Sep 24, 2013This game dissapointed me,it is just dissapointg to me i am one of the bigest fans i know of pes since i am alive.....i played countless hours of pes,reaching top rankings,having fun whit frends and then this comes out that for me ruined the franchise....When i first started playing everything seemed normal,when the game started the menu was different it was a little bit strange but...i went to play master league and become legend...everything was missing,the cutscenes,the talking,,everything that made the game fun it was not there and in the match the game just was horrible bugs everywhere and the grapich were horendes but how much i hate this game at the same time i love it.....this broke my heart i was not expecting such a tthing from you konami you were the best in football games....in this game you went the fifa way and they/you failed...miserably...and teh worst thing is every player llooks dam the same.....i went to fc london to rename it and make my own club and every onfe of the players was same i cud not recognize them...this game is dissapointing in every level if you are a fan and a newbe..so it deserves a 3-and this is coming from a old fan of the franchise..dissapointed.… Expand
Sep 24, 2013where do i start...i think most PES players were looking forward to this game. Konami come out of the blocks with all the PR they could think of. New Engine, Heart, Mass, blah blah blah, but they seem to have forgot how to create a good football game.
This game game is clearly not finished. Far too many problems with this game for it to be enjoyable, and at the end of the day even if your trying to simulate a sport or whatever its a game and it has to be fun. Problems are frame rate issues ,especially around the penalty box. Players do not react quick enough, they turn like tanks animations take far to long to complete when tackling etc allow to Ai to exploit you. Unresponsive commands, it takes far too long for players to do what you want them to do after having pressed a button
Laggy menus, online completely broken, shall i go on??..this year is just a complete and utter mess, underneath it all there seems to be a game trying to get out, but its been very poorly implemented, and I just dont understand how any reviewer can give this a positive score in its current state. Konami need to patch this game and patch it quick. They should be ashamed of releasing this,… Expand
Sep 24, 2013konami trying something new i can see that. but its never good idea turn your game like FIFA. i like pes because its fast game you can feel free and you can do things on your mind in this game. but they took away these things. and made a WORST FIFA PROTOTYPE. i cant even run the ball. i cant pass i cant shoot i cant do anything in this game. i really hate it. please KONAMI dont make games like this. sorry about bad english.… Expand
Sep 28, 2013The worst Pro ever!!! Nice job Konami! The response of every player is too slow,you can't understand the difference between the best and the worst players when you control them,very slow response on every move,bad passes and the goalkeepers are something like Chuk Norris,they can stop every shoot without a problem! For me pro 13 is the best!
Sep 30, 2013In relation to PES 2014, the (positive) Reviews I have read are the complete opposite to what I endured. I do not know what FIFA is like but PES 2014 is bad, and I mean baaaaad. The movement feels whispy players lack weight so it feels as though your players are on an ice-rink. The passing is just complete shambles, there is no consistentcy at all, press the button lightly to a nearby team mate and you may get a small cushioned pass straight into his path, great, 2 ins later same position you press the button in the same manner and the pass is overhit by a mile (and I’m talking with assisted passing turned down). Everytime you take a shot there is a delay. The snappy element is gone in favour of basically just struggling to maintain control of your players. The fluidity is gone. The AI stinks. The controls are sluggish and ropey (ohh sorry thats the realism ehh?). Players often do silly things i.e. you try to pas one way and they migh stop, turn and then do a trick/flick/touch (more realism ehh?) awful.
I dont know about FIFA since I havent played it, but PES 2014 is a complete let-down, some elements of the old series def needed changing and I can see where they are going but they have rubbed over so much that the core element is gone too much too soon.
Sep 24, 2013QUESTO GIOCO E UNA ME RDA com e possibile che peggiora sempre di piu ogni anno??
allora nuovo motore grafico ok ma NIENTE pioggia!!! cosa???? facce e capelli dei giocatori orrende basta guardare la chioma di emanuelson o di de jong la faccia di mexes e i suoi capelli??? una merda
giocabilita???: lentissimo, un sacco di bug, fai gol e x un secondo spariscono tutti, collisioni orrende,papere dei difensori, gli attaccanti nn fanno i movimenti giusti nei contropiedi (ti corrono incontro) i portieri agghiaccianti con movimenti schifosi da spastici fisica del pallone che sembra pesare 2 grammi con tiri a piena barra da fuori area parati senza problemi
e la traiettoria del pallone nelle punizioni e nei rinvii???? ma che idea di merda basta spostare la linea di traiettoria dentro la porta con un po di effetto e il tiro e servito.. mah che merd ata!!!! ma che ideee sono??
