Summary: If you are looking highly exciting game, just move on. On the other hand, if you are soccer/ football fan, this is your game. It has really improved in every area from graphics to the gaming possibilities, however, there is only one thing why I didn't give it five stars - it is almost impossible to...
Summary: It seems like it's impossible for them to not release one of these without it being full of bugs. I've come to accept it.. I guess I'm a sucker. Like other reviews say, there's nothing groundbreaking about FM2014 compared to recent releases.
Summary: It seems to me to be an excellent version. I've been playing ChampMan/Football Manager since the old Amiga days '92 or '93 maybe. This seems like a definite improvement. The only complaints are with minor issues.
Great game and detail, maybe a little too much at times. It's a simulation over arcade now.
Samuel Evans, Amazon
5 February 2015
Summary: Great game, probably a little too overly complicated. A great simulation but I still want to have fun with a game, and sometimes the FM series can become a little too involved. I knew this anyway and I still love this.
Summary: I buy the FM series every other year or so. I then easily waste away literally hundreds of hours taking my beloved Newcastle United to glory. It's not a perfect game by any means. The match simulator produces some weird things occasionally, and tactical tweaking doesn't seem to do all that much.
not as good as 2013 but some very nice improvements
Too Old To Game, Amazon
12 November 2014
Summary: Game continues we be a time-killer Although, not as good as 2013 but some very nice improvements. Must admit I do miss the old CM games which were a bit more like 'games' (i.e. a bit easier!).