • Lekhwiya
  • Al Ahli
  • Al Ettifaq
  • Al Hilal
  • Al Shabab
  • FC Seoul
  • Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
  • Pohang Steelers
  • Suwon Bluewings
  • Buriram United
  • Muangthong United
  • Al Ain
  • Al Jazira
  • Al Nasr
  • Al Shabab Al Arabi
  • Bunyodkor
  • Pakhtakor

Other Asian Clubs (all teams licensed):

  • Al Ittihad
  • Al Nassr

Extra leagues:

  • PEU League for European region. 20 fictional teams.
  • PLA League for Latin American region. 20 fictional teams.
  • PAS League for Asian region. 20 fictional teams.
  • PDII League for 2nd division. 18 fictional teams.

National teams:

Europe:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina (unlicensed)
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • England
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Montenegro
  • Netherlands
  • Northern Ireland
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Scotland
  • Serbia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • Wales

Africa:

  • Algeria
  • Burkina Faso
  • Cameroon
  • Cote D’Ivoire
  • Egypt
  • Ghana
  • Guinea
  • Mali
  • Morocco
  • Nigeria
  • Senegal
  • South Africa
  • Tunisia
  • Zambia

North & Central America:

  • Costa Rica
  • Honduras
  • Jamaica
  • Mexico
  • Panama
  • United States

South America:

  • Argentina
  • Bolivia
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Columbia
  • Ecuador
  • Paraguay
  • Peru
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela

Asia-Oceania:

  • Australia
  • China
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Japan
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • North Korea
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Korea
  • Thailand
  • UAE
  • Uzbekistan
  • New Zealand

Classic Teams:

  • European Classics
  • World Classics

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Multiplayer Aspect: When taking the Master League mode of the game Online, PES 2014 gets an international community of players to add a more competitive and real feel to playing as a Soccer team manager and team. Exhibitions are also playable online in both Ranked and Friendly format. Other than a few frustrations such as opponents taking a long time in the menu system or pausing the game to go for a beer when the two of you only just started – playing PES 2014 is a decent experience.

Replay Ability: Very High – As with all Sports games, the rules of the game and the natural appeal will never fade. As long as you have two controllers and a friend, or even one controller and a desire to have fun, this game will be replayable for you. There’s nothing holding you back from playing this game for many years to come.

Engine Performance: Medium – There are some problems with the game’s graphics, sound, and animations, but none of this takes place while you are gaming and playing Soccer. All of the engine performance issues occur outside of those crucial moments. During the Soccer gameplay, PES 2014 plays flawlessly. This is puzzling and troubling in some ways, but not enough to avoid enjoying this game if you have an interest in Pro Evolution Soccer. Perhaps a patch could remedy these problems, but we can’t stress enough how great the engine works during Soccer gameplay, thereby cancelling out any issues experienced off the field.

Final Verdict: Far from a bad game, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 brings a compelling experience to the Sports genre for gamers of all kinds to enjoy. Nothing but good times are in store for those who are obsessed with this sport, or those who just love playing Sports video games. The initial shock of a game that doesn’t hold your hand is perhaps a symptom of how bad we’ve become at games as a culture since the recent ‘accessibility’ renaissance of western games. PES 2014’s Master League is the highlight of this title and that mode alone is truly deserving of many gameplay hours. A small amount of glitches that occur when you aren’t on the field hold this game back from becoming a perfect RGN Diamond Game. Overall Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 earns an impressive 9 out of 10, making it one of RGN’s Gold Games.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 9/10

RGN Rating: Gold Game

Developer: PES Productions

Publisher: Konami

Available On: PlayStation 3 / Xbox 360

Coming Soon On: PC / PS2 / PSP

Played On: PlayStation 3

Review Copy Info- A Digital Copy of the game, Online Pass, and Pre-Order DLC were provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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Sales News: FIFA 14 Becomes #1 Selling Game In UK

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Last week we saw Rockstar Games still dominating the UK charts hot off the achievement of becoming the fastest selling game of all time, this week FIFA 14 has accomplished a truly impressive feat by becoming the #1 selling title in the UK for the week ending on September 28, 2013. FIFA 14 is an extremely popular game in the UK, so this isn’t exactly a shocker but will certainly make EA Sports happy. Direct competitor Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 still maintains a respectable slot in the Top 5 from publisher Konami even though it’s currently available for considerably less platforms than FIFA 14, showing that British gamers value their ability to choose from a variety of ‘Football’ (or as the US calls it ‘Soccer’) video game titles.

