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Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 Latest News - PC

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007
Game Description:Take the field and experience the realistic, fast-paced action of Konami's acclaimed soccer series. or take the reins of your favorite team with the in-depth Master League Mode. This 2007 edition features enhanced animation and collision detection systems that combine to deliver the most fluid gameplay experience ever for the series. Players jostle for position as they prepare for a header, retain control of the ball when performing slide tackles, set up long runs with beautifully timed lead passes, turn defenders as they receive the ball, dribble backwards, and perform spectacular fakes. Also look for enhanced online play, improved graphics, new fully licensed international and league teams, new uniforms and new game modes. The game also boasts a robust Master League mode, which gives players even more control over their favorite team by allowing them to manage and train the players on their own soccer franchise.
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