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Gameplay has been changed for Pro Evolution Soccer 2009,
with key additions to the Teamvision system, tactics change according to
situation, off-the-ball fluency AI recognizing strategies that works accumulating dana
on an ongoing basis within Master League and League modes. Another new addition
is the readjustments for ball movements.
and the bounce of the ball can be used more effectively: players can flick the ball up to tee
a shot, or to lift it over a defender's trailing leg. If a player has the ability, they will be able
to perform skillful turns. PES 2009 also features a new game mode
called 'Become A Legend', much like 'Be a Pro' from the EA Sports FIFA Series.
The following leagues are fully licensed:
Ligue 1
The following leagues are partially licensed:
• England League (Premier League)
•(2 clubs licensed, see below)
Spanish League (La Liga) (11 clubs licensed, see below)
Italian League (Lega Calcio Serie A TIM)
•(All clubs licensed, but the logo and name of
• the league are unlicensed)
Unlicensed clubs have real player names but
use fake club names, badges and kits.[6][7]
These can be edited by the user.[8]
However only the top tiers of
Spanish, English, French, Dutch and Italian leagues are available in game.
Need for speed
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"The bigger news of course, was the debut of the 2000 GT-R model in 1969.
The Haoksuka GT-R had
the twin cam S20 inline six which was derived from the engine from the R380 race car.
The PGC10 GT-R sedans dominated racing starting in May, 1969 at the JAF Grand Prix
race at Fuji Speedway. In 1971 the KPGC10 GT-R coupe was introduced and
it continued the GT-R's streak of racing dominance with the new, sleeker body.
The top 16 drivers were pushing hard to win. Some of the bigger name drivers like
Chris Forsberg were knocked out early
and it ended up coming down to Ryan Tuerck vs. Samuel Hubinette battling for first &
second place and Tanner Foust vs. Robbie Nishida for third place. Tanner and Robbie
ended up battling a bunch of times because the judges kept on asking for it. Every time
the judges couldn’t decide on a winner they opted for the drivers to battle again and it
would be announced of the speakers as “ONE MORE TIME!” Both drivers hit walls during
the battles but Robbie ended up hitting a wall and not recovering from it very well.
That allowed Tanner to take third place.