e poi udite udite on line nn ci sono piu le coppe quei bei tornei divertenti da fare a orari prestabiliti! noooo adesso solo 1vs1 partite di classifiche
menu schifosi rallentamenti paurosi durante la formazione e la scelta dei giocatori (mah)
ah e ovviamente diritti e sponsor sempre di meno infatti la premier continua a fare schifo mentre rimane come sempre l'interessantissimo campionato del caz zo olandese!
qua si va sempre peggio era dall iss pro evolution 1 e 2 che nn giocavo con dei giocatori fati cosi male e trascurati (foto realismo di sto cazz o) chissene di elsha ronaldo ecc se gli altri "meno famosi" fanno cagare (pazzini ecc...)
mi sembra di sognare complimenti konami! bella m erda!… Expand
Sep 24, 2013This is the best football simulation since ISS 64. The gameplay is astonishing, the graphics are superb for PS3 conditions. People that complain about the controls being sluggish did not realize, that the form AND motivation of the players play a significant role in their playability. In that regard it is very similar to the good old SNES games or ISS 64. PES is still not for licence fetishistic FIFA fanboys. It is for the people that love football for the diversity in game styles instead for the marketing and publicity of teams and their star players. The most prominent players are available, others are not. But luckily the faces and names will be provided by the community later. So the only pro FIFA argument is obsolete.
A short summary :
Pro List :
- Champions- and Europa League, Copa Libertadores, AFC Champions League licences
- mood and form of players will influence the game significantly
- VERY realistic build-up and goal scenes
- online mode
- better player trick controls than PES 2013
- very realistic faces of players that are licenced
- CPU enemies foul too rarely
- cannot change the rigor of the refs
- pass direction has to be very exact sometimes
- bug you have to change the resolution in the ps3-settings to 720p explicitely, otherwise it will try to play in 576p… Expand
Oct 1, 2013I have been playing PES since it was called Winning Eleven and it only came in Japanese (PS1). This is probably one of its worst outings so far. The past couple of games have been bad but playable. I suspect it might get better through updates, but it should not work like this.
I paid $60 for a FINISHED game, this GAME IS NOT FINISHED. PES has always had game-play glitches especially their previous engine, but this year, it is so unfinished that it is almost unplayable. It is an experiment, clearly has potential, but they are essentially selling an experiment not a finished product.
1. The game slows down when play goes into the areas. (Makes me wanna cry)
2. Shooting mechanism is terrible. (worst than previous games)
3. Keepers suck, but that has been the case for PES for the past 4 games so I'm pretty sure that is never getting fixed.
4. I have not been able to play online at all. (their customer services sucks by the way)
5. Team rosters have not been updated at all, one of the reasons you buy the new game is for the rosters to be up to date.
6. the screen slows down when you are changing the tactics for your team, there is clearly a frame rate problem.
They are SELLING AN UNFINISHED GAME even if they are promising an update by November. Why not just release the game in November? I know they had to compete with FIFA 14, but this is just insulting to faithful PES customers.
LAST PES I EVER BUY. AVOID IT.… Expand
Sep 29, 2013Speaking from an experience of 15 years This is officially the worst football game of all time....Its an experiment gone all wrong. The AI is ridiculously flawed.--The players response to anything is terribly slow...positioning is terrible. As for the engine though the visuals are pretty everything else is just rubbish..Every shot you take essentially ends up going in one direction...Goal keepers end up saving most of the shots...Shooting mechanism is terrible and online play is bad. In the End you realise that PES 13 was way way better and by default FIFa too.
DO not BUy this game FIFA 14 is 100 times better.… Expand
Sep 24, 2013Great Game, the new fox engine comes to play an important part in the detail level of the animations and in the player physic's... The loss of some stadium in this new edition feel's like a backstep but not a great one, most gamers are confused by the low level of detail in some players faces but Konami said prior reléase that they reléase in the next week's a patch to improve this part ofof the game, most important, the game feels like a real football game, the stadium, the crowd and the in game mechanic's work well, some minor bugs may appear and some framerate issues have been reported and konami is working to on a patch for this, so overrall this PES feels like is in the good road to make the franchise the ultimate football game and retake N.o 1 from FIFA in the next years to come.… Expand
Sep 30, 2013Wow. I have been a PES fan for as long as I remember, back to the ISS days on SNES.
