Following on from last week's Xbox Live release, Konami has released a PC version of the Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 demo.

You can grab it from the Internets, where you will find that it's 1126MB in size. Once installed you can reportedly pick from six national teams and play a five-minute game.

The full version is due out on PS3, Xbox 360, PC and PS2 from 26th October, while DS and PSP versions are set to follow in November and a Wii version is also planned for release, probably next year.

Look for our thoughts on the latest (and, Konami says, the greatest) PES game closer to release. And stop picking Madrid all the time.

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