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PES 5 News (release date: October 20)

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Ike

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18 March 2003
PES 5 was officially announced on the Konami Europe website today. It will be released for PS2, XBox, PC and PSP. New features include new moves and better control. The screenshots in the article are from Winning Eleven 9.



http://uk.gs.konami-europe.com/news.do?idNews=93

More news can be found in the PES 5 Beta previews Thread and the Winning Eleven 9 News Thread, the japanese version of the game that will be the base for PES 5 as usual.

If you think you have something that should be here, post it in the PES 5 Discussion thread.
 
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Ike

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18 March 2003
Re: PES 5 News (UK PS2 Mag review: 10/10)

www.konami-europe.com said:
Pro Evolution Soccer 5 ‘Nets online modes!

Konami of Europe’s best-selling football title to feature full online compatibility across all formats

Konami of Europe has confirmed that all versions of the European versions of its eagerly-awaited Pro Evolution Soccer 5 will feature full online play.

Due for release in October, online play has been high on the agenda of the series' many fans and Producer Shingo 'Seabass' Takatsuka has delivered in the game's newest incarnation. Already regarded as the definitive footballing simulation, the PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC-DVD versions of Pro Evolution Soccer 5 will all offer full online play for up to four players simultaneously, while the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) game, which will be released shortly after, will feature wireless connectivity for multi-player action.
The PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC-DVD versions will allow matches against either one or two-players, and will also facilitate leagues between friends from all over the world. "We are delighted that Pro Evolution Soccer 5 is heading online," commented Hans-Joachim Amann, Head of Product Management for Konami of Europe. "Sports games are ideal online fare, and we have worked hard to ensure that the skill and playability of Pro Evolution Soccer 5 have not been compromised in its multi-player online modes."
Source: http://uk.gs.konami-europe.com/news.do?idNews=118

found and posted by NickSCFC
 
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