In any great football team, strength comes from stability. Wholesale change doesn't breed success, but incremental improvements usually do. This is also the case for Football Manager--or Worldwide Soccer Manager, as it's known in some regions--as developer Sports Interactive has demonstrated with the continual progress of the franchise since its rebirth in 2004.
* TV match view is a godsend for stats lovers
* New assistant-manager features work well
* Huge database and range of teams
* Still incredibly addictive.
* New match engine is visually glitchy
* Still distressingly addictive.