Konami has made mistakes on many of its games, and few are completely perfect. But there was always the magic there. A new game was always a joy to play, even in Free Practice mode.
So the dissapointment could not be greater. Especially after all the promises, the new engine, the heart feature, etc. Really Konami?
The magis is gone. PES has gone the FIFA route, but is years behind their formula. Sure the animations are better than ever, but it means the game is sluggish, waiting for the animation to run before a change in direction, shot, pass, etc. Very different to the crisp, immediate response of the ISS and PES games of the past. So, so far, from the great games like PES6.
The new engine novelty wears off very quickly, as it is a prettier game but by no means jaw dropping. Only a slight improvement. And football games are about gameplay, who cares about facial hair and more accurate lighting, when shooting feels unreal and manouvering in the penalty box is so sluggish.
Man covering is terrible. I cannot get my team to pressure or hold the formation I desire.
Konami have tried to make defending possible by implementing some ridiculous turbo gimmick. Your player slowly accelerates and then decelerates. Very very unrealistic. There is no player explosion, you have to wait for the players to slowly accelerate. Also running a 20m sprint is now impossible, as your player will decelerate and be caught by any defender like Vidic, etc.
It is a complete gimick and unlike real football.
In the end, this game is like a blow to the stomach. We knew Konami had problems with PES and going back to a new engine, with all their promises, would bring back the glory days.
Now, PES is even further away from the original formula. Looking withouth personality. It is a bland FIFA experience, sluggish, gimicky, licenseless.
PES 2013 is a much, much, better game.… Expand
Oct 4, 2013Wow, what an awful game. Where do I start? Terribly shiny visuals, unrealistic movements, no longer able to sprint past a defender who is slower than your player, some ridiculous modes of passing, headers that travel faster than Concorde and then to top it all of there is the return of a bubble indicator to tell you where the ball is going on free kicks and corners... The last time I saw this feature was Striker or Sensible Soccer.
Having been a konami football fan from ISS on the SNES this game has forced me to take a serious look at FIFA, I'm just glad i only rented Pro from Blockbuster.
If I had bought it, it would now be on Ebay.… Expand
Oct 15, 2013This is the worst soccer game I ever played. I am a fan of konami soccer game franchises since International Super Star Soccer, Winning Eleven and then PES. For almost 18 years I enjoy their game, and never play nor try another soccer game. But this one is really a big mistake!!! New Engine, Emotion, bla bla bla doesn't make this game being fun to play. All I can see is stupid AI, unresponsive player, slow pace game play, complicated control, awkward movement, and much more. It's a painful game to play, and I cannot even called game anymore, this game torture me!! And after 18 years, I think its time to try FIFA. Dusk for Konami its coming, better they hire new game developer who really know how to create a soccer game.… Expand
Oct 28, 2013This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Worse game i have ever seen. Because of the following reasons:
- Takes 3 minutes to start the welcome menu?? am I starting NASA projects??
- Welcome menu and In game menu are very slow, it takes 1 second to move between two options?? god!! its taking long time.
- Worse game engine ever; slow, unstable, and sucks.
- Online matches are ridiculous and horribly bad.
I'm not a FIFA FAN, i'm PES player since 2002 (PES1), but i keep buying FIFA CD's, never played FIFA for a long time, but just to compare both PES vs FIFA.
Congratulations KONAMI you killed that competition, and FIFA knockdown PES.
Thank you PES it was my pleasure to meet :D :D… Expand
Sep 24, 2013PES 2014 I expected a lot. In terms of mechanics and gameplay I got a lot. The players move and approach the ball more precise and with more understanding of inertia and mass movement physics laws. However, the acceleration of player is really turbo charged and it is easy to escape the opponents. Unless they touch you. If that happens, you can play with Aguero and slow paced Terry will be able to slow you down. Every single time! So, what is the point of speed if you only need contact to stop players. Goalkeepers are terribly modeled. Opponents shoot long balls in the box and goalkeeper is standing in his box, too lazy to step forward. The man marking is not good as well. Somehow nobody is following attackers.. List goes on..
