Black_River Posted September 5, 2004 Share Posted September 5, 2004 AquÃ os dejo el texto sacado de www.footballmanager.net Sports Interactive have crafted a superbly detailed masterpiece in Football Manager 2005. With over 10 years of football management gaming experience behind them and over 2500 researchers in the field, no-one offers a greater insight into the real world of football. With the tools at your fingertips you will be able to control more that you thought possible, listed below are just some of the features Manager Mind games: With Football Manager, mind games can play a key part in every game. Put your fellow managers under the strain with a few white lies and then turn the screw with a damning criticism of your rivalsâ€™ title chances. Just be wary of reaction and retaliation! Agents: Slicked back hair, mobile phones and a bad cockney accent! Bring on the agents - attempting to whittle you out of a few more million on a possible signing. You just have to decide whether theyâ€™re trying to flog you the next big thing or a complete donkey. The Back Room Boys: If you donâ€™t want to don the tracksuit and sweat it out on the training field, then why not hire some help? From assistant managers to the best physios, theyâ€™ll do the legwork and keep you informed on your players, helping you sort the men from the boys. The Big Match: Tired of watching playerâ€™s use the same old moves that couldnâ€™t take the ball round a lamppost? Football Manager 2005 has 30 extra fields for player data including â€˜preferred movesâ€™, allowing you to witness your stars perform their signature tricks. With feedback from the fans, Sports Interactive have further refined their award winning games engine to give you what you want from a management game. Football Today: Still have Smith playing for Leeds? Thatâ€™s SO last season! With more leagues, players and championships than any other football management sim, Football Manager 2005 will also have the latest squads and transfers right up to the end of the summer transfer window, guaranteeing youâ€™ll be on the ball. WHAT ELSE IS IN THE KIT BAG? Loans: Worried about your younger players not receiving the match experience they require? Why not put them out on loan? You can now contact other clubs to set up that deal to give you a star of the future. Playing the Game: Getting lost in hundreds of screens when youâ€™re just trying to transfer a player? For 2005, the user interface has been modernised; not just with the look and feel but with the navigation system as well. Youâ€™ll now be able to easily identify which screen youâ€™re on, how you got there and be able to get to related information with a simple click of a button. Internationals: However you pronounce their names, with Football Manager 2005 youâ€™ll be able to follow your foreign legion whilst they play for their country. Watch and see if they can cut it at the highest level. Tournament Updates: BlasÃ© about facing non-league minnows in the cup? Thanks to news summaries covering all cup competitions, youâ€™ll know exactly who the giant killers are and if thereâ€™ve been any other upsets. Job Centre: Third team coach letting you down? Give him the sack! Afterwards, just pop down to the virtual job centre and view applicants for any vacant non-playing positions. Thanks to a more realistic model than previous management games, you can be sure the applicants will be right for the job. You can also advertise for any vacant positions you have at your club. Contract Termination: Wage bill gone through the roof? Take control of your budget by terminating the contracts and negotiating settlements for the dead wood of the squad. Match Commentary: Move over Motty! Not only can you watch the match with all the new features of the improved 2D engine, but youâ€™ll also be able to follow the action with a realistic radio commentary. Injuries: Fractured metatarsal and out for 6 weeks or a slight graze and acting like a baby? In conjunction with PhysioRoom.com, Football Manager 2005 provides you with more accurate injuries than ever before. The arrival of the PhysioRoom.com Injury League Table also means you can keep immediate tabs on all the injuries in every competition. Scouts: Has your scout discovered the next Rooney? You can now manage your prospective signings with more realism thanks to an improved scouting system. Finance: Going into administration and hoping an oil tycoon will buy you out? The game has been designed to follow in the footsteps of the ever-changing world of football finance. Youâ€™ll even get the odd Sugar Daddy coming in and giving you more money than youâ€™ve ever dreamed of. He might not hang around howeverâ€¦ Bueno, mi inglÃ©s no es magnifico, espero que algÃºn buen lector , nos haga un pequeÃ±o resumen Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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