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ワールドサッカー ウイニングイレブン 2008





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PS2, X360, PSP, DS, Wii, PC

Release Dates

03/12/08 Konami
11/22/07 Konami
10/26/07 Konami

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Owners: 90
Favorite: 0
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 1

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 - Summary

Critically acclaimed, multi-million selling and still the most respected football title on the planet, Pro Evolution Soccer continues to be one of Konami’s flagship titles. The indications are that this latest incarnation will surpass everything that went before it and prove that PES 2008 will be the greatest version of the beautiful game to date.

Two new cover stars will grace the packshot with multiple player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo and England star Michael Owen endorsing the quality of PES 2008 by deciding to use their considerable talents alongside that of the game. As well as the outside having a new look, fans will be eager to know what new changes can be found inside the most important area of PES 2008 – the gameplay.

PES 2008 will feature a brand new intelligence system, called Teamvision, that adapts and reacts to players own gameplay styles to ensure that the computer controlled opponents are always challenging and forcing the player to think and chance their style of play to avoid being out-thought by the game. It will learn counter attacks that target your weaknesses and look to exploit any repetitive tactics players use.

Defenders react better to danger, closing down the ball and charging at shots and the goalkeepers will hold shots that are closer to them as well. Teammates will make more intelligent runs into space and the close control has been sharpened to ensure quick and fluid passing and speedy attacks can be built. The next gen versions will also feature extensive edit modes so players can completely customise their PES 2008 experience.


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Sales History

Total Sales
1 n/a n/a 199,052 199,052
2 n/a n/a 70,252 70,252
3 n/a n/a 36,238 36,238
4 n/a n/a 26,087 26,087
5 146,554 n/a 41,205 1,878 189,637
6 29,811 n/a 38,593 684 69,088
7 18,317 n/a 38,332 566 57,215
8 19,790 n/a 43,038 628 63,456
9 17,575 n/a 49,078 667 67,320
10 14,427 n/a 52,699 671 67,797

Opinion (57)

outlawauron posted 23/10/2008, 05:37
@ Brianna

That wasn't what I said. I said dollar wise, not education. One of the smartest people I know is Puerto Rican. That wasn't the point.

I was just the demographic that this appeals to, young to teenage boys, wouldn't be able to afford a PS3 and this game. I couldn't either at 13.
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MontanaHatchet posted 12/07/2008, 12:46
Because people from the Americas buy Fifa and not Pro Evo.
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Gearbox posted 08/07/2008, 08:42
why are the sales in america so poor?
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Dark Odin posted 19/06/2008, 01:31
just bought the american version yesterday.
I still donĀ“t know what option file use.
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Munkeh111 posted 03/06/2008, 05:56
A Euro 2008 boost this week?
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Brianna posted 03/06/2008, 01:51
Hmm.. thats racist.
Besides, Their Income and Education levels are higher than you think.
My family is Mexican but we've never bought a soccer game because we think they're boring. Real soccer is much more fun :p
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