Football Manager 2009 (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Sega PC games
Description:Genre: Sports - Football / Video Game for Windows Vista / Windows XP / Release Date: 2008-11-14 / Published by Sega
Newest Review: ... those aims or face being sacked from your job. The game entails many leagues and players so it takes plenty of memory up on ... more
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Customer Football Manager 2009 (PC) Reviews (91)
by - written on 04/02/09, updated on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 207 readings)
I am a huge fan of the Football Manager series and was also a fan of the Championship Manager series before Eidos and Sports Interactive split. The key to Football Managers success was the fact that Sports Interactive managed to keep the rights for the game engine, which is no where near matched by the latest versions Championship Manager. The problem that faces Sports Interactive every time they release their seasonal version of the game is: what makes it better than the previous version, and after FM 2008 became my favourite version of the game last year, they had a tough job on their hands. Additions to the game such as more press interaction and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 175 readings)
Football Manager is back, and remains the only viable option for those wanting to cut their teeth in the makebelieve world of football management, and this year's installment further separates SI's creation from the crowd of would-be successors. The continual question regarding Football Manager (previously known as Championship Manager before Sports Interactive's split with Eidos in 2004) is always whether it has improved enough over the previous year's version to justify its purchase. The Great Leaps Forward this year consist of the availability of a 3D mode (the fluidity of which is dependent on your graphics card), greater depth of player and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/09 (Very useful, 5 readings)
Anyone who enjoys the game off football yet has not played football manager is defiantly missing out! There is nothing like sitting on the weekend watching live football and then searching for the real player on the game to see what their stats are, even though it may be a bit sad. But, never the less the new 3D match day view allows just that little bit more realism, which makes you feel like that 80th minute subs run down the wing creating a goal, was more to do with you than pure luck. There is also nothing more satisfying than scouting out the next gem from some unknown Brazilian club, then taking them and through your personalised training schedule ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Football Manager 2009 is very addictive game where you control almost any professional football team you can think of, as well as many others. The Football Manager series has been a very successful series where a new version is released every year for each football season. Every year there are changes to the game. Some years the changes will be small and some years they will be bigger. This current season of Football Manager sees a total of 51 countries available to manage in. All competitions in these leagues are up to date and there is a massive 350,000 odd real players in the game. New for this season sees a 3d match engine which is pretty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/09 (Very useful, 225 readings)
Like many football fans, playing the Football Manager game series comes hand in hand with watching your favourite team. A game as popular as this obviously means that it has many a review already on dooyoo, so I was a little reluctant to throw down my views, but in the end I haven't been able to resist reviewing what without a shadow of a doubt is my favourite gaming series of all time. The Football Manager series began its life in 1992 under the equally well known title, Championship Manager. Created by two brothers, Paul and Oliver Collyer in a bedroom in Shropshire it soon went on to become the best selling series of football management simulation games of ... Read the complete review
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