All formats
Week ending 28 September 2013
POS.  TITLE  PUBLISHER  LAST
WEEK 
1 FIFA 14 EA SPORTS
2 GRAND THEFT AUTO V ROCKSTAR 1
3 MINECRAFT: XBOX 360 EDITION MICROSOFT 6
4 PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 2014 KONAMI 2
5 THE LAST OF US SONY COMPUTER ENT. 3
6 DISNEY INFINITY DISNEY INFINITY 8
7 TOM CLANCY’S SPLINTER CELL: BLACKLIST UBISOFT 5
8 SAINTS ROW IV DEEP SILVER 4
9 DIABLO III BLIZZARD 7
10 RAYMAN LEGENDS UBISOFT 16
11 CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II ACTIVISION 12
12 KINGDOM HEARTS HD 1.5 REMIX SQUARE ENIX 10
13 LEGO BATMAN 2: DC SUPER HEROES WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE 11
14 GRAND THEFT AUTO IV XBOX 360 CLASSICS 13
15 MAX PAYNE 3 ROCKSTAR 15
16 NEED FOR SPEED MOST WANTED EA GAMES 17
17 SKYLANDERS GIANTS SKYLANDERS
18 ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES SEGA 9
19 TOMB RAIDER SQUARE ENIX
20 ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW LEAF NINTENDO

[Source: GP]

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PES 2014 – TV Commercial [HD 1080P]

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The TV Commercial of PES 2014.

 

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 is Now Available for PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360

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Konami’s latest installment of world renowned sports series Pro Evolution Soccer has released today. PES 2014 is now available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in stores and will also be coming to digital distribution services Steam, PlayStation Network, and Xbox Live as a downloadable title this October 2013. PES 2014 runs on the new Fox Engine from Kojima Productions giving it an advanced look and feel.

The game will also be released in the near future for Windows PC, PlayStation Portable (Sony PSP), and PlayStation 2. Today Konami has released the following information regarding specific details of the title for those who want to know more.

Excerpt from Official Press Release:

“PES 2014 reworks every element of play, creating a fresh and energetic new standard for football titles. In addition to noticeably improved graphics and fluid animation, the thrust of the new system’s power redefines the way football is played on a home system. All-new AI is also in place. While the individuality of key players has been perfectly recreated, team AI has been enhanced to ensure favored teams play just as they do in real life. Online modes are also enhanced in PES 2014. The popular Master League Online mode is available and will feature a realistic working budget cap. Additionally, users can now take their “Become a Legend” avatars to online match rooms, while the long awaited 11 vs 11 will be available shortly after release.

The six key features of Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 include:

· TrueBall Tech: PES 2014 centers everything thing on the ball: how it moves and how players use it. First touch and sublime control is what sets certain players apart from others. The ability to not only read a pass, but to be one step ahead and to know what is needed to gain yards on an encroaching defender. TrueBall Tech allows the player to trap or knock on a pass using the analogue stick with detailed barycentric physics determining the weight shift of the player and the height and speed of the pass, as to how the player’s body will automatically shape to receive it.

  • With TrueBall Tech, the players have total control in determining how their body is angled to receive a pass, whereas previous football titles present the user with scant options. TrueBall Tech means that it can be chested or nodded past an opponent, flicked into space or to a team mate, while closer dribbling control is a much more personal attribute in the new game.
  • The Pro Evolution Soccer series has long since treated the ball as an individual entity, allowing the player huge amounts of freedom to pass into space, run on to a knocked-on counter, or produce short triangular passes to make space. TrueBall Tech adds even more freedom, with full 360-degree control within several yards around the player and the ability to shield the ball from opposing players, use deft controls to wrong-foot them, and intuitive methods to master close control.

· Motion Animation Stability System (M.A.S.S.): The physical combat between players is a vital part of a match, and the new M.A.S.S. component simulate the bodily contact between multiple players within tailored animations that segue seamlessly into each other. Rather than a series of pre-set animations that occur under specific circumstances, M.A.S.S. reacts instantly to any situation, with the reaction of a fouled player entirely dependent on the direction and force with which they are tackled. Dependent on factors such as their size and power, players will stumble but instantly recover if clipped, barge others off the ball, and use their stature to block players from possession. Similarly, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 now has more styles of tackle, as opposed to basic foot in or sliding types.

