Football Manager 2016

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Nov 13, 2015

The moreish management sim is back featuring its usual tactical depth, but with a more user-friendly road to success – which is bad news for your loved ones

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Nov 17, 2015

Football Manager 2016 may not be heavy on new features, but its increased transparency and accessibility make it the most enjoyable and immediate entry in the series to date.

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7 / 10
Nov 11, 2015

Solid. Dependable. This edition of Football Manager has set itself up not to concede, and to make occasional expressive forays into new territory. The scattering of innovations (hilarious character creator aside) are worthwhile, but some old, persistent quirks still rankle.

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Nov 17, 2015

Football Manager 2016 is far from the most revolutionary entry in the series, but it's still an addictive game that'll have you signing away the next few months of your life.

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4.3 / 5.0
Dec 1, 2015

Football Manager 2016 makes accessing the more complex features easier: it's both deeper and more user friendly.

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9 / 10.0
Nov 11, 2015

This is the finest football management game around and should be on everyone's Steam list.

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9 / 10
Jan 12, 2016

The most educational and exhaustive edition yet

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7.5 / 10.0
Dec 2, 2015

A solid game which you'll find plenty of reason to invest into if you are a fan of soccer text-sims.

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8.5 / 10.0
Nov 19, 2015

Football Manager 2016 is another successful entry into a series that is perhaps struggling to find new things to innovate. Changes to tactics, player interaction and the 3D match engine are much welcomed and definitely mark an improvement from last year's game. It will keep fans of the series more than happy (that is until 2017 rolls off the production line next year).

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9 / 10
Sep 5, 2016

Overall, Football Manager 2016 is definitely an improvement over last year's submission. It does a nice job of catering to those who want a faster-paced experience, whilst offering those who want to micro-manage every possible aspect of the game, a perfect sandbox with which to scratch that itch. Moreover, Sports Interactive has seemingly brought both experiences closer together, allowing an easier path for those playing Touch to promote themselves to the full experience at their leisure. The overall detail is astonishing and it will take far longer to get through a season. Gone are the days off finishing off a league in a night, but the satisfaction of reaching the summit of a league table after the arduous road preceding it, is that much greater. Aside from a couple of slight blemishes, with an under polished avatar system and a few presentation issues, Football Manager 2016 is without doubt a great accomplishment, which deserves anyone's attention. Just don't be surprised to watch your social life get relegated…

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