Pro Evolution Soccer 2009
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 (abbreviated as PES 2009 and known as World Soccer: Winning Eleven 2009 in Korea and Japan) is a football video game in the Pro Evolution Soccer series, Which Was made by Konami. Also it is the exclusive licensed game of the UEFA Champions League.  The Wii version is known as Winning Eleven Play Maker 2009 in Japan.
Gameplay has been changed from previous versions for Pro Evolution Soccer 2009, with key additions to the Teamvision system, tactics changing according to Situation, off-the-ball fluency, and AI recognizing Strategies That works accumulating data on an ongoing basis Within Master League and League modes. Another new addition is the readjustments for ball Movements, with new air Resistance Calculations for the trajectory of the ball. There are Also new friction routines to affec ball movement in terms of ground Conditions, backspin routines are Calculated so That ball slows accordingly, 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 skilful turns. Also PES 2009 features a new game mode called ‘Become A Legend’, much like ‘Be a Pro’ from the EA Sports FIFA Series. This mode Was Originally only in the Japanese versions by the name of Fantasista, it was released as a special edition for J-League Winning Eleven 2007 Club Championship.
For the first time Konami Was Able to acquire the Rights for the UEFA Champions League.  Manchester United and Liverpool are the only fully licensed clubs from the Premier League, Integrated soft unlicensed Which is just as in the previous releases. Since the UEFA Champions League license does not include the Rights of all the participating clubs and a number of license Were Held Exclusively by EA Sports too, not all the participating clubs are licensed or Even in the game.
Unlicensed clubs have real player names use soft Fictional club names, badges, and kits.   These Can Be edited by the user. 
There is Also a generic Separate league with 18 teams (Team A, Team B, etc.), Which Can Be fully edited, as in the previous versions. This feature does not Appear in the PS2 version of the game and the PSP version only has two extra teams in this league.
Lionel Messi and Andrés Guardado Appear as the cover athletes of PES 2009.    As part of the new agreement, Messi is featured on the cover of all versions of PES 2009 and Also Appears in promotional materials for the game.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 Wii is the second entry of the association football video game Pro Evolution Soccer series by Konami. The Wii version was released in March 2009.
Building on the control system of Its predecessor, PES 2009 expands on the basic concept of players controlling Both the player with the ball and Those around say.
PES 2009 for Nintendo Wii Will feature a number of key additions, with an enhanced shooting system Offering more control. Also The development team has reworked the defensive elements of the game, with more control over defenders and more ways to close down attacking threats. A new AI system has Also been Implemented and results in more Sophisticated and intuitive movement from teammates according to the player’s commands. A new cooperative system was designed to play Allow one player to use the Nunchuk and the Wiimote to control the game at a team level the while another player uses the Classic Controller to coordinate individual players. It is set to Receive Also fresh game modes, like the Master League, an enhanced Champions Road competition, an enhanced Edit Mode, enhanced online gameplay Possibilities and a game mode allowing players to train Their Mii
A playable demo became available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on October 2, 2008. Players are Able to select from Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Italy, or France for a full five-minute exhibition match with a multi-player option.
The demo Also Includes promotional videos detailing the new game’s “Become a Legend” and online “Legends” modes, Which see the player controlling just one player Within a team and attempting to forge a Career in football. Starting as a Promising 17-year-old, players must force Into Their way the first team and Produce a series of blistering performance Which Will Result ultimately to a move to one of Europe’s Biggest sides. Or, on the flip side, a poor player performance Can see struggling in the lower leagues and Eventually being released.
Patch version 1.10 was released as scheduled at 07:00 BST on October 23, 2008 to correct Issues That Have AFFECTED user save data in Various modes of “Pro Evolution Soccer 2009” Including the PS3 and PC versions.
Patch version 1.20 was released on 5 November 2008. The updated patch kits and team rosters for Including four Spanish sides Atlético Madrid, Sevilla FC, Racing Santander and Real Valladolid – all being Officially licensed. It Also updated the kits and team rosters of teams Many Within the game to match Those registered by teams at the close of the summer transfer window of 31 August 2008. The UEFA Champions League mode updated Was Also, with 12 more teams added to the club list, with proper UEFA Champions League kits and kit markings added. Amongst the teams fully updated Within this mode are Olympique de Marseille, Juventus and FC Basel. The Following new features added by this update include file “Upload Replay” and “Theatre of Legends” for Legends Mode, and a new “Download” feature in the “System Settings” Various game used for updating data
Patch version 1.30 was released on the 17th February, 2009, after the January transfer window. The updated patch Includes transfers, player statistics and over 200 new players. 
Version 1:40 
1:40 update version was released on 28 March 2009. The update features the new England team kit and more player updates.  All save files Will Remain intact. Howevera, edit CERTAIN Will revert to the default date Player Including Register and Formation Date. Save the date Which is created whilst the download is being validated Will Be invalid once the downloaded content has been removed. Only WHO users have downloaded content data has been validated Which Will Be Able to play online. Can you confirm Each player’s game version from “Version” of profiles. The latest version is 1:00:04.
In late September 2008 Announced That It Was Would have PES 2009 Setanta Sports branding.  As in Pro Evolution Soccer 2008, the English language commentary team are Jon Champion and Mark Lawrenson.
When Was confirmed the link put logos on Setanta Sports website Announcing Their They Were, indeed, in association with the game.
Was The game met with positive reception to average. GameRankings and Metacritic Gave it a score of 85.46% and 84 out of 100 for the Wii version;   77.27% and 77 out of 100 for the PlayStation 3 version;   77.20% and 75 out of 100 for the PSP version;   76.62% and 79 out of 100 for the PC version;   73.54% and 74 out of 100 for the Xbox 360 version;   and 68.67% and 72 out of 100 for the PlayStation 2 version.  
The PS2 version Was the 100th best-selling game in Japan in 2008 qual 135.128 copies sold, with total sales of 680.152 Lifetime;  While the PS3 version Was the 32nd best-selling game That year, Which 297.896 copies sold