Kicking foots with a ball.
Now that the GTA V grandeur is dying down, the immediate focus (or at least some of it) is now turning onto the upcoming gaming football season. FIFA 14 launches next week in the UK, but this week, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 launches.
The newest instalment in the series, which contains Kojima’s Fox Engine with no next-gen version in sight (for this year at least), is being hailed as a true return to the series’ roots after a few years of playing second fiddle to FIFA’s continuing march towards realism and great gameplay mechanics.
I’ve only played a tiny little bit of PES 2014 so far (it would have been more had it not been for a certain little game), but I kinda like the time I’ve spent with it. I’m gonna spend some more time with it tomorrow, some of which I’m going to stream for you!
See you then!
Disclosure: This is based on a final Xbox 360 retail copy of Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, provided by Konami. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 releases in Europe on Friday on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, 3DS, PSP and — wait for it — PS2.