So, what is good? It actually feels close to real football match with real players. At least one step closer. Graphics is pretty decent as well.
What is bad? Fake clubs names, lack in tactical gameplay, opponents can sprint for an hour and make pressure on your last line. Like they are on doping... And major minus in Goalkeeping.
I'll give it 7 of 10 and uninstall it. Still believe that FIFA will be better… Expand
Sep 30, 2013Gostei do jogo... Tem vários bugs e muitas coisas irritantes. Mas me dá vontade de jogar, ao contrário do 2013 que só era legar jogar com os amigos. Espero que os futuros "patchs" corrijam alguns desses erros. Por enquanto minha nota 8, mas com melhorias pode virar até um 9.
Sep 30, 2013This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. PES 2014 este año ha decepcionado considerablemente, una gráfica, en cuanto a parecido se refiere, es asquerosa. La IA no cambia mucho de las anteriores versiones y el modo OnLine es asquerosamente injugable... Lamentablemente Konami no se esforzó mucho y dejo un juego totalmente desechable, sonará estúpido pero hasta los Winning Eleven de los años 2002 son mejores que esto :C… Expand
Oct 8, 2013Anyone who despises this game is either deluded or plain stupid...though we're all entitled to our opinions. PES' gameplay is far better than FIFA, it just needs that final off-field mode to fully surpass Fifa. The current sales are already in PES' favour and that shows that people are truly acknowledging PES
Oct 3, 2013Very realistic soccer game. New features like R3 to make contact or just avoid a shot. Konami have been innovating since W11 and now its just like a new game. You can feel the different skills of each player and sometimes strangers mistakes like real soccer match. Ok, somethings are not so good, but the gameplay is attractive and intuitive. Soundtrack different with opera and funny songs.
Oct 4, 2013i get it since four days only because it not easy to be update in Democratic Republic of Congo about video games, even there is a real market of it here. see i get the arabic version where there is only english and arabic commentary. i played it in normal level i won the uefa champions league and now i upgrade to professionnal level, it become hard to dribble, to score but it is amazing graphics works. very close of the real movement of real players! the one thinks it little difficult to play as in your concretly when it dificult to score by shoting out of the keepers area!in certains position players could score but in pes you shot 6 times and score 2 times in these position! but globaly for a game it is good! and it up from the 2013 version. im still discovering it and needs tips.. come to you soon… Expand
Oct 5, 2013PES 2014 is worst PES edition ever. New engine made it worse. Comparing with PES 2013: Graphics- worst Skills- worse and slow, cant realize who is better, Copycat of FIFA, dont know which fifa but the fact is PES gone to FIFA rout, and if that we PES FANS wanted, we would have converted to FIFA. Commentary- same as PES 13, no development and FIFA is much better in that area. Atmosphere a bit better.
MANY,MANY,MANY little details yet to say, but I leave it to KONAMI studio.
My guess if they make next year same BAD game or if we dont see real touch-development, then I can assure that all will play FIFA soon!
RIP PES… Expand
Oct 9, 2013Cuando llegó la actual generación de consolas, los títulos PES no lograron adaptarse bien a PS3 y Xbox 360, logrando un producto mal acabado e incluso irritable para los seguidores tradicionales de la saga.
Pues bien, llega una nueva temporada futbolística y Konami quiere recuperar el trono que una vez fue suyo, o al menos recortar la ventaja para hacer dudar a los usuarios en qué títultítulo deportivo comprar. Seguramente estéis de acuerdo conmigo en que el mayor lastre que tenía PES era su motor gráfico. Gracias a Hideo Kojima y su nuevo motor gráfico, el Fox Engine, que entre otros grandes juegos moverá el próximo Metal Gear Solid.
Gracias al Fox Engine podremos disfrutar de unos partidos con una calidad gráfica impresionante. Mencionar que el graderío, los efectos de iluminación y las texturas son el mayor logro del estudio en la actual generación. Pero aquí tenemos que frenar nuestro entusiasmo y darle un palito a Konami. No tendremos partidos con lluvia, excusándose el estudio en qué no le daba tiempo añadir la física de la pelota con el terreno de juego encharcado…
Destacar que dispondremos del sistema True Ball Techque, que logrará que los movimientos del balón sean más realistas y no parezca una pelota de playa. Esto se notará desde el primer momento, ya sea a la hora de pasar o disputando el balón. Hablando de disputas, destacamos el espectacular contacto físico que ofrece este nuevo PES, con choques y entradas que seguramente os impresionarán.
