Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Review kukugames

  •  Genre: Sport
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  • single and multi player
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  • Previous game of the series: Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
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Design


positives
many options give every player different experience
negatives
new elements needed to compete other games
more teams needed
clear menus with explanations needed
many configurations needed before we start
we cant set defensive tactics effectively

Gameplay


positives
opponents artificial intelligence
many difficulty levels
addictive action
major improvement at the classic gameplay of the series
negatives
does not add important new ideas to the genre
our team artificial intelligence
complex controls
sometimes players don''''''''t follow the instruction they are given

Graphics


positives
background polygons(model complexity)
characters textures
effects and lighting
stable frame rate
tearing fixed in this title of the series
negatives
animation

Sound


positives
ambient sound effects
negatives
unnatural commentary

Οnline Competitive


positives
online for players from the same system
options make matchmaking easier
one of the best online competitive of its genre
usually good connection
we can find people online
negatives
good statistics and leaderboards needed
when picking wicker teams extra point should have been awarded and explained

Competitive offline


positives
good four player mode
Conclusion - Rating

equal with the best games of its genre in
many sections


wiki

Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 (officially abbreviated as PES 2013 and known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2013 in Japan and South Korea) is an association football video game, developed and published by Konami. The game was announced by Konami on April 18, 2012.[citation needed] For the first time of the series, all 20 teams from the Brazilian national league, Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A, are included in the game series.[6][7][8] The UEFA Champions League features in the game.[9] This is the last game to feature the current game engine.

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