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Game Description:PES has scored big. The ultra-realistic football franchise gets even better as it's now the exclusive video-game home of the UEFA Champions League. Experience every element of the premier club competition along with across-the-board improvements in on-field play. Improved AI drives your teammates to seek open space, take smart lines to the goal, and call for the ball once they get there. New, more realistic camera angles showcase the even-more detailed players like never before. There are new teams, new stadiums, updated rosters, and improvements in ball control, passing, and coordinated attacks.
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