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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PC)

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PC)
alaScore 91

292 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 292 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the controls and single player gameplay. The AI and gameplay are also appreciated.

graphics, gameplay, AI, single player, controls

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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alaTest has collected and analysed 20 user reviews of Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PC) from The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games on

graphics, gameplay, single player, controls

85% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PC DVD)

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Review


It wasn't so long ago that Pro Evolution Soccer ruled the roost when it came to virtual football. Every year gamers would knowingly head to shops, pass-by sniffing with disgust at the latest EA Sports offering, and clasp grubby fingers around the...

Small tweaks amount to an improved product.

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REVIEW: Pro Evolution Soccer 13 or FIFA 13? We Break it Down


A look at this year's crop of soccersims. How they stack up, and which one is right for you?

Editor's note: The final score indicated above reflects the author's judgement for Pro Evolution Soccer 13. Head over to our FIFA 13 review to see Kat's verdict for that game as well.


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Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Review


Konami's latest installment in the popular Pro Evo franchise is a definite return to form.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Review


Play some football... kicks!

Plenty playable content; Fantastic scoring celebrations

Unsmooth player movement; Lengthy creation set-up; Lack of official licensing

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011


Football (soccer to the Americans) is considered to be the greatest sport of all time. The goal is simple: put that ball in that net. Newcomers always believe it can't be that difficult to score, but veterans know it's how the goal is made that is the...

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Review:Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (PC)


Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 isn’t “THE RETURN OF THE KING™” many fans have hoped for. There are still issues with the passing and animations that need to be worked out as well as commentary, match atmosphere and online (on PC anyway). However, it is a...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010


The one-time great is struggling to keep pace with the modern game

Crossing the ball is more direct and dangerous ; Accurate player likenesses ; Champions League is well handled

Lacks grace and subtle complexity ; Players jerk around inexplicably ; Commentary is an embarrassment

PES 2010 isn’t a massive fall from grace, but it’s another failure to fix the problems that have plagued Pro Evo for the last few years. The core playability is still there, but unless you’re blinded by lingering love, the flaws will mar the experience...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010


Many people I have spoken to say there's no point in buying the same game, year after year, after all it can't be that different can it? Then of course there is the big footie game debate: Fifa or Pro Evolution Soccer (PES). Well I'm not here to tell...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Hands-On


We got a brand new look at Pro Evo 2010's new features ahead of the soccer sim's impending launch.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2009


So what's new? Well, for the first time you have a full, seperate mode for the UEFA Champions League, complete with that mad choir music they play during the breaks. You know the stuff we mean. You take one of a range of teams through the 32 man...