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PES 2013 Preview and Producer Interview [VIDEO]

Konami has released an official preview of PES 2013 plus an interview with the producer of the game, which provides a great amount of detail and insight into the game that will be released later this year.

PES 2013 Lead Developer Kei Masuda gives you many new and profound insights into the development of the latest part of the football game.

Among other things, Kei talks about the key features PES FullControl and PlayerID.

Gameplay scenes and video footage directly from the Japanese development studios enrich the features Kei Masua talks about.

Based on the preview and the interview, what are your thoughts regarding the changes in PES 2013? Do you think the game will be better than FIFA 13 or PES 2012? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

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4 Responses to PES 2013 Preview and Producer Interview [VIDEO]

  1. Sbein says:

    looks like greater player control, and ball control than FIFA

  2. Fred says:

    If it is anything like 12 I will pass this year. 12 was not fun to play if you do not dedicate yourself to games

  3. Daniel says:

    Those look like good improvements — especially the close dribbling control — but I’m much more interested in changes/improvements to the master league (whatever they call it now). In 11 you could assign how each player focused their training (including having them learn new positions or skills) which was taken away in 12. Also, in 12, even on high transfer activity it’s VERY rare to get offers for players — meaning you’re lucky to sell a single player, even if you’re willing to take a loss.

  4. Anurag says:

    I would like to see manager’s reactions in pes 13

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