Sports 30 September 2021
Another installment of the popular football simulators developed by the Japanese company Konami, operating under a new name - eFootball. This game, made available in the free-to-play model, allows players to play matches using different platforms.
eFootball PES 2021
Sports 15 September 2020
The next instalment of Konami Pro Evolution Soccer series. The game is not a fully-fledged continuation, but a seasonal refreshment of the previous part of the cycle. So we get an identical game and visual setting with updated player data and team composition.
eFootball PES 2020
Sports 10 September 2019
Another part of the Pro Evolution Soccer series of football simulators. Edition 2020 focuses more on multiplayer mode (especially for e-sport) and offers a lot of improvements in gameplay mechanics and graphics. Developers from the Japanese company Konami are responsible for creating this title.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2018
Sports 12 September 2017
Another annual entry in the popular soccer series by Konami. Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 develops the ideas from the previous game. Real Touch +, a new system that is responsible for how players handle a ball, now takes more body parts into account. Thanks to that we can see animations that are much more different from each other when players receive a ball, hit it with their heads, dribble etc. Another important change is that matches are now slower which makes the game a little more realistic. Additionally, there is also strategic dribbling which gives more control over the ball and improved set pieces. Besides classic game modes, PES 2018 also brings back Random Selection Match mode which now has more options. Also, the game offers an online co-op mode for two or three people. The graphics are much better when compared with the previous games which means that the game on particular platforms aren't that different from each other.
PES 2017 -Pro Evolution Soccer-
Sports 23 May 2017
A mobile version of the sports game Pro Evolution Soccer 2017. The edition released for smartphones and tablets using Android and iOS was based on the popular myClub mode. The player gathers cards featuring footballers and uses them to build their dream team. The game gives an opportunity to take direct control of footballers during matches played against other users and when competing against the AI. The experience combines arcade elements with a bit of simulation and tactics. The application was created in cooperation with several large football clubs, including FC Barcelona, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund. This allowed the developer to recreate the movement styles and appearances of top footballers with attention to detail (above all, Lionel Messi, Neymar, Luis Suarez, Andres Iniesta and Gerard Pique). The game's visuals constitute its another advantage, as PES 2017 -Pro Evoluton Soccer- is one of the best-looking games of this kind available on mobile devices.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017
Sports 13 September 2016
Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 is a sports game, a football simulator, released by Konami, from Japan. Contrary to its rival franchise - FIFA by Electronic Arts - Pro Evolution Soccer doesn't have the license of the International Football Federation, but makes it up with licenses for the Champions League, Europe League, and Europe Supercup. The 2017 edition introduces a slew of novelties, available only on the 8th generation consoles - PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. These are, among others, the Precise Pass system, responsible for behavior of the ball during passes, or Real Touch - the way the players control the ball. The game also allows setting advanced tactics and immediate changing of the attitude of our team from offensive into defensive. Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 offers different game modes for single and multiplayer. myClub makes a comeback in this part - building your own team - and Master League, with an overhauled system for negotiation transfers. Just like last year, the visuals were provided by Fox Engine.
PES 2016 myClub
Sports 08 December 2015
Developed exclusively for Sony consoles, PES 2016 myClub is a narrowed down version of the latest installment of the renowned series of soccer games created by the Konami company, and features a free-to-play business model with microtransactions. The gameplay in Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 myClub is almost identical to the original version of the production; the developers have used the same solutions, as well as the exact same physics engine, namely the Fox Engine. The title offers only two game modes: Exhibition Mode and MyClub. The first one allows us to play a match with one of the seven available teams, such as: Bayern, Juventus, Roma or the national teams of Brazil and France. The MyClub mode allows us to build our own team from scratch, purchasing new players for points we have acquired during our playthrough or by spending MyClub coins, which can be bought for real money.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2016
Sports 15 September 2015
Another installment in one of the longest-standing and most popular soccer game series, whose consecutive iterations have been appearing since 1996, consequently developed by the Japanese company Konami. The 2016 edition, coinciding with the 20th anniversary of the franchise, offers lots of innovations in addition to the usual wide array of options and play modes. First of all, opponents’ artificial intelligence in 1 on 1 duels, as well as its in-air play was improved, and new algorithms for goalkeepers were added. When it comes to the technical aspects, the game features significantly improved graphics, and, for the first time in the history of the series, dynamically changing weather. The in-game players received many new animations (including celebrations), and the ball physics and the collision system were enhanced. During the matches, you can listen to a duet of new commentators: Peter Drury and Marco Hagemann. For the first time in the series, the game features also European league cups, including Champions League, European League, and European Super Cup.
