Winning Eleven 9 – First Gameplay Details and Mode Listings!

Hot off the pages of Japan’s Weekly Famitsu, the news is out that Winning Eleven 9 is coming to the PlayStation Portable, and this September no less! The port is titled Winning Eleven 9: Ubiquitous Edition, so far match, league, training and wireless ad-hoc modes have all been confirmed, along with an edit mode, although the specifics of it haven’t been revealed yet.

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Great care is being taken with the controls, which of course can’t perfectly replicate those of the PS2 because of the shoulder buttons. Series producer, Shingo Takatsuka, quoted one example however of where to pull of a side dribble at home is a combination of the D-pad and R2 button, but on PSP it’ll just take the D-pad. Not all moves will be able to make it across however, such as the super cancel system, but never the less, this is Winning Eleven 9… on a portable… in just two months! Konami hopes using the game’s wireless mode, fans at the real matches might load up the game right there in the stadium seats, and have their own tournament before the big boys kick off! Pre-orders are being taken as of right now, and we’ll keep you updated with the latest as the release date draws nearer.

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Despite the developers saying they maxed out the PS2 last year too, the graphics are again improved, as seen by the players breath on a cold winters game, when the pitch is surrounded by snow! Last of all, a massive five minute movie was recently released on the official site, chock full of gameplay. This is available for downloading below, next to an extended commercial which starts with a behind the scenes look at making the TV promo.

Pick it up first over at Lik-Sang.

 

Hot off the pages of Japan’s Weekly Famitsu, the news is out that Winning Eleven 9 is coming to the PlayStation Portable, and this September no less! The port is titled Winning Eleven 9: Ubiquitous Edition, so far match, league, training and wireless ad-hoc modes have all been confirmed, along with an edit mode, although the specifics of it haven’t been revealed yet.

Ps2-winning-eleven9-jap2

Great care is being taken with the controls, which of course can’t perfectly replicate those of the PS2 because of the shoulder buttons. Series producer, Shingo Takatsuka, quoted one example however of where to pull of a side dribble at home is a combination of the D-pad and R2 button, but on PSP it’ll just take the D-pad. Not all moves will be able to make it across however, such as the super cancel system, but never the less, this is Winning Eleven 9… on a portable… in just two months! Konami hopes using the game’s wireless mode, fans at the real matches might load up the game right there in the stadium seats, and have their own tournament before the big boys kick off! Pre-orders are being taken as of right now, and we’ll keep you updated with the latest as the release date draws nearer.

Ps2-winning-eleven9-jap8

Despite the developers saying they maxed out the PS2 last year too, the graphics are again improved, as seen by the players breath on a cold winters game, when the pitch is surrounded by snow! Last of all, a massive five minute movie was recently released on the official site, chock full of gameplay. This is available for downloading below, next to an extended commercial which starts with a behind the scenes look at making the TV promo.

Pick it up first over at Lik-Sang.

 

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