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Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 [PES 2009] [WORK]


Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 is the eighth game of the Pro Evolution Soccer Series and features for the first time the "Become A Legend" mode in which you can create your own player and improve him playing in clubs all over Europe as well as playing with your national time in many international cups.




Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 [PES 2009]


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Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (PES 2009, known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2009 in Korea and Japan) is a football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series, which was made by Konami. It is also the exclusive licensed game of the UEFA Champions League.[2] The Wii version is known as Winning Eleven Play Maker 2009 in Japan. PES 2009 was succeeded by Pro Evolution Soccer 2010.


Gameplay has been changed from previous versions for Pro Evolution Soccer 2009, with key additions to the Teamvision system, tactics changing according to situation, off-the-ball fluency, and AI recognizing strategies that works accumulating data on an ongoing basis within Master League and League modes. Another new addition is the readjustments for ball movements, with new air resistance calculations for the trajectory of the ball. There are also new friction routines to affect ball movement in terms of ground conditions, backspin routines are calculated so that ball slows accordingly, and 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. If a player has the ability, they will be able to perform skilful turns. PES 2009 also features a new game mode called 'Become A Legend', much like 'Be a Pro' from the EA Sports FIFA Series. This mode was originally only in the Japanese versions by the name of Fantasista, it was released as a special edition for J-League Winning Eleven 2007 Club Championship.


Lionel Messi and Andrés Guardado appear as the cover athletes of PES 2009.[7][8][9] As part of the new agreement, Messi is featured on the cover of all versions of PES 2009, and also a