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6.9 out of 10

Championship Manager

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Overall 6
6.0

Championship-ish manager...

Da Styne, amazon.co.uk
2 September 2007
  • Summary: When I first got this game I thought "Brilliant, a manager game I can play whilst in the car"... I've always been a fan of this kind of game but I've never been able to crack how to do them so I would always lose matches 5-0 or more... However, after much tampering and tinknering with tactics and formations, I rectified that and ultimately managed back to back successive promotions with halifax, going from the conference to the premiership in 5 seasons and finishing 2nd...
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Overall 6
6.0

A fair port to the PSP but still more than a few rough edges

David Smith, amazon.co.uk
9 January 2006
  • Summary: Most people looking at this will be familiar with the Championship Manager and Football Manager games. For those who aren't, Championship Manager is a football management simulator which allows you to take control of a team, wheel and deal in the transfer market, choose your tactics and watch the games and the season unfold (based on your selections, players and so on - there is no "arcade-style" interaction a la Pro Evo or FIFA). So what's the PSP version like?
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Overall 6
6.0

Good effort but a little dissapointing

Mrs. Deborah Warman, amazon.co.uk
3 January 2006
  • Summary: At first this game is a little different, there is a challenge and quick play modes which makes the lifespan a lot longer. At times its annoying as sometimes you have games which u just cant win even if ure better then the othe team!!!!!!!!!!! The best bit is that you can play it anywhere.
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Overall 6
6.0

Like Newcastle Utd - a great lineup, but mediocre results!

David Smith, amazon.co.uk
17 December 2005
  • Summary: If you're looking for a football manager game to keep you busy on the bus, then at last Gusto Games and Eidos have released their PSP adaptation of Championship Manager. However, ever since SI (sports interactive) switched to working on Sega's Football Manager franchise, CM has not been the same - and sadly, this PSP version suffers from some killing flaws which ultimate ruin what could have been an awesome game.
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