Not only is Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 the best football game in terms of graphics, it is the best I have experienced in terms of gameplay. The level of detail and player likenesses create a game that comes as close to you'll get to the real thing. There are still a few minor issues with presentation, and perhaps a few more changes could have been made to Master League and Become a Legend, but I'm clutching at straws here. The gameplay is near perfection, the AI and goalkeepers are improved, Konami have added further licenses to their product, and the graphics are amazing. Hopefully the servers are ready for online and with just a few minor presentation improvements to be improved on, PES really has set the bar of what a football game should be.
A hymn to the beauty of the round goddess, PES 2018 boasts the finest and most direct gameplay to ever grace a football title alongside a few interesting additions from last year. However, off the pitch things seem to have really fallen behind the competition. It is time for KONAMI to revolutionize things like the menus, modes and licences, in order to give meaning to this otherwise wonderful and exhilarating on-pitch action.
All in all, the line on the graph that is PES’ progression as a series has gone up with Pro Evolution Soccer 2018. A game that might have ran the risk of deterring its loyal fan-base, the improved physicality to player animations and actions only adds another layer to the series’ already layered strategy that feels genuinely entertaining to watch as it is to play, regardless of the outcome. But while this year’s improvements are at the forefront more than 2017‘s showing, the return of series-old issues both on and off the pitch prevent this year’s iteration from reaching the same champion-level heights the likes of PES 2016 so wonderfully claimed. But it says something when even a fair handful of criticisms do little to detract from the pleasure of the core gameplay. Cliche as it may sound in the context of the sport, but it’s what happens on the pitch that matters and PES 2018 proves once again it’s the king of football titles.
I'm amazed these iterations haven't gone stale on me. Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 produces a thoughtful distillation of the sport and makes for a slicker, more engrossing contest. Presentation remains held back by the struggle to maintain licenses. I feel online really shows the engine up when you're bombarded with pace and pressure from all sides. An actual game of two contrasting halves, here.
superstar mode very **** system prevent you doesnt learn game.actually you cant learn or yu play 4-5 year for superstar **** designers should work on training mode for teaching newbie players and if they balance myclub this game is better ...
El juego cumple su función, lo mejor del juego es armar torneos y jugar con amigos, una jugabilidad que no decepciona y que gracias a OPTION FILE podes tener a todos los equipos.
También es buenísimo que puedas editar con libertad aunque no es como sus antecesores de la PS3.
Pes 13 sonrası fifa'yı pes'e tercih etsem de aslında beraber oynayacağım kişi hangisini oynarsa onu oynarım. Benim için o kadar da mühim değildir. Pes 18 de askerlikte arkadaşlarımla oynamak zorunda kaldığım, 13'ten sonra aradaki küçük pes deneyimlerini saymazsak uzun süre sonra pes'e döndüğüm oyun oldu. Bence o kadar da fena değildi. Liverpool bomba gibiydi.
I've been Pro Evolution fan since before it was even called Pro Evolution (ISS on SNES). Always loved this game for its realism and freedom. In FIFA you were never able to create so many different ways of playing. So what happend to that freedom, Pro Evo?? What have you done??
At the beginning everything looks perfect. I'm not a child so I didnt expect all the teams, names and awesome commentary. That's PES and PES never was and probably never will be good in this field. For me whats on the pitch matters. And at the start it all looks great. Shots are great, goalkeepers saves are amazing, everything seems fluid and really good. Unfortunately the longer you play the worse it gets. Im not even going to talk about online play, which is an absolute joke with all the lags and bad server and cheaters. I'm going to focus on offline. So I was 4 seasons into Master League. I've had 1 (ONE!!!) Injury, handfull of fouls and never (NEVER) had a penalty. Gameplay is arcade and after a while you are finding yourself repeating same actions and same goals over and over again. Realism, the thing I loved about PES is none existent this year.
On top of that game is scripted to bits. People are complaining about FIFA being scripted (i ended up buying both. First FIFA since 98) but if they are looking for scripts it will be much easier to find them on PES. In fact after a while you notice that there is less matches that actually let you play than the scripted ones. I ended up winning with AC Milan 8-2 (top player level) just to loose right after to some crap team just because it was a derby match (in derby matches EVERY team plays like Barcelone on stereoids).
This year PES is just frustrating, unrealistic, scripted arcade mess. Im only giving 4 stars out of sentiment and for shots and keepers animations.
i dont care about licences or the graphic .
this game need a revolutionary of a.i and a new player movements .
and wow you can play the game with the d-pad i was shocked by that , this game its still out of the era , u cant play it in 360° movements till now .
unresponsive cursor .
unresponsive player .
a.i cheating all the time .
funny collision system