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Publisher: Konami of America, Inc.
Developer: Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Release Date: March 2004
Platform(s): Sony PlayStation® 2
Peripherals Required: PlayStation® 2 controller required
ESRB Rating: E for Everyone
Genre: Sports (Soccer)
MSRP: $39.99
URL: www.konami.com/winningeleven7
Multiplayer: Yes; Up to 8 players with Multitap

Game Description:
The World’s Best Selling Soccer Game Comes To The U.S.! Sports fans across the country have demanded it for years; now, Konami’s legendary soccer series makes its triumphant North American debut with the release of Winning Eleven 6. The world’s highest-rated and best-selling game of “footie” for the Sony PlayStation® 2 computer entertainment system is now available 2003. Take to the field with all of the drama, skill and passion you’d expect to find in the world’s most popular sport. Internationally celebrated, Winning Eleven 6 enables soccer fans to experience the most realistic recreation of the sport ever. Unparalleled gameplay, incredibly detailed player models and life-like animations deliver a soccer experience that simply cannot be beat.

Features:
• Pure soccer experience – All new game engine allowing for the most realistic re-creation of the sport
• The most detailed graphics ever seen in the series
• 100’s on new life-like animations and AI that feels anything but artificial
• More Teams – now featuring 100 international and club teams
• More Stadiums – 6 new stadiums for a total of 21
• Dramatically expanded Master League with 40% more features, more strategy and more options
• The ultimate franchise tool – New player search engine – search by position, existing contract length, skill level, salary…
• Players look and move just like their real life counterparts and have facial expressions that change with the game situation
• All new “Shop” feature – earn and trade for new stadiums, crowd effects, teams, players and strategies
• Refs are more human and known to make the occasional biased call
• Multiple language commentary and Menu systems

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