Soccer

List of sports management game news under the term ‘Soccer’

Football Manager 2018 is out, here are the features.

Today sees the launch of the latest iteration of the world’s most revered sports management simulation as SEGA and Sports Interactive release Football Manager 2018 worldwide, digitally and in-stores. [This press release has been made courtesy of Sports Interactive] Football Manager 2018 brings with it over 1,000 new improvements and features, building on the success of last year’s game to make thi...[Read More]

Football Manager 2017 is out now. Check out the details.

Football Manager 2017 (FM17) is out now and as comprehensive as ever with over 2,500 real clubs to manage across 140 leagues, and more than 500,000 real footballers and staff to sign. FM17 is available on Mac, PC and Linux. System requirements can be found on Steam. What’s new in Football Manager 2017? Here are some of the changes. Brexit simulation The developers have opted to introduce the...[Read More]

The New Football Manager 2016 (FM16) Feature Set

Sports Interactive has made an announcement about the new versions of Football Manager. Details were released on September 7th, 2015 to most major game-outlets. The new full-screen version is set to be released on November 13th, 2015. Opportunities are available to pre-order through their website. Mobile and Touch screen versions are set to be released before Christmas 2015. Here are some of the n...[Read More]

Title Challenge (iOS) looking to live up to its name in mobile football management

A brand new mobile football management game has arrived at the iTunes apple store. Title Challenge is an effort by an indie development studio named Kyan Games. A first glance it appears they are saying all the right things. The leads at Kyan Games are paying tribute to the simplicity of the original Championship Manager 01/02 and are looking to translate the balance of that simulation game algori...[Read More]

Football Manager Handheld 2014 has been released

SEGA’s released Football Manager Handheld 2014 on the App Store and Google Play. The iOS version is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but is optimized for iPhone 5. The Android version requires 2.2 and up. The iOS version of Football Manager Handheld 2014 features cloud saving, so you can continue a single career on multiple iOS devices. GM Games will be monitoring and keep watchi...[Read More]

Football Manager 2014 is out now

FM14 is the most feature-packed and technically advanced release in Sports Interactive history, with over 1,000 new features and improvements. The FM experience is enhanced with the game available on Linux for the first time and the introduction of ‘cloud save’ technology, meaning managers can now pursue a single career from any computer, anywhere in the world. With the integration of Steam Worksh...[Read More]

FM Handheld 2013 Released

Sports Interactive and SEGA are delighted to announce the launch of Football Manager Handheld 2013 for iOS and Android devices. This season’s release not only includes up-to-date player and competition data, it also includes a number of gameplay enhancements, many of which have been implemented as a direct result of user feedback. These include: – An all-new player comparison module (allowin...[Read More]

Review – Football Manager 2013

Our Review of Football Manager 2013 Still catering to the obsessed, but now with more to offer casual players. There’s no such thing as a worldwide holiday for fans of soccer sims (or football, if you prefer), but if there was, it would probably be the day a new iteration of the Football Manager series goes live. As it always does, Sports Interactive’s labor of love attempts to capture...[Read More]

Football Manager 2013 Released

Football Manager 2013, announced today by Sports Interactive and SEGA, marks a seismic shift in the development of the best-selling series.   In addition to offering an array of improvements and enhancements over its predecessors, the new release also incorporates a series of radical changes and new game modes which, for some, will revolutionise the way the game is played.   Perhaps the ...[Read More]