Before 2010, I was always a PES man. Gradually declined after PES 3 (Collina on the front cover). Tried the demo the other day, won 5-0 and scored with practically every shot from all sorts of positions in the box. Just to easy to score on there.
Presumably you were playing on the highest difficulty?
If I'm being honest, I didn't check this time as I read a review online somewhere which said the demo was already pre-set to hard/world class, or whatever the correct terminolgy is.
That being said, I owned PES 2015 and played that on World Class and found that incredibly easy to score. Every game online was like basketball from one end to the other. Fifa was harder than that, which you would expect, though it had too many bugs in it for me.
This new demo hasn't impressed me at all - too similar to the last one IMO, so I'll be trying out Fifa when that comes out as the review's make for good reading.
You were playing on Regular which is the third hardest out of six difficulties. Just letting you know.
And it's EAs never ending quest for realism that is ruining what was once a great game. Imo fifa 15 is shit. I'm not even going to bother citing all the things wrong with fifa nowadays. As I'm still a 360 peasant and there will be no pro clubs again on fifa this year I'm going to try the pes demo and if the gameplay is more fun than fifa I'll buy it. Fun being the operative word too because ea are so obsessed with simulation that they've forgotten about fun.PES should have stuck to the old formula where it felt more like a game rather than going for realism. Just downloading this now.
Virtually all reviews are claiming this to be the best ever football game. Worst review I've seen is 8.5/10 I believe. So gonna fuck EA off and go with PES.
Demos always let you score loads because they're programmed to get you excited to buy the game.
I was going to pick this up in a few weeks a bit cheaper but you've driven me to get this, Libertadores. You better not just be hyping it due to the South American teams!