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Submitted by user9422077 2354d ago | review

NowGamer: Football Manager Live Review

Despite its aesthetic and navigational shortcomings, Football Manager Live truly is a well-crafted product that brims with realism and immerses you in a thriving community-driven world – maintaining just enough essence from the single-player experience to satisfy all but the most hardened Football Manager fan. With its diluted approach to management, it may not be quite the online experience we've been dreaming of for all these years, and the subscription fees do seem a little steep, but as far as finding a symbiosis of hardcore and mainstream management mechanics goes, FML must go down as an excellent first attempt by Sports Interactive. A first attempt which proves that the London-based developer is still very much the master of the sports management genre, both offline and on. (Football Manager Live, PC) 8.1/10

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