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Football Manager - The Top 3 Best Games
by: Desiree Waters

If you're a football fan, you really should get a feel of the excitement of football manager games. If you're a gaming enthusiast - well, you can't really call yourself a gamer unless you've tried one of the many soccer titles available in the market- and if you're both a gamer and soccer-nut, this is your kind of reading. For newbie's and pros alike, this article reviews the best of the latest football manager games.

First, here's a little background for the clueless. In a football manager game you play the role of a manager of a professional soccer club. Your objective is to manage your team in the most effective way, to win the most number of games and championships. Your tasks include buying players for your team, managing training, developing strategies, and controlling tactics.

Some football games combine the manager mode with the ability to actually control movements during a match, requiring you to make players run, and tackle, defend and score goals. Other titles are exclusively dedicated to managing, where you just watch the results of your tactics and strategies as the team plays. But this can be a handful and make for engrossing entertainment too.

So Here Are The Top 3 Games, Starting From The Bottom.

#3 - Pro Evolution Soccer 2010:

Konami has pleased fans with significant improvements in the latest game in the Pro EVO series. The standard format of selecting a team from one of the leagues is preserved. The addition of Champions League adds authenticity to the game, but it's disappointing that there are still missing many clubs.

The manager mode is rather lackluster with tweaks to the team and player style showing no significant changes during game play. PES is more of an online football game with a great community mode for fun LAN parties and internet multiplayer matches. The commentary is a miserable failure, and animation is mediocre.

#2 - Football Manager 2010:

Undoubtedly, it's the most popular title with players who are hardcore managing enthusiasts. Sega has perfected the formula to make managing soccer teams compelling and extremely addictive. Game play is solely about team management. At the same time, it also allows great control over the team and individual players throughout the match.

As usual, there's a massive database of real-world footballers to choose from. Nothing in the actual game play can be faulted, the only problems being poor graphics and animation, and unimpressive audio.

#1 - Football Superstars:

Football Superstars is such a great concept, it's incredible nobody thought of it earlier. Fortunately, the folks over at CyberSports did, thereby creating the world's first football MMO game. First off, this game is completely free, right away points over the commercial titles.

As a football RPG, this game is unparalleled. In addition to creating and managing your player, you also get to explore a huge virtual world. The objective is to earn fame and success, and one way of doing so is to play and practice on the field. Another interesting method, comprises what you do off the field: buy equipment, work out, and increase your popularity by socializing at parties or flirting with the media.

The sandbox type environment makes for hours of endless entertainment. The game uses very little system resources, considering which, the physics and graphics are good. Best of all, being an online game, developers will constantly improve Football Superstars, so the only way for this game to go is up!

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