The search for fresh youngsters continues in Football Manager 2013. Every Football Manager player understands that finding great players at an early age is vitally important. While the search continues, we decided to try something: we simulated five seasons worth of play in Football Manager 2013, while keeping an eye on our Football Manager 2012 Wonderkids selection, to see how they fared in this brave new world. The results were fascinating.
We caught up with Sports Interactive’s Studio Director Miles Jacobson yesterday. He held forth on everything Steam-related, focussing on Steam Workshop support for Football Manager, the continued dominance of Football Manager 2012 in the charts and whether wearable computing will ever come to Football Manager.
There's months before the Premiership restart. What could you do in that time? Extra football! With the season officially over, why not let your hair down a little and your poke your footballing brain with some interesting Football Manager 2012 scenarios?
Rather than trying to find Football Manager 2012 mods, here's a good way of getting a better team using cheap young players. Talent with such immense potential that by the time they reach 25 they’ll have Lionel Messi spit-shining their Balon D’Or. We have compiled a team of the best young players in each position that have the potential to become your club’s new star player. We took into consideration the accessibility of the player and made sure they were a maximum of 20 years old in order to be considered for this Ultimate Wonder Kid XI. So, let’s get the team underway!
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Realism is always tough when you're dealing with licensing issues across the globe. FM2012 does its best, but some teams, names and outfits are all protected by the copyright guard dogs, barking and snarling with their teeth bared if you dare include them. Not even tasty treats will stay their fury. Luckily fans of the game are foolhardy souls, willing to do what developers SI Games could not. If your game is missing a Messi (he's actually in there, but that rhyming scheme is too delicious) and you're seeking the San Siro, here's how to fix it.
It looks like the final stretch of the Premier League led to a spike in sales for Football Manager 2012. It recently spent 4 weeks at the top of the PC weekly charts, beating Sniper Elite V2 to the top spot. Diablo 3 recently knocked Football Manager 2012 off the top spot after becoming the...
A 9:1 ratio in favour of illegal downloads is a very shocking statistic. Miles Jacobson, the studio director at Sports Interactive, the developers of Football Manager, suggests something like Steam on Android could help with the issues the Android market is currently facing.
Now I know there are many tutorials on how to tweak your tactics in order to create the most realistic arsenal team, but this one stood out as the most detailed and accurate. If you ever wondered how to apply that Arsene Wenger touch to your Arsenal side, look no further!
Ali Al-Ali of England! I always knew very little amounts of creativity went into the names of the regenerated players, but this one was a classic. A wing back with alot of potential... But I think I would buy him just for his name.