Tag Archives: pes 2010
Fri, Aug 06, 2010 | 11:08 BST
Step 1: A handheld Metal Gear game that doesn’t somehow involve card games or evil puppets. Step 2: Anything even tangentially related to football during World Cup season. Step 3: A creepy Japanese girlfriend simulator. Step 4: Question marks – many of them related to Japan’s societal well-being.
Step 5: Profit.
Fri, Oct 23, 2009 | 10:54 BST
Konami Europe has put 3 million copies of PES 2010 into retail for the game’s launch today, the company’s confirmed.
“PES 2010 is Konami’s largest release of the year, and we cannot stress the gratitude for all the input from the enormous PES fan base,” said Konami marketing boss, Martin Schneider.
“Global sales for the PES series to date are over 55.5m, and we expect a very strong performance from what is easily the best PES in a long, long time.”
Good luck, etc. PR after the break.
Thu, Oct 22, 2009 | 09:45 BST
Konami has confirmed on it’s European blog that Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 will recieve free DLC.
No date or price, but they do say it’s coming “shortly”.
“We’ll be adding downloadable updates and content shortly – free of charge of course – so watch out for those.”
The game is out tomorrow in the UK for PS3, 360 and GFW.
Tue, Oct 20, 2009 | 15:17 BST
OK. We’ve got PS3 promo copies of PES 2010, Madden 10 and OpFlash: Dragon Rising sitting here. We’re looking at them. Do you want them? Then comment below. We’ll give them out as follows:
- 100th comment – Madden NFL 10 (PS3)
- 200th comment – Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising (PS3)
- 300th comment – PES 2010 (PS3)
Got it? Go!
Thu, Oct 15, 2009 | 11:52 BST
Looks as though this year’s football race is won in terms of quality. The first PES 2010 scores are up, and from first impressions FIFA 10′s stuck one well and truly in the back of the net.
Here’s the lot so far. If you’ve got one you want posting, stick it in the comments.
Wed, Sep 30, 2009 | 09:59 BST
Konami’s released an image of PES 2010′s interpretation of the England team. See it full size here.
The game even models hairs on arms, apparently. Thanks Christ for that.
It’s out on 360, PS3 and PC on October 23.
Thu, Sep 17, 2009 | 14:29 BST
Here it is, football people. Nelson just confirmed that the PES 2010 demo is now on Live.
PES2010 is being hailed as the best football simulation and now you can try it for yourselves. Features incredibly detailed visuals and refined controls and skills. The multiplayer demo also allows players to test new tactical sliders and settings.
The demo will also release for PS3 and PC today.
Wed, Sep 16, 2009 | 17:51 BST
Update – Sorry. You can only get the Brutal Legend demo tomorrow if you’ve pre-ordered. Check out the game’s blog for more. Thanks, Enkeixpress.
Konami’s confirmed that the PES 2010 demo will release tomorrow for PC, PS3 and 360. The taster “showcases the full game’s Exhibition mode,” according to the PR after the break. The full game ships on October 23.
And just in case you’d forgotten, the Brutal Legend demo hits PSN and Live tomorrow, as confirmed at GamesCom.
Demotastic. Get both, obviously.
Mon, Sep 07, 2009 | 13:10 BST
EU team leader for PES Jon Murphy has revealed to Videogamer that anybody waiting on a demo for PES 2010 is “not long” off.
“Not long to go now until we release a demo for everyone to test. You’ll get a chance to see the new PES for yourselves and make up your minds about how we’ve reflected what the what fans want,” said Murphy.
Game’s out this fall for PS3, 360, PS2, Wii, PSP and PC
Wed, Jul 22, 2009 | 10:57 BST
Konami’s announced changes to Pro Evolution Soccer’s Master League for the 2010 version, saying today the mode will feature Club House, Stadium Walk, and Office elements.
Club House is used for tactical and match day options, Stadium Walk for main game settings, and Office for scouting and player acquisitions.
Thrills. It’s out later this year. PR and new shots after the break.
Thu, Jul 09, 2009 | 13:27 BST
Konami’s confirmed that the Wii version of PES 2010 will ship this autumn.
The Wii version of the last PES title was pushed over into 2009 instead of joining its HD brethren in 2008, so Wii football fans can be thankful for the news.
PR after the break.
Thu, Jul 09, 2009 | 10:22 BST
If you’re a proper PES-lover you may want to have a look at this. It’s a competition which could end up with you appearing in PES 2010 marketing next to cover stars Lionel Messi and Fernando Torres.
All you have to do is upload a video to that site saying why you love the game so much. Try to keep your cock in your pants, obviously.
You need to be UK-based to enter. Press release after the break.
Tue, Jul 07, 2009 | 09:17 BST
This Gamekyo piece claims Konami’s dropping the need for a Konami ID for online PES 2010 play.
This will come as welcome relief after the ridiculous Metal Gear Online registration clusterfucks. Supposedly, all you need do now is buy the game and go online with it, without having to add two proprietary IDs. Amazing.
Microsoft and Sony are to run the servers this time. Not Konami.
Mon, Jul 06, 2009 | 15:31 BST
Konami’s announced its Gamescom line-up, well ahead of the event’s kick off on August 19.
The publisher’s to show PES 2010, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories and “new additions to its DanceDanceRevolution series”.
The German show’s Konami offering will be located at hall 7.1, booth C30.
There’s a press release after the break, should you need it.
Tue, Jun 23, 2009 | 15:05 BST
Liverpool and Spain striker Fernando Torres is to join Lionel Messi on the cover of PES 2010, Konami said today.
“Everyone knows that when it comes to football simulation, Konami’s PES series is by far the most realistic title available,” said Torres.
“The new game looks absolutely stunning, and I look forward to seeing myself in action in PES 2010.”
There’s a press release after the break. It’s out this autumn.
Wed, Apr 08, 2009 | 10:09 BST
Konami’s announced PES 2010, promising “major gameplay additions” and “the most realistic football simulation available”.
New gameplay, graphics, “atmosphere,” animations, moves and loads more are to be included, said the firm.
“We have been monitoring feedback and comments on the progression of the PES series for some time now, and PES 2010 will see us implementing a great deal of the ideas players have been requesting,” said producer Naoya Hatsumi.
“We aim to make PES 2010 a more user-friendly, immediate experience that places the emphasis on getting straight into the gameplay for which the series is famed. PES 2010 will look better, will play better, and will recreate real football as closely as the current hardware will allow.”
All the details after the link. It’s out for PS3, 360, PC, PSP and PS2 this autumn. Nothing has been mentioned of a Wii version.