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The Fall is here! The Fall is here! Say it with me… the Fall is here! Your Fall gaming rush begins now and it begins with the release of the latest expansion to the biggest MMO on the planet, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria.
This week also marks the beginning of the annual soccer riot between EA Sports and Konami as both companies plan to release the latest iteration of their flagship soccer titles. FIFA Soccer 13 will appear on the 3DS, PC, PS3, PSP, Vita, Wii, and Xbox 360 while Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 go for the goal on the PS2, PS3, PSP, and Xbox 360.
A very different kind of kicking takes place in Team Ninja’s Dead or Alive 5. The latest game in the fighting franchise will punch and kick its way to the PS3 and Xbox 360 this week.
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Get your studs on, because Konami’s FIFA rival Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 is coming to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on September 25th. The company hopes to hand players an unparalleled level of control over the on-pitch action, making sure every pass, tackle and shot is performed as the gamer intends. As well as the UEFA Champions League, which has appeared in past games, for the first time a Pro Evolution Soccer game will feature all twenty teams from Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A.
As well as the teams, the players will be controlled by what Konami has dubbed ProActive AI, meaning players will not just look like their real-life counterparts, but also behave like them, from how they run and tackle, to which foot they favour when they shoot.
Konami has announced Pro Evolution Soccer 2013, the latest game in their yearly soccer simulation franchise. If history holds, it’ll be released sometime in October.
Konami and PES Productions plan to pack the pitch with a wide variety of gameplay enhancements when it ships for the PS3 and Xbox 360 later this year. The developers plan to focus most of their energy on four specific points:
1. PES FullControl (PES FC)
The term PES FullControl describes several new and improved features that give you even more control about the players and the ball in PES 2013.
2. Player ID
Player ID focuses on the individual elements and movements that each player boasts.
3. ProActive AI
ProActive AI unites the control and realism, with players that will respond and find space as befits those at the top of their game.
4. Better connectivity and atmosphere
PES 2013 will also boast better connectivity and atmosphere.
More details on all of these gameplay enhancements can be found at Konmai’s PES 2013 blog.