PES 2017 Review

PES 2017 Review

Slick gameplay, smart AI, and great online make Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 a great all-round football game.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017: Technical Review PS4 XboxOne

A new year, a new football season can only mean a new PES title from Konami. Fresh from last year’s shift to Kojima-san’s legacy in Fox Engine that I covered in-depth last year what have the team done with this latest release and more time with the engine?

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 Review – Including Gameplay, Graphics, and Game Mode breakdowns.

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PES 2017 is all about what Konami is describing as “control reality”, which means fans can expect more realistic shooting, passing, dribbling and player intelligence.

It all starts with Real Touch, which sees different players control the ball in unique and unpredictable ways – something that will dictate the flow of the game.

This feeds into Precise Pass, which is described by Konami as an art form in the new game. “The pass that is made on the best situation and timing will generate a perfect trajectory, creating a great satisfaction when a killer pass is made.”

Goalies have also been overhauled in PES 2017, as Konami concentrates on upping the quality of shot-stoppers with new motions and animations to make them even more agile.

PES 2017 is also shaping up to be one of the most tactical footy games on the market, thanks to features like Total Team Control for speedy attacking and defending strategies while you play and Advanced Instructions such as Tiki-taka and tight marking, which can be set before kick off.

Taking a page out of FIFA’s playbook, PES 2017 even lets you set corner strategies, as players decide on marking options and where players move to attack the ball.

Konami is also bigging up the adaptive artificial intelligence, claiming that “for the first time in a football game, the AI will learn how you play”… don’t they say that every year?

As you might expect the graphics are set to be improved; stadia, fans, players and the hallowed turf are all being upgraded thanks to further incorporation of the Fox Engine.

According to Konami: “Nothing has been left untouched, from player models, lighting, crowds, pitch and stadiums totally revamped. Never has a game looked so real.”

This will also benefit the Natural Player Movement, as the devs add hundreds of animations to bring the players to life and give each one its own personality.

Oh yeah, and Jim Beglin is returning too. We love him, but we know, he’s not everyone’s cup of tea. Still, the commentary in Pro Evolution Soccer has steadily been improving over the years, so hopefully we see an improvement again.

PES 2017 Review

PES 2017 wants to better than FIFA 17, and let’s face it: PES 16 was better than FIFA 16. We don’t know who’s going to come out top just yet as FIFA 17 hasn’t been released yet, but we do know that PES 17 is amazing. Again!

Forget all that nonsense about Pro Evolution Soccer not being a good game anymore. It’s great. And knows how to simulate a lovely match of football.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 Review

Slick gameplay, smart AI, and great online make Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 a great all-round football game.

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