Black_River Posted May 10, 2004 Share Posted May 10, 2004 Pues que ya saliÃ³ una pequeÃ±a lista con varias mejoras que se tienen como objetivo la gente de SIGames. Por favor, si alguien estÃ¡ animado para traducir la lista, que lo haga enga aquÃ lo teneis: Updated user interface Football Managerâ€™s user interface will look markedly different to anything that has come before. Navigation between screens will be easier, with each screen explaining what information is on offer and how to get to other, related information. Consistency between separate game elements will also be more noticeable than in previous football management games: operations such as player filtering and sorting will now work consistently throughout the game. The gameâ€™s look â€“ which now includes a two-panel option â€“ will also be easily customised, allowing managers to store their preferred views and to return quickly to them. Refined game engine Sports Interactiveâ€™s long-standing and award-winning game engine has been refined and tuned in accordance with the feedback received from fans of its previous games. For example, the new game incorporate more than 30 extra fields for player data, including the all-new new â€˜preferred movesâ€™. Updated database and competition rules As has always been the case with Sports Interactiveâ€™s management simulations, Football Manager 2005â€™s database and competition simulation will be as up-to-date and accurate as is humanly possible. Pre- and post-match information Managers will be presented with enhanced information before and after each match, to show team line-ups, injuries and tactics before the match, and lots of stats about the match afterwards. International player news For the first time, managers will receive information on international performances, allowing them follow their playersâ€™ careers and ascertain how they are performing at the highest level. Cup summary news Events which unfold in each round of all of the major cup competitions will be delivered to the manager in a news summary. 2D clips from agents Managers are likely to receive â€˜video clipsâ€™ (executed using the gameâ€™s acclaimed 2D match engine) of a playerâ€™s performances, sent to them by that playerâ€™s agent with view to a possible transfer. Coach reports on squads In addition to commenting on individual players, coaches will now offer their opinions on the squad as a whole, thus helping managers to decide which areas of their team need improvement. Job centre for non-playing positions Non-playing jobs will be advertised through an in-game â€˜Job Centreâ€™, improving the managerâ€™s ability to hire coaches and other staff. Mutual Contract termination Managers will be able to offer surplus players an opportunity to agree mutual contract termination, which will reduce the cost of releasing players and trimming squads. Enhanced player loan options Managers can now approach other clubs to offer young players on loan, a process which will make it easier to give younger players competitive experience. Also, when playersâ€™ loan periods expire, the manager will have an opportunity to extend the loan (where appropriate). Manager â€˜mind gamesâ€™ Managers can click on any other managerâ€™s name and issue a comment to the media relating to that person. The effects of these comments will see an increase in the amount of pressure surrounding title races, relegation battles, Cup ties and so on. It will also be possible to use this feature in relation to your own players, other clubs, media pundits etc. Football Manager 2005 â€“ Further Features Playable leagues in 43 countries. More than 140 playable senior divisions and in excess of 100 playable cup competitions. Reserve and junior league competitions. More than 235,000 players and staff (from 145 different countries) with players boasting more than 120 separate attributes and non-playing staff boasting 40. A database of more than 14,000 clubs, 3,000 of which can be managed. Data supplied by a network of more than 2,500 researchers from around the world. Updated 2D â€˜top-downâ€™ match engine. Improved â€˜radio commentaryâ€™. Increased interaction with the media. Reworked injury system. Improved scouting system. Improved finance module to reflect the changing face of football. Comments when negotiating with human managers (network multi-player game only). Inclusion of U18 Caps. More realistic awards system. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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