- Publisher: Konami
- Release Date: Sep 15, 2015
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
The award winning series returns packed with new features in its 20th anniversary year.
PES 2016 comes with a whole host of new and improved features that is set to raise the bar once again in a bid to retain its title of Best Sports Game: Master League completely overhauled fromThe award winning series returns packed with new features in its 20th anniversary year.
PES 2016 comes with a whole host of new and improved features that is set to raise the bar once again in a bid to retain its title of Best Sports Game:
Master League completely overhauled from presentation to running of your team
New night time lighting and player models using Fox Engine
Human motion 3x more animations for players and goalkeepers
New edit features including image importing
Deeper team intelligence Player and team behaviour taken to the next level… Expand
- Developer: Konami
- Genre(s): Sports, Team, Soccer, Sim
- # of players: Up to 22
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 - 20th Anniversary Trailer
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Sep 30, 2015Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 is a fun game, with a fluid gameplay and some good ideas. But it does not offer many new features compared to its predecessor.
Positive: 0 out of 2
Mixed: 1 out of 2
Negative: 1 out of 2
Dec 27, 2016"PES 2016" was an enjoyable game, although it is a bit difficult to play, have all the teams, and even some teams that we have not known at"PES 2016" was an enjoyable game, although it is a bit difficult to play, have all the teams, and even some teams that we have not known at the moment, was a good video game.… Expand
Sep 29, 2015I never feel compelled to write reviews on any site, however PES 2016 is the rare exception as I feel that it's my duty to warn others who areI never feel compelled to write reviews on any site, however PES 2016 is the rare exception as I feel that it's my duty to warn others who are considering an update and are still on the fence. Speaking of updates, the squads feature the roster of the 2014-15 season, something which is shameful ( Cech is still on the Chelsea team, Falcao at Man. U, ect). One can expect many unlicensed teams, but to not even have strips that are the same colour as the real teams is appalling. There are even fewer desirable teams than other versions of PES, with the exclusion of Bundesliga (except for 3 teams), particular Borrusia Dortmund being the most notable. Certain leagues are present (unlicensed may I add) that would not interest the average player, such as the Chilean league and the Championship. The game is also lacking many playable features, something which Fifa is not lacking. However, the actual gameplay and matches feel more engrossing and intense than Fifa but even that is stress inducing. It is way too easy to score and concede and sometimes feels like an arcade, scoring straight from kick off via a through ball is not uncommon. Goalkeepers are atrocious, they parry almost any ball into the box and any hard shot which is on target normally result in a goal. This was also present in the last iteration of PES I have played, 2008. The AI also seems to be lacking, as defenders fail to pick up runs and attackers are slow to react when in offiside positions. The only major positive in the whole game was the training modes, both skills and free training are enjoyable and improve your overall game. To summarize, this is an outdated, frustrating game that gets tiresome quickly. Do not think for even a second that Konami are any different from EA, they both share a common disregard for quality. At least EA have a glossy game that feels fully realised.… Expand
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