It appears that Konami have not used a head scan for Jordan Ayew in the latest instalment of the hugely popular game
The football video game war for top spot is well and truly back on with the release of Pro Evolution Soccer 2017.
FIFA has dominated the market for the best part of a decade with a sleek and easy-to-use presentation for players, but in recent years PES has stormed back in popularity with superior game play and graphics.
While the EA Sports’ marketing machine has proven too strong for Konami to compete with in past years, PES has had the jump on FIFA by releasing the game two weeks earlier than EA.
By the look of the new PES, the gap between the two games could become smaller than ever.
However, it appears that Konami have not used a head scan for Jordan Ayew in the latest instalment of the hugely popular game, which has already hit the shelves worldwide.
Fans will clearly expect more from Konami, whose portrayal of the Aston Villa striker is a lot less impressive in their latest effort.
As handsome as he is, PES 2017 fans will every right to expect that Ayew would look realistic in the new game.
And while there’s a passing resemblance to the Ghanaian international, the artists at Konami surely could have spent a little more time on Ayew’s face to keep Ghanaians and Aston Villa fans who will buy the game satisfied.