Football Manager 2013 Reviewed
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Strategy Informer has posted a new review of Sports Interactive and SEGA's Football Manager 2013. The soccer management sim includes a new Classic Mode for time conscious players, a Challenge Mode to test the skills of would be managers, unlockable game aids, and a variety of other improvements and enhancements.
From the review:
For those lamenting that Football Manager 2013 has become as complicated and time consuming as the job it’s styled itself after, rejoice. Sing from the rafters. Throw bottle caps at the players. Go crazy with jubilation. Classic mode harks back to the days when it wouldn’t take three months to complete a season. You’ll fly through the years now the distractions have gone.For the full review head over to the page listed below
Strategy Informer: Football Manager 2013 Review
If this sounds sickening to you, don’t fret. Career mode (i.e. Football Manager 2013: Crazy Detailed Normal Version Edition) offers the purists version. Bolstered by an improved match engine (which is as fluid and realistic as it’s ever been), meddling Director of Football, scouting changes, training updates and all the minor tweaks you’d expect, this is the best Football Manager yet.
Perhaps the best thing is the overhauled interface. Sports Interactive’s really thought about how players navigate its game. At first you’re confused, next pleasantly surprised and then depressed the improvements weren’t implemented sooner.
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