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PES 2011

Format(s)
PlayStation 3
Publisher
Konami
Developer
Konami
Genre
Football, Football, Football

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  • PES 2011s' controls didn't play exactly as listed here - manual passing seemed possible without L2, and the preset skill trees were for the demo code only, while the defence system wasn't implemented. Still, an insightful read...
  • The PES team office, hosting 200 odd developers, plus LOTS of lovely real-life football gear.
  • We're shown the underlying AI behind the defence and tactics slider system, allowing you to alter the pressure defenders exert. For us, this was honestly amazing, despite the box-like nature of it all.
  • PES 2010 versus PES 2011 - showing the improvement in kits, using a real life Ivory Coast player on the right.
  • Off-screen Messi likeness, used to show how player's eyes will track the ball. Highly impressive, especially in replays.
  • A monitor showing PES 2010, PES 2011 and how they compare to real life match footage.
  • A very-early version of the conditional tactics menu.
  • The view from Konami's Midtown Tokyo HQ. Nicer than the one of the brown canal from our office.
  • A sneak off-screen glimpse of the new Tactics menu - the players are represented as dots.
  • A super rough, non representative, debug screen snapped during our sound recording session - but you can see how the pre-match atmosphere is improved. Note the player shadows.
  • Producer Seabass and translator/marketing boss Aki (who also works with Kojima) answer our Qs - quite evasively, all told, since we asked for specifics they couldn't reveal.
  • Stadium screenshots are obligatory, if largely uninspiring. Old Trafford is licenced.
  • Looks good, no? Note the new speed blur effect on the edge of Messi's body.
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