View Full Version : PES 2011 (Retail version) discussion
So, let's discuss about your feelings about the retail version of PES 2011.
Just wanted to cut it out from the PES 2011 News & Discussion thread which was a pre-release discussion ;)
share you opinion ;)
i can't understand, why KONAMI don't managed to do all the transfers...
Don't know that, either.... But I don't really care about that.
the same every year.. but soon we will release our patch.., what I don't understand is why they made no euro league mode
The will release a DLC soon for transfers,
I'm sure they've been working on that.
So, after a few days of playing I still like the game. The menu is just so professional, the lovely details of it are great. The changing backgrounds are a nice feature, perhaps patches can use that feature.
The stadium editor is awesome, a brand new feature for a football game like PES or FIFA. You CAN create some nice stadiums, a little town-stadium or a big city-stadium. Or a mixture, like Newcastle's stadium has looked like years ago or like the Stamford Bridge. I mean you can't really create the Stamford Bridge, but stadiums that have the size of the stands.
The new appereance of the ML and BAL-modes are decent. The graphic designers really got into it during the producing time. And i think nobody mentioned the stadium anchor who actually says the player's names in substitutes (some) and the attendance... well and goal ^^. That was a feature everyone wanted some years ago, the finally did it but nobody mentions it any more :D
The game itself (football on the pitch) is new for PES, it feels realistic and you can't score goals that easy any more as well as long balls from the sideline, the defenders are much more agressive. There are a lot of good reasons for playing football with PES. There might be some "bugs", but I know how hard it is to write those programming codes, creating a learnable programm (the AI) is so hard, I can barely write a learnable Windows-based application, pretty hard work for us programming guys ;)
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