This fall Pro Evolution Soccer strides back onto the pitch to showcase dazzling new skills. Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 returns to the roots of football with unique levels of control plus major emphasis on the individual style of the world's best players.
This fall Pro Evolution Soccer strides back onto the pitch to showcase dazzling new skills. Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 returns to the roots of football with unique levels of control plus major emphasis on the individual style of the world's best players. Thanks to feedback from dedicated fans, PES2013 offers total freedom to play any kind of ball, which for the first time includes full control over shooting and the first touch. Endorsed by Cristiano Ronaldo, PES will continue to push boundaries, perfectly reflecting the genius of top level players and capturing the essence of modern teamwork. The result will be the most faithful recreation of modern day soccer to date.
>Sometimes the game would freeze when importing PES 2012 data. This applies to cases where implementing the data would result in players switching to wearing boots which were issued in PES 2012 Data Pack 3.
In the demo of the game Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 a new balance between the offensive and defensive actions, there have also been improvements in the speed of the shot and trajectory. Also has been improved artificial intelligence with an emphasis on defensive players, who effectively block. The Demo allows you to play eleven licensed teams among which were: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Athletic Club Bilbao, Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Santos, Corinthians, Boca Juniors and Chivas.
The first touch determines how players receive the ball. Using the R2 button (on PlayStation), you can kill a drilled pass dead or use momentum to turn a defender. The speed of players moving with the ball has been slowed to better reflect real matches. R2 here lets you vary the dribbling speed and move freely within a 360 degree circle.
European PES Team Leader Jon Murphy said: "This is an exciting time to be part of the PES community, and PES 2013 marks a new level of playability with the return to our key ethos of utter control and freedom.
"Football is all about making magic happen with skill and precision, and PES 2013 truly encapsulates this. Fresh faces within the development team and some very exciting ideas will breathe new life into the PES series, and we look forward to showing what we can do in the coming months."
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 (PES 2013, known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2013 in Japan and South Korea) is an association football video game, developed and published by Konami. The game was announced by Konami on April 18, 2012. For the first time of the series, all 20 teams from the Brazilian national league, Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A, are included in the game series. The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League features in the game. PES 2013 was the last game in the series available on a Nintendo home console and was succeeded by Pro Evolution Soccer 2014.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 was met with generally positive reception. GameRankings and Metacritic gave it a score of 81.55% and 82 out of 100 for the PlayStation 3 version; 80.43% and 82 out of 100 for the Xbox 360 version; 72.50% and 80 out of 100 for the PC version; and 55% and 60 out of 100 for the Wii version.
It is often considered by fans of the franchise to be the best game in the series. The Digital Fix gave the PS3 version a score of nine out of ten, stating, "It might have taken a very long time but PES is finally good again." Digital Spy gave the same version four stars out of five and said, "When the whistle blows and the action is go, PES 2013 is easily a match for FIFA, coming closer than ever to winning back its crown." Neil Davey of The Guardian also gave it four stars out of five, stating: "Is this the Pro Evo to convince Fifa [sic] fans to switch? No. Is it an improvement on the last couple of years' PES incarnations? Yes. Will I be loving it and hating it and still playing it until PES 2014 comes out? Absolutely." The Daily Telegraph gave the Xbox 360 version four stars out of five and called it "[a]n excellent and long overdue return to form." 2b1af7f3a8