Bellerin FINALLY recognised as world’s fastest player… on Pro Evolution Soccer

19 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Evidence Suggests Konami Has Dropped Out Of The Triple-A Market.

Rumours have been circling for months now that Konami is on the cusp of abandoning the traditional console games market, and according to multiple sources that’s exactly what’s happened.Starting with the removal of Hideo Kojima’s name from the packaging of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Konami has been the epicenter for a lot of rumor and gossip over the past year or so.

According to French site Gameblog, Konami’s worldwide technology director Julien Merceron as a result of Konami’s complete transition into mobile. With MGSV:TPP finally out in stores, it’s growing clear that Konami has no intention to develop any more triple-A titles outside of the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise. The company recently went through a very public fall out with Hideo Kojima, one of its most influential developers and a well-known name within the industry and they also caught flak for poor work conditions, when it was alleged that the company tracks and monitors all of their employees. But despite the furore over Hideo Kojima’s supposed exit from the company – which is still yet to be confirmed – Konami has always implied that it would continue the series without him.

The latest development on the company’s excruciatingly slow death new focus on mobile games development is especially troubling because of what it means for some of our favorite franchises. The games weren’t necessarily the most realistic in terms of simulation but they replicated the heart and soul of football far better than EA’s corporate made cash machines. The report, backed by Eurogamer, also notes that Metal Gear, or any other “Ambitious” console games made by Konami, won’t see a console release in 2016 and on. “No new Metal Gear is in fact in preparation, at any level whatsoever.

But then it all fell apart, the first few games of the last generation were awful and it was a long hard slog towards even a semblance of competitiveness. Those concerns were then validated earlier this week when it emerged that Julien Merceron, Konami’s Fox Engine overseer had (allegedly) left the company as he was unhappy with Konami’s new mobile gaming focus. A Japanese newspaper report in August cast further doubt on Konami’s commitment to home console and PC gaming, but our own sources told us that some of these reports are more of a worst case scenario and that Konami was actually considering greenlighting a number of new games – and that Hideo Kojima might not leave after all.

Though this reveal is speculation for now (though Eurogamer‘s sources say that it’s true) and though it may be disappointing for fans of the , Silent Hill, and Castlevania series, this may actually be a good thing for the publisher. On the contrary, the direction of Konami would leave for several months by Kojima Productions team disintegrate… Apart from PES, no more project AAA in preparation worse, put aside the Winning Eleven/PES series, no AAA game is currently in pre-production at Konami.

The “Story of the Season” approach is designed to focus the commentary and visual overlays in a way that keeps the gamer engrossed in the career-mode experience. With Kojima gone, the future of the Metal Gear series thrown in doubt and P.T cancelled, this down time will give Konami a chance to do right by players and to make sure that they don’t release something disappointing, rushing to try and appease disgruntled fans. And although our FIFA 16 review won’t hit until next week, so we can’t say anything about that right now, PES 2016 is definitely a significantly better game than PES 2015.

Rika Muranaka, a composer that’s done work for Konami over the years, tweeted recently seemingly confirming the rumors: This gives some weight to the reports published by Gameblog, who also are confident that no recruitment was actually done this March, whatsoever. Plus, in August Konami put together a survey asking fans which classic series (e.g Contra, Castlevania, and Bomberman) that they’d like the company to revive, so it’s possible that those games will be released on consoles next. Also, a percentage of the remaining budget from the previous season will carry over to the next. and will vary based on where your club finished in regards to season goals.

Every year PES and FIFA throw around a bunch of buzzwords and supposed improvements that often make little real impact on the game, and quite often are dropped or altered out of all recognition for the next sequel. This is also in line with the statement given in May by Konami President Hideki Hayakawa in which he stated Konami would aggressively pursue mobile gaming and considered smartphones their main platform. More Realistic Transfers – While the transfer window is open, we have tuned the number of ‘high-profile’ moves by big players to better match the number of changes that typically happen in the real-world. Many people are concerned with the gaming industry in Japan, with some developers suggesting that mobile gaming is so popular within the country that console gaming will soon die off. It’s really a shame that a company capable of making games like MGSV:TPP possible is turning its back on the console market and brilliant creators like Mr.

Like the older PES games it just feels right, whether you’re purposefully crashing into a defender with a bigger player or sent tumbling across the pitch when controlling someone weedier. It’s hard to say if this is purposeful or not, but it’s telling just how the good the game is when this – and some occasionally flighty goalies – is about the only real problem with the gameplay.

You have to acquire the player cards of your favorite stars to take control of the Lionel Messis of the world and to have a real shot at competing online against other gamers with stacked teams. To be honest that improvement alone would almost have been enough to recommend the game, considering that was by far the biggest problem with last year’s title. From there, the users can draft to upgrade selected spots as they prepare to take their team into competition online against others or offline against the CPU in tournament-style play.

This is true for even relatively obscure players, suggesting that the stats Konami is giving them generates a realistic portrayal even without fine-tuning by the developer. Although there are three times as many as last year, the animations still aren’t quite as good as FIFA but they’re still excellent and don’t let the side down at all. Fresh off the women’s World Cup, EA Sports has chosen to capitalize on the popularity of the women’s game by including 12 national teams led by the World Cup champion United States. It’s probably still not as in-depth as some would little – there’s little in the way of proper training and you can’t negotiate with players directly – but compared to the recent collapse in quality of most sports game career modes it’s still engrossing stuff. The purpose is to remind and/or inform gamers how to perform basic-to-advanced functions, such as performing through balls and crosses or finesse shots.

It’s more balanced but less flashy than EA’s system, which is Pro Evo in a nutshell really – although some will likely be upset it still has no transfer market. When it comes to presentation in sports video games, FIFA may be just a notch below the NBA 2K series in the race for top achievement in this underrated category. And while yes, it’s true that PES doesn’t have all of the official licences it does now let you import images to create your own kits and emblems.

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