- Updated squads for all teams (e.g. Baptista not longer at Real Madrid; Thuram not longer at France etc.)
- Stats of (nearly) all players updated
- Numbers of all players corrected (e.g. Van der Vaart now 23 instead of 9, Sneijder now 10 etc.)
- Correct Nike Boots instead of the purple, gold, green and orange Konami Boots
- New Turf
- Sandbags removed
- Correct Numbers & Fonts for Liverpool Away Kit
- New Balls (you can choose one out of 5)
- New Gloves
A Konami ID is your own unique ID which allows you to use online services in games such as PES and MGS. Registering a Konami ID is free of charge.
Without a Konami ID, you won’t be able to play PES online on the PC or PS3 when the game comes out, so register now and keep your details safe, and when the game comes out you’ll already be registered and be able to play your friends around the world straight away!
If you’ve already registered a Konami ID for Metal Gear Solid then you don’t have to register again as the same login details will work.
REGISTER HERE: https://id.konami.net/quick/input.jsp
KONAMI ID should have 8-32 characters, a-z 0-9 .-_ AND PASSWORD 8-32 characters, a-z A-Z 0-9
GAME ID 8-32 characters, a-z 0-9 .-_ 4-16 characters, 0-9 ] AND PASSWORD Only number (0-9) can be used.
Do not use any symbols.
Put the “unnamed bins” in the rigth “*.img” with “AFS Explorer” or “GGS” and then you have the BBC scoreboad for the demo.
You must modify the reserved space from “unnamed_36.bin” with “AFS Explorer”
or use this here
its not perfect but its only for the demo.
Put the 2 “unnamed” in the rigth “*.img” with “AFS Explorer” or “GGS” and then you have the CL Scoreboard
Ps: You must modify the reserved space from “unnamed_36.bin” with “AFS Explorer”.
Mexican international footballer Andres Guardado will join Argentinian great Lionel Messi on the cover of this year’s Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (PES ’09), Konami Digital Entertainment has revealed.
The Latin American stars’ likenesses will also appear in the game.
Taking its commitment to the region a step further, Konami also confirmed that renowned Mexican commentators Luis Garcia and Christian Martinoli will voice the game’s Spanish commentary.
“The Latin population in Mexico, the United States and throughout the rest of the world is among the most fervent in its support of the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise,” said Anthony Crouts, vice president of marketing for Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
“It is extremely important that we recognise their loyalty by incorporating the soccer talent they know and love. With Guardado, Garcia and Martinoli, PES ’09 will provide Latin fans the closest experience they can have to actually playing in the stadiums.”
PES ’09 is released on November 11 for PS3, PS2, PSP, PC and Xbox 360, with a Wii version expected early next year.
What? 11 November? Who else said so?
Today, 2nd october PES demo should have been released. But apparently is not. All day the official site http://www.pesunites.com/ was down… in the last hours is online but not functional. Just a image on homepage… that is really strange. Demo was leaked yesterday, demo looks bad, site is offline, no announcements… nothing…
The only download media is this: http://www.konami-data.com/pr/pes2009.php
The PC demo version of PES 2009 has been leaked a day earlier than scheduled via a German site.
Players will be able to select fully licensed Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Barcelona club teams, or the licensed Italian or French national sides. The demo will allow users an early taste of the all-new elements set to further bolster PES 2009’s reputation as the definitive football game. All new visuals with completely remodeled players and animations, and new physics routines to ensure the ball behaves more realistically have been included, while the AI of the CPU sides has been enhanced to provide an ever evolving challenge.
The PES 2009 demo will also include promotional videos detailing the new game’s ‘Become a Legend’ and online ‘Legends’ modes, which see the player controlling just one player within a team and attempting to forge a career in football. Starting as a promising 17-year-old, players must force their way into the first team and produce a series of blistering performances which will ultimately result to a move to one of Europe’s biggest sides. Or, on the flipside, poor performances can see a player struggling in the lower leagues and eventually being released.
