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Publisher: Konami
Developer:
Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
Release Date:
February 1, 2005
Platform(s):
Playstation 2, Xbox, PC DVD-ROM
ESRB Rating:
"E" for Everyone
Genre:
Sports/Soccer
Multiplayer:
Two-player head-to-head

The world's best soccer game returns with World Soccer Winning Eleven 8 International ( WE8 ) for the PlayStation 2, PC and, for the first time, Xbox. The Winning Eleven franchise is the closest thing to real soccer on a video game console and WE8 raises the bar once again with in-depth gameplay, improved realism and increased control. With more teams, players and stadiums than ever before, WE8 includes all the teams from the mighty Italian, Spanish and Dutch leagues under the official license. A must-have for soccer fanatics, WE8 brings realism to an all new level for the deepest and most advanced soccer simulation to date.

Key Features:

  • World's #1 selling soccer game on the PlayStation 2
  • More than 136 club teams, 57 national teams and more than 4,500 of the world's greatest soccer players for gamers to control
  • All teams from the Italian, Spanish and Dutch leagues under the official license for the first time
  • Featuring peer-to-peer online play on the PC platform
  • Photo realistic player models with authentically modeled features and individualized styles of play, movement and ball control
  • A wealth of new moves and tricks including new free kick and penalty kick techniques plus a new dribbling system that gives players more control
  • More advanced player stats that govern every aspect of play
  • Franchise's first-ever on-screen referee with enhanced ref AI to allow for realistic and instinctive reactions
  • Enhanced training mode to help introduce beginners to the Winning Eleven series
  • Improvements to the popular Master League, which now offers more strategy through player development
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