Summary: Parents need to know that this is a role-playing game in which you become a bounty hunter in the Old West. It's particularly violent, thus the "M" rating. The star rating given this game is based on quality of gameplay within this genre and not an endorsement of the violence in the game.
Excerpt: It's time for another entry in the Football Manager series. Usually these reviews go along the lines of detailing the handful of new features and refinements, before ending with a comment that basically says that this year's game is the best yet, but really isn't all that different from the previous game.
Conclusion: For the time being, this is still the best football management game on the planet. Its depth, realism and sheer addictiveness are unrivalled, with additions like the real-time contract negotiations offsetting some familiar flaws. But this isn’t doesn’t hide the fact that the series has begun to stagnate. Football Manager remains the Chelsea FC of footy management sims: all conquering at present, but in need of an overhaul in the not-so-distant future.