Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

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  • Release date: 9/14/2016
  • Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment
  • Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment
  • Genre: Sports
  • Languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Arabic, Greek, Korean, Portuguese, Portuguese-Brazil, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Dutch
  • Features: Single-player, Multi-player, Online Multi-Player, Co-op, Online Co-op, Full controller support, In-App Purchases
  • Requirements: View details
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2017

Konami Digital Entertainment
Requirements minimum
  • OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 SP1, Vista SP2
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo 1.8GHz / AMD Athlon ā…” X2 240 or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible video card. 1024MB Pixel Shader 3.0 (NVIDIA GeForce 8800 / AMD/ATI Radeon X1600 / Intel HD Graphics 3000 or better)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: 800 x 600 monitor resolution; 4x DVD-ROM Drive; TCP/IP 512 kbps or higher
Requirements recomended
  • OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 SP1, Vista SP2
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 530 / AMD Phenom ā…” X4 925 or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible video card. 1024MB Pixel Shader 3.0 (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 / AMD/ATI Radeon HD4850 / Intel HD Graphics 4000 or better)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: 1280 x 720 monitor resolution; 8x DVD-ROM Drive; TCP/IP 1.5 Mbps or higher
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 review

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There are countless ongoing rivalries in video games: console vs. PC, PS vs. Xbox, and, of course, Pro Evolution Soccer vs. FIFA. Both of them have die-hard fans and unique qualities that keep them lovable.

PES 2016 was a great game with some treats that could make even long-term FIFA fans jump the fence due to a lack of innovation on EA’s side. So, now let’s dive into the latest PES 2017 and find out whether it has managed to capitalize on their growing momentum, or has it just become stale.

Graphics 4/5

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 has essentially been a last-gen console port. Konami refuses to update the PC game to the next gen, which is startling and drives a wedge through the success of the series.

There is no precision to the details. The crowd looks pitiful, and the bollards beside the goal posts are painted on textures that reminded me of the PS2 era.

Comparing to the PS4/Xbox One version of the game, PES 2017 on PC is a mess. While console version gets a new lighting engine and delivers so much detail you see the sweat dripping from Ronaldo’s face, PC version hasn’t be changed a thing since 2015. They haven’t updated models or lighting, and it doesn’t support 21x9 aspect ratio. This is a gut punch for those fans who criticized the game for having the same graphics every year.

All issues above are even more alarming when you know that FIFA 17 has brought a whole new engine to the PC release. It marks a gulf in graphical quality between the two soccer giants.

Gameplay 4,5/5

If you can deal with the graphical injustice, you probably want the gameplay to be improved. Well, in this case, you will likely be satisfied. PES 2017 delivers an excellent gameplay, which is, unfortunately, let down by a few bugs.

Anyway, the good thing is that gameplay didn’t remain the same, but moved to the right direction. Goalkeepers got more responsive, and tend to do a much better job. Controlling the ball and defending are incredibly dynamic, making every moment on the pitch exciting.

Corners, Free Kicks, and Penalties are harder to execute, requiring more precision. Given that, expect a challenge even on regular difficulty. This is fun, though sometimes gets a bit frustrating.

There are also some strange referee decisions from time to time. Offside calls are either completely off the mark or insanely meticulous, and though you took possession after a risky tackle, the referee may often think differently. Even when it’s in your favor, it feels strangely unjust.

Dribbling is an absolute delight, and the variety of crosses at your disposal lead to the memorable goals. However, the skill moves leave much to the imagination. It’s satisfying to weave through a stalwart defense, but if you want to show off, that won’t be a simple touch. In PES 2017, it’s not a case of just fiddling the right stick like in FIFA, but more like trying to execute a fatality in Mortal Kombat. Although this doesn’t entirely take away from the fun gameplay, I would prefer the ease of FIFA’s skill system anytime.

Controls 4/5

The controls also seem to be improved since the predecessor. I was using an Xbox One pad, and passing and controlling the ball felt better than ever. However, in some cases, controls are overly sensitive like if I held down the shoot button for more than half a second, the ball would fly like a homerun.

Corners and Free Kicks require you to angle the ball into the box, but the sensitivity is so off that it feels like threading a needle. That’s done to make them even more precise, but when I turned to the training mode to practice, I couldn’t even pass with bronze. This really shouldn’t be happening as these games are supposed to be accessible to people of any ability.

Replay Value 4,5/5

Thanks to the fun gameplay and competitive Master League, PES 2017 is worth to replay. However, even in Master League, you’ll be followed by issues that plagued the series for years. I am talking about the lack of licenses, which leads to the featuring teams like Man Red (Manchester United), Tyneside (Newcastle), MD White (Real Madrid), etc. The English Premier League has only two licensed teams to play with: Arsenal and Liverpool. And La Liga has only one: Barcelona FC.

It’s very unfortunate because there shouldn’t be a focus on a particular famous club but many, to let fans across the globe have fun with their local team.

In-game purchases

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 doesn’t have any in-game purchases. You just have to make a single payment of $19,99 to download it.

Conclusion

Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 has an eclectic gameplay and exciting Master League mode, but the ridiculous graphics and overly sensitive controls bring it down.

PES 2017 could be as good as the console game in every detail, but unfortunately, it isn’t. So, if you have PS4 or Xbox One, don’t think twice and buy the console version.

Conclusion

PES 2017 is a fun soccer game, but limited due to licensing and much poorer graphics than in console version.


Pros : Great gameplay;
Captivating Master League mode.

Cons : Major graphical issues;
Lack of licenses;
Control bugs.


Graphics 4.0

Gameplay 4.5

Controls 4.0

Replay Value 4.5


Average : 4.3



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