Football Manager 2019

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90 / 100
Oct 30, 2018

Football Manager returns with a kitbag full of new and overhauled features. It's the best at what it does, and FM 19 is the best it's ever been.

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No Recommendation / Blank
Oct 30, 2018

Quality of life tweaks and vast depth can't overcome Football Manager 2019's uncharacteristically clumsy, all-consuming training rework.

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9 / 10
Oct 30, 2018

A game you will lose hundreds of hours to and although you can criticise the lack of development in certain areas, it remains the thinking football fan's go-to game.

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Oct 30, 2018

Football Manager 2019 is a game that'll get its studs into you early and you won't be able to shake it free for some time. A must-buy for football fans.

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8 / 10
Nov 2, 2018

Football Manager 2019 redesigns its tactical interface to give you the tools to create a playstyle you'll spend the next 200 hours obsessing over.

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Game Revolution

Top Critic

Nov 14, 2018

There’s been no finer version of a Football Manager game, and it could be a few years before we see an entry as innovative as this one.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 30, 2018

Football Manager 2019 doesn't bring anything revolutionary in the classic FM experience, but it shows an all around more tidy and comfortable user experience.

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10 / 10.0
Oct 30, 2018

The Football Manager series just goes from strength to strength. This is superb, sublime, and irresistible. It's not a game you play, it's a game you live.

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Unscored
Nov 1, 2018

Football Manager 2019 offering the best experience the series has yet to provide thanks to intelligent, subtle changes in its form rather than its content.

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Nov 8, 2018

Football Manager 2019 is the most compelling and involving upgrade of the game since, for my money, the superb FM14. While some old niggles remain --press interaction still needs its proper overhaul, for instance-- its commitment to openness and accessibility has not come at the cost of its extraordinary depth. Quite the opposite. We go again.

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