Reviews and Problems with Football Manager 2007 Handheld
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Getting on with it.
Richard Hammond, amazon.co.uk
15 June 2007
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.
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!
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.
Summary: Football Manager games made their name on the PC and so any future releases are automatically compared to them, which is unfair. FM2007 on the PSP is basically a cut down version of the PC title. It still offers rewarding gameplay and a lot of fun. I am loving it!