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    New details on the Wii version of PES 2008

    Konami has today outlined its innovative user interface for the forthcoming Wii version of PES 2008.

    Due for release March 28th, PES 2008 has been redesigned to make incredible use of the motion-sensitive nature of the Wii’s control system. The player has more control over the on-screen action than ever before, and in line with such advances, Konami has also unveiled an all-new pack design that conveys the unique in-game visuals and ease of use while maximising its use of cover stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Michael Owen.

    Crucial to PES 2008 for Wii is an all-new control system that truly elevates the level of control available to the player while retaining the depth and intuitive moves of the series. Making use of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, the player must also consider the movements of their teammates around them. The Nunchuck is used to move the current player, while the Wii Remote is used to pick out players to send them on runs or to receive passes via simple click and drag system which uses arrows to show the path of the run, and a press of the ‘B’ button to complete the move.

    The level of control offered by the bespoke Wii system elevates PES 2008 far beyond any other football game. Dribbling is effected by clicking on the player and using an arrow and the ‘A’ button to guide the ball. The speed of the run can then be altered by extending or reducing the length of the guiding arrow, allowing stunning quick turns and bursts of speed to catch defenders off-guard.

    Shooting also benefits from more control over the players, with the Nunchuck used to shoot or head simply by shaking it. As with the real sport, however, timing is everything in front of goal, and the speed of the pass or cross, the ability of the player, the angle of trajectory and the timing of the shot or header will all have differing effects on the resultant shot.

    To ease the player into the stunning level of control PES 2008 offers, the Wii game features a wide-ranging Tutorial mode wherein a series of instructional videos and tests detail how the Wii Remote and Nunchuck can be used to man-mark players, pass into space, clear dangerous crosses and perform slide tackles. Every aspect of the modern game is brought to vivid life, and the advances in control ensure that PES 2008 is a game that develops and surprises as the user’s skill grows.

    PES 2008 challenges the player further across six game modes, including Match, League and Cup games, the aforementioned Training system and a Player Trade option. By the far the greatest challenge, however, awaits in the all-new ‘Champions Road’ competition.

    Champions Road is a global, rewards-based challenge, where players are invited to guide and develop the team of their choice through a series of league games all over the world. By systematically winning each competition, the user is given Experience points which can be used to bolster the attributes of their team. Likewise, as team after team is defeated, the player can cherry-pick the best players of the teams they have beaten to their starting XI. In turn, extra skills can also be unlocked, allowing users to piece together a ‘Dream Team’ that constantly grows and evolves as they become more successful. Additional mini-tasks are also randomly set during the course of a Champions Road match, too, such as scoring a hat-trick or stringing together a succession of passes, and doing so allows the player to add higher-rated players to their team.

    PES 2008 is also the first Konami Wii title to make use of Nintendo’s highly personal Mii characters. Used as in-game avatars by the Wii user, players can integrate up to 16 pre-defined Miis into a team, while the resultant teams can be stored on to the Wii Remote and switched between two linked Remotes. PES 2008 also enjoys a strong online element, allowing users to play ‘Free Matches’ against unknown opponents, or ‘Friend Matches’ against people on the Wii’s Friends list, while team data can also be sent to friends via the console’s WiiConnect24 system.
    looks very interesting. hopeit turns out good. link



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    i dont think the sales will be to good as the season nearly finished
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    Me Wif My Boxing Glove!!! Wii-Bhoy's Avatar
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    This Game Is Goin To Be Awesome!!! Really Cannot Wait!
    The Controls Sound Difficult But Im Always Up For A Challenge!

    Thanks To Dan.Skater For The Awesome Sig!

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    People enjoy soccer?

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    Why Wouldnt You Enjoy Soccer? Well Football Where I Come From!

    Thanks To Dan.Skater For The Awesome Sig!

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    If you paid attention to Everybody Votes, you'd know that many people enjoy soccer.

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    M'bating to Z Suit Samus Atomheart's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milkman
    If you paid attention to Everybody Votes, you'd know that many people enjoy soccer.
    Well, I meant in the US. Since the US makes up like 80% market, it seems silly to make a game only 20% of the market will be interested in.

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    Yeah In The US Football Or "Soccer" Isnt As Popular As It Is In Europe...
    Although Its Europe That Konami Are Kinda Pointin PES 2008 At Mostly...

    Thanks To Dan.Skater For The Awesome Sig!

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    totally disagree japan are for football(well winning elevens)
    PS3 now, sorry Wii. You gather dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomheart
    People enjoy soccer?
    The United States has more official soccer players than any other nation in the world - almost 18 million.

    So there should be quite a few who would buy PES in the USA.

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