PES 2008 osd meanings

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Mar 22, 2008

PES 2008 osd meanings by lou_weed at 4:47 PM (877 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. lou_weed
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    As I've never played other PES games , i dont know the meaning of some markings on players:

    - red/green square besides his name
    - sometimes the player's name is yellow (opposing to white on other players)

    btw, anyone got a scan of a manual somewhere ?
     
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    Depends where you see the re/green thing, but if it is during the game I think red is for attackers and green is for midfielders.

    The player's name is yellow because he has a yellow card. It's useful as it reminds you not to try a sliding tackle with that guy or he could get sent off.

    I really hope someone ups a manual soon, the tutorials go so far but I'm sure I'm missing some things, mainly defending.
     
  3. lou_weed
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    1st, thanks a lot . you're right : blue=defender , green=midfielders , red=forwards
    yeah , i hate it when they make you progress thru the "adventure" mode in order to see the advanced tutorials..

    the things i've picked up so far :
    - shake the wiimote (instead of the nunchuk) in order to make a chip shot - above the goalie when he pulls out.
    - "grab" a player with A (keep A pressed) and press Z in order to slide tackle ( no shaking involved - some kind of precise defense movement needed..)
    - when attacking :"click" on the player with the ball , he will slowly dribble and keep the ball (if he's talented enough and got only one defender on him) , than you can arrange all the moves for current attack. a great feature to use in midfield/wings .
    - use the d-pad on the wiimote to change the level of pressure on the field (1 to 5 , right/left/center) - its shown on the lower corners (left/right : according to your defense position) . its actually good when you want to see your far players when taking a corner and using camera type 2.

    edit: added 4th bullet
     

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