PC - Windows
Football Manager 2013
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About this game
Developer: Sports Interactive
Content Rating: N/A
In addition to offering an array of improvements and enhancements over its predecessors, Football Manager 2013 also incorporates a series of radical changes and new game modes which, for some, will revolutionise the way the game is played.
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Sure, it’s a deep and complicated beast and occasionally it’s impossible to not feel powerless when things aren’t going your way, but that happens to managers all over the world in real life too, and that’s the point. Football Manager’s relentless strive for realism is sometimes its biggest fault, but with new modes and now new ways of playing it’s also managed to get that light touch back.
Despite the negatives, Football Manager 2013 is still the best example of the series yet. Classic mode is arguably the biggest single addition the series has ever seen, and it speaks volumes about the self-awareness and skill of the game's designers that it works as well as it does on this first iteration.
It's still great and it'll still pass the 1,000 hours played mark on my Steam account. It does have some potential issues, and even with the wonderful news about the multiplayer code being made much less laggy than before, there are probably grounds for checking out the demo if you're undecided about whether to continue with that game in FM 2012 where you got Barnet into the Champions League.