football manager 2011

  • Football Manager 2011 available now for iPad

    iPad gamers rejoice as Sega just announced that Football Manager 2011 is now available. The iPad version of the game feature 11 leagues with 34 playable diision, an easy to use tactic system, player training, social integration through Twitter, in-game tutorial and many more things.

    Football Manager 2011

    The game also features “car/stadium finder,” that allow gamers to find where they parked their car, or got off the train or bus, to football grounds in England, Scotland, France, Italy, Germany & Spain and back again.

    The cost is £6.99 or €9.99

  • Football Manager 2011 Patch 11.3 available for download

    Sports Interactive just released a new patch 11.3 for Football Manager 2011. The complete patch note for the update is also out, however its too lengthy that you'll get bored reading here, so to easy your task we have listed below some important changes that this new update make to the game.

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    Check them out below:

    • Update Player database in order to include all the hiring of January transfer windows
    • Interface tweaks
    • Balance adjustment
    • Proper Scheduling for TV matches in Serbian Super League

    Check out the complete patch note here.

    The patch is currently available for download, if you possess Steam version of the game it will auto-update the game.

  • UK charts: Football Manager 2011 takes top spot

    Sega's latest release Football Manager 2011 has topped this week UK Chart dethroning last week topper Fable III which slips two places to No. 3.

    Football Manager 2011

    FIFA 11 holds on to its second spot firmly, Just Dance 2 also retain its fourth spot whereas Professor Layton and the Lost Future makes a great comeback by moving three position to No. 5.

    Here is this week top 10:

    1. Football Manager 2011 (Sega)
    2. FIFA 11 (EA)
    3. Fable III (Microsoft)
    4. Just Dance 2 (Ubisoft)
    5. Professor Layton and the Lost Future (Nintendo)
    6. New Super Mario Bros. Wii (Nintendo)
    7. Fallout: New Vegas (Bethesda)
    8. Medal of Honor (EA)
    9. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II (LucasArts)
    10. The Sims 3 (Konami)
  • Football Manager 2011 demo to release this week

    SEGA and Sports Interactive have announced that this week, Football Manager 2011 playable demo will be available. More specifically, This Thursday, for Steam on Friday and at other download services.

    Football Manager 2011

    According to initial details provided, the demo will come in two flavors, one called strawberry that will include 12 different leagues (England, Scotland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Brazil, Argentina and Chile), and another known as vanilla, which will have a smaller size and to only include the English and Scottish leagues.

    Remember that the final version of Football Manager 2011 will be available on PC, Mac and PSP on November 5.

  • Football Manager 2011 Reveals Social Media Features

    SEGA Europe has reveal that their upcoming game title Football Manager 2011 (PC version) will include the features which allow gamers to publish their achievements and goals to various social networking site and it will also have a new camera angle for 3D match view.

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    Here is the details of what all things you can do:

    Gamers will be able to upload their videos directly to their You Tube account from the improved match engine (including videos from match engine camera angle) that too from within the game. Uploaded videos can be viewed on the official Sports Interactive YouTube Channel.

    On their twitter account players will be able to set manual or automatic updates of their achievements. Steam users can put upto 80 achievements on their profile.

  • Get 20 free games with pre-order of Football Manager 2011

    A pre-order bonus offer is going for Football Manager 2011, all those gamers who will pre-order the game will be getting a 20 free SEGA games free of cost via Steam.

    This offer from SEGA is awesome as a pre-order of Football Manager for $39.99 will give you back $60 games, as each game on offer cost approximately $2.99 and they are from SEGA Genesis Classic Collection.

    Here is the list of game on offer:

    • Eternal Champions
    • Fatal Labyrinth
    • Gain Ground
    • Galaxy Force II
    • Golden Axe
    • Kid Chameleon
    • Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
    • Altered Beast
    • Bonanza Bros.
    • Columns
    • Comix Zone
    • Crack Down
    • Ecco Jr.
    • Ecco the Dolphin
    • Ristar
    • Shadow Dancer
    • Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
    • Space Harrier II
    • Super Thunder Blade
    • Vectorman