Championship Manager: Season 02/03 (Xbox) by Eidos
Release Date June 12, 2002.
Average Overall Score: 10.00 / 10
Overall User Average: 10.00 / 10 (100.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 10.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 8.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 8.50 / 10basic lee
Date reviewed: February 13, 2004.
Overall: Despite is plain interface, and almost lack of visual appeal, along with sound, this is one of the greatest games I ever played, highly addictive, great replay value, and vast amounts of data and teams stuffed in there. Gameplay: Although originally a PC game, mainly using the mouse for control, this game has made a great transition to Xbox, and the interface works reasonably well with the pad. This game contains thousands of players, hunreds of teams, and tens of leagues, this is the market leader of its genre, hours, and hours of gameplay, even after spending ten seasons on a game, you'll be quite willing to start over. Graphics: Visually this game reaches a stumbling block, but despite its lack of visual appeal, the visuals do get the job done exceptionally well, and can't really be faulted. Sound: Again, the sound is lacking, but you don't need ANY sound in this game to play it for hours, and custom soundtracks add to the fun. Suggestions: Though Eidos own the licence, I hope Si Games will release their new 'Football Manager' game on Xbox when the time comes. Also, it should be Live enabled, even if just to download updates.
Overall: The most addictive game ever. Thats all you need to know. Pick this game up, you DO NOT put it down for a LONG, LONG time. Gameplay: Pick your team from practically any country in the world. You are the manager , you are in charge. Very realistic. Graphics: Not really a visual game. Just text. Sound: Again , not a sound game. BUT, you can burn your own music and listen to it when your busy managing. Suggestions: Update the stats. Match engine.