For Those Who Played WE9 PSP

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by Androctonvs, 23 September 2005.

  1. Androctonvs

    Androctonvs Discovered The FK Bug

    30 November 2003
    SL Benfica
    ...what are the pros and the cons?
    Things that amaze you; things that make you want to play something else?
    What got you pissed about it?
    What were you expecting the game to feature that it doesn't have?
    Review it!

    Please, lets keep this on topic.
  2. gomincha

    gomincha Conference

    8 September 2003
    Amazing game, only faults are:
    -No Cup modes.
    -You can only play multiplayer with the default playernames, kits and boots.
    -No Option of r2 run.
    -Wheres the option to load in your ML team?
    -No challenge training.

    If the game is played off Memory Stick at 333mhz, its a massive improvement on
    the game running off umd.
    The loading speed is about 10x that of the umd loading time.
  3. EamoVersion1

    EamoVersion1 Non-League

    25 June 2005

    Gameplay near identical (very important point!)
    all teams and players present


    Editing mode more or less non existent
    kits dont transfer from ps2 to psp
    no master league or cup modes
    1 camera angle
    Slowdown (damn 2.0 firmware!!!)
  4. BumperMan

    BumperMan Champions League

    20 June 2005
    North America
    Legia Warsaw
    The game is almost identical to the PS2 vers when it comes to graphics and gameplay. My ONLY gripe is one stadium. It would have been better to have 3 stadiums to give the game a bigger feel. But the gameplay,animation and graphics are fine.
  5. Androctonvs

    Androctonvs Discovered The FK Bug

    30 November 2003
    SL Benfica
    What's the camera angle?
    What can you edit?
  6. gomincha

    gomincha Conference

    8 September 2003
    The camera angle is normal (no wide angle!) and there is three zoom options.
    You can edit names, stats, stars and numbers, no tranferring players or appearance editing.
  7. loubarlow

    loubarlow Non-League

    1 August 2005

    No Highlights
    No on-screen ref
    Aching hands after a while

    Still great though
  8. OoDy

    OoDy Non-League

    22 March 2003
    The game is "ok".. stupid controls that's what gets on my nerves!
  9. brc1

    brc1 Non-League

    26 April 2002
    Pros: Familiar Gameplay and graphics in very portable package.

    Cons: No wide camera view, limited edit options, D-pad control is less accurate than with the PS2 controller

    Overall, definitely a great game...
  10. Androctonvs

    Androctonvs Discovered The FK Bug

    30 November 2003
    SL Benfica
    I'm starting to think that the DPAD problem is actually a PSP problem. I had the same problem with World Tour Soccer.

    I really don't care about the view, since I always play with the normal view - the preset.

    "no tranferring players or appearance editing." - Ok, this is pretty weak.
  11. P-dogg

    P-dogg Waiting for the postman..

    9 August 2004
    This game is ace.

    The gameplay is identical, graphically I love the resolution of the PSP screen and it looks great. Some problems with it like the 2 stadiums and no cups is poor, dpad I dont use as its crap and I dont play ML ever so thats no big deal.

    I prefer the gameplay on it to WE9 Ps2 tbh. I just find it works better especially with the fouls, oh and the goal nets are brilliant.

    Overall its a hit but I hope the content is added too next time. Surely a UMD can hold more than this?
    Last edited: 24 September 2005
  12. dickhead

    dickhead Non-League

    22 March 2005
    the game is shit....stop sticking up for it ffs.

    To anyone whos gona actually pay money fot his game DONT its rubbish. The PSP is not made to play these types of games...the pas is rubbish and slow and its just damn frustrating.

    The people that are saying its good are prob the people that paid 50 quid to import it.

    I payed 45 and i am telliung you with hand on heart its rubbish, a totall letdown.

    I mean come on NO WIDE VIEW....who the f**k plays winning eleven with a close up camera view....nuff said.

  13. P-dogg

    P-dogg Waiting for the postman..

    9 August 2004
    I play on that camera view and I love the game on PSP. I also use tha nub very happily.

    It didnt cost me anywhere near that either.

    Sure, its not chocked full of options and that is frustrating, in fact I'm gutted they left so much out but ultimately I love it and have played nothing else.

    Sticking up for it? Its not a person, its a game that I am entitled to enjoy, no?
  14. Blublub

    Blublub Conference

    17 May 2002
    I seriously doubt you've actually played the PSP version or given it enough time. I've always used wide view with angle 3, and even used "birdseye" at times in the console version, yet after like five minutes the closer view in the PSP version stopped bothering me. For one the widescreen makes up for a lot of lost real estate in the console version.

    To call it crap simply because of this is just wrong. The gameplay is as good as the other versions and, arguably, even better. Even if you paid 45 it's a bargain at that price for me.
  15. burnside

    burnside ..:: ManUtd R #1!!! ::..

    23 April 2005
    Man United
    are you saying it uses the view 1 down from wide mode, or the really close up view?? :shock:
  16. Blublub

    Blublub Conference

    17 May 2002
    It's a bit hard to judge for sure, but it seems to be equivalent to the view one down from wide in the PS2 version, which if I remember correctly is the default.
  17. brc1

    brc1 Non-League

    26 April 2002
    I definitely agree. The option for wide view would have been nice though, I hope it shows up on later incarnations of the game...
  18. Bleeders

    Bleeders Conference

    2 January 2002
    Aveley, Essex, UK
    Shit, remind me never to shop where you go for games man! :lol:

    I like PSP WE9. However, I find the single-player scenario unbalanced on anything over 3-stars. It could be me being shite at it, but it seems every second-ball, wrong pass, refereeing decision, not to mention AI players catching speedy players with aplomb all work against me - consistently.

    Other than that though, 2-player is a load of laughs and has played host to some colossal games.

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