NES support has been heavily updated, with significant progress being made with regards to control and visual aspects. The user interface is considerably overhauled, with a new stat and menu screen, features such as includes goals, assists, and player positions, as well as pre-match and in-match events. The sound effects and music have also been improved, and the soundtrack now includes 38 songs (8 of which are cover versions). The game introduces several free features (Game Test, Career, Challenge Cup, Plant Cup) for new players. It supports 24 playable nations, and the main gameplay mode is now called "Golden Touch". Finally, seven new playable national teams have been announced: Australia, Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, China, Japan, and Algeria. For a full list of the playable national teams, see this article.
It features many changes compared to previous versions of the game. Bringing back the Shoot-and-Scoring game play (previously known as the "Winning Eleven" game play). Supporting iPod/iPhone/iPad and Blackberry; including the new TouchX and TouchX2 actions, which replaces the old TouchX and TouchX2 actions.
The PDRC, improved PES 2010 is downloadable. It is patch and fix version of PES 2010, meaning that the patches in block.PDRC is no longer required. Besides this, several fixes, improvements and new contents are included in the PDRC. The PES 2010 is now using the same graphics engine like in PES 2011.
The PlayStation 3 version of PES 2009 was the first game in the series in which the game engine was developed from scratch. The engine was created using C#, and it is based upon Hexenia's engine and development framework, although the developers have adjusted it to their needs, such as the inclusion of support for widescreen displays and an upgrade that enables quadruple-resolution textures; the engine also supports the game's newer Player Shape engine, with slight differences between the PlayStation 3 and PC versions. d2c66b5586