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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 Latest News - PS2

Game Description:A lot of games talk about evolution. Pro Evolution Soccer really means it. The franchise, already known for fluid and realistic play, is ready to adapt to your game - and counter it! The remarkable new AI Teamvision system tracks your attack style, counters your movements, and tries to take advantage of your on-field errors, creating the most realistic tactical football experience yet. The actual gameplay has been fine-tuned, with new set pieces and controls available. Just about any star you can imagine is at your disposal, with an extensive roster of licensed national and club teams that includes thousands of footballers from hundreds of teams.
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 News

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  • New Games This Week...

    You know, we could go on and on about how Super Smash Bros. Brawl is coming out this week for the Wii. We could write about all the new playable characters and the new arenas - about how we're all going to be waiting in line at Sam's Club to purchase the game at midnight. But you'd be expecting that. So, instead, I give you... The PS2 port of...

    Posted March 9, 2008| 27 Comments

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  • Pro Evolution Soccer 08 Review

    Posted: March 18, 2008

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