Good evening ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to another review. With me I have the latest Sports Interactive football simulator and I’m expecting a great match today for this 2011’s season. The players are starting to warm up and the next Jose Mourinho sits behind a computer screen while playing Football Manager 2011.
Football Manager 2011
Developer: Sports Interactive
Genre: Sports Simulation
Release Date: 5 November 2010
From the studios of Sports Interactive, FM2011 is renewed title from the most sold football simulator series worldwide, with an improved 3D engine and a more comfortable and friendly environment for all newcomers to the series.
Many of the complexities in Football Manager 2010 were removed and left this new title more organized and easily navigable, in addition to giving full support to those who never had the opportunity to experience a game like that.
During the game, we can return to view the 3D match but totally renovated, with player animations more credible for us to take all doubt out of a bad game or scored a foul in favor of the opposing team in addition to an improvement in presentation graphics and animations of the public, everything to make the games more interesting and much more animated.
As in previous titles, it is also possible to manage players individualy or the whole team tactic, during a game, changing the players reactions and interaction in-match.
To further enhance the sense of realism so the system of interaction between coaches and individual company also has been duly amended but not enough to impress enough the lack of diversity and excess questions and repetitive dialogue.As much as before or after a game, we always attend or send our assistant coach to answer any questions from journalists across response options as well as an optional answer yet written by ourselves. Can not seem pro times, but these interviews are very important for the morale of our players and sometimes given a bad answer, you can change the whole direction of the game.
For a title like this, and the genre it represents, the only concern that the player will have graphic, you see in all profiles of players with real pictures, which can be easily modified. Another less important detail, is the sound of the game: there is no other than whistling and public demonstrations in free or penalty kicks poorly marked. In other words, turn on your radio.
Football Manager 2011 promises to be addictive, and long. There are more than twenty countries and many more rooms available in addition to the online mode to challenge our friends and we rival teams during a inifinidade Times. While it may be regarded as a minor update that title manages to show even more features in addition to the show closer to a perfect simulator trainer.
For football fans and even for the curious, this game promises to be a recommended buy. Not all portfolios but let the opportunity with a long life and vast database of players, Football Manager 2011 is a title that provides long weeks of entertainment and addiction.
The game layout and begginers tip are easily understandble which turns navigating through all the menus more simple than it seems and everything else comes down to your soccer-strategy intuiton.
With endless seasons to go through and a large dedicated community online and supporting you with mods and addons for your gameline you’ll probably feel dragged to a very long game time.
The sound effects aren’t that impressive as it seems though and with no soundtrack to accompany your playthroughs you’ll end up turning your media player on.
Simple layouts always look professional and the current table design is so smooth your own eyeballs will feel soft and healthy.
Disclaimer: A digital copy was given to the author for reviewing purposes. Spent over 8 hours playing half a season with a first division team before restarting with a major team in the Liga Sagres.