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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 Latest News - PSP

Game Description:The world's best-selling soccer game just keeps getting better. New enhancements and unmatched detail have the ninth edition of Winning Eleven poised to dominate again. The lineup of leagues and clubs, already pushing legal limits, has added even more of the world's top squads. Marvel at new, insanely detailed motion capture, go deeper in a refined Master League with expanded player management, overcome harsher weather (snow!), and try new formations, including "Wing Back" and "Second Striker." Save Vs. Mode results for up to 20 people with the new Memorial Match feature, and, for the first time ever, match up with players around the globe as Winning Eleven goes online.
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