"Pro Evolution Soccer 6," known as "Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2007" in the United States, is a soccer video game developed by Konami and released for Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, Sony PSP, Nintendo DS and PC in 2007. The game's deep, realistic game play and wealth of moves and techniques have made it popular among soccer fans. Though some casual gamers may find the game confusing at first, the core game play revolves around execution and mastery of only a few important techniques.
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Use the control stick or directional pad to move your player around the field. If you are attacking with the ball, look for holes in your opponent's defence and move through them toward the goal. If you are defending, move in close to the ball carrier to press him and prevent him from advancing toward your goal. Vary your speed of movement to throw your opponent off guard and prevent him from guessing your next move.
Pass the ball effectively to gain an advantage over your opponent. Use short ground passes to confuse your opponent and keep him from closing in on you. Use long passes to players who are open upfield to quickly move the ball into scoring position. Practice manual passing to pass the ball more accurately, which will make your offence more powerful.
Master crossing manoeuvres to set up scoring opportunities. To cross effectively, move the ball upfield with your forwards or midfielders. Keep the ball along the sides of the field to move defenders away from the centre. When you are deep in your opponent's half, cross the ball to the centre, where your striker can head the ball in for a goal.
Shoot the ball when you are deep into your opponent's half and have a clear line of sight to the goal. Take advantage of scoring chances quickly, since the window of opportunity will close once your opponent's defenders move in. When you have a one-on-one situation with your opponent's goalkeeper, make sure to shoot the ball before the goalkeeper moves too close to your player.
Press your opponent when playing defence to prevent him from moving the ball. Keep close to the ball carrier and move into passing lanes to interfere with his ability to effectively pass. If you intercept a pass, move the ball upfield aggressively to take advantage of your opponent's mistake.
Choose the correct strategic formation to maximise your advantage and exploit your opponent's weaknesses. If your opponent fields a strong offence, use a more heavily defensive formation, such as a 5-3-2. If your opponent has a weak offence or if your forwards are highly skilled, use a more offensive formation, such as 4-3-3.
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