Games PES 2007 Full Rip ( 188 MB )

Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series has usually managed to outdo EA’s FIFA series in the eyes of European critics, even if it rarely manages to generate the same level of sales. When Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 (or Pro Evolution Soccer 6 in Europe) was announced for the Xbox 360, it seemed gamers could finally look forward to a game that combined superb playability with more impressive visuals and a compelling online offering.

We’re pleased to report that the newest Pro Evolution Soccer continues the series’ tradition of playing a great game of football.

From the moment you kick off, either against a friend or the computer, Pro Evolution Soccer delivers a fantastic representation of the sport. Realistic body shapes, player momentum, and ball physics combine to provide the greatest result yet. Just like in real football, you have to work at creating build-up play and set pieces, but in return you’ll get a deep level of satisfaction when you score a truly remarkable goal.

Konami has made this year’s game tighter than ever before. For example, players need to be facing their intended targets to attain any sort of passing accuracy, and the game usually favours the defending player in one-on-one situations. Consequently, Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 is a slower game than its predecessor and favours quick-passing play as opposed to selfish, solo runs. On the other hand, fouls are awarded much less frequently this time around, which prevents the stop-start routine that marred PES5. Although it takes a while to adjust to these changes, the new version of Pro Evolution Soccer is the best yet in terms of action, and it will reward dedicated players with a good degree of depth.

However, as a next-generation title, Pro Evolution on the Xbox 360 doesn’t work quite as hard as it could. The lack of licensed team data has always been an issue for the series, but this version has even less functionality than last year’s PlayStation 2 game. The German league has mysteriously disappeared, and while there are still a reasonable number of licensed teams, only four are represented from the entire British Isles. That’s fine if you’re a fan of Rangers, Celtic, Arsenal, or Manchester United, but everyone else will have to make do with a fictional team name that is based loosely on the real club’s location. Spurs fans must put up with North East London, Reading fans with Berkshire Blues, and so on.

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Windows 2000/XP
Intel Pentium III 800MHz or equivalent processor (Athlon / Duron / Celeron)
256 MB RAM
NVIDIA GeForce 3 or ATI Radeon 8500 video card
DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card
DirectX 9.0c or higher (included on Disc 1)
* Network (TCP / IP 128 kbps or higher)
1.5GB free hard disk space


Windows 2000/XP
Intel Pentium IV 1.4GHz processor
512 MB RAM
NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti, ATI Radeon 9600, or higher
DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card
DirectX 9.0c or higher (included on Disc 1)
* Network (TCP / IP 1.5Mbps or higher)
4.7GB free hard disk space

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