Summary: Not much was changed from the 2011 version, believe me. It feels like, some of the features added are very unnecessary. They talk about how they're making the game "more realistic". But I don't get why they put so much work on how the game should be "outside the field"? The game is called Football Manager, so the area I expect them to work most at is the way you build tactics, the way Not much was changed from the 2011 version, believe me.
Summary: I played EA's football manager like 5 years ago, then quit playing after some seasons, because it was kinda boring. Well, I read many good reviews about Sega's one and finally bought the 2012 version. And what should I say, I'm in season 7 now and no end in sight. This game is so much better than EA's, like the simple design and the immense number of available teams, players and even I played EA's football manager like 5 years ago, then quit playing after some seasons,...
Summary: In simple words, it's Football Manager. The match engine has really improved and buying and signing players is much more realistic. The user interface is better and gives you a better look of everything you need to know about your team and players. The improvement of the team talk has brought a more detailed way of telling your team what you want from them on the pitch and criticizing In simple words, it's Football Manager.
Summary: Another year goes by and another fm reaches the market... I think the negotiation aspect of the game like negotiating players, buying and selling players is a lot more realistic. The negative aspects of this game is that there isnÂ´t any major change from the fm 2011.
Summary: You cannot deny it's ability to simulate real life management. Great new features added, including activating and deactivating leagues at your discretion. The user interface has been improved. And the addition of team meetings and using "tones" when addressing players, the captain, or during team talks. The 3D match engine been greatly improved to include new animations and also two new You cannot deny it's ability to simulate real life management.
Summary: Football. The sport of the world. Football Manager is back again. This time a lot of the focus has been on making the game more user-friendly. A better User-Interface throughout coupled with more information output overall makes this exactly what everyone expects it to be: An improvement on last year's edition of the game. Though most changes this year has that incremental feel, they do Football. The sport of the world. Football Manager is back again.