Summary: This title is the very first game I played on when I bought my X-box. All I can say is that it lived up to the hype. I don't know what some of these reviewers are saying, that the font is too small in places. They must be playing on a pocket TV.
Summary: Championship Manager sets a mark in videogame history- we wont accept anything less. Incase you didn't know, this is the highly acclaimed pc series on xbox. What sets CM on a higher level from the rest is how complex yet simple it is.
The best footie management game around gets updated
29 August 2003
Summary: Gamers are divided into two categories - those who 'get' Championship Manager and those who don't. While the thought of a completely stat-based game with no graphics to speak of might not excite you, if you're at all interested in football it won't be long before this game has you hooked.
Summary: This game continues to get bet better with each year and this season update is no exception. Last seasons version on the X-Box was released too late in the season, but this one is a must for wannabe footy managers.
The most addictive game ever, PC version is better though...
29 August 2003
Summary: The previous reviews have summed it up pretty well, CM is a class game. Having played the CM series for about 9 odd years on PC I can safely say that it's the best management game around, just don't buy it expecting FIFAesque graphics or 3D stadium design options.
Summary: Yes, I know its just a rehash of 2001/02 season, but its still an absolutely excellent game. Here is my summary of it:- GOOD POINTS:- ============= + Over 100,000 real name players + Over 26 leagues from all over the world (USA, Australia, Argentina, England, Scotland, etc) + All the real teams,...
Summary: I only played this for an hour and i was addicted, guiding your team to the title is a really great experience. The part of the game that makes Championship Manager stand out from all the others is the transfer market.