Gone from PES 2014 are the abrupt direction changes of past games; in their place are more natural movements.
The cross is calibrated in a more "manual" way than before, while the shots are more believable, despite some trajectories seeming a bit steered. They have excellent animations and some of the saves are incredible.
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Pro Evolution Soccer, which already has a patch available for download, offers several modes of play: During the loading stages, you'll get tips on shots and moves to do in specific situations in a game, a useful intermission that takes advantage of any dead time!
The PES 2014 menu design isn't bad, but in terms of usability, it's definitely a step back from the modern and new FIFA 14.
The game controls in PES 2014 haven't undergone any major upheavals.
The main new feature is the True Ball Tech: with the improved control of the analog stick, you can stop or control the ball through 360 degrees.
The result is a striking realism and unprecedented freedom of movement in PES.
This is made possible by improved ball physics, meaning there's no longer that annoying "bowling ball" effect that accompanied the series for years.