Pro Evolution Soccer 6
Free soccer simulation game with lots of features and locations
- Category Various Utilities
- License Free
- Size 24.04 MB
- Works under Windows 2003 / Windows XP / Windows NT / Windows 2000 / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 98 / Windows 95
- Language English
- Program by Konami
Check Out the Upcoming Football Fun
The Trailer for Pro Evolution 6 has finally been released and gamers are being treated to a sneak preview of what is to come. Is it worth checking out, or is it better to simply check out the full game? Read on to find out.
The first thing that gamers will notice when they check out the trailer is that the game graphics have been enhanced dramatically this time around. The poor graphics was one of the main criticisms of the previous game and it is satisfying to see that this issue has been addressed. This is sure to help put players in the picture when they actually play the game and add to the excitement factor.
The players now move in a much more realistic way, which will also help to add to the drama of the game. as the trailer demonstrates, a large number of world famous football players are represented and gamers will have the chance to customise their teams and players to suit their own individual preferences. There appears to be a wide range of options in the tool bar and this time the tool bar has been arranged to make the different elements and options easier to find and select.
Unfortunately, the poor commentary that other games in this series were plagued with is still present. Not only is the commentary rather generic, it also seems to have a bit of a lag time between what is happening on the pitch and what is being said. Of course, it is possible to turn off the commentary, but for many people who grew up watching football on television the commentary may well feel like an essential part of the action.
The great graphics and realistic play movements of the Pro Evolution 6 Trailer are certainly enough to whet the appetite of gamers. The trailer clearly demonstrates that a lot of time and attention has gone into creating the actual game and there are sure to be plenty of great moments to enjoy. Fans of football games are sure to find plenty to love here and this trailer serves as an exciting introduction to the game.
- Fantastic graphics
- A good insight into the game
- Draws viewers into the action
- Players display realistic movement
- Not actually a game to play
- The commentary is rather bad