Summary: So why did I buy this game (and each iteration since 07)? 1. I love playing FIFA and controlling players on the field. Feeling the rush of excitement as you put passes together and score great goals. 2. I love the managing aspect of football. Designing my own stadium, transferring great players, managing club finances and immersing myself in the game through news stories about my club So why did I buy this game (and each iteration since 07)? 1.
Conclusion: Much better finally, the amount of detail that EA have put into this game compared to games like football manager and championship manager is incredible, takes a while to get used to but once you've got it!
Conclusion: I wouldn't call it a terrible game but its not a memorable one either. I played it a few times but after a while I just kept going back to Football Manager. There are a few good touches such as the SkySports news centre and the family tree were you "Children" can play for you clubs academy.
Summary: This game is simply awesome. I am astonished that it is possible to do a management game this good on a mobile phone. I have played for hours and not got bored and i'm not even a massive football fan. The game is quite intuative so you can pretty much jump in and play right away. If you do get stuck there is clearly written help screens. This is possibly the best game I have bought for my mobile so far.
Summary: This game is a very good managerial game if you are into managinf a football team. The grapgics are very good considering which phone you have. I like the game very much due to the set up and game play. Very good game to buy.
Summary: Although fifa manager 10 is at an acceptable level, those seeking the best in mobile football management should probably check out the championship manager series. Though playable, fifa manager 10 has its flaws, including the new not-so-comprehensive transfer system. It's nothing more than a game for when you're bored and have nothing else to do...