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Not a killer device, not for everyone, not for every game... but cool nonetheles...
If they get it right, there might be a market for this.
6 years ago
One of the biggest changes comes in defence, where PES has now joined FIFA in switching from pressing to containment as the primary means of holding off the opposition.
PES has always been bravely reluctant to let you actually score, but it still feels a little artificial.
FIFA may be at the height of its powers, a wonderful simulation of football at its most fluid and energetic, but PES 2013 is just as entertaining for different reasons.
It's about keeping possession, tracking runs, overloading full-backs, switching systems and the majesty of the well-contested nil-nil draw. Once you master the close-control trigger and start learning other button combos, it also reveals its flashy side. Just like the old days, you can't just pick it up and play it effectively, but if you persist then you'll discover something very special.
gameplay was clunky compared to fifa
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