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Pro Evolution Soccer 2008

Discussion in 'Football Games (FIFA, FM, FPL, etc.)' started by go49oner, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Macho

    Macho Established Member Trusted

    Does anyone know when and where I can get the updates for PE08 on ps2 yet? I cant handle these ridiculous stats and unlicensed premiership..
     
  2. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

    I got it today for the PS2. I've played one game, and so far to be honest I can't tell hardly difference from last year's version.

    In the one game I played, I beat Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 on regular level. Fabregas scored midway through the first half.
     
  3. OneProudGooner

    OneProudGooner New Member

    That's what I read anyway I don't think you can change sleeves a certain way.. By using the Live vision cam isn't exactly going to be spot on because of blurred/badly sized pictures it is not from HD if only they allowed you to transfer HD images. and you are given a limited amount of pictures slots.
     
  4. Jameel46

    Jameel46 New Member

    my game should be coming in the next few days. bloody royal mail bastards haven't got it to my doorstep yet!!! anyway hope you guys on PS2 go online.
     
  5. mccroix

    mccroix New Member

    just wanted to let you know (all PS3 users)
    I've made an option file...
    I'm a.k.a mccroix in some forums so here you go:

    www.winningelevenblog.com

    there will be an update at the weekend
     
  6. stuart

    stuart New Member Trusted

    Bought her yesterday on PS2, id agree that its not really any different but i've never actually owned a pro evo before so im happy enough. Haven't played it all that much. Just 4 or 5 friendly games. Really enjoying it
     
  7. mccroix

    mccroix New Member

    btw just releasing 1.1 for ps3
     
  8. JazzG

    JazzG New Member Elite

    Installed it on my PC earlier and beat Middlebrook 5-0 with RvP scoring two, setting up two and the other game when an RvP penalty hit the bar, he headed it at the keeper who palmed it out to rosicky to score in an open net!

    Also played Liverpool beat them a few times and lost a couple as well. In my last game played the team that I think Wenger will have tomorrow and beat them 4-2, hope that is an omen for tomorrow lol.

    Overall seems decent so far, not had any problems installing it like some have had with 4GB ram and Vista 64 bit. So far so good but on the demo one thing that annoyed me was how easy it was to score by basically just running straight through the middle and sometimes nobody would tackle you!
     
  9. Rocafella

    Rocafella New Member

    Bought the game Friday and guess what happens? The 3 red lights of doom on my 360 the same day. Not best impressed. Now i've got to send it to Microsoft for them to fix it and send it back which will take between 2-3 weeks
     
  10. Jameel46

    Jameel46 New Member

    no diving or shirt pulling on the PS2 version i hear, but is it true that there are better editing options on the PS2 (hear you can't edit the emblems or shirt sleeves for the PS3 version), and that the PS2 has more stadiums on it?

    anyway, can't believe how **** the Royal Mail are.
     
  11. nazo

    nazo New Member Elite

    I think the pc version should be better than the ps2 one. Like OneProudGooner said, the pc version is 'next gen' while the ps2 one should be the 'old' one. The pc version feels alot different compared to last years one.
     
  12. OneProudGooner

    OneProudGooner New Member

    Graphics wise it's better than the PS2 version BUT that is mostly it maybe the pace of the game is slightly different.. Most people don't have there PS2 hooked up to their LCD TV's with their VGA input so with the PC version you won't be able to play it with family or friends round the same TV but then you have a relatively busy online community.

    Although the PC version will have true HD content and un
    limited modding capabilities thanks to a little program called "kitserver". Even with the limited edit options.
     
  13. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

    I definitely think that this year's version has lost a bit of the realism of previous versions.
     
  14. stuart

    stuart New Member Trusted

    Although i cant really judge whether there is an improvement or not on the ps2 version, listening to what people are saying im tempted to ditch the old ps2 now. It seems its got to the stage were its being over looked and no time is being spent improving its games. If only i could afford a new console :(
     
  15. Thommybhoy

    Thommybhoy New Member Trusted

    I played it a bit yesterday, full version, and if I didn't know it was a PES 2008 I would never say it is. It looks far more like advanced version of an old game I used to play on my PSOne, called "This is football". It doesn't looks realistic and it doesn't feel realistic, even more.
    I can't say I hate it already but I can say I can't see me meeting with my mates over at somebody's and play this version over pizzas, cevapcicis, kebaps and beers like we did with last PES.
    I really expected something quite different I must say.
     
  16. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

    I've put Carlos Vela in to my Arsenal team.
     
  17. ive bought this game but cant save- it says insufficient space to save- but i have about 100gb free? what is wrong?
     
  18. DREVAK

    DREVAK New Member

    This seems to be a frequent and known bug. However I have not looked for a solution as I have not encountered it myself. But a quick search on Google should yield some answers. Or at least consolation in knowing that you are not alone.

    However I have got an issue myself. The one that makes the game not save anything when using a keyboard. Very annoying I must say. And, to be completely honest, I doubt it will ever be solved. As in solved by Konami, not by a third party workaround.
     
  19. Anyone fancy an network game? let me know if you do.
     

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