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Submitted by Gwynne Dixon on September 12 2011 - 12:17

Sports Interactive's annual series to land in UK stores on October 21st...

SEGA and Sports Interactive have announced that this year's Football Manager will be released for PC/Mac on October 21st this year, which puts it a couple of weeks ahead of last year's launch on November 5th.

Improvements to the 3D match engine, transfer and contract negotiations, and the scouting system highlight the feature list for Football Manager 2012 – click through here to get a more detailed list of the advancements for this year's game and a video of the new match engine being put through its paces.

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By: freeradical

Added:Sun 06th Nov 2011 11:56, Post No: 4

Football Manager used to have an Xbox 360 game - they stopped developing it a few years ago because they were unhappy with their interface and, presumably, sales weren't strong enough to justify the cost of developing on Xbox 360.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Sat 05th Nov 2011 10:16, Post No: 3

why isnt they any good football managerment games on the xbox if lma07 works so can other ones

from a manager game fan


By: freeradical

Added:Tue 25th Oct 2011 14:49, Post No: 2

@Post 1: I couldn't possibly agree with you more. It's such a shame that Eidos have taken Champ Man to iPhones and dropped the PC version.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Tue 25th Oct 2011 13:54, Post No: 1

At last a review that has pointed out that this years big feature is just a copy of CM2010.

As much as I'm enjoying the current iteration of FM I really feel that SI are in stuck in a rut and if Eidos had continued the CM series there would have been a turnaround equivalent to City beating Utd 6-1 at the weekend.

CM2010 still had some fundimental flaws when released but the level of inovation to the genre was a breath of fresh air

FM is still great, but if someone's willing to stump up the cash, al la Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and go toe to toe with them they could find themselves falling behind very quickly.