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Lik-sang has this listed...

Winning Eleven 9 Ubiquitous Edition (Konami)

For Sony PSP™ / Japanese

Pre-Order, ships when stock arrives (Sep, 2005)

What the hell is that supposed to mean. :lol:

Well a dictionary refers to it as....

"being present everywhere at once"

Ok konami, we know the psp is a handheld, no need to be feckin smart about it. :blink:

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Here you go:

Pro Evolution Soccer 5 scores on PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable)

Play at home or away as Konami of Europe’s seminal

football series warms up for new Sony handheld

Konami of Europe has announced a version of its much anticipated Pro Evolution Soccer 5 will be released for the PSP™ this autumn.

Due for release on PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC-DVD in Q4, the PSP™ version of Pro Evolution Soccer 5 will feature the utter realism, intuitive play and fast-paced action of the ever-popular series. The handheld version will also be almost identical in terms of available clubs and international sides, with 57 national sides lining up alongside 136 club teams.

Pro Evolution Soccer 5 also benefits from a number of exclusive features designed to showcase the PSP™’s capabilities. The highly-competitive multi-player aspects of the game are highlighted using the hardware’s wireless systems. Using this, players within a certain network radius can challenge rival Pro Evolution Soccer 5 fans to games, with all data related to match results – goals for, goals against, wins, etc – retained in a running tally.

Solo players can also hone their skills within six different leagues and a host of cup tournaments, and the PSP™ game can also be linked to the PlayStation 2 version of Pro Evolution Soccer 5 for data exchange. Using this, players can import teams they have created within the PlayStation 2 game for use against friends on their PSP™, or swap teams with other PSP™ users.

Pro Evolution Soccer 5 will be released for PSP™ in Q4, 2005.

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The big flaw with WE9 to me seemed that, rather than introduce a proper widescreen option, Konami decided to just crop the 4:3 image to fit the PSP screen. (At least this is what it feels like. I've never got around to comparing them side by side). The end result is that you see nothing at all and spend 99% of the time looking at the radar. Terrible.

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The big flaw with WE9 to me seemed that, rather than introduce a proper widescreen option, Konami decided to just crop the 4:3 image to fit the PSP screen.  (At least this is what it feels like.  I've never got around to comparing them side by side).

Yeah, it looked that way to me, too.

Widescreen Winning Eleven has been a long time coming.

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