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Football Manager 2015 (PC/Mac)

Platform : Windows 7, Mac OS X, Windows 8
4.3 out of 5 stars 402 customer reviews

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  • The most realistic, in-depth, immersive football management simulation
  • Sit in the managerial hot seat of almost any football club in over 50 countries
  • Live the life of a real football manager in Europe or elsewhere worldwide
  • Choose your lineup and change tactics as you seek glory and silverware
  • Follow the match with the 3D engine and give pitch-side instructions
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  • Platform:   Windows 7 / 8, Mac OS X
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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Platform: PC/Mac
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  • ASIN: B00MN270HE
  • Item Weight: 100 g
  • Release Date: 7 Nov. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (402 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,305 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PC/Mac

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Football Manager 2015, the latest in the award-winning and record-breaking series, is coming to PC, Macintosh, and Linux computers in November 2014. Football Manager is the most realistic, in-depth, and immersive simulation of football management available, putting you in the hot-seat of almost any club in more than 50 countries across the world, including all of Europe's biggest leagues. Football Manager 2015 will allow you to live the life of a real football manager – you decide who plays and who sits on the bench, and you're in total control of tactics, team-talks, substitutions, and pitch-side instructions as you follow the match live with the acclaimed 3D match engine.

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So it looks like this is the first 'proper' review on here without someone trying to be funny or troll.

The first thing you notice about the game is that the menu layout is completely different. SI have ditched the top menu bar in favour of a more aesthetically pleasing side menu bar with less options. I personally like this, as you'll find a lot of related elements of the game in the right areas, I.e. There is now a 'scouting' section which not only contains assignments, reports etc. but the 'search' function. This is something that they needed to do for years and I'm glad it's been implemented into FM 2015. The scout reports are also much more in depth and easier to read with there being a 'pros and cons' section instead of a list of random information.

When it comes round to actually playing a match or at least getting near the time, the process is pretty much the same. Pre-match presser > team selection > match overview > opposition instructions etc. However, just before the game is about to start, you're surprised by a tunnel interview. These become quite tedious after a few games and don't really have much of an influence on the outcome of the match as the pre-match pressers do. This happens again after certain games, and which can again become tedious but I guess it is more realistic and gives you more opportunities to type swear words into the comment box.

Onto the actual game engine. I have to say I'm very pleased with how they've developed the graphics and overall look of the pitch, stadium, fans and players. Stadiums have their own surroundings, the fans look more realistic and the players movements are less robotic and less predictable. It's like watching a game of PES on the PS2 (which is a great compliment to SI, IMO).
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Been playing these games avidly since champ manager and whilst theres no doubt the game has been vastly improved since those days maybe its time the developers spent a bit more energy on the match day graphics rather then the more conversational elements like pre and post match questions, is there anybody who does not let the assistant handle that?.
I imagine the next installment will comprehensively replicate the experience of a manager arguing with his wife over that fact he loves the club more then her.
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I am surprised how low scoring reviews are on here to be honest. People saying they played it for five hours and moaning about it!! How can you tell if you like a game which is so in depth after five hours?! Yes it takes time to get use to the new layout but they do this so you learn wants new about the game. I love the fact you can now include your self in the training, and decide what type of manager you want to be good edition.

At first I was in disbelief in how much they have changed things around and changing the format as I loved the easy feel of FM14 and FM13. I have now played it for over a week now, and I went back to try FM14 out and I can say easily I prefer the new format now I am used to it (it takes time).

I can also understand how it is frustrating how often injuries keep occurring, I am AFC Wimbledon and I hadn’t had my first choice back four for the first 12 games due to injuries. However since putting them on low level training and bringing them back slowly in the under 21s they are now fully fit and on full training. Which is very realistic if players are always injured it takes time for them to come back.

I like the match tunnel interview add a little bit extra to the game, as often you will see when a game on TV they have a pre match interview. Tactics are key as ever, you must read the pre match report of the other team to try and exploit the other team and always check on yours to cover areas of weakness.

Searching players is still easy so not sure why people are moaning about that just click on scouting simple!!

Regarding the match day pitch, it a massive improvement you now can see stadium and can tell when your playing at a bigger club which is great edition.
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Bought this as its the first time i have played the game. Price is good for the product. Downloaded this onto a linux system and works fine and with easy instructions to follow.As I'm no expert I'm very pleased with the game and as my football manager its a class game and so addictive to play. Defiantly Buy this game!!
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first FM I have bought for 3 years and a mistake, the sats and database are there, the training board etc its all there. the control over what your team does on the pitch is not though. Teams score from crosses almost every time, your tactics feel ineffectual and you are just a frustrated apssenger along for the ride. Back in 2011 and even 12 you knew you were in control but this version just feels like the game does what it wants.

I would advise anyone considering buying this to wait a few months and then read the forums as the patches come out to sort out the match engine to see if it has because it really does need sorting out!
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This is an honest review of a game I've played for over 20 years,So before the game was released I had high hopes for this newest installment of fm 15.Sadly after playing the game at the weekend I uninstalled it,Why you ask? Well I'll tell you.

Firstly Si have improved the match engine and also improved the stadiums which I applaud,for years I was moaning about playing as say Real Madrid in a stadium which looks like it's from the conference division.So I agree they've tried to improve things,but as we know the graphics still look like it's from a ps1 footy game and that's being kind.Were nearly in 2015 and im sorry the match engine is still terrible.

Secondly the game just is so boring now and uninspiring,if you're playing fm 13 or 14 then your not really missing anything except an updated database,once again si have moved the interface around and put the bar to the side instead of at the top.Most of the changes they've made are just boring and Time consuming,Also it took me 20 mins to find out how to search for players that are on a free transfer.

Si sadly today rather than massively improving the game or making it fun just rely on a big marketing campaign for the game.players and celebrities coming out and saying how much they love the game,well they must be easly pleased imo.If you still find this game fun then fair play to you and I hope you have hours of fun gaming but sadly for me the game is so stale that I probably won't play it again.

Also the once great player database is just now being recycled year on year with a few new wonder kids added,most of the stats are the same as last year with of course their age put forward a year.
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