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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Wii)

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Wii)
alaScore 93

91 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 91 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the controls. The gameplay also gets good reviews, whereas there are some critical comments about the graphics and multi player mode. Views are divided on the AI.

gameplay, controls

multi player, graphics

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Wii)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 16 user reviews of Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Wii) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games on Amazon.co.uk.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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

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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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Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 Finds Itself as a Series in Flux

 

Konami's latest soccer experience scores, then risks a second yellow card in the same game.

A friend, who knows my predilections for the Beautiful Game well, once IM'ed me a joke: "how you you say 'almost' in spanish?" "Casi?" "no, 'futbol!' lol" As jokes go, it musters a weak hi-hat. As metaphors for Pro Evolution Soccer go, it's apt. I have...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Review

 

The most realistic football game for the Wii is let down by poor graphics and limited improvements to last year's version.

Complex but rewarding remote and nunchuk controls ; Realistic and challenging AI

Terrible stadium and crowd graphics ; Very few new features in game modes ; Steep learning curve for casual football fans

Last year's new My Team mode returns in PES 2011. After loading up the game and selecting your favourite team, you can then import Mii characters to create a new squad. Once you've added your characters to the team, you can customise them and improve...

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Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (Nintendo Wii)

 

I became a fan of soccer, or “football”, as it is called in the majority of the world, a couple of years ago when my local USL team, the Montreal Impact, opened a new stadium 15 minutes away from where I live. I went to see a couple of games and was...

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 is a realistic soccer simulation that offers a lot in terms of modes and that guarantees you will not have to play another soccer game until next year. The Master League and the My Team modes are enough by themselves to...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010

 

What it lacks in innovation, it makes up for with the same impressive gameplay.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 is a very impressive soccer game for the Wii, especially if you’ve never played the series on Nintendo’s system. It doesn't bring the same wow factor as the first go-round thanks to its general lack of innovation, but at least...

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PES 2010 | Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (2009) on Wii

 

PES 2010 Wii introduces more choices, more strategic decisions, the option to perform "AI feints," more defenses and offensive schemes, and more action.

What it lacks in innovation, it makes up for with the same impressive gameplay.

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2010

 

Lead a team to glory by scribbling all over the pitch with your giant magical remote-pen

So satisfying to pull off maneuvers ; Plays up to the Wii's strengths ; Can add spin by tilting the remote

Graphics are just okay ; Commentators have nothing interesting to say ; Series doesn't seem to be improving

PES on Wii as a series is so unlike anything that’s ever come before it that it's worth owning a copy even if you own a version of PES on another console. But as good as it may be, this lazy update suggests that Konami are really struggling to kick...

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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 2012 Review (Wii)

 

Sports games on Wii are usually ugly stepsisters of their prettier, more personable siblings on the PS3 and Xbox 360. While PES 2012 for Wii doesn't do enough to shatter that preconception, it certainly holds its own compared to other sports game on...

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Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 Review

 

Kicking off the season ...

After about ten hours of play it is fair to say I really enjoy "PES 2013". While I can’t relate all of the new features it introduces to what has gone before, I can say it plays beautifully and it only seems to be getting better as I do. Though Konami...

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