Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 ships out

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – February 6, 2007 – Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., today announced that its critically acclaimed, championship caliber soccer game -- Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 -- has shipped to retail stores nationwide. The long-standing series, a favorite of soccer fans around the world, makes its next-generation debut on the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Nintendo DS™ in addition to new and improved versions on the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system, PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system and PC.

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 features enhanced animation and collision detection systems that combine to deliver the most fluid gameplay experience ever for the series. Players jostle for position as they prepare for a header, retain control of the ball when performing slide tackles, set up long runs with beautifully timed lead passes, turn defenders as they receive the ball, dribble backwards, and perform spectacular fakes.

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 also features enhanced online play, improved graphics, new fully licensed international and league teams and new game modes. The game will feature several licenses new to the series, including the French League as well as Portugal's Sporting Lisbon and Benfica. It will also include fully licensed uniforms for the Czech, French, Australian, English, Italian, Argentinean, Spanish and Swedish national teams, and hundreds of the world's biggest soccer stars. Additionally, new to the PSP system and Xbox 360 versions, and returning on the PlayStation 2 system and PC, is a robust Master League mode, which gives players even more control over their favorite team by allowing them to manage and train the players on their own soccer franchise.

Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 delivers unmatched gameplay realism that takes full advantage of each individual platform. On the PlayStation 2 system, the game adds new modes of play including International Challenge and Random Match. International Challenge mode lets players compete through four continents of opposition to become a champion, while Random Match lets gamers take the field with a group of players selected at random from a predetermined league or geographic area. The PlayStation 2 system version also supports online gameplay for up to four players and support for up to eight players on a single system using the PlayStation 2 system MultiTap.

The highly anticipated next-generation debut of the Winning Eleven series on Xbox 360 is highlighted by enhanced graphics, animations and move sets, delivering the smoothest and most realistic gameplay ever for the series. Multiplayer options on Xbox 360 include online gameplay for up to two players and support for up to four players on a single system.

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I think this is just a US release of Pro Evo 6, it doesn't make a lot of sense though with the naming. It seems to lack all the same things as Pro 6, so who knows

huh debut onto the 360? i thought pro evo soccer 6 was on the 360 and whats with all the confusing naming and mix up... they should have left it winning eleven in japan and pro evolution soccer everywhere else.... this sux. well at least i hope they actually complete the 360 game this time because pro evo 6 had less options than the ps2 version.

Well according to the review on IGN that was posted the other day, the game is nothing more than a higher res version of the PS2 version. But the gameplay is still awesome so eh.