The follow up to last year's inaugural Football Manager Handheld promises to be stuffed with new feature, whilst also being easier to navigate and control.
EDGE - Revisiting Football Manager has become a little Christmas ritual of mine, one which I look forward to (almost) as much as devouring a turkey luncheon or consuming life-threatening amounts of cheese. It is an indulgence I only allow myself over the festive season because playing Football Manager swallows such enormous swathes of time – time.
According to a forum post by an SI bunny, Sports Interactive has no plans for a PS Vita version of the massive selling Football Manager series. Despite doing great sales on the PSP (and still the current PSP No. 1 in the UK) over the years, the post says:
"Unfortunately there are no plans presently to do a Vita specific version of FMH at present, sorry."