Nidzumi writes: "It might not be a big deal across the pond for obvious reasons but back in Europe, Football Manager is generally regarded as a big deal. Every year prospective wannabee managers get another simulation complete with game changing improvements along with a brand new database with brand new talent to be picked out. I'm sure I wasn't the only one who was surprised by the quality seen in the last core version of the game (FM2009). Not only did it feature series changing experiments and features but it also delivered on nearly every promise and offered a brilliant simulation to boot. That's why it's impressive that they have managed to get Football Manager Live out already so soon after the last rendition. But if your worrying about any kind of over saturation of management think again because the addictiveness has been taken up to a whole different level."