FM 2014 features a revamped transfer module where opposing clubs and managers adopt a more realistic approach when making or responding to transfer offers. In addition, a number of new ‘real world’ transfer clauses have been added, such as the facility to loan a player back to the club he’s just been bought from and the option to offer a combination of cash and loan players, as well as new contract clauses such as a sub bench appearance fee.
The next generation of consoles has nearly arrived. With them comes the next generation of sports games, featuring improved graphics and advanced features. Then there’s Football Manager 14, the other kind of sports game. Instead of duking it out on the field, FM14 is all about the behind the scenes action; roster moves, tactics, strategies, pep talks. These are all features that we’ve seen appear in the Madden franchise throughout the years, but it is completely outclassed by Football Manager. Make no mistake; this game is pure simulation. You’ll spend only 10-15% of your time in an actual game and even then you’re watching the action on the screen, unless you’re messing around with substitutions or tactical formations. Don’t fret,... Read Review