Pro Evolution Soccer 6
(Redirected from Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007)
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|Pro Evolution Soccer 6|
|Platform(s)||Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, Xbox, Xbox 360|
|Release date (EU)|| October 27, 2006 (PS3/360/PC/DS/PS2)|
December 1, 2007 (PSP)
|Media||DVD, UMD, DS Card|
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Pro Evolution Soccer 6 (also known as Winning Eleven 10 and Winning Eleven X for Xbox 360 in Japan, Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007 in the United States or PES 6 [as it's commonly abbreviated to]) is sixth installment of series and the last PES Series to be release on Gamecube, Xbox as well as the last PES Series to use number moniker.
It is the first PES game to be released for Xbox 360 and ultilize New Generation graphics improvement. The edit mode and gameplay we're stripped down. These version does not ultilize on PC and it will be again conversed into PS2 Version of the game.
Many gamers thought PES6 was almost identical to it's predecessor, although others look back and remember it as one of the best PES games as it combines the fluid arcade-like gameplay of PES 4, with the slower and more realistic gameplay of PES 5. The game was criticised for removing the ability of combining elements of home and away kits before a match, not being able to create colour logos in Edit Mode, only being able to use a white stripy ball in the snow, the opponents being able to organise a wall before taking a "quick" free kick and removing all but one team from the Bundesliga. The PES6 PS2 forum was one of the largest on Neoseeker during 2006 and 2007.
- It was the first game to feature a licensed Ligue 1.
- The Bundesliga was initially licensed but was controversially axed for 18 blank teams. Only Bayern Munich survived.
- Arsenal and Manchester United were the licensed Premiership teams.
- Many national teams who competed at the 2006 World Cup were licensed for the first time such as Argentina, England, Netherlands and Italy.
 Other National Teams
In International Challenge mode, along with the playable National teams, others were included, like Bolivia, North Korea and Bosnia & Herzegovina, with many others. They all had fake player names, except Israel and Cyprus.
|Original Series:||International Superstar Soccer · Deluxe · 64 · 98 · 2000 · ISS 2 · ISS 3|
|ISS Pro series:|| International Superstar Soccer Pro · ISS Pro 98 · ISS Pro Evolution · ISS Pro Evolution Soccer 2|
|PES series:||Pro Evolution Soccer · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014|
|Spin-off series:||Pro Evolution Soccer Management|
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 Patch 'Sempre Atual HD
Usually the editors make patch's to include their own clubs, or licensing them to a generic form, inserting so actual data in unlicensed teams. Currently, the most famous Patch is 'Sempre Atual HD, that translates the latest updates from KONAMI for game.