Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Previews - PS3

Game Description: Konami's latest installment in its critically acclaimed soccer simulation franchise features a host of new upgrades designed to make the game the best iteration yet. Improved controls, updated visuals and animations, reactive crowds, smarter AI, and a deeper online experience are just a few of the new additions that will make this the soccer simulator to beat this coming season.
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Previews

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    Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Hands-On Preview

    After two years of struggling against the competition, Konami's newest installment looks like a rehabilitated player. G4tv.com's Sterling McGarvey steps onto the virtual pitch to check it out.

    Posted: Sep 1, 2009

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Review

    Posted: November 12, 2009

    3,684 Views | 02:18

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 GamesCom 2009 Trailer

    Posted: August 20, 2009

    4,028 Views | 01:08

  • Konami GamesCom 2009 Press Conference

    Posted: August 20, 2009

    3,054 Views | 50:34

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Player Support 101

    Posted: August 12, 2009

    2,391 Views | 05:59

  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Behind the Scenes Of Konami

    Posted: July 14, 2009

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