Los rostros de los jugadores están recreados prácticamente a la perfección gracias al PES ID que ya se añadió el año pasado. Pero en esta ocasión además de aumentar el número de jugadores recreados, han añadido sus movimientos y gestos más característicos.
Nos ha gustado mucho la forma que tiene Konami de ambientar los partidos, que es otro punto a destacar del nuevo PES. Antes de comenzar el partido veremos a los jugadores en túneles de vestuarios y colocarse posteriormente para que la prensa pueda tomar todas las fotos que necesiten. También podremos ver a los jugadores protestar cuando el árbitro pite el final por alguna jugada polémica vivida en el encuentro. Los cánticos de las aficiones son reales y tomados directamente de los estadios lo que hará que nos metamos de lleno en los partidos. Sin duda, las licencias estrella del juego son la Champions League, la Copa Libertadores, la UEFA Europa League y la AFC (la Champions de Asia). Por eso, hay equipos sueltos de ligas como Alemania, tales como el Bayern de Múnich.
Hablando de esto último, Konami ha incluido la nueva característica llamada Heart, que su función es que los jugadores son motivados por el público del estadio dependiendo si juegan como locales o visitantes. Punto negativo para nuestra liga que se queda huérfana en lo que a la recreación de estadios se refiere.
Pero por desgracia no es oro todo lo que reluce, ya que encontraremos algunos puntos negativos que seguramente os irriten más de la cuenta. Será prácticamente imposible quitarle el balón a nuestro rival sin hacer falta y si lo logramos será por fallo de nuestro rival, no por mérito nuestro. Los árbitros bajo mi punto de vista son bastante tarjeteros, ya que faltas que parecen inofensivas las castigarán con cartulina amarilla.
El lanzamiento a balón parado es otro punto a discutir. Ahora dispondremos de una línea formada por puntos para apuntar en la dirección que queramos y seguramente os sea útil para lanzamientos precisos pero echaréis en falta sacar el balón rápido para sorprender al rival.
El modo multijugador tampoco nos funcionó como debería. La estabilidad de los partidos deja aún que desear, con un lag molesto que influye en la disputa de los partidos. Se hace raro que a estas alturas todavía sigan pasando cosas como estas. El estudio se tira piedras sobre su propio tejado al no cuidar un componente tan importante para la mayoría de usuarios.
En conclusión, Konami ha empezado prácticamente de cero para asentar las bases para la siguiente generación, porque en la actual llega tarde. Tomamos a PES 2014 como un título de transición y es de agradecer que pongan empeño en lograr recuperar aquellos años maravillosos. Algo que tendrán que mejorar será la adquisición de licencias pero aún así nos encontramos un buen juego gráficamente muy vistoso y con unos efectos sonoros bastante logrados, con comentarios de Carlos Martínez y Julio Maldonado “Maldini”.… Expand
Oct 10, 2013I am a huge pes fan since 05. and I'm sorry to say PES seems to be selling out. Sacrificing game-play dynamics and mechanics for more detail. pes2010 was a great game 14 Is almost unbearable. Through balls fly ahead as though shooting on goal, it is virtually impossible to tackle, the midfield is non existent. the controls when on the ball feel very sluggish. All the features that made me stay away from fifa are now creeping into pes. Konami really need to go back to basics and stick to their own identity. I'm currently playing pes2012 become a legend, and I cant get enough of it. Why does the game dynamics between become a legend and exhibition change so drastically. i acknowledge that the players form and motivation come into their game-play now. But for an exhibition match that shouldnt be anything but 100%. And even so, we do not want a simulator. Gamers want the game. PES has always been a much more free and fast soccer game than fifa. Now they seem to have gone backwards. I would settle for the pes2010 graphics now and just use all their resources and developments on the gameplay. I dont need a stadium that is mindblowingly detailed, unless theres a mode where i can be a spectator and walk around ordering food and finding my seat.… Expand
Oct 14, 2013Looks awful and the gameplay is just ridiculously messed up. The entire look of the game is crap, starting with the main menu (it hurts my eyes) and continuing with the match preparations menu, not to mention the actual match (I got the feeling this is Super Mario). Won't talk about the gameplay, probably everyone noticed already that is worse than any other PES before... I'll keep playing PES 2013
PS: what's with the critics's reviews? are they playing another game, cause i don't get it...… Expand
Oct 28, 2013Been playing pro Evo since they added pro Evo to the ISS name and this is the worst ever!!! You can't run passing is shocking and the options are straight from an 8 bit game. Still playing pro Evo 12 cause the last ones game engine was rubbish to the extreme. Don't touch the new FIFA either. Nothing has ever changed with the feel of it. Pro Evo 5 is still the greatest footy game ever made!!!!
