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[HeXus] - Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 boasts of next-gen 'Fluidity' graphics

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Konami has published a new video trailer featuring upcoming football game Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 (PES 2014). The Japanese computer games company claims that the new game will offer "next-gen equivalent visual quality" on current gen consoles such as the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3. This graphical boost is provided by the Fox graphics engine, as used in development of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, being adapted for the beautiful game and renamed the 'Fluidity Engine'.







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finally they can compete with FIFA
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

finally they can compete with FIFA

 

I've always found PES to be better personally. The player and team creation is unrivalled.

 

It's a shame they struggled so much with licenses, but fortunately we've always been able to do something about that. The franchises only downfall really.


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It looks really good, Ive always played Fifa but I will be checking this out.
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They need to make it a bit faster. I mean the players run so slow. One thing that really annoys me is that on the highest difficulty levels even a s**t player with speed and strength at 70 can quite easily outrun Ronaldo. With or without the ball. Logic?
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finally they can compete with FIFA

Lol.. im sorry but PES owns FIFA and has been for a decade.
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Looks good.
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