Excerpt: Football Manager on the go, this is the thing I dreamed of for years and now it is a reality. Granted I am a couple of years behind the times but this version was my first experience of the portable Football Manager experience.
Excerpt: I am the first one to admit that I have an addictive personality, but seriously this game really is addictive. I bought the first version of this game very cheap on ebay, I think it was about £4 all in and I loved it. I love it so much I then moved on to the up to date version.
Excerpt: Ever wanted to be a football manager and pit your wits against teams in the league, cup, throughout Europe and internationally. Any football fan can dream that this might happen but invariably it never will.
Excerpt: There is not a football game at all that is better than the Football Manager series. There are a few slight differences beetween the PC version and the PSP version. 1. On the PSP version there are fewer leagues and countries to choose from .eg.
Excerpt: I'm a man (allegedly!!), I'm 27 years old and I know that 10-15 years ago a large chunk of my days were spent playing the Championship Manager series on our old PC. I generally try to steer clear of generalisations but I think it would be a safe assumption to suggest that a large proportion of my...
Excerpt: FOOTBALL MANAGER 2009 (PSP) A long time ago (1992 to be precise) in a bedroom far, far away, sat a geeky football loving goof who, when not outdoors kicking a football about (surprisingly for a geek he was also frigging awesome at football), they were sat on their Amiga 600 being wowed by either the...
Summary: After reading about all the grief with the PC version, it makes a nice change just to drop this in the PSP slot and away you go. Ok, what's changed since 08? Firstly the 2D match engine, to be honest this does seem a bit 'so what'?