This deal for Football Manager 2015 is not only a great way to celebrate the new season kicking off last weekend, but it's is one of the lowest prices we've seen for the latest entry of the series. Overall you'll save around £2 over the next cheapest offer, and it's a digital purchase so you'll get a Steam key within an hour of purchase. We felt that last year's edition had its faults, especially on the pitch, but easier navigation around the many screens and a greater focus on player interaction with their roles in your squad made made it as involving and incredibly vast as ever. In short, it's still the career/study/relationship killer it's always been. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII for the find!
Be sure to check out our Football Manager 2015 review for more details.
Football Manager 2015 is only £10.49 on PC for a digital copy. We've seen it briefly dip just under £10 recently, but this is still a great deal for any footy management sim fan.
Apologies in advance for utterly demolishing your free time if you've managed to stay clean this long. On the plus side, you won't need money for other games for a while and you can sort out your team's season after any embarrassing derby defeats or daft signings in real life. Just remember to eat every now and then ok?
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We could talk about Football Manager all day long, how lives have been ruined due to input of silly hours into games like this and the famous Championship Manager, but the real question is: Are you prepared to sell your soul for less than a tenner?
Football Manager 2015 simultaneously makes navigation easier thanks to a revamped UI, while making other aspects more convoluted. Its match engine offers greater interaction, and yet somehow seems more opaque. But in spite of its contradictions, FM15 does a fine job of delivering a vastly deep, and more integrated and collaborative experience of football management, with some scouting overhauls that make finding diamonds in the rough more rewarding than ever before. This year's game has its faults, and doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it'll still steal your life away if you let it. - Football Manager Review - Part 2 | Match Day
We all know what Football Manager 2015 does, but it's damn good at doing it. The UI is great, cleaner and crisper, while it's more easy to navigate between the most important screens. The match engine is also engrossing despite its imperfections, sucking you in over and over again if you're not careful. For less than a tenner it's hard not to recommend, even if I still find it amusing that it's one of the beardiest and geekiest grand strategy games around has a cool reputation.
Thanks to mrcwtonothy @ HUKD!
Football Manager 2015 is only £12.25 (with facebook discount) on PC for a digital copy, or £12.95 for a disc-based one. You could be playing it tonight! Apologies in advance for utterly demolishing your free time if you've managed to stay clean this long. On the plus side, you won't need money for other games for a while. Just remember to eat every now and then ok? To get a 5% discount, go to the retailer's Facebook page and click the link. You don't have to enter an email address, just enter any text and press enter for a code.
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Football Manager 2015 is only £12.99 (including facebook code discount) on PC. You could be playing it tonight! Apologies in advance for utterly demolishing your free time if you've manged to stay clean this long. On the plus side, you won't need money for other games for a while. Just remember to eat every now and then ok?
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII.
Football Manager 2015 is a damn fine game. I rather like what they've done with the UI. It feels cleaner, crisper, and more easy to navigate between the most important screens. It's been patched up a bunch since release, though the match engine still isn't quite perfect.
Nevertheless, the feeling of watching your detailed tactics come off is unparalleled, and FM15 reaffirms that most ruinous legacy of the games that have come before it, nonchalantly sucking you in and making you forget about work or school or other people. It's just as addictive as it has ever been.
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Football Manager 2015 is a strange beast. It's full of little contradictions, you see. Football Manager 2015 simultaneously makes navigation easier thanks to a revamped UI, while making other aspects more convoluted. Its match engine offers greater interaction, and yet somehow seems more opaque. But in spite of its contradictions, FM15 does a fine job of delivering a vastly deep, and more integrated and collaborative experience of football management, with some scouting overhauls that make finding diamonds in the rough more rewarding than ever before.
Basically, this year's game has its faults, and doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it'll still steal your life away if you let it.
Click here to read my full Football Manager 2015 review. Cheers Gooner!
Even the biggest retailers around are coming nowhere near this barnstorming Black Friday bargain for Football Manager 2015. Head over to the Macclesfield Town store and you can pick up a copy of FM15 for a tenner, though if you want it delivered you'll have to add £3.50. Even so, it's still the cheapest price for the game around at the moment.
Nice spot, fonz1987!
A few days ago, I delivered the first part of my Football Manager 2015 review (click here to read it), talking about the tweaks and changes that had been made off of the pitch. The game was in beta, and the match engine clearly still had some work to be done on it, and within hours of part one of my review being posted, Sports Interactive dropped a massive update ringing the changes.
To briefly recap, I've been impressed by the expansive depth available behind closed doors in the world of football management this year. Navigation is smoother than ever before thanks to a revamped interface that better prioritises the screens you'll want to get to. The tactical window is a little cluttered, but it's indicative of a greater emphasis on tactical customisation, and tailoring teams to suit your strategic designs. They won't become comfortable with your methods overnight, but put in the work, and it's clear that you can leave an indelible mark on the way a team performs.
Broadly speaking, that is.Click here to read more...
Football Manager 2015 is getting tweaked and polished right up until the game's release on November 7th, and at the time of writing, the game is still in beta. However, you can leap into the shoes of your favourite managers right now by heading over to GAME and buying FM15, gaining immediate access to the beta. Better yet, use the codeFMSAVE today and knock an extra 25% off of the price!
Remember to use the code FMSAVE at the checkout, though!
There was a glorious moment last night when my brave Glovers fought back from a 3-0 deficit to tie a crucial cup game against Ipswich just before the whistle for the end of regular time. It had been a glorious comeback. Conor Sammon had been terrorising my defence in the first hour of the game, but a fiery team talk, a change in formation, and the introduction of some speed on the wings changed things around. As the ref blew for 90 minutes, momentum was firmly in Yeovil's favour.
And then it all went wrong.
A Hail Mary long ball from Ipswich's full back sailed over the top, but it was too long, Chris Weale would surely get to it, there was no one else around. Sure enough, Weale came forth confidently. Everything was going to be fine.
And then he fell over.
This wasn't the staggered trip of a man with his foot suddenly caught in a rabbit hole, or the clumsy scrabble of falling over your own limbs, no. Instead, Weale decided that the best course of action would be to do an impression of a dead fish. This might have been fine had he actually been headed for the ball. His body could still have provided a low-slung blockade for the charge of the oncoming Sammon. Sadly, though, he'd veered off course, heading instead for a shiny thing out towards the penalty spot, and had then been felled by an unseen sniper.
My verbal reaction was deemed unsuitable for print.
The review embargo is up for Football Manager 2015, but I don't feel I can give it a score, and I'd advise you take most of the other "reviews" that have currently been published without any sort of disclaimer with a fat pinch of salt. FM15 is still in beta at the time of writing, hence the calamitous goalkeeping described above, and thus the game that will be out on the 7th may well have tweaks and fixes that today's doesn't. Given that it's not actually out yet, we'll be scoring the game at launch.
That said, here are a few things things to note ahead of part two of my review later this week.Click here to read more...
No, it's not April 1st.
The notion that Football Manager has been used by professional staffers at major clubs to get the lowdown on wonderkids and burgeoning superstars has been something of a legendary, if rather fanciful, idea for some time. Except it's not a myth, it's coming true.Click here to read more...