Oct 3, 2013PES has a new engine and in one fell swoop they have already outstripped FIFA. Previous versions of PES were NOT football (including the false dawn of 2013), they were soccer..an arcadey abomination. But Konami have a well known habit of taking 15 steps forwards and 20 back. This year is no different. Clearly the coding team is not up to scratch as this game CHUGS. It should not have been released in it's current state as it is clearly not fit for purpose. But Conami would have you believe they care about their customers, if they did they would have delayed this release.
This also makes the lack of a next-gen version absolutely baffling.
To those people complaining about the sluggishness of this game..the lack of response and control, say goodbye to your brainless run-spamming gameplay because this game all makes sense when you factor in inertia/momentum. Every input you do before and after you receive the ball matters. It's just a shame that while the foundations of this game are solid, the walls around it are crumbling.… Expand
Oct 19, 2013To be honest I have only played the demo so it's my intention to score this a 6 so I don't effect the ratings too much. I've played pes for years and years since the first pro evo game which was brilliant for it's time.
Pes was once know as the king and with good reason and ruled with an Iron fist until the PS3 days and then all went to pot and they don't seem to know how to fix it.
Pes 14 is graphically really impressive, the player look great and their movement is great but Pes does what pes has been doing for years now an wastes this great look by using a gory colour palette as is Japanese tastes I suspect. The game is WAY to over saturated and this make it look so arcadey. It's strange some of the decisions the makers of this great petential game make. I often feel like going down to their office to give them a slap at the stupid mistakes they make.
Pes 13 has it's problems and their are many of them and some of these have been addressed in the new game but what Konami give with one hand they take away with another and they've taken the good things out as well as they always seem to do.
Though the game does look good in parts, the replays look really fantastic they have changed the freekick system to FIFA's one 10 years ago and for me this is the last straw.
I have bought every pes game but I won't be buying this one. Enough is enough and I have run out steam with the makers. Sack most of them get a new man in charge and make a good intuitive football sim like the old ps1 and ps2 titles and stop trying to be clever. Just sort out the engine make controls intuitive again by stripping back the fancy stuff that hardly anyone bothers to learn anyway, sort out the default wide angle as it isn't nowhere near wide enough and take away that awful yellow dotted line thing at corners and free kicks.
Goodby pes I've had enough.
From someone who loved you deeply once.… Expand
Oct 9, 2013Every year we are expecting a PES to come out.Unfortunately this make the company to do crazy and mad things.The game wasnt that i was expecting.I believe konami must work harder to make a good PES better than FIFA.I am not a gamer who i like sports game but PES is and always was one of my best games.It was a little hard to make my decision and after hours of thinking i got this score.
Oct 2, 2013The game is trying to simulate real football with a new game engine capable of producing awesome animations, graphics and physics. But problems like slowdowns, frame rate drops and lag are destroying the whole experience. The playstation 3 suffers from loading times and worst of all slowdowns during matches when many players appear on the screen the same time or when near goal positions. It literally feels like playing in slow motion. The game's speed is changing constantly. And im talking about offline. Online is better not mentioned. Totally unplayable. There is much potential in this game but bad optimization (in all platforms) keeps the game in a bad to mediocre state.… Expand
Sep 30, 2013I haven't played a Konami Soccer game since my N64 days, back when it was called International Superstar Soccer. Aaaahhh.... That game will go down as my favorite soccer game of all time. So how does it's 2014 iteration measure up exactly?
