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#1 Kamy100

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 11:58 AM

Konami have released a teaser trailer today (see below) with the full trailer which will include details of what to expect this year launching on 24th April.

I know that a lot of people on this site don't have much time for PES these days, and I can completely understand. I have played PES2012 extensively and the core gameplay is superb, but the way it moves and animates is plain ugly. I really hope that Konami have worked on the animations and the way the game moves this year, if they have then I can see people loving PES because if you can get past the animations and the rigid movement, deep down the core gameplay is superb and in many ways superior to FIFA (offline):



#2 Tom M

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 17:35 PM

I await the same hype of a rebuild and then be let down again.

It's th same cycle for me as smack down vs raw is, effectively they both need a rebuild from the ground up. I'll give it a shot though

A lot of it is rose tinted specs I suppose, we long for the like of PES 4 (winning eleven 7 still wins though) but in reality the current iterations are probably better we are just older and more cynical now.

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 13:28 PM

For me, if they sort the shooting out i'll be happy, And please stop the players moaning all the bloody time!
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#4 Kamy100

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:27 AM

Press Release:

PES 2013: A Whole New Ball Game


Individuality and Full Control the key as PES 2013 moves the goalposts

Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH will offer football fans an unprecedented level of control, when its PES 2013 title returns to the field this Autumn.

As befits a game endorsed by Cristiano Ronaldo – a player who embodies the skill and grace of top level football – PES 2013 sees the series returning to its roots, with the emphasis on the individual skills of the world’s best players, and giving the player the total freedom to play any style of ball, to any team mate, anywhere on the pitch. This follows further consultation with both football and PES fans alike, and the result is the most faithful recreation of modern day football to date, with players modeled to match the running motions, abilities and playing styles, and the flicks and turns of their real-life counterparts.

Three key elements form the basis of PES 2013’s innovations, with all new additions falling within the fields of PES FullControl, Player ID, and ProActive AI.

PES FullControl (PES FC): Never before has a football game offered such a level of control over the way it is played:

• Total Freedom of Control: PES 2012 introduced the concept of freedom of movement, with players making better runs through improved AI. The new ‘PES FC’ in PES 2013 goes further with total freedom over ball control.

• Dynamic First Touch: PES 2013 introduces subtle ways to receive the ball, from traps, gently lifting it past an attacker to run on to. First touch is everything and players can trap the ball using the R2 button, killing the speed of a well-hit pass and bringing it instantly under control, or using the momentum of the pass to turn a defender.

• Full Manual Passing and Full Manual Shooting: PES 2013 offers fully manual passing and shooting, allowing users to determine the height and power of each. Long low passes can be sent skimming across the pitch, while using L2 while shooting will give the user total control over where the pass or shot is placed. Skill and precision are needed to master these, but passes can be made into open areas, allowing lone strikers to thrive, while offering an unrivalled variety in ways to score.

• Dribbling: The speed with which a player moves with the ball has been slowed in line with real matches, but using R2 allows players to add various styles to their close control. Players can vary the speed of their dribbling, and cushion the ball as they move freely within a 360-degree circle. The new system allows players to knock a ball past a player and collect it, nutmeg them, or hold up play by shielding the ball as team mates find space and make runs.

• Full Manual One-Two: Active one-two passes can be made, with the second player being moved in any direction, facilitating various tactical movements.

• Response Defending: Countering the attacking options the new dribbling system offers, is a beautifully-balanced defence system. Players can use R2 and X to slow an attack, with a double-tap of the X button prompting a perfectly-timed challenge. Full 360-degree control means that players can check runs and steal the ball from a parallel position, while the individuality element will see world renowned defenders using aerial dominance of physicality to win the ball.

• Goalkeepers: Even the game’s ‘keepers benefit from more control, while their distribution is more precise thanks to the addition of a power gauge when they throw the ball, creating opportunities for new, quicker counter attacks.

Player ID: Player ID focuses on the individual elements and movements that each player boasts:

• Player Individuality: The very best players in PES 2013 will be instantly recognisable via incredible likeness and signature attributes that bring them to life. The way they run, turn, trap and move the ball, shoot and even celebrate will be noticeably different during play. Midfielders and defenders will move and track back mimicking the exact styles of the real thing, while strikers will shape to shoot just like the real thing.

• The individuality of movement has also been extended to between the posts. Goal keeping has been totally invigorated via new animations and play styles. New varieties of saves and reactions have been added to ensure the game’s ‘keepers are in line with the efforts of real shot stoppers. This level of realism also extends to the game’s top-rated goal keepers, with their moves to close attacks down, fling themselves to tip a shot past the post, and in-goal acrobatics benefiting from all new animations and AI.

ProActive AI: ProActive AI unites the control and realism, with players that will respond and find space as befits those at the top of their game:

• Balance of Play: The development team has worked closely with the PES fan base to eradicate any illogical elements to the way players move and run in PES 2013, with the ‘ProActive AI’ system enhancing the attack/defence balance elements, proper zonal movements to the defending unit to remove bunching in all areas, setting a harder to beat defensive line, and allowing for quicker counters from the wing-backs.

