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DescriptionPro Evolution Soccer 2010 follows the yearly instalments of the football franchise and comes with up-to-date player transfers for the 2009/2010 season. The game features many new moves and the players move more slowly and realistic. Even a mediocre player can now have a lucky strike and hit the net from 40 meters away. Most graphical improvements go into the detail of players' faces and shadows. Although there are still five levels of gameplay, this time the computer AI acts differently from before and opens up new ways to play the game.
There are game modes present from earlier titles in the franchise, such as Exhibition or Master League, but also some new ones like UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League. Become a Legend mode introduced in PES 2009 is also available. Aside from graphics, details were put into tactics and strategy where players can be positioned with more accuracy, according to his talent. An entirely new feature is the card system, tied to certain players' unique abilities. This gives that player an advantage over its opponent. In previous titles certain top players could perform stunning moves without the player's control. With the card system in PES 2010 directly control over this becomes available.
The Master League mode is more detailed and comes with sponsors, youth teams and real currencies (including Euro, British Pound, US Dollar, or Japanese Yen). Money can also be used to pay a scout who deals with negotiations, physical aspects, the trainer and other staff members. The Premier League, Liga Espanola, Italian League, Eredivisie and others are still included, as well as World Cup, Konami Cup and others, with national teams and league teams largely up-to-date.
Unlike earlier instalments, the player's individual graphical representation is gone. It is still possible to see them as a part of an entire team, but no longer for individual players. This means it takes time to get acquainted with them by going through numerical statistics or checking the compatibility of the players' maximum performance with the position they are at.
Co-op is on par with the franchise, with assisted player switching and semi-assisted and manual switching. Manual meaning is complete and the player will not be switched until it is determined by the player, while semi-automatic will switch to the player a pass is given to.
- "World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2010" -- Japanese title
- "Pro Evolution Soccer 2010" -- European spine / in-game title
Part of the Following Groups
- PlayStation 3 Platinum Range releases
- Pro Evolution Soccer / Winning Eleven series
- Xbox 360 Classics releases
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|PC Games (Germany)||Windows||Oct 26, 2009||89 out of 100||89|
|GameStar (Germany)||Windows||Oct 15, 2009||87 out of 100||87|
|GamingXP||Xbox 360||Oct 29, 2009||87 out of 100||87|
|3D Juegos||Wii||Nov 20, 2009||8.6 out of 10||86|
|Everyeye.it||Wii||Dec 13, 2009||8 out of 10||80|
|InsideGamer||Xbox 360||Oct 28, 2009||8 out of 10||80|
|Multiplayer.it||Wii||Dec 29, 2009||7.8 out of 10||78|
|Total PC Gaming||Windows||2009||7.3 out of 10||73|
|Eurogamer.net (UK)||Xbox 360||Oct 15, 2009||7 out of 10||70|
|1UP||PlayStation 3||Nov 13, 2009||B-||67|
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Cover starsThe American/Canadian cover features Lionel Messi, while European covers also feature Fernando Torres.
Related Web Sites
- Wikipedia: Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (article in the open encyclopedia)
Windows Credits (682 people)
638 developers, 44 thanks
Satoshi Gentem Suzuki, Takashi Kodachi, Taichi Wakabayashi, Ippei Kondo (credited as Ippei), Yuji Fujishiro, Masaki Nakamura, Takahiro Yanagisawa, Syz Yamamoto, Atsushi Omura, Ryuma HachisuMotion Artists:
Akira Sawa, Mari Yamasaki, Shintaro Kumakawa, Tatsuya Ishida, Tomoo Hiraoka, Masanori Fujishima, Hirohisa Togase, Yosuke Harada, Hiroaki TakeVisual Concept: