Konami The Publisher and Konami The Developer may spit out a new Pro Evo shaped sprog somewhere in the world every few months to universal acclaim, but as fans with broader interests will know, they still have Major A on the books churning out ISS titles - and the latest one is heading to the PC.
ISS3 is due out in April, and should give FIFA a decent run for its money on the PC. It's got all the right stats - 58 international squads, correct team names (and hopefully but doubtfully players), and Pro Evo-style player likenesses on the pitch to make it that more enjoyable taking the legs off that amply funded thug Roy Keane, even if he does end up being Ruoy Keen.
Details are a bit thin on the ground apart from that, but fans will know what to expect from the series' latest iteration - a marginally improved and instantly accessible football model with, thanks to the PC tech, spangly graphics to match. Of course it won't be a patch on Pro Evo 2, (unlike Pro Evo 3, which probably will be a patch), but you can expect to enjoy playing it regardless.