Well, for the most part it's pretty decent & I respect what Konami have tried to do here but it would be unfair to write a review based purely on intention so let's get back to the product as it stands. PRO EVO 2014 is not perfect. Not even close! It suffers with frame rate & control issues & yes, it's a rather barebones package when compared to what EA's FIFA 14 has to offer, yet underneath all that there's a pretty good game of soccer to be had. The play mechanics feel "evolved" and are indeed superior to FIFA 14 "on the pitch" but the bottom line is BOTH GAMES ARE SUB-STANDARD & the reason for this is quite simple: Both these companies will keep failing to "deliver" because they believe the world needs a football game each year. If they'd devoted more development time to their franchise just imagine what quality games would be possible? GTA V anyone?? With all the talk of the revolutionary new Fox Engine and other hyped new features I really wanted badly for this to be "the" definitive football game. It's not. But that's not to say you shouldn't get it. After all, what's there is better than FIFA 14, but only just!… Expand
Nov 21, 2013I think Pro evo 14 is getting alot of unjustified low scores because most are continually disappointed with PES each year and unwilling to stick with it long enough to fully enjoy it. But it is heading in the right direction again par some changes such as the slower pace, similiar to Fifa where you have to work as a team. This is a mistake from Konami as PES was always known for its fast pace arcade style gameplay. And Konami WE LOVED IT THAT WAY. However on the other hand the slow pace has given us an alternative style of play which I praise Konami for being brave for; the Weight shift system of players. This feature changes completely the way we play from any footie game ever. there is a longer learning curve even for long term pes players so will take time to fully enjoy the game. Also this metal gear solid engine does not make PES look better than Fifa14( during the gameplay anyway) the replays and CGI is better but who cares about that as Im spending 90% time on the pitch.
I totally hated it at first, but it grows on you. This feels more like a footy game from another company rather the the PES style of old, and enjoyable in a different way. Lot more to say but not enough time. Please give it a bit more time before giving negative review.… Expand
Nov 23, 2013Have been playing Pro Evo since it was ISS on the Super Nintendo in 1995 and after 18 years i can say without any doubt what so ever that this by far the worst Pro Evo Version Ever!!! I waited until I could say that I am now used to the new version before I made a comment on it so that I would be more Impartial. Now the time has come. I always went between Pro Evo and Fifa until Pro Evo came out on the PS2 and Finally decided that despite being tougher it was an Evolution in football Games. I mainly play this game with a group of friends who all but one think it is dreadful, so dont care about the AI. This version is so bad that it has almost ruined the tournaments my friends and I play in. we always start the new season with the new version of Pro Evo. This year for the first time ever we had to make the unprecedented decision to revert back to Pro Evo 2013. Despite having worse graphis, Pro Evo 2013 has far more realistic game play, response, movement, running on and off the ball, passing, crossing, etc. It is just amazing at how badly Konami have Messed Up!!!! I agree with everyone who says how bad this version is and other friends who have tried my Pro Evo 2014 are never going to buy it. Very Smart… Expand
Dec 1, 2013Once again PES proves why it is superior to the FIFA franchise. Although this game has it's small flaws, and in some places it is buggy, this is hand down the best iteration on PS3 thus far.
The more I get to know the game-play, the more PES shows me there are more to it. There is massive depth in this game the kind of depth you could never get in any of EA:s football games. The new ball control is amazing, the animations are beautiful and the real football feel you get on pitch truly enhances the football experience.
The down parts of this game is that it is a bit laggy in the menus. It has kind of long loading times, not like it's a pain, but in combination with laggy UI, when pressing the wrong option and then have to go back just for it to load back and forth is quite awkward. So my tip is, be patience with the lag. Therefore, my score for this game is 8/10.
Also, it's really sad to see so many trolls among the reviewers here. If you want to get an honest opinion, try not to read the overly negative or the overly positive reviews.… Expand
Nov 14, 2013I did not enjoy the new PES. Players are unresponsive, their AI is weak, refereeing is sometimes questionable and the automatic passing system often annoying. Match commentary is simply awful. There is almost nothing new in the modes department and as usual team licenses are a problem. But there is a good new engine at last (along with new physics system) and I see some hope for the series in the future. [12/2013, p.50]
Nov 14, 2013Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 is very much what its name implies, an evolution. Konami have taken off the gloves and issued a very strong challenge to EA; whether or not this will translate to actual sales is yet to be seen as this battle will be fought over the coming year.