Championship Manager 2011 (iPhone Application) Reviews
Product Type: Eidos software for handheld and PDAs
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by - written on 07/01/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
As a keen follower of football management sims, I was eager to see how the format would work on my iPod touch. Sadly, at a ridiculously high price of £6.99, my first choice sim Football Manager was knocked off my list. At a lowly 59p, I decided to instead give Championship Manager 2011 a go. But is the game really as bad as AppStore reviewers will have you believe? Aesthetically, the game is incredibly slick. Simple menus make great use of the touch screen, which sharp visuals depicting a six- tile menu giving access to functions from squad management to transfers. Moreover, a sub-menu can be swiped to access other areas of your managerial arsenal, such as ... Read the complete review
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