PES Club Manager
Sports 08 June 2015
A mobile football manager and a spin-off of the famed Pro Evolution Soccer series developed by Konami. In contrast with the poorly-received 2014 edition, which was an attempt to compete with FIFA Ultimate Team, this time we are looking at a serious sports manager which offers more than 5000 licensed players from Europe and South America. In contrast to other football managers, PES Club Manager keeps to the football side of the sport – our duties include picking a team, tactics, and training schedule, as well as transfers. We are also responsible for the development of the club’s infrastructure: building stadium improvements, club center, offices, youngling schools, scouting agency, fan-club headquarters, medical center, or training fields. When it comes to graphics, the game employs a three-dimensional match engine, known from previous major installments of the series.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2015
Sports 13 November 2014
Another installment of the annually released sports games series, constituting the primary alternative for the football productions released by EA Sports. It was developed, as was the whole franchise and all the other installments in it, by the Japanese media giant, Konami. Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 traditionally offers an opportunity to lead top football clubs from all over the world to victory in subsequent tournaments: from league matches through various cups and ending with championships. In the latest PES Master League Online was replaced by the myClub mode, as a response to the Ultimate Team known from the FIFA series. The single player gameplay is complemented by a usual set of online modes that allow us to compete against players from all around the globe. Thanks to the capabilities of the 8th-generation consoles, the game's physics and graphics were improved, as were the AI algorithms and audience behavior.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2014
Sports 20 September 2013
Thirteenth installment in the soccer simulation game series Pro Evolution Soccer, started and developed by the Konami company. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 lets the players take control of the world’s best soccer teams from prestigious leagues. PES Productions studio aimed to introduce a score of modifications to gameplay mechanics in order to make the game more compelling. The novelties include more precise control over individual players and a whole spectrum of tricks and moves you can use during virtual matches. The game is powered by a modified version of the Fox Engine (also used in Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain), featuring significantly improved 3D graphics.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2013
Sports 20 September 2012
A realistic football simulation game produced by Konami's development studio. The game is the 12th installment of the Pro Evolution Soccer series, the biggest competitor to the FIFA series. Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 is based on proven solutions. Players once again have the opportunity to direct their favourite football teams on virtual pitches. The available game modes allow players to face either computer-assisted artificial intelligence or live opponents.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2012
Sports 27 September 2011
A sports game that plays football games belonging to the popular Konami series. Compared to previous editions, the artificial intelligence and cooperation between the players has been improved. The zone confront was heavily rebuilt and the graphics, especially character animations, were thoroughly refined.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
Sports 08 October 2010
A new installment in the popular football series developed by an internal studio of Konami, led by Shingo “Seabass” Takatsuka. Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 introduces new gameplay modes and improved match mechanics, including new passing mechanics – from now on, the player has to choose the direction and the strength of the pass. The authors reworked tactical options, adding instructions for different phases of the match and the current score, as well as introduced a stadium editor and a gift shop. The game received new animations and improved looks of both stadiums and players. The 2011 edition holds the license for France’s Ligue 1 and Netherlands’ Eredivisie, with the remaining teams maintaining placeholder names.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
Sports 23 October 2009
The next installment of a series of sports games dedicated to football. Compared to the previous edition, several improvements were introduced in 2010. Artificial intelligence and realism have been improved. Managerial options have been added to the Master League mode. In addition, Konami has finally acquired the rights to the European League.
Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
Sports 17 October 2008
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 is the next installment of a series of football simulations, created by the Tokyo branch of the Konami concern, with Shingo "Seabass" Takatsuka at the forefront. According to the annual tradition, the game introduces a series of improvements to the cycle in order to make it as close to reality as possible.
Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2008
Sports 26 October 2007
Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 is the next installment of the popular soccer series. As a standard, developers from Konami corporation served us updated line-ups of virtual club and national teams, so that every football enthusiast could be satisfied. However, numerous changes have also been introduced in the mechanics of the game.
Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007
Sports 26 October 2006
Another installment in the soccer series developed by a Tokyo-based branch of Konami. The game introduces many novelties, the most prominent one being the International Challenge mode, which is an equivalent to the World Cup championship. Moreover, the players are given licensed national teams (including Netherlands, England, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago) as well as league clubs (featuring Bayern Munchen and Manchester United). In comparison to the previous installments, the gameplay mechanics of Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 remain unaltered, however, the developers have implemented some novelties into the game’s formula – the game is more dynamic and features fewer interruptions by the referee’s whistle. The free kick mechanism allows the players to quickly perform set pieces. The whole experience is well-accompanied by additional animations, improved textures, and well-developed soccer player models. The single player career is complemented by the multiplayer mode.
Winning Eleven Tactics
Sports 24 March 2006
Pro Evolution Soccer Management is a virtual football manager, created on the wave of popularity of football simulations from the stable of the Konami corporation. An effort has been made to ensure full cooperation with Pro Evolution Soccer 5, so that data (players, team settings, etc.) can be easily exchanged between the two programs.
Winning Eleven 8
Sports 15 October 2004
Pro Evolution Soccer 4 is a sports game, which is the fourth installment of the football cycle developed by the Konami development team led by Shingo "Seabassa" Takatsuki. Players have the opportunity to test their football skills in realistic games involving nearly 200 club and national teams. On the American and Asian markets the game is known as Winning Eleven 8.