Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Trophy Guide

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o Β A soccer/football game and the ninth in the Pro Evolution series, known as World Soccer Winning Eleven in Japan. Since the servers were shut down in January 2012, the online trophies, and therefore the Platinum, are now Not Obtainable.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 n/o 29 Konami Computer Entertainment Japan 12 11 5 2 0

Pro Evolution 2010

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010, known in Japanese as World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010, is a soccer/football game and the ninth in the Pro Evolution series which began on the PlayStation One. The game includes the UEFA Champions League, and for the first time, the UEFA Europa League. There are 258 squads in total, with 139 being officially licensed, with 55 teams. New features include improved visuals, animations, and online play, and 360-degree control. Jon Champion and Mark Lawrenson provide commentary on the English version.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 received positive reviews, with an average score of 76%. The game was praised mainly for its graphics and overall fun appeal, though considered less superior to EA's FIFA series.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 was first released in early November, 2009, and includes 2 online trophies. Unfortunately, the servers were shut down on January 31, 2012, which means those two online trophies cannot be unlocked. As a result, the Platinum for this game has become Not Obtainable.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 includes two online trophies: Winning Streak(Online) and High Win Ratio(Online). Unfortunately, the servers were closed on January 31, 2012, which means these two trophies - as well as the Platinum - are now Not Obtainable. However, the game still includes 26 offline trophies that can be earned, so if you're interested, then read on.

If you like, you can start with the UEFA Champions League. Work towards winning 10 matches in a row for the Winning Streak trophy. Along the way, there are a number of bronze trophies you can unlock as well, such as for scoring the winning goal in extra time for Last-Minute Win, and simply winning a game for First Glory.

Once you've unlocked all the UEFA Champions League related trophies, you can head into Master League. This is where you'll spend the majority of your time, as you'll need to play for 10 seasons for the 10 Years Of Service trophy. This will be your ultimate goal here, though there are a number of Master League related trophies you can unlock along the way.

After that, you can start on Become a Legend mode. This will also take a bit of time, as you need to level up a complete rookie player and team. For the Wanderer trophy, you'll need to play for 10 clubs with four different teams from each country.

With that completed, if there happen to be any trophies you missed along the way, this is the time to mop them up. Check out the Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 trophy guide links under our Links tab for details on what trophies you may still be missing and how to obtain them.

And unfortunately, with the servers down, this is as far as you can go.