With each season, football fans learn a new language. As teams rise and fall from one league to another, so the expectations of those following them alter.
Liverpool fans no doubt felt on top of the world when they thrashed the mighty Real Madrid 4-0 at the start of 2009, but now, even beating the likes of Northampton seems out of their reach. The mighty can quickly become the meek.
In much the same manner, there's a regular changing of the guard on Nokia Touch. PES 2010 made up serious ground on its rivals at the end of last season, arguably streaking into a narrow lead at the top of the table.
Now it seems those at Konami can't cope with the pressure, with this latest effort almost acting as a poor man's port of its predecessor.
Indeed, the superficial similarities between the two games make PES 2011 and its failures a surprise.
Everything from the in-game head-up display to the controls has been carried over from PES 2010 to this new edition, with a virtual thumbstick and two-button approach to passing, attacking, and tackling as comfortable as expected.
Both one-touch and accelerometer controls make an appearance, with the former's intuitive approach to converting touches anywhere on the screen into logical passes or shots just as accomplished here as it was in PES 2010.
This Game is from iPhone ported to Symbian^3 Phones but it work on some s60v5 Phones...i think all with 3D chip (8910 HD, SE Vivaz, SE Satio...)
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