1. shaunj66

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    ^^ndsrelease-2300^^
     
  2. mah76

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    Awesome, cant wait to play!
     
  3. scoozer

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    hope this sucks not like proevo6 ds
     
  4. Jei

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    Game icon reminds me of Captain Tsubasa.
     
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    Nice boxart [​IMG]
     
  6. chava

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    So is this Pro evolution Soccer 2008???
    Looks once again like crap.
     
  7. blahman

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    512mb o.o? its 1024... or maybe they overdumped it...
    anyway... it really seems like FIFA beats WE again on DS even though FIFA's only a 256mb. FIFA has commentary, change camera, and the overall presentation''s just that much better. The players look more like rugby players. The ball gets bigger while in the air to simulate getting nearer feels completely wrong. Player movements feel like Real (Fake) Football 08. The camera angle ( which cannot be changed) makes me want to vomit. Players seem to be able to get tackled by the other team's player even though it looks like they're too far away to make you lose the ball.

    There are still some good things about this game though. More aggressive AI without being completely stupid and street fighter - like in FIFA, where computer dare to slide tackle you from behind in their box, which they do very often and probably injure 2 of your players a game. No brain dead goal keeper that always leaves his line despite you not telling him to. A lot more responsive at clearances - in FIFA players never seem to bother try clearing the ball up the field until it's pretty much pointless to do.
     
  8. qusai

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    oh man, i LOVED that series!
    too bad the games were never translated.
     
  9. defrb

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    its simple, a handheld aint made for things like this, the producers need more brain training, these are my 2 cents,.

    Try pes 2008 on the pc, thats where that belongs,.
     
  10. dice

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    I wouldn't go that far, the psp does a great job of handling football games
     
  11. pasc

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    Why ? Fifa 08 for the DS is a decent game.
     
  12. xflash

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    why is this below release #1569?
     
  13. Lumstar

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    Well... Obviously. PSP has more than double DS's processing power, and a UMD disc holds over 4 times the current 256MB limit for DS cards can.

    That doesn't mean good looking games aren't possible though. Dementium The Ward, Metroid Prime Hunters, and Viewtiful Joe Double Trouble put it's 3D hardware to serious use.
     
  14. idn

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    Well, the GBA version of Winning Eleven was very good. It even had commentary. Yes, GBA version.
     
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