System Settings Mode

System Settings allows you to change certain settings within PES.

Contents

[edit] PES 2010

In PES 2010, there are several different settings:

  • Controller Settings
  • On-screen Display
  • Sound Settings
  • Colour Adjustments
  • Language
  • Download

[edit] Controller Settings

In this setting you can change the Cursor Settings and Button Configuration.

Cursor Settings: here you can change the Cursor from either Unassisted, Semi-Assisted and Assisted. Assisted will mean that the cursor will switch automatically, however Unassisted will mean that you will have to manually switch between each player.
The next setting is Slct. player. Setting this to on means that only one player (of your choice) will be playable on the match. This is similar to how Become a Legend plays however it will be only for that certain match.
The final setting is Cursor Name, this can be changed from <1>, Player Name or None. The cursor name is the name that appears above your player in-game.

Button Configuration: in this setting you can revamp the controls of the whole game, such as Short Pass, Long Pass, Sprint, Shoot etc.

[edit] On-screen Display

The first setting is the radar – you can change the position of the radar that is shown during a match.
Other settings include Name Plate, Stamina Gauge, Attack/Defence Mindedness, Time, Score and Strategy Mark which can all be turned either on or off.

[edit] Sound Settings

Here you can change everything to do with the sound on PES 2010, such as commentary, how frequent the commentary is, and how high the volume is.

[edit] Colour Adjustments

Colour Adjustment allows you to change the RGB (red-green-blue) colour scale of the game. This can help with visual effects. You can also change the brightness of the game.

[edit] Language

Depending on the region on where you bought the game, some languages may not be available.

[edit] Download

This is where you can download updates (made by Konami) and install them onto your game.

[edit] PES 2011

In PES 2011, there are 7 settings in which you can change:

  • Controller Settings
  • Match Screen Settings
  • Sound Settings
  • Game Speed Settings
  • Adjust Screen
  • Port Settings
  • Playlist Editor

[edit] Controller Settings

This is largely the same as in PES 2010, where you can change the cursor and cursor name.

Cursor Settings: here you can change the Cursor from either Unassisted, Semi-Assisted and Assisted. Assisted will mean that the cursor will switch automatically, however Unassisted will mean that you will have to manually switch between each player.
The next setting is Slct. player. Setting this to on means that only one player (of your choice) will be playable on the match. This is similar to how Become a Legend plays however it will be only for that certain match.
The final setting is Cursor Name, this can be changed from <1>, Player Name or None. The cursor name is the name that appears above your player in-game.

Button Configuration: in this setting you can revamp the controls of the whole game, such as Short Pass, Long Pass, Sprint, Shoot etc.

[edit] Match Screen Settings

This is also largely the same as the previous year's game.

The first setting is the radar – you can change the position of the radar that is shown during a match.
Other settings include Power Gauge, Cursor Display, Stamina Gauge, Attack/Defence Level and Time/Score which can all be turned either on or off.

[edit] Sound Settings

Here you can change everything to do with the sound on PES 2011, such as commentary, how frequent the commentary is, and how high the volume of the commentary, BGM (background music) and ambient sounds are.

[edit] Game Speed Settings

One of the new settings is that you can change the speed of the in-match game. The numbers range from -2 – +2. Having a positive number will mean the flow of the game is faster while a negative number creates a slower game speed.

[edit] Adjust Screen

The first setting is Screen where you can alter the position of what you see in front of you. The next is Adjust Colour where you can change the RGB (red-green-blue) scale and brightness.

[edit] Port Settings

These settings will largely be left as their default setting, however changing Auto Settings to on will mean the UDP ports will be configured automatically.

[edit] Playlist Editor

Here you are able to add your own music to the game. The music however must be on your console before adding to the playlist. You also have the ability to customise the default playlist of songs. The list of songs can be found here.

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