Konami was expected to release the PES 2010 Demo on September 23rd, exactly one month before the October 23rd release, but yesterday the publisher made a surprise announcement yesterday and said that the game will become available today for PC, Xbox 360, and PS3. I repeat: the PES 2010 demo is now available for download for all major (and big) platforms, and I was able to test it for a few quick games.
PES 2009 was great, but PES 2010 should be even better. The PES 2010 PC Demo, as well as the PS3 and Xbox versions, gives users the possibility to play a 5 minute friendly game against the computer, or a friend. Players can choose between Barcelona with in-form Messi, Liverpool with great as ever Steven Gerrard, and four national teams like Spain, France, Italy, and Germany.
The game feels great although the graphics haven’t been changed too much, while the gameplay has been tweaked a little even though speed is probably the most important ability in the game. I do not want to fire the peaceful waters here, but I must say that Konami’s PES is a lot better than EA’s FIFA and I’m a regular PES player for 6 years now. Until EA improves the gameplay and the graphics of the FIFA, I’m going to stand by my decision.
You can download PES 2010 PC Demo from various mirrors, but I got it from PESFan here.
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