  • Tackling also becomes more integral to PES 2014’s quest for realism, with clashes of players utilising the TrueBall physics to ensure the ball reacts as it would in a real game. As players fight for a 50-50 ball, the challenge will see the ball bobbling into space, or emerging at the feet of the triumphant player
  • The integration of the M.A.S.S. element has also facilitated new advances in one-on-one situations. The individual battles between key players can determine the outcome of a match, so particular emphasis has been made on such battles in Pro Evolution Soccer 2014. Defenders will put greater pressure on the attacking player, by tussling for possession, standing back to restrict passing opportunities, or making the tackle. Likewise, attackers are faced with ether trying to outpace the defender while retaining possession, feinting to gain advantage, or passing, dribbling or shooting when space allows. The result allows for incredibly open games, where the attributes and skills of the players come to the fore in personal feuds all over the pitch.

· Heart: Defining what makes football so riveting is difficult. It isn’t a technical thing, but more an emotional hook. Matches can be imposing for visiting teams, as home support barracks the opposition, and acts as the infamous ‘twelfth man’ by cheering their side on. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014’s ‘Heart’ aims to recreate the effects of team support, both on an individual player basis and across the entire team.

  • Each player in the game now employs mental attributes in addition to playing styles and skills, and can be adversely affected when having a poor game. However, if an individual is not playing well, his teammates can rally round and will work to support him. The cauldron effect of a vibrant stadium will showcase the mood of the fans, with all-new sound effects combining with stunning AI systems to create a palpable match day atmosphere.

· PES ID: Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 set a new bar for realism, with its inclusion of the Player ID system. For the first time, players could instantly recognize a player by their faithfully recreated running and play styles. The way a player ran, moved and spread the ball about would be identical to that of their real-life counterpart, and Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 featured 50 players that utilised the system.

  • For Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, that number has been greatly expanded, with twice as many stars featuring customized animations and AI, while the system has also been rolled out to cover entire teams and to replicate the basic playing ethos and technical styles of the world’s greatest teams.

· Team Play: Via the new game’s innovative Combination Play users can set up a variety of different tactics in key areas of the pitch using three or more players. These players will make very different off-the-ball runs to exploit holes in the defence or midfield, using the flanks, curved runs, or overlapping play to make themselves available. These moves can be pre-set to key areas of the field, allowing users to exploit defensive weaknesses beforehand.

· The Core: The PES Productions team has undergone several years of consultation with both Pro Evolution Soccer and football fans related to key elements of the series are able to implement a wide range of additional improvements.

  • Visually, the game will benefit from an incredible level of acuity, from the weave of the kits, through to facial movement and a new animation process that offers slick segues from one move to the next, with no pauses or restrictions on control. Stadia will be faithful to real-life, with the entrances to the pitches recreated, crowds that move during the course of the game – and even leave early if their team is being humiliated! The new Fluidity engine also allows for a new light-mapping effect, adding a natural look to the proceedings. The flow of a match has also been improved, with tactical decisions made on the fly, and the removal of cut scenes after specific events.
  • Free kicks and penalties have also been radically changed. Free kicks will no longer have restrictions on the position of players in relation to the ball, for instance, while decoy runs have been added and short passes easier to effect from a set piece. To counter, players can now move the position of their keeper for the kick, while the wall will react to the kick instinctively to block or deflect the ball.
  • Penalties now use a target guide that is changed according to the kicker’s ability and where they intend to place the ball. The goal keeper can now opt to move ahead of the kick, sensing when the penalty taker is not particularly strong.

PES 2014 also marks the first appearance of the Asia Champions League, adding a wealth of officially licensed clubs to the competition. The new game exclusively retains its use of the UEFA Champions League club competition.”

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 – Master League Trailer [HD]

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The Master League Trailer of PES 2014.

 

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Demo Released Today for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

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You can now download and play the Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 demo for the upcoming title utilizing the FOX Engine from Konami. The demo is available on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network for the game releasing for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on September 24, 2013 worldwide. In the demo you’ll have access to 11 teams including Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Santos FC, Boca Juniors (ARG), and Colo Colo among others. You will be able to use any difficulty you choose and the demo even sports ‘localized language settings’.

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PES 2014 – Goal Keeper Controls Trailer

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Konami has released a new trailer of their soccer game PES 2014 which features the goal keeper controls.

Here is the trailer:

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