Football Manager Touch 2018 for Nintendo Switch
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Football Manager Touch 2018

Apr 13, 2018
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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

FOOTBALL MANAGER TOUCH 2018 on Nintendo Switch is the most immersive football simulation ever created for Nintendo players. Feature packed with a huge choice of clubs, TOUCH gets you through the seasons quickly without compromising on detail or control. They say football is a game of opinions, but it's only yours that counts around here… Football Manager Touch™ 2018 makes its debut on Nintendo Switch™ delivering the thrill of a league title without the long pre-match build up, and glare of the media. This streamlined Football Manager experience allows you to focus on the best parts of steering a club to success – tactics and transfers.

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

13 Reviews
7.64
Ed OrrMay 02, 2018
I wanted to explore the scouting options further and utilize my backroom staff as my tenure continued. Unfortunately, the game does not sit well on the Switch. If you absolutely need a fix of football on the go, the iOS variation of FMT 2018 has a much more positive response. Until then, this really is a a no score draw.
Jamie WardApr 18, 2018
It may go unnoticed but being able to play for 5-10 minutes at a time to continue to progress through a season is a godsend. It has enough depth included that it keeps fans of the series engrossed, but it’s also simplified enough so that more casual players who are worried it will take weeks or months just to finish one season can still enjoy their time with the game. It is a brilliant first attempt on a Nintendo console. All I will say is prepare to get addicted all over again.
J.P. CorbranApr 27, 2018
Football Manager Touch 2018 does about as good a job translating the series to Switch as is possible, but it still doesn’t feel like a great fit. This game was clearly designed for a mouse interface, and the options here leave a lot to be desired. And while the depth on offer here can be staggering at times, someone who’s really looking for this kind of experience will be disappointed by the features from the PC original that this lacks.

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