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神祕人1號 11:47 AM 05-10-06
E3 06: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 in January
Konami's football game named Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 internationally and will hit Xbox 360 and DS for the first time.

By Guy Cocker, GameSpot
Posted May 9, 2006 7:04 pm PT

LOS ANGELES--Konami has announced that the next instalment in its football series will launch in January 2007 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, PC, Xbox 360 and DS. The game will be called Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 internationally and will have offer a number of improvements that include new international teams and play modes.

Konami has promised that the game will offer faster gameplay, as players make runs without the ball, identify opportunities and point to where they want the ball delivered. Defenders will jockey for position and strikers will work to turn their opponent as they receive the ball, as well as taking more snap shots and precision volleys.

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 will also offer new play modes, including an international challenge with four continents to play through, a random match selector that will create a team of players at random from a chosen league or area, and a master league mode that will last longer than before.

Konami has managed to acquire more international licenses for the title, so Argentina, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden will all have the correct player names. There will be more club teams with accurate details when the game is released next year. We'll get an early play of the game at Konami's booth when it opens tomorrow, so we'll update you with our impressions shortly.
神祕人1號 02:00 AM 08-25-06
GC 2006: Konami readies Pro Evolution Soccer 6!

Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH unveils PES6 Xbox 360 code for first time at Leipzig Games Convention

Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH has used the Leipzig Games Convention to make a series of announcements regarding its highly-anticipated Pro Evolution Soccer 6.

The first Next Generation incarnation of the acclaimed football series will be on show and in the shape of the vaunted Xbox 360 version. Boasting significantly better graphics, enhanced animation and a wealth of gameplay additions, visitors to the Konami stand (F02, Hall 5) will be able to play the 360 version for the first time, marking the first public airing of Shingo 'Seabass' Takatsuka's Next Generation release.

The move to Xbox 360 comes as Konami confirms that Pro Evolution Soccer 6 will be released for the Microsoft machine, PlayStation 2, PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable), PC-DVD and the first ever Nintendo DS in October. With the series famed for its realism, Pro Evolution Soccer 6 is packed with new gameplay additions. Player AI has been upgraded, with players running intelligently into space when not in possession of the ball, while the physical side of play has been refined, with players working to turn defenders as they receive the ball, with defenders learning to back off slightly to prevent such moves.

The shooting system has also been refined, and players will be able to attempt more snap shots than in previous versions, while volleys and half-volleys have been reworked. Other new moves include the ability to retain control of the ball when performing a sliding tackle, while all-new feints and backwards dribbling are now available thanks to the improved dribbling controls.

Konami's commitment to introduce new licences to the series is also confirmed at the Games Convention and Pro Evolution Soccer 6 will include the fully-licensed kits for the Czech, French, Australian, English, Italian, Argentinian, Spanish and Swedish national sides. Similarly, the French Championat league has been added to the game following a new agreement, alongside Bayern Munich, Portugal's Sporting Lisbon and Benfica, Greek giants Olympiacos Piraeus, and Manchester United from England. The previously-announced Brasilian striker Adriano will appear on the German packaging, too.

It is also revealed that the online side of the PlayStation 2 and PC game has been massively revamped. Seabass and his team have implemented a new online system that allows up to eight players to compete simultaneously through four linked systems.

"Pro Evolution Soccer 6 is one of the most eagerly-awaited games of the year, and we are delighted to be able to come to the Games Convention with so many exciting advances to announce," commented Martin Schneider, Sales and Marketing Director for Konami in Germany. "As we show the first Next Generation version of the game for Xbox 360, we are sure that visitors to the Konami stand will see that the future of the Pro Evolution Soccer series is very bright indeed."