Football Manager 2015 Features Video - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The wait is almost over. Football fans and passionate gamers all around the world can enjoy the brand new Football Manager 2015, as the much anticipated game will be releasingin exactly one month time from now.
Like every year, Sega interactive has come up with some cool new features; the new additions arehighly absorbing, thrilling, and challenging.
Sports Interactive has launched a new video to reveal the new features coming to Football Manager, which will be available for purchase on November 7 (or available two weeks earlier for customers who pre-order the game).
The 30 minute video (see below) is definitely worth watching as it contains an overwhelming amount of information.
Sports Interactive, the makers of the famous Football Manager computer game, have produced a brand-new film entitled "An Alternative Reality: The Football Manager Documentary," which debuted across the UK and Ireland on October 7, and is now available for viewing on the web.
The 80-minute+ documentary examines the enduring appeal of one of the most popular computer simulation games.
For fans that have followed the Football Manager 14 series, which will be available for download on December 1, it's time to start getting excited about the new release. As always at this time of the year, Sports Interactive has given us plenty to ponder, so without delay, here are some of the new features of the upcoming football management game:
Play Anywhere In Football Manager 14, you'll be able to save your games in the cloud.
Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid a Football Manager 2014 breakdown - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Diego Simeone is the best thing to happen to football management since Pep Guardiola. What El Cholo has done at Atletico Madrid over the short span of two years is truly beyond anybody's wildest imagination.
Football Manager Handheld 2014 - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Sega and Sports Interactive present Football Manager Handheld 2014, the latest in the best selling series for IOS and Android, tonight, at the stroke of midnight.
This year's edition features vast number of improvements and additions along with the game's typical blend of â€˜snackable' action and unrivaled depth of gameplay, which make it the most compelling football management handheld game till date.
Football Manager 2014 Review - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The wait is over. Football fans and passionate gamers all over the world can enjoy the brand new Football Manager 2014, as the game is releasing today on various platforms. One of the major changes brought by developer Sports Interactive in Football Manager 2013 was the addition of Classic mode, a simplified version of the game for those who doesn't want to spend hours for one particular football game.
Football Manager 2014 In Game Editor - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
This edition of Football Manager 2014 brings with it the brand new In Game Editor which will be available to download on the same day of release of FM 2014 for Â£3.99/â‚¬4.49/$5.49/RBL129/BRL10.49 only.
Football fans all over the world are waiting with bated breath for the release of FM 2014 and also its special feature for this edition.
Formerly Championship Manager, now Football Manager (or FM, for short), the FM revolution is an exquisite slice of heaven handed to us from the soccer gods. If you haven't played it, you don't know what you're missing.
Over the 15 years that I've been playing the game, I have experienced several different types of games within the game itself.
Your whistle-stop guide to the latest Premier League arrivals Name: Yaya Sanogo Age: 20 Position: Striker Current club: Auxerre Fee: Free (with compensation) Did you know? Sanogo already has a cult following due to his propensity to turn into a virtual world-beater in the Football Manager computer game series.
Before the game this afternoon, we thought it would be good to renew Alex Ferguson's record in football as a manager, where he has so far managed in 2109 games and won 1223 of them, for a win record of 58% and he has won the Premier League 12 times, and he didn't do [...]
David Moyes has admitted he was shocked by that nature of Manchester United's 4-1 defeat to Manchester City in Sunday's derby match. Speaking ahead of tomorrow's Capital One Cup game against Liverpool, Moyes said he had but the City loss behind him. He said: "Well it's gone now so I can't do anything about it.
A piece of chewing gum reported to be the last chewed by Sir Alex Ferguson as a football manager is available to buy on eBay. The gum was reportedly retrieved by a fan at the Hawthorns on Sunday afternoon, placed in a wooden case and stuck on the internet auction site. The listing read: "Used [...]
Best coaches in Football Manager 2013 - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Building a successful team in Football Manager 2013 requires good players, that's fairly obvious, but having a solid team does not depend only on the quality of your playing staff. Having good coaches and assigning them to the right training categories is also very important, if not crucial.
Chelsea is on the verge of signing Fluminense full-back named Wallace according to The Independent newspaper. The gifted right back could be adequate cover for Branislav Ivanovic. As of press time, we're not able to confirm nor deny whether...
Sir Alex Ferguson will be sculpted in bronze outside Old Trafford when the time comes. When the sculptor chooses the base for the statue, granite should be ordered. For it is in the "granite city" of Aberdeen that Ferguson's hardened coaching mould was cast.
Arsene Wenger isn't just an astute football manager. He's also an accomplished magician. The Dynamo wannabe showed off his latest trick during an Arsenal pre-season training session. Behold, the incredible disappearing Professor.
This has to be one of the most entertaining andunbelievable hissy-fits we have ever witnessed from a football manager. The match in question is a top-tier Bulgarian clash between CSKA Sofia and Botev Vratsa and the madness kicks off when a Botev player concedes a red card for a handball in his own area.
Once again we're given a name and some YouTube footage of a new signing (not to mention some healthy levels of skepticism regarding why he was signed) but precious little else. Time to fire up the FM 2013 Editor!
First things first: there aren't going to be any screenshots here or detailed comparisons to existing players because Alam in the FM database isn't a complete picture of a player.
Ah, it's that time of year again, isn't it? When we all huddle round our laptops trying to read the digital tea leaves swirling in pixelated YouTube clips. But we have a better resource available to assess guys who are little more than names, nationalities, and positions, don't we? We have Football Manager and the Sacred Database.
Panic has set in among many boardrooms over the past few weeks as chairmen roll the dice for the last time in the hope that a change in manager will be enough to turn fortunes around in the latter stages of the football season and in most cases, avoid relegation! March saw a total of [...]
Soccer video games are a big part of a lot of people's lives nowadays and they definitely have been a big part of mine. I have been playing football video games since I was eight years old, so I thought I'd share with you my top 10 favorites of all time. Bear in mind these are purely the top 10 out of the ones I have played.
Presumably this is a spoof (we really hope not), but if it is someone has gone to a lot of effort to create a pretty decent LinkedIn profile for out-of-work football manager Alex McLeish. The profile on the corporate social networking site is fairly up-to-date, making mention of McLeish's recent brief stint at Nottingham Forest.
Now whilst I, at 21 years old, have grown too old for Guy Fawkes, I sure haven't gotten too old to play Football Manager. So just 3 days before the cerimonial burning of an old crazy madman I get to celebrate the release of what is beyond a doubt the best managerial game there is: "Football Manager 2013â€³.