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.
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.
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.
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.
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.