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Aaaah! Your favourite country didn’t won the Euro-Cup this year? No Problem! You can avenge them in Pro-Evolution Soccer 2013!

The Official Demo was released and as it was promised, it brings a lot of new features and licensed competitions and teams! They’ve done it again! PES2013 has the full UEFA Champions League License for the game and it looks awesome! They managed to extend their license from the PES 2012 with UEFA in PES 2013 too.

The demo doesn’t impress much by graphic or features, and the options are quite limited. The only improved changes in graphics can be seen, for now, only in the replay mode and in slow-motion. As they mentioned while starting the game: the demo is taken from a product that is still under development and it doesn’t represent the quality and appearance of the final release. You can play with 4 national teams in “Match” mode (Germany, Portugal, England and Italy), and other 4 in Copa Santander Libertadores (Santos FC, Fluminese FC, SC Internacional, CR Flamengo.)

About gameplay, yes, it’s different. It’s changed. It feels like you are trying Ice skating for the first time after you walked all your life in normal shoes. I didn’t really got to control the players as I used to do in the previous versions, but I know that perfection is achieved with practice. The ball runs very naturally, and respects the physics quite in a very high detail. Anyway, the game gets really annoying sometimes, because the referee gives the fouls with so much ease and it’s stopping the game quite often!

So, Konami doesn’t let the PES fans down this year at all. The official release of the game is expected to be in the middle of September 2012, and it will bring into the sports scene the greatest soccer simulator, making you feel like you belong on the field! I can’t wait to play a full UEFA Champions League Season with my favorite team! Good luck scoring goals!

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BioWare Releases Dragon Age II Demo

BioWare’s demo just went up on Xbox Live, for those curious to sample the roleplaying sequel’s new action-slanted battle engine. The PC and PlayStation 3 versions weren’t available at the time of this post, but should be available later today.

Microsoft’s doesn’t tell much, just the standard ballyhoo about new combat techniques and better graphics. BioWare’s definitely playing up the whole “experience…shapes itself around every decision you make” angle. We can hope. Dragon Age Origins only adapted to your “decisions” superficially. The trunk story was pretty much unassailable.

Actually scratch that, there’s . Looks like you’ll be poking around the game’s prologue, choosing from three character classes and learning about Hawke, the guy you’ll play in the full game. Once you complete the prologue, you’ll have a chance to explore a new locale dubbed Kirkwall and meet one of the game’s romantic interests, a smuggler named Isabela.

Polish off the demo and you’ll unlock Hayder’s Razor in the full game, a two-handed dwarven blade that buffs its wielder’s health, mana, and combat stats.

Bioware’s also promising to unlock two in-game books of poetry if the number of demo downloads across all platforms surpasses a “monumental” 1 million prior to March 1st. Yeah, it’s a stunt, and the chance the game won’t rocket past a million downloads today or tomorrow alone given anticipation levels seems pretty slim, but hey, it’s an excuse for BioWare marketing to push another presser out the door in the coming days and keep the Dragon Age II coverage-love flowing.

Xbox 360 “Gold” members can pull the demo down now for just under 2 GB. The full game ships on March 8, 2011 in the U.S. and March 11, 2011 in Europe.
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