Reviews and Problems with Football Manager 2007 Handheld
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Kick-Off your Management career
16 June 2008
Excerpt: "...CM series, when I saw Football Manager 2007 for the PSP in the shops. The screenshots looked good, and I also took into consideration the positive things I had heard about the FM series. I therefore purchased Football Manager 2007 and could not wait to see if I could replicate my former success. Furthermore, I was keen to see ho much more convenient it was having a management game on a portable device. Regarding it's background, The Football Manager ...
Pros: Holistic, realistic, challenging and engrossing Football Management game
Summary: FM on the PSP is a return to the glory days of CM2 - sod micro-management, this is about buying and selling donkeys and heroes and concentrating on making your Burton Albion dreams come true. Don't fret about the controls either - the set-up is intuitive and easy. Above all it's ace wasting the glorious PSP screen on our favorite spreadsheet.
Excerpt: "football manager 2007 - what a fantastic game this game is one of the most realistic managing games i have ever seen or played, especially on the PSP. the game creators have once again proved themselves to be the best football management game available. 2005 and 2006 were vasts improvments on the previous years but football manager 2007 takes being a reality football manager to a whole new level. they have even gone to extents like finding ...
Pros: more leagues, more players, better background staff and more
Excerpt: "...role over the pitch. Basically any football team setup around the world can be copied into the game, so if Man U is your team then you can be Alex Ferguson. Short recap then- GOOD:- Game looks good, plays well, and is a long lasting game not just a day to complete one. BAD:- Can become dull and repetitive once all trophys and cups are won and as you become more wise and tactical in your gameplay. Thankyou for reading, Please, if you ...
Pros: Streamlined gameplay, Easy layout, Easy controls and menu's,
Cons: Can become repetitive once some skills are mastered .
Excerpt: "How could they put amazing PC game onto a crappy little handheld? That's what I thought when I first saw this game on the PSP. However after being bought this for Christmas (which I then had to play and act like I enjoyed it) I was surprised at how well the game held up. I don't really know why I didn't think it would be able to be adapted onto the PSP because thinking about it; it is not that difficult to do as long as you make sure the AI is good. ...
Summary: If, like me, you no longer have time to spend all night at your PC watching it compute Estonian Division 4 results, then this is a brilliant option. It's also far better than the previous PSP version - none of the huge numbers of injuries, for example. Not perfect, but great fun nonetheless. Oh, and for the reviewer below, the left shoulder button will take you back to the previous screen you were looking at.
Summary: I was unsure whether to buy this game as it doesn't have a 3D match engine like the PS2 games I own but that fact actually adds to the game as you can get on with the management aspect of the game - I love it!
Excerpt: "I took a long time deciding whether or not to buy this game because I owned the previous version and was very disappointed with it - it seemed like as soon as you filled your team with 16 year old Brazilians then the league was as good as won. This years game is much, much better, there are many more leagues, there seem to be no 'magic' players or tactics who will guarantee you wins and SI have added features such as the previously mentioned fog ...
Summary: I was concerned about getting a footie manager game for the PSP and was amazed how easy and user friendly this game is on the psp. The menus are straight forward and the game play is very addictive. This game was well thought out and I haven't put it doown since I bought it.
Excerpt: "I got this game for Christmas, and to be honest with you, I play it in all the free time i have. I'll soon need an eye test, that's how addicted to it i have become! It took some time getting used to it but i've got there now and i'm loving it. Its got a great, easy, user friendly interface which can be changed to suit the users preference. Over 10 new leagues have been added from the previous version, great variety, but my choice is still the Premiership. ...
Pros: Probably the closest thing to real management