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PES 2011 3D enjoys the amazing level of control that the series is famed for, with searching passes, one-two play(s), deft close control, and rising volleys all shown off to stunning effect, as the game’s realism is heightened thanks to the game’s incredible use of depth and distance perception. The game’s stunning AI also ensures that players not only look identical to their real-life counterparts, but move and react like them too. Players can play as one of 60 National and 170 club sides and lead them to fame. Additionally, PES 2011 3D features play-by-play commentary enhancing the match atmosphere for a more exciting soccer experience.
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