Reviews and Problems with Football Manager Handheld
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3 June 2009
Summary: As a keen football manager fan every year i buy this series of football manager for the last 4 years. I cannot fault this portable football management game. The game is no where near as large as the PC version but is perfect for a portable game with hours of gameplay. This years edition has many more features than the previous titles for example the 2D match preview option, this is fantastic to keep track on players who are under preforming and players who are getting...
Football Manager Handheld 2008 (PSP): Football Manager Handheld 2008
26 April 2009
Summary: Overall this game, as expected, is not as well developed as the PC version, but it still is an amazingly realistic game to play. The squads,tactics,media mind games and general buzz about the game second to none (bar its bigger brother, the PC version). There are over 600 playable teams in 30 leagues with a fully updated database, with all of the latest players.
Pros: General atmosphere when playing and great tactics view
Football Manager Handheld 2008 (PSP): Football Manger Handheld
18 March 2009
Summary: When i got my psp the first game i had to get was football manager. The PC version had me hooked and this version did to. I love the fact you can take it anywhere with you and not have to put it down. The gameplay is good it is not much different from the windows version. The aim of the game is to be the manager of the team and lead them to domestic and european success, it is not as easy as it sounds because as a chelsea fan i started as them and i got sacked after my...
Summary: I don't know what Arsenne Venger's complaining about. I took Arsenal to win the Champion's Leauge and and League cup this season, and took the premiership to the last game. Okay, the nuts and bolts? Purchase and sell players. Pick a team of 11 out of your squad. Watch them play another team. That's it! However, it's utterly gripping. This iteration let's you watch a visual representation of the game (Lot's of big dots ping a small dot around the screen).
Football Manager Handheld 2008 (PSP): can you be the top manager?
16 October 2008
Summary: There are many versions of the football manager game for every console. My husband was addicted to it on the pc but having been bought a psp for his birthday from me. He searched high and low for this game. ever since he has not put it down. he loves it because he can take it anywhere with him and gets so in to it that i often question if he's married to that instead lol.
Pros: great fun for any football fan
Cons: none other than to family members who lose the person playing
Excerpt: "...allegiances from Championship manager to football manager and honestly, its the best thing I have done. Formerly of the same company, since the split Championship manager has dropped in enjoyment as a game over the past few years and become linear, making me come to the decision to buy football manager. Re-freshing, easy to use, expansive, a clear enjoyment for all. A un-familiar system to me, it hasnt taken me long to know all the shortcuts and know ...
Summary: At first this game is fun to play, an average game that is good for about a week but after that it gets so boring doing the same thing over and over again watchin nothing happen when a game is being played. Average game but doesnt last the distance. Only buy it if you have patience.
Excerpt: "-Introduction- Having spent more time playing Football Manager on the good ol' fashioned PC than was probably good for my own health, I was both surprised and intrigued at Sports Interative's (SI) decision to port it over to the PSP. Surprised but not worried. So obviously I went off and purchased my copy and after playing for a decent while I can safely say that SI Games have done a top job. -The Gameplay- If you've ever played, or even ...
Pros: Addictive, Easy to understand, Fast, Portable, Huge life span (you can just keep on playing ! )
Cons: Sound (or rather lack of it), sometimes a little too easy