Summary: I'm already a fan of the LMA series and this version doesn't disappoint. More manager specific areas for you to be involved with, more realistic transfer markets and slicker in-game play while not tampering too much with the general outlay so verterans of the series won't have to learn a new structure. Can't believe they've stopped making this game, for me, it outstrips Football Manager every time!
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26 August 2005
Summary: LMA is one of the most addictive football manager game ever. it has easy 2 use controls and is very easy to get started on the problem is that the transfer market is in silly money unlike total football manager wich has realistic money. But match engine is da dogs watzits. and if u offer a player anoth money he will come 2 u.
Summary: This game is a top class football management game so much that I hardly ever play on any other game! The game is very simply set out with the length of bars indicating how good the player is so you can easily see how good the player is where as on alot of other games, you have to look at numbers. It is very simple to buy and sell players but all the youth players are always rubbish with the team you are whereas all the other teams seem to produce quality young players.
Summary: LMA 2005 is truly vast. It has loads of leagues and up to date players. It will though eat up mucho memory on your memory card. It is dead easy to play and quite addictive. The 3D games are quite realistic though the views are a bit fuzzy and distant. It downloads fairly quickly and is a far better, less-frustrating experience than the TCM series.
Summary: LMA Manager 2005 is an excellent game, by far the best management simulation game that is currently available. It isn't exhaustive to the point the game becomes a chore to play like other games do in respect of the menus you have to navigate through. And yet this doesnt detract from the game being exceptionally comprehensive. Adding to that is the fact it is easy to grasp with a realistic and very addictive game play.
Summary: LMA Manager has got to be the best game on console, the graphics are much better than the earlier releases, its easy to use, you can be 7 diffent countries, there are over 12,000 players to buy when the tranfer window opens. Trust me if your short on games or have completed them all, your into footie and your looking for a game THIS IS THE ONE TO BUY!!! (Well done Codemasters keep it up!!!
Summary: When I bought LMA 2004 I thought it was a brilliant game, with little that could be significantly improved. LMA 2005 has all of what is in LMA 2004 with other features such as: - Being able to manage teams from the top two divisions in Portugal and Holland. - Licensing for the Spanish leagues and English divisions one, two and three. - The match engine is also much improved.
Summary: I think LMA Manager is probably one of the best sports/management games around at the moment. 2005 is the sixth one to be made, starting from LMA Manager on the Playstation to LMA Manager 2005 on the PS2. This year the game has changed in certain aspects but not alot has we hoped it would.
Summary: There are not many improvements in this game but some things don't need change! It does now have new january transfer update option (ps2 online required) And new 3d game match engine and better goals scored. If you have a PC buy football manager 2005 If you have a ps2 Buy this!