The Pro Evolution Soccer story, otherwise known as Pro, or PES in other countries, did not have the same name until 2008. The Konami franchise, which was known as World Soccer Winning Eleven until 2008 in the USA, is still called Winning Eleven in Japan.
Cristiano Ronaldo answers questions about Messi without saying he is directly superior to him. However, he says that the competition makes him better and vice versa. Similar things happen in football games. FIFA and PES both need to work together year after year to make their products better. This was the case with FIFA 8 International Demo of World Soccer. The game's quality has improved in many areas due to the EA-developed game series. This also keeps getting better every year.
We can see how playedability has been improved for 2007. This is in contrast to Electronic Arts' videogame that offers a game with the most popular arcade sport around the globe.
The game came with versions for Windows PC and PlayStation 2, PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii, as well as PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Portable. Mobile platforms weren't available back then so you won't find a version that works on an iPhone, iPad or Android tablet or smartphone.
This World Soccer Winning Eleven demo offers the opportunity to play an exhibit match against a selection of countries from the United States. You may be familiar with Pro Evolution Soccer 4 and find this interesting.
You'll enjoy PES 2017, which has more recent features, but you can also download World Soccer Winning Eleven to play the American version of Pro Evolution Soccer 4 and see how soccer is played in different countries.