Tag Archives: PES 2009
Thu, Oct 16, 2008 | 17:19 BST
According to this MCV story, UK retailer ASDA has cut the price of both 360 and PS3 versions of PES 2009 to £27.
The supermarket chain is also giving copies of the PS3 version away with every PlayStation 3 console bought.
Bargain. More details on UK price-cutting through the link.
Wed, Oct 15, 2008 | 16:24 BST
EA will probably already be soaked in champagne, covered in streamers and pushing for the “wrong hole” with the secretary in the cleaning cupboard: it looks as though FIFA 09 is going to beat PES 09 at review.
It’s probably going to be a close thing, but the games on Metacritic seems staggered in the opposite direction to normal, with the PS3 version of FIFA on 87 with most reviews in, and PES on 86 after the first – usually the most positive – reviews now in place.
Keep an eye on that Metacritic PES score, football franchise fight fans.
Thu, Jul 10, 2008 | 07:14 BST
Konami’s confirmed Silent Hill Homecoming, PES 2009 and “a massive area dedicated to the ever-popular Dancing Stage franchise” for Games Convention 2009.
The firm will also “use the event to unveil a selection of new, unannounced titles for the first time, with regular showings, Q&A sessions, and product demonstrations within a dedicated stage area.”
“Konami goes into this year’s Games Convention with a very, very strong line-up that mixes familiar titles with exciting new concepts,” said Konami marketing boss, Martin Schneider.
“This year will see more of the fruits of our excellent European RnD push, in addition to stunning titles from Japan. As such, we feel Konami will deliver one of the most diverse and imaginative product lines-ups of the show, and look forward to unveiling our new titles in Leipzig.”
Press release after the link.
Mon, Jun 23, 2008 | 21:39 BST
Konami’s confirmed PES 2009 this morning for an autumn launch on PS3, 360, PC, PS2 and PSP.
Apparently, the soccer series’ latest version “has undergone a stunning graphical update to ensure its players look and move even more like their real-life counterparts. Similarly, all-new options allow users to tailor the game to their own tastes, while new moves, innovative new control elements and key online elements will further the realism of the new game.”
Shots here. Press release after the break.