Summary: Again pretty much the improved 04 with not much changes apart from the updated stats and transfer options. a great game easy to use play and gives hours of fun. the xbox version is much faster than the ps2 version.
Summary: This is the first footy management sim I have played on a console and unfortunately it doesn't match up to Champ Manager in several respects. Firstly, there's just not enough detail. What I really want is as many players, leagues and teams as possible, and this game doesn't measure up. Also missing are international sides and competitions, so if you have the best players you never lose them to international duty.
Summary: Well i bouight this game very recently thinking it looked worth the price (less than amazon wants for it), but have to say i'm actually rather disappointed. The match engine looks good from what i could see from the long distance shot i gave me, so not too good in other words. The transfer market element is really, well... compared with the champ manager series, or better still football manager 2005, this can only rate as p*** poor.
Mr. D. Chandler "It's all fun and games until..., amazon.co.uk
23 January 2005
Summary: ASIN: B0002OAOBO - LMA Manager 2005 for Xbox is the best football management game available to date on the Xbox console. If you are big a fan of football management games then is right up your street! Perfect in everyway!
Summary: Though it hasn't changed much it still reamins the best football managing game. The transfer market is the best i've come across and very importantly it is easy to find your way round the game when i got my first LMA game in 2002 i easily knew what to do and it hasnt been any different since. Another great reason to the game is the addition of the english conference, so i can finaly play as Barnet Fc on my xbox.