When choosing a football game there is only really 2 nhọrọ. One is FIFA Soccer and the other is Pro Evolution Soccer. For me the gameplay has always been better on PES for the reason that it feels more realistic. So, bụ ọhụrụ version nke Pro Evolution Soccer uru na ya.
Nsogbu na Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 ọzọ dị na mbụ bụ ikikere. First impressions after playing with the game for 3 ụbọchị bụ na Liverpool FC kit na-efu na N'ezie aha nke ọtụtụ ìgwè na-agbanwe. Teams like Everton are called Mersyside Blue and Liverpool is Merseyside Red etc… Nke a bụ ofụri egwuregwu na ngwa iwu, Ọrụ Nhazi Obodo na otu aha.
E wezụga nke a PES-arụ nke ọma. This time there is a balance between football tactics, na-egwu egwuregwu physics, Ai na mkpali, fluidity na fun. This is a game for the avid football fan as well as casual gamers. You can delve into the different competitions or go into career mode. This is also a game where you can just pick up the game controller and start to play.
The gameplay eweta nsiridi ebe egwuregwu nwere mgbabere uzo na na-ubi agha n'etiti emeri a mee iji na-emeri a nkụnye eji isi mee. Every single pass, emetụ na ịchịkwa gụọ kwupụta na ị ma na-emeri ma ọ bụ adịkwa egwuregwu.
PES is a team game and it is the only football game where you would worry about a yellow card in-case it turns into a red card. Being down to 10 ndị ikom n'ezie ihe na-eweta a oke mwepu gị otu. One player being out of position could be the opportunity for the opposition. This shows the realism of the game.