Thursday, July 4, 2013

A third video for Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 has been released with Kei Masuda revealing how "emotions" will affect the performance of the players in the game

It isn't a very long video, but it does reveal some fascinating insight as to how the concept of emotions will affect the performance of the players in the game. Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 / Winning Eleven 2014 this year has indeed introduced some never before witnessed ideas of how a soccer game should be played. It all serves one purpose, to bring the gamer that much closer to the reality of playing in real life.

This time around, the concept is called HEART. What is heart? Besides that thing in your chest that keeps you alive, heart is an emotion based system that affects the attributes of your player. This could be things ranging from whether it is an away or home game, and the effects dictate the moral sense of the character. The other thing in mind is you, the one controlling the game. The decisions you make, along with your own style of play will also determine the attributes of your characters. The concept is designed to bring you another step closer to playing a real game.

The latest video with Kei Masuda is the third one in the series of other interviews done with him in the past few months. For those of you who might have missed the last one, no problem. I'll post it again here for you to watch. The one on top is the last one, with the recent one on the bottom. If you want to know even more about the new systems being introduced to PES 2014 / Winning Eleven, I did another article explaining a few more of them here. As it stands right now, the new PES will release on PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and PSP.

There will be no version for Nintendo 3DS, PSVita, Wii-U, or next generation consoles, as there is a lack of demand for it according to European team manager Adam Bhatti. The last Pro Evolution Soccer game for 3DS basically sat on the shelf and collected dust. The PSP gets a version as there is still a demand for it, and even that team is something of a skeleton crew. At least you can still take the new Winning Eleven on the road with you. Take a look at the video below and let me know what you think of the new details in the comment section below.



Post a Comment

Give your feedback and comments about our recent post(s)