Just a quick heads up letting you know both the PSP and PS2 versions of PES 2010 were released today! Konami were kind enough to send me a review copy a few days ago, and I haven’t been able to stop playing my PS2! Safe to say its PES at its very best. Expect a quick write up on it later, but in the mean time hit the jump for the official press release.
November 6th, 2009
Sound progress for PES 2010
Konami unleashes PSP® and PlayStation 2 versions of acclaimed football series
As Konami Digital Entertainment GmbH releases the PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) and PlayStation 2 versions of its popular PES 2010 title, it has released full details of the game’s fully licenced soundtrack.
PES 2010 is released for PSP® and PlayStation 2 on November 6th, and shares many of the attributes of its next generation cousins. Both games enjoy much improved player and team AI, while the visuals have also been significantly enhanced. Every aspect of the game – from close control, through to commentary and presentation – has been thoroughly reworked, and follows a year of feedback and discussion with the PES community.
The use of licensed tracks was just one of the many requests asked by the PES fan base, and the Tokyo-based WEP team has incorporated over 25 well-known and specially selected tracks that suit the game perfectly. Tracks include ‘Dakota’ and ‘A Thousand Trees’ by the Stereophonics, ‘Again and Again’ by Keane, and Paul Weller’s anthemic ‘Come On/Let’s Go.’
PES 2010 is already available for PLAYSTATIONR3, Xbox 360 and PC-DVD, and as Konami releases its new iterations, the publisher is already discussing future plans with the PES community for ways to take the series forward.
PES 2010 will be released for PSP(R) (PlayStation(R)Portable) and PlayStation 2 on November 6th.