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. When this game first caught my attention I shunned it as I did not see the point in buying a version of a game I was not overly impressed with on the PC. However a deal on Play that was too good to turn down later and fate ...
Pros: The greatest management sim of all time on the go .
Summary: 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. If you like your football and even slightly like management games then I promise you will love this.
Pros: You will definately get your moneys worth!
Cons: Based on my experiences, your 1st job on the game is your hardest.
Football Manager Handheld 2009 (PSP): Great value for money football management game
30 November 2009
Summary: 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. For me this is the best football game out and in a sense better than the football games where you constantly play games.
Summary: 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. on the PC version there is the blue square north and south leagues. But that does not matter really. 2. The PSP version has a 2D match engine compared to the 3D match engine of the PC version.
Pros: Variety of clubs worldwide, 2D Match engine makes the game brilllant.
Cons: After 20 or so years they make up new players this can be anoying,
Conclusion: Forget spending a fortune (assuming you have one) on Torres/Drogba etc get Danny Haynes from Ipswich, he is prolific and after buying him for something stupid like 1.1 miliion I was offered 12million after one season !
Conclusion: Was similar to previous 07 + 06 however, what else can u expect from a managerial game. Managing is a repetitve busines.. i just kept it fresh, picked a low league team and worked my way up, with bosmans and cheap conference players that turned into stars. After your second season get dextor blackstock and giles barnes on bosmans. Giles Barnes 55 games- 44 assists 15 goals Dextor Blackstock 47 Games - 9 Assists 33 Goals. Definatly reccoment this !!
Conclusion: Excellent game. Pretty similar to previous versions, which is a bit dissapointing, but netherless the 2d pitch is something that was a long time coming. However i love it, because i act like a manager, by that i mean, buying players, picking squads, which some people just let the assistant pick it. If your into management games, its a must, but if you are not interested in putting in the work, its crap. But i love it.
Conclusion: Ive had this game for a while now since launch day when it came out, and i have to say whan an incredible Footy management game and you can play on the move, have to say very realistic and has excellent gameplay!! cant wait till next installment in the series!!! enough said.
Conclusion: when fmh 2008 came out i fought it wouldnt get any better but it did. Very realistic and has a great life span. keeps you entertained for ages. Also very helpful with player ratings giving you the best possible idea of who to by for your team