FIFA Manager 10 review

  • Loads of official licences
  • Best in-game animation
  • Quirky alternative
  • Random press questions
  • Limited transfer system
  • Too much financial dealing

Can FIFA Manager 10 follow in the footsteps of FIFA 10 with an all-conquering game? Almost. The slightly quirky alternative to Championship Manager and Football Manager, this carries loads of official licences so you can see the faces of your players and backroom staff.

The match engine runs using FIFA 09 graphics, meaning this has the best in-game animation of any current management game. Then there’s the chance to play golf, learn a foreign language or go sailing (we told you it was quirky). There’s a great streamlined multiplayer mode to play, although the single-player mode is let down by random press questions, a limited transfer system, too much financial dealing and simplistic tactics.

Nov 2, 2009

More Info

Oct 30 2009 - PC (UK)
Available Platforms: PC
Genre: Sports
Published by: EA SPORTS
Developed by: Bright Future
Franchise: FIFA
ESRB Rating:
Everyone: Alcohol Reference, Mild Suggestive Themes
PEGI Rating:


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