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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9- PlayStation 2

World Soccer Winning Eleven 9- PlayStation 2
alaScore 85

8 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the World Soccer Winning Eleven 9- PlayStation 2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9

 

EA may be the general leading authority when it comes to developing high profile sports series like Madden, Fight Night, and NASCAR, but in the realm of soccer, it's Konami that comes out on top with their highly popular Winning Eleven series. Hailed...

Easily one of the best soccer on the PS2.

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 International

 

When it comes to soccer games (well, football technically) it doesn't get a whole lot better than Konami's Winning Eleven series. The franchise has been going strong for the better part of a decade now and things don't seem to slowing down. Releasing a...

On the surface Winning Eleven 9 plays great, looks wonderful, and sounds pretty good. The major point reductions come from the fact that so little has been changed since the eighth installment. Sure there have been a few additions and a couple of...

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World Soccer: Winning Eleven 9

 

The best soccer game not only is back, but it is online!

Even without going online, the single player franchise mode will keep you occupied for quite sometime. Here you can choose your league, which club to play for, make transfers, negotiate with players, watch them age, develop, and retire, and so much...

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 Review

 

Konami's top rated soccer series sees another installment on the PlayStation 2 and it's looking good.

Likewise, there are some minor problems with commentary. Occasionally, the game will repeat a phrase a few times per match. While I'm certainly understanding towards this, it's just odd hearing "bad pass" repeated in the same pitch and tone, especially...

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9

 

Konami's acclaimed soccer franchise continues with World Soccer Winning Eleven 9, which for the first time includes online support for ranked matches and tournaments against players from around the world. The development team has tweaked the controls, f

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 (PlayStation 2)

 

The game looks great and plays great. When I first started playing it I was hooked.... But then it started to get frustrating. As the last review said, 'realistically' you shouldn't be able to score 7 goals in a 10 minutes game. Well, unless you want...

very realistic, great controls

Obviusly not enough licenses, toooo hard

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World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 (PlayStation 2)

 

I started playing the EA FIFA game and no question that game has many strengths and great features. However, once I started playing WE9, I was hooked. The actual game play is much better. The game is harder to master and scoring takes skill and...

Master League is great fun. Realistic game play; Scoring goals is harder

Lack of FIFA licenses so fewer teams, leagues and players available; Can't simulate a match

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