We remember them, we long for them, and we feel nostalgic. Those video games with which we spend hours and hours glued to the screen, striving to improve our teams and reach victory, both against the system and against other people, if they came to the possibility of facing rivals online. These soccer video games with which we discover players, we learn dribbles, we modify tactics and we manage to raise glasses with unlikely teams. Videogames that today only survive in our memory and in some nostalgic start that leads us to turn on our old video game console.
Today, from 90min, we pay a heartfelt tribute to those who are gone.
The last great loss. We have all had some PES, although for the most classic it will always be ‘the Pro’. Since that Pro Evolution Soccer 3 with Collina on the cover we have enjoyed with Casolo, Miranda, Ximelez and company. Roberto Larcos, Manzanares or that unbeatable Adriano will always remain in our memory.
The ISS Pro Evolution was the predecessor to the Pro Evolution Soccer. That game that some began to play and with which the war between Konami and EA Sports, between FIFA and Pro began.
We keep going backwards, it’s Winning Eleven’s turn. The game from which ISS Pro and Pro Evolution Soccer arose, which has led to eFootball. There were many of us who played it on the Ps1 or the Game Boy.
This is football was the third in the photo, the game that tried to sneak into the FIFA and Pro battle. It had different things and a button to trick the referee into throwing you. It ended up disappearing.
So far we have talked about soccer simulators in which you manage the matches, but if we talk about simulators to be a coach and sports director, none like PC Soccer. Marvelous.