Well, the time of year has again approached when the two rival football matches go head to head in the Christmas war. Who will be more successful? Who knows, only time will tell. But let’s take a look at both games and rate each one.
We first take a look at Fifa 2009, the game that is highly anticipated every year seems to have improved in the game aspect. From the beginning, Fifa has wanted this time to make the game completely correct, they started the creation of Fifa by gathering reviews from players and critics and it has paid off for sure.
The game has improved much more than in previous years, including the ball physics and the collision system. You can also change the camera view to any specification you like. But it doesn’t end there, FIFA has made some amazing additions to the game such as Be a Pro Seasons mode, Adidas Live Season and 10v10 soccer. All of this sets FIFA up to potentially dominate the soccer game industry. one more time.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
Well, Pro Evolution Soccer seems to have put their gear into full throttle and they’ve realized they needed to bring back the game that won so many hearts on the PS2. The game is very similar to its golden days, but it seems that PES has not considered the graphic aspect very well.
But the positive of things is that the game is very natural in itself and not to mention that they have the uefa champions league licence, they also have the Manchester Utd and Liverpool licences, but on top of that the rest of the the players have obscure names. .
Well in my opinion there can only be one winner, Fifa’s revamped new look and gameplay in recent years has poised them to dominate the gaming industry. The graphics completely outperform PES, and since FIFA owns many of the unique licenses, PES still has a long way to go. The football game that once dominated for the PS2 has been outwitted and outclassed by the almighty Fifa.
However, that said, the overall PES game still grows on you after a while, but as technology advances, that’s not enough and more needs to be done.
Compared to all other soccer games, these two knock the socks off the rest.