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Football Manager 2010 - PC

by Sega
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Everyone
17 customer reviews

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  • The introduction of a Tactics Creator makes it easier to instruct the team to play the way the manager wants, alongside the introduction of touchline 'shouts' and quick tactic changes for instantly altering your team's playing style during the match.
  • New Match Analysis tool lets players see where shots, passes, crosses, headers, tackles, fouls and interceptions have been made on the field for all players on the pitch.
  • New Data Editor will allow the addition of new divisions to existing leagues and of entirely new leagues as well as making it easier to keep the game up to date for free.
  • Football Manager 2010 will also feature the return of officially licensed United States Major League Soccer teams and players.
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Football Manager 2009 is the most successful in the Football Manager series to date, selling in over 1 million copies worldwide. According to data gathered from Football Manager 2009, people played the game for an average of 240 hours each and developer Sports Interactive has spent the last year working closely with consumers and the Football Manager community to implement key improvements to this year’s game. Football Manager 2010 features new tools and changes across the board including some big additions to improve ease of use, navigation and feedback from the game with the introduction of a brand new match tactics system, the debut of a Match Analysis tool, a completely new look and new User Interface among other features.

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  • ASIN: B002KG008Y
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 3, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,215 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Higgins on December 3, 2009
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I wasn't able to use the download options on SI's website, as I was deployed to Iraq at the time, so Amazon's option to get a hard copy was vital. I got the game (in Iraq!) only a few days after it was released.

If you haven't played since before 2008 or 2007, you certainly need to pick up 2010. The version is a great leap forward. Visually, it's a lot like 2009. The game play continues to give you more power, but in a way that's easier to understand. One of the options I particularly enjoy is where, instead of moving sliders, you assign a player a "type" of position, based on where he is on the field. This will determine how he plays that position. Instead of just a Striker, you can have a Deep-Lying Forward, Poacher, Target Man, etc. It's (in my mind, at least) a more intuitive way of doing business.

I'm hopelessly addicted to FM2010.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AKS on December 23, 2009
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I was addicted to the 2009 version of this game, and this one is no different.

There are a couple of motable improvements:
- Touchline instructions: You can now issue adhoc instructions without going to the tactics panel, and the options are galore. You can command your team to Stand off opponents, Pump ball into box, take more risks and so on. This is closer to what an actual manager would do, throwing in real time instructions to the player. You can also change the overall momentum, by choosing between from different playing mentalities like Attacking, Control, Counter etc.
- The renewal of contracts seem to have been revamped. You can no more trick players who were initially demanding $2 mn signing bonus into accepting 0 signing bonus.
- Each position has now unique choices, like you can ask a midfielder to just defend, support or attack, or you can put him to be a deep lying playmaker, as you deem fit.
- The news section looks better now.

As in the old one, this one has got a good game AI. Leave you defenses weak, and even a minnow can trump you. Not to mention the myraid of options available. You can command players/ clubs from even small countries like Bangladesh.

This is worth the money, for the players who are fan of simulation. However, if you are a FIFA fan, then you might not entirely like this, since this is more like a backoffice job, and you do not control player movements.

On the flip side, the application draws heavliy on the memory, so sometimes the progress can feel very slow. However, if you alter some settings, you can speed up the career advancement substantially.

Overall, I am addicted to this game. A sure buy for lovers of the simulation genre!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Block on January 10, 2010
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The Good

Quick tactics are extremely useful - so nice to not have to keep going to the tactics screen every time you want to tweak something while in a match!

Love the way you can select players style within their position now - for example it's really quick to tell your midfielders to be "ball winner", "support", "attack" etc. Very intuitive and works well. Better than dragging arrows around.

The 3D match engine works very well. I came from FM2009, so I'm not sure how it compares to that. No more watching dots moving around the screen - yay! (although you still can if you prefer) Just don't expect anything amazing - it's crude (and a bit buggy) compared to modern 3D games.

The Bad

As before, no licensing for the Premier League and other major tournaments. Be prepared to do some searching and downloading to get the proper competition names, logos, kits, facepacks, etc.

Assistants advice becomes extremely repetitive, and after a few games you'll generally ignore most of what they say. Same with press conferences - fun for a while, then you'll end up just sending your assistant to answer the same old questions.

It seems to me that players pick up way to many injuries now (regardless of settings) so be prepared to have a big squad!

Overall, a significant improvement over previous versions. Lots of the same old FM annoyances remain, but there's enough great new stuff to keep you addicted.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RR4 on January 5, 2010
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Warning - This game is addictive.
If you have owned previous installments in this title, it will take you time to get used to the "improvements" in this year's edition. Other than that, it is the same game, but you do have a bit more tactical control and the addition of the "touchline instructions" allows you to change tactics in game without going to the Tactics screen.
This is a highly involved simulation style game. If you enjoy playing and controlling a "player" in the game, this is not the game for you. This is a Manager simulation game. You control tactics, training, staff hiring, transfers, budgets, interact with the media, team selection, etc. If you have ever played the Manager mode on the FIFA games, or tried NFL Head Coach, it is like that - only 100 times more detailed.
It is the most detailed and involved sports management simulation game available.
I highly recommend it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dfajar2 on December 23, 2009
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You may find more than one football manager games, but by far this one is the best of all. After playing all the demos for Football manager 2010, fifa manager and Championship manager there is no discussion on how great, stable and complex this game is, and how far back their competitors are. The 3d engine runs good, even in a laptop XPS m1330 with a NVidia GeForce 8400M GS which has an acceptable graphic card. I play this game every single night after work, and I it is very addictive. I fully recomend this game if you're a football fan. The sound may be the only thing I consider is not that good but the interface and menus are easy to navigate.
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