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Football Manager Handheld 2010 review

With a touch of Pledge

For

  • Addictive as ever
  • Nicely polished
  • AI has been sharpened

Against

  • Not much has changed
  • Lack of team talks
  • No crowd sounds

Football Manager is back, polished, and addictive as ever. Yep, just polished, sadly %26ndash; a sure sign you%26rsquo;re not witnessing a revolution. Nevertheless, with the introduction of several new features %26ndash; coupled with an overall refinement %26ndash; FM10 is still PSP%26rsquo;s top management title.

The AI has been sharpened, so the live action is more believable %26ndash; dreadful players no longer score 50-yard screamers. Managing your squad is more accessible with improved scout reports alongside the new player comparison and team report options. The latter evaluates your squad, singling out no-hopers and even suggesting replacements. Performance reviews go into greater depth with the board scrutinising every signing. The absence of South American leagues is now resolved with the addition of the Brazilian league. A solid update: the only things missing are team talks and crowd sounds.

Nov 2, 2009

More Info

GenreSports
Description<p>Football Manager is back, polished, and addictive as ever. Yep, just polished, sadly &#8211; a sure sign you&#8217;re not witnessing a revolution.</p>
Franchise nameFootball Manager
UK franchise nameFootball Manager
PlatformPSP
US censor ratingEveryone
UK censor rating3+
Release date: (US), 30 October 2009 (UK)
Available platforms:PSP
Genre:Sports
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