Experience realism and authenticity in this year's definitive football game: PES 2020. GAMEPLAY: New dynamic dribbling skills, new first touch techniques and finely-tuned ball physics, all developed in close consultation with renowned midfielder Andrés Iniesta. MATCHDAY: Pick a side and join forces with newcomers and veterans alike in a grand struggle for dominance in this new online competitive mode.
MASTER LEAGUE: A completely revamped ML experience awaits — featuring a new interactive dialogue system, an overhauled menu design and a more realistic transfer market realized through improved data integration.
eFootball PES 2020 is a well polished football simulation. I said simulation, because gameplay is much more slow and tactical. After playing years of FIFA, PES 2020 feels like a real change in a good way.
Pro Evolution Soccer is back with another great entry. Soccer fans, you should this game.
It is a pity that these great mechanics are not underpinned by better modes.
It is worth a look if you have even a passing interest in a game of footie.
Grittier and more convincing than ever, Konami's soccer juggernaut excels on the pitch but barely tries off it.
The overwhelming impression I got playing both games this year is that they’re just tired. Both series are in need of a fresh shot of adrenaline (and a fresh coat of paint), and they were never going to get it in 2019, in the twilight of the sixth console generation. We can only hope that this year’s stagnation is just a result of something bigger and better coming along next year.
August 17, 2020
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Ubisoft potentially teasing return of delisted Scott Pilgrim game. Read more
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