Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Latest News - Xbox 360

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 Dropping Konami ID System For Multiplayer

    One of the biggest complaints leveled against some of Konami's most popular online-driven PlayStation 3 games, including Metal Gear Solid Online and Pro Evolution Soccer 2009, is the additional Konami ID system required to play. It's an extra level of security that proved a major headache for gamers and it's being dropped for Pro Evolution...

    Posted September 16, 2009

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Dropping Konami ID System For Multiplayer
  • Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Hands-On Preview

    It's hardly a secret that I have a near-terrifying obsession with soccer, and have for years. While most of the (coughThrowegg fanscough) Feed readers enjoy taunting Billy Berghammer's undying love for the Packers, I manage to dodge several bullets shot at my favorite clubs. So it should come as little surprise that whether it's FIFA or Pro...

    Posted September 1, 2009

    Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Hands-On Preview
  • Konami GamesCom 2009 Press Conference Report

    Watch Larger Version of this Video UPDATE: The video has now been added for your viewing pleasure. Jam packed in a room a quarter the size of the other GamesCom press conferences, Konami is hosting its annual press conference. With people standing on top of people who are standing on top of people who are sitting – the place is...

    Posted August 20, 2009

    Konami GamesCom 2009 Press Conference Report
  • First Image Of 'Pro Evolution Soccer 2010'

    To demonstrate the graphical advances of this year's Pro Evolution Soccer 2010, Konami has dropped the first in-game image for the latest installment of their soccer franchise. "Demonstrating the stunning new level of detail and graphical refinement, the work in progress image shows cover star Lionel Messi in action in the new game, and...

    Posted May 13, 2009| 11 Comments

    First Image Of 'Pro Evolution Soccer 2010'
  • 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

    2,051 Views | 07:43


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