1) System Requirements
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Windows XP SP2, Vista
Intel Pentium IV 1.4GHz or equivalent processor
6GB free hard disk space
DirectX 9.0c compatible video card. 128MB Pixel Shader 2.0 (NVIDIA GeForce FX or ATI Radeon 9700 video card)
DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Windows compatible keyboard
800 x 600 monitor resolution
RECOMMENDED SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Windows XP SP2, Vista
Intel Pentium IV 3.0GHz or AMD Athlon 64 or equivalent or higher
8GB free hard disk space
DirectX 9.0c compatible video card. 256MB Pixel Shader 3.0 (ATI x1600 or NVidia 6800 GT/GS or better)
DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Windows compatible USB Gamepad
1280 x 720 monitor resolution
NVIDIA – GeForce 9600, 8800, 8600, 8500, 7900, 7800, 7600, 7300, 7100, 6800, 6600, GeForce FX (5950, 5900, 5800, 5600, 5200)
ATI – Radeon HD3870, HD3800, HD2900, HD2400, X1950, X1900, X1800, X1900, X1600, X1050, X1550, X850, X800, X700, X300, 9800, 9700
It may be necessary to update your hardware drivers before playing.
Laptop versions of these cards may work but are NOT supported.
To begin playing Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 DEMO,
Start bar – Programs – KONAMI – Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 DEMO.
If using Windows Vista, you can start Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 DEMO from the “Game Explorer.”
If you need to uninstall Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 DEMO, you may do any of the following:
Click on the START button, choose Settings, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs, and click on Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 DEMO to uninstall the game.
Default Keyboard Controls
Default Game Pad Controls
|UP||Y Axis –|
|DOWN||Y Axis +|
|LEFT||X Axis –|
|RIGHT||X Axis +|
|LONG PASS||Button 1|
|SHORT PASS||Button 2|
|THROUGH PASS||Button 4|
|CURSOR CHANGE||Button 5|
|SPECIAL CONTROLS||Button 8|
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Here is some of the new features and key additions you can expect in the new version of PES 2009.
Close control more intuitive:
- Manual cursor control
- Adjusted trick control for easier control – more within natural control parameters than via special movements
Ball movement more realistic:
- Ball has always been treated as separate entity, but 2009 has new air resistance calculations for trajectory of ball
- Instant control. Buttons presses are no longer stored, making for a crisper playing style
- Heavier foot-in tackles, depending on the length X is depressed
- New friction routines to affect ball movement in terms of ground conditions
- Backspin routines calculated so ball slows accordingly
- The bounce of the ball can be used more effectively: players can flick the ball up to tee a shot, or to lift it over a defender’s trailing leg
- Skills are now integrated more into the game. If a player has the ability, they will be able to perform deft turns others cannot and will be able to feint and shimmy within the confines of the control system
- Player has to compensate for heaviness of ground when weighting passes in wet conditions or frozen ground
- Tactics change according to situation
- Better off-the-ball movement – running to receive passes, etc
- AI recognizes strategies that work and accumulates data on an ongoing basis within Master League and League modes
- Graphic depiction of weather conditions unique to each stadium
- Much more detailed lighting effects that mimic the time of day more closely
- Key new grounds like Wembley, in total about 20 stadiums
- LED hoardings (PS3 and 360 versions only)
- All new players models in game: everything reworked for additional detail
- Specific new animations to make the game flow more: players now stumble, place a hand down so as to keep running
- More individuality to movement of players: running and kicking styles, for instance: Ronaldo’s stance before a free kick
- New vertical camera, allowing end-to-end view including ‘Player Focus’ zoom, panning in on key one-on-one situations
- New distance drawing techniques using adjusted chromatic fields
Front End – Menus:
- All new, clearer menu system
- Match stats now on sub-menus if required
- Much improved music choice
- In addition to the importation of graphic data, music and crowd chants can also be added
- Pixel Paint function allows users to create team badges from scratch
Become a Legend:
- New long-term mode sees player guiding one player to glory
- Control the destiny of a midfield/striking star
- Player works within team structure, akin to popular ‘Fix’ mode – assisting play, scoring goals, etc
- Default third-person view
- Dedicated development data for player as game progresses
- Full range of transfer opportunities: but fail to play well and you will be demoted to bench or even transferred
- Based on popular Japanese mode, first time in Europe
- Online version of ‘Become a Legend’
- Use player created in solo mode
- Play online with other ‘fixed’ position friends
- Intricate play and teamwork rewarded with PES points
- More intuitive menus
- Easier to understand two-tier negotiations: team level and individual terms
- Loyalty: players unhappy with terms, etc, will not play as well. A happy player will play better