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Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS2, PSP, DS, PC
Release date: February 2007
Genre: Soccer

Brief Game Description:
 

The best selling soccer series is back with even more world-class action and strategic modes of play. Featuring the most realistic gameplay ever seen in a soccer video game, updated gameplay mechanics, new modes and an expansive roster of leading teams and players, Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer delivers pure soccer action like never before.
 
Cross-Platform Features:
·          Unmatched gameplay realism and improved artificial intelligence result in the most authentic soccer experience
·          New, fully licensed international and club teams
 
PlayStation 2 Features:
·          New game modes including International Challenge and Random Match for increased gameplay variety
·          Online gameplay for up to four players and support for up to eight players on a single system using the PlayStation 2 MultiTap
·          Updated Master League mode give players even more control over their favorite team
 
Xbox 360 Features:
·          Next-generation debut of best-selling soccer series
·          Online gameplay for up to two players and support for up to four players on a single system
·          Enhanced graphics, animations and move sets
·          Updated Master League mode give players even more control over their favorite team
 
PSP features:
·          PSP debut of popular Master League mode
·          Local wireless multiplayer support for up to two players
·          Updated Master League mode give players even more control over their favorite team
 
Nintendo DS Features:
·          Series debut on Nintendo DS
·          Use the touch screen to change your team’s tactics on the fly
·          Local wireless multiplayer support for up to two players
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