World Soccer Winning Eleven 9
Soccer simulation World Soccer Winning Eleven 9 is tense and quick. With a superior virtual football experience, you can bring the essence of international football to your Xbox. Play with and against the top individuals and teams in the world while combining their individual skills to form a Winning Eleven. You’ll nearly feel as though you’re actually on the pitch thanks to the realistic graphics and action! Advanced referee AI responds to fouls and small infractions by running up and down the pitch, reacting to them, awarding advantages and even intervening to break up fights. Improved Training Mode teaches newcomers the fundamentals of football and how to navigate the complexity of international football.
So many leagues!
Three of the six playable leagues in Winning Eleven 9 were not authorised. Konami was successful in obtaining licences from numerous clubs throughout the world, including those from the Liga Espanola, Eredivisie, and Serie A. The most notable example is that they were able to obtain the rights to use Chelsea and Arsenal, but regrettably not Manchester United (Man Red) or Liverpool (Merseyside Red).
Although they missed out on some important players like Ruud Van Nistelrooy (also known as Von Mistelroum in-game), they also succeeded in licencing a number of players that are beloved by fans, such Sol Campbell and Patrick Vera. The game’s biggest mistake is that it’s amazing that it did so well without some of these crucial licences.
Play with your friends!
Even for casual football enthusiasts, playing local football matches is a lot of fun. With the introduction of online play in Winning Eleven 9, Konami made it possible for you to play with your friends whenever you wanted in the convenience of your own homes. This was a wise choice made by Konami that helped the game reach new heights. Finally, you could decide which team was superior from the comfort of your own couch.
There wasn’t anything that seemed off, and this felt like a significant improvement for the genre on the platform. Konami’s failure to secure some significant club and player licences was overshadowed by these precise controls, which gave the game a far more well-rounded feel.
|Product Dimensions||7.01 x 4.25 x 0.75 inches; 3.84 Ounces|
|Type of item||Video Game|
|Item model number||83717260097|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Weight||3.84 ounces|
|Date First Available||November 25, 2005|