Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 Review kukugames

  •  Genre: Sport
  • single and multi player
  • Previous game of the series: Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
  • Offer: Zegetron


balanced complexity with sufficient number of options and customization
clear menus with explanations make gameplay easier
manager mode became deeper
more teams needed
radical changes in the series needed


effective handling
addictive action
simple controls
controls are vecontrol response is always instant
ball movement freedom combined with natural player movement physics has a very realistic result
smart cpu when offending
many improvements
fast action
very natural bouncings of the ball
controls helps defence
very effective and precise tacklings
rare interruptions from referee
no mistakes from referee


stable frame rate
facial textures
animation completely free of bugs
very realistic and accurate collision
game doesn't look as real as it should
stadiums graphics
more natural animation needed
somer repeatable animation


good soundtrack
sound effects
unnatural commentary

Οnline Competitive

good statistics and leaderboards
usually good connection
connection quality does not vastly affect handling accuracy and gameplay
gameplay speed online and offline is almost the same
buying random players makes online manager more satisfying
in manager mode players acquisition discourages microtransactions
leveling players make manager mode addictive
in manager mode computer opponents constantly adapt their difficulty from our performance
online for players from the same system, needed
more user friendly manager mode menus needed

Competitive offline

good four player mode
Conclusion - Rating

equal with the best games of its genre in
many sections


Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 (abbreviated as PES 2016, marketed as Winning Eleven 2016 in Japan) is a football simulation game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. It is the fifteenth edition of the Pro Evolution Soccer series and marks PES Productions 20th year of producing football games. The cover of the game features Neymar (seen wearing his Brazil national team kit).[1] The name of the game has been changed from "World Soccer: Winning Eleven" to "Pro Evolution Soccer" in Asia, except Japan where it is titled "Winning Eleven".[2][3]


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