or hold on for PES5?
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advance
Yes it doesyumyum33 said:I have ordered Pro evo.
But I might still be tempted with Fifa if it features infrastructure play. Does anyone know?
chrislad said:PES is a better game of football. Sure, there's no commentary, but to be honest, with the standard PES commentary, that's a good thing.
FIFA is poor, simple as that.
What it comes down to is whether you would like a good offline game (that can be played with friends) or a poor online game that can be played with anyone.
Moogrose said:while i apreciate your point of view, have you actually played Fifa 06 and PES on the PSP... otherwise you're really just assuming the above, aren't you?.
and that sir, makes an ass out of u and me... and if you have played both, then i apologise for my attitude - i just want an honest review, i do apreciate what you're saying though, and, to a degree - agree.
If the rumours of choppiness and long loading times on PES are true though... i may just end up with none of the above.
Cowden_harley said:^^^ WE9:UE has terrible slowdowns in the box and the load times are rank. Other than that its a good game.
how can you do this ?Spacecat said:play from a mem card at 333hz and u will see!
neilo said:how can you do this ?
chrislad said:I have played Winning Eleven 9, the JAP version of ProEvo 5. I've also play FIFA Soccer and the new FIFA 06. Both suck. I can't really comment on choppiness for ProEvo as I ran it from the memory stick (which I plan to do with all my games as it's just faster), and it ran smoothly with zero slowdown. FIFA Soccer is very choppy, and while FIFA 06 is better, it's still miles from ProEvo.
Online play is the only thing it's got going for itself.
Tigerblade said:I've got the game and I don't see what the fuss is about over slating it. Looks like a Gameboy Advance game?? Please...
It's Fifa, it's like all editions of Fifa but portable. I've also played wifi agaisnt a friend and I gotta say it was flawless, no lag or slowdown.
Load times are not painless either, commentry is very good. I don't play as Premier League teams, but from what I have seen of the Prem League players close up it seems pretty good. Shirt detail...while not as detailed as the PC version, still very acceptable, you can easily see sponsers etc clearly. The default cam angle is quite far away and players are quite small, but IMO not a problem.
Yes it's easy to score, but you can play some decent football and score some spectacular goals.
One major gripe is the transfer dealings are WAY behind. In fact Sean Thornton (Doncaster Rovers) isn't even in the game
Bottom line......put things into perspective. For a portable version of Fifa this is more than acceptable.
Any other questions, just ask.
Hope this helps.