• Tactical Precision: The balance of play has also been enhanced in the play between defences and the front line, with greater organisation as the teams track back or pelt forward. This means players are set up to exploit space with quick counter attacks,

• Goalkeepers: Improvements to the goal keepers was voted the key advancement football fans wanted to see in PES 2013, and the team has worked hard with real keepers to ensure they respond with better reactions, pull off reflex saves, clear their lines effectively,.

PES 2013 will also boast better connectivity and atmosphere. The popular myPES application will extend the connectivity and communication between Facebook-using PES fans, while the game’s audio effects are being tied closer to the on-field action to provide the kind of buzz seen at top-tier matches, with crowds growing in excitement as their team starts to exert pressure.

“This is an exciting time to be part of the PES community, and PES 2013 marks a new level of control and a return to our key ethos of utter control and freedom,” commented Jon Murphy, European PES Team Leader. “PES 2013 will offer a new level of realism, with players on field no longer all running in the same manner, or making the same kinds of passes. 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.”

Trailer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGZLuGoPBEc&feature=player_embedded

Screens:

PES 2013 Screens

#5 roverandout

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Posted 01 May 2012 - 19:42 PM

2012 edition was ######, not sure, for the first time ever, if i will be buying the latest one

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 11:03 AM

not been a pes fan for a while. its fifa all the way for me, pes has just lost its way during the switch to next gen from what i saw.

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 13:23 PM

Demo out now guys!


OK here it is guys, my first and only game so far on the PES 2013, all in glorious HD for you (Go to the actual youtube link and make sure to hit the cog wheel and change up to 1080).

I forgot to change the difficulty setting so I did win but as you'll see I need to get a grip of the new passing system.

Goals at 8 mins and 9 mins 20...

enjoy!!!



P.S Look at the perfect tackle I do on Ronaldo at 2:10 and how he gets a foul for it, injustice!!!
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#8 Biddy

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 19:16 PM

Might be just me, but that looks really arcady/cartoony.

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 20:50 PM

Might be just me, but that looks really arcady/cartoony.

It most certainly is not Arcady on top player/Superstar level, very much a simulation. You have so much freedom when you use R2 for dribbling and L2 for manual shooting/passing. Also in settings turn down passing assistance from 3 bars to 1 bar, again makes the game very much a simulation and gives you so much more freedom.

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 21:59 PM

Might be just me, but that looks really arcady/cartoony.


I only had one game so far but it was a bit, in the game I played I scored a thirty yarder and a volley from outside the box, looks like it will need to be put on top difficulty and fully manual to be realistic

The ball seems too floaty as well. I'll give it another try tomorrow
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#11 Kamy100

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Posted 26 July 2012 - 06:59 AM

Put it on the higher difficulty levels and tone down some of the assits and the game is much much more of a simulation. It's like FIFA12, if you are playing FIFA with assisted controls you are really only getting 50% of the full potential of the game, in essence all you are doing is pressing buttons the AI is doing almost everything else for you, going to Semi/Manual controls gives you so much more freedom on FIFA, you are able to do that on PES this year, also crucial to use R2 for dribiling, on the higher difficulty levels it enables you to get a little bit of space. Also L2 when passing in certain areas/shooting it enables you to do a fully manual pass, again if you get it right it very satisfying,

I don't mind admitting that I am PES fanboy, but this year they really have got a lot of things very right. Even on FIFA forums game is being praised. FIFA13 is also looking very special so market could have 2 very decent games which have different strengths and weakneeses.

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Posted 26 July 2012 - 17:13 PM

They still haven't sorted out the motions for when the player is kicking the ball, in particular shooting where it doesn't look quite right, and the keepers are still prone to the odd error.

They have improved it though, I like the passing and the range of skills.

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 11:49 AM

Finally a football game worth playing.

Loving the demo, and as always the pes community have come up trumps.A tasty 18 teams unlocked and allowing you to change demo lenght and add extra time and penalties.

Bring on the master league!!
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Posted 30 July 2012 - 11:38 AM

I will download this tonight when i get home. Looks good from what i have seen so far.
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Posted 31 July 2012 - 11:47 AM

Plays well does this. Got it on the ps3. There's only 5 international teams you can play as, and think a few Copa Libertadores ones also. I just played a few international friendlies though. So far so good!
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Posted 06 August 2012 - 11:20 AM

Love the passing after playing around a bit but the keepers are still terrible and the ball physics are still a bit off and too floaty for me
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Posted 03 September 2012 - 12:12 PM

I've seen a few different release dates for this ranging from mid September to mid October.

Does anyone know when this is actually going to be released ?

#18 Kamy100

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Posted 03 September 2012 - 14:03 PM

I have been told that the game should be out on 21st September. Konami should be confirming the release date at somepoint this week.

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Posted 03 September 2012 - 15:27 PM

Whats your view on the ML fiasco?

Your mate Adam isnt impressed at all.

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Posted 03 September 2012 - 20:50 PM

Whats your view on the ML fiasco?

Your mate Adam isnt impressed at all.


It has the potential to totally ruin ML, it's ridiculous what they have done with the micro boosting. Hopefully Adam can show them that almost everyone doesn't want this "feature" and they patch in an option to be able to switch it off. Otherwise it'll ruin ML, which is what I play most on PES.




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