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Football Manager Classic 2014 only £6.19 on PSN

Matt Gardner
Football games, Football Manager Classic 2014, PS Vita games, Simulation games, Sports Games

Football Manager Classic 2014 only £6.19 on PSN

Football Manager Classic 2014 only £6.19 on PSN. Click here to buy >>

Sony have kicked off their huge January sales already, and this little gem is one of the best deals on PSN right now. Football Manager Classic on Vita is a comprehensive game, but poorly optimised. If you're looking for a step up from FM on mobile, then this is it, but do be aware that it's a little fiddly.

Read our FM Classic review here, and check out the full PSN sale here.

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bungles85  Dec. 24, 2014 at 12:07

can you get John to let us know which of the localised japanease titles are the pick of the bunch discounted on vita? I'm well out the loop these days and after a new obsession after persona 4

JonLester  Dec. 24, 2014 at 13:51

@bungles85: Happy to oblige! Always glad to help out fellow fans of localised Japanese Vita games.

If you've played the original Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc, definitely pick up the sequel (Goodbye Despair - review here). Otherwise, it's highly spoilery and you should wait for a deal on Trigger Happy Havoc first. (FYI, the oiginal is brilliant and my favourite game of 2014)

I highly recommend Ys: Memories Of Celceta (review) - weak characters vs many competing games, but excellent exploration and realtime combat. Disgaea 4 is bloody brilliant if you're a fan of the series, though it's a bit of a slow-burner and can be overwhelmingly deep if you've never played a Disgaea title before (review).

Hyperdimension Neputunia Re:Birth is actually a pretty solid parody JRPG that's much better than the PS3 original (currently working on a review for the sequel, out next month in the US/UK). Don't have a review for the original on site, but found time to dabble and it seems much stronger. Likewise Deception IV: Blood Ties - no review, but a really interesting and sadistic puzzle game that I bought on a whim.

And then there's Akiba's Trip. Many reviewers hated it, I loved it. Here's why.

So TL;DR -

1: Ys: Memories Of Celceta
2: Danganronpa 2 (ONLY if you've completed Trigger Happy Havoc)
3: Disgaea 4 (if you're ready for insane crazy depth)
4: Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth (solid and lengthy, but designed for parody - so full of cliches and fanservice)

Punt: Akiba's Trip. Love it or hate it, there's no middle ground. Personally I love it.

Merry Christmas and happy gaming!

Last edited by JonLester, Dec. 24, 2014 at 13:56
bungles85  Dec. 24, 2014 at 14:42

cheers Jon,

Y's sounds right up my street, so going to start there.

Merry christmas to you all

JonLester  Dec. 24, 2014 at 16:51

No worries, I can bore for England on JRPGs and localised games! :D

Oh, and if you happen to own a 3DS, I'd highly suggest picking up Persona Q (review). It's a must-buy for Persona fans and a great way to spend more time with the P4 cast.

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