Football Manager Classic 2014

Football Manager Classic 2014 (PS Vita)

2014

System
PlayStation Vita
Publisher
SEGA
Developer
Sports Interactive

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Genre
Simulation, Sports
Release Date

PlayStation Vita

  • 11th Apr 2014 (UK/EU)
Series
Football Manager
Tags
Football, Soccer, Management, Suits
Official Site
footballmanager.com

Screenshots (8)

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Reviews

  • 8

    PSVita

    Review Football Manager Classic 2014

    Mid-league manager

    That there is a Silver Trophy in Football Manager Classic 2014 that rewards you for participating in 30 consecutive seasons – or a couple of hundred hours of play – will be no surprise to fans of the franchise, many of which will have been glued to their computers for the past decade or so. This is a series that’s universe...

About The Game

Football management simulation for PS Vita.

Design for quicker career progression

Designed specifically for faster career progression with the main focus on the key areas of football management such as; tactics, transfers and managing your team on matchdays. Areas such as media handling, training and finance are much more streamline and designed not to slow down progression to those all-important match days

Cross-save compatible with PC & Mac

Cross-save compatibility with PC, Mac & Linux (FMC Mode) means that FM fans can carry on a single continuous career, whether they’re at home using their computer or out and about with their PS Vita (or vice versa).

Football Manager Classic

The game features an almost identical feature set to FMC Mode on PC, Mac & Linux with some exciting new additions for 2014.

3D Match engine – a first for handheld devices

FMC will also be the first ever handheld game to feature the acclaimed 3D Match Engine, adding an extra layer of realism and immersion that’s been unavailable in previous Football Manager games for handheld devices.