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Footbal manager 2009

Postaj  blitz999 on sub stu 15, 2008 2:50 pm

Football Manager 2009 features a vast array of all new features including,
for the first time ever, a full 3D view of the world famous Football
Manager match engine.

Football Manager 2009 (abbreviated to Football Manager 09 or FM09) is a
football manager simulation video game. It was released on PC, Mac and
Playstation Portable on 14 November 2008.

Some of the new features and box art for the game were announced via a
series of videos on 3 September 2008, other new features have been released
via a series of podcasts and online blogs.

Sports Interactive studio director Miles Jacobson stated that it was likely
that the game would make its debut on DVD: it's looking likely that the game
will need a DVD drive this year. Nothing confirmed as yet, but we were very
close to using the full CD size last year, multiple CDs is not an option
unfortunately, and I am 95% sure at this stage that we'll be too big for a CD.

The main new feature to the game is the 3D match engine. This can now be
watched fullscreen, with a widescreen option available. Other features
include being able to play as a female or male manager, improvements to
the interaction between the manager and his assistant manager, improved
mid-match team talks and tactics, training players to have preferred moves
and transfer rumours. The player rating will have a decimal point, eg. 6.8
or 8.3 instead of 7 or 8. There will also be press conferences, where you can
build up a rapport with the journalists, and the finance and transfer systems
have been completely reworked. The game is set to feature more players than
ever before, with over 350,000 in the database at the time of the game's
announcement. Many of the new features were tested using a Football Manager
Live beta. The PC version has a skin similar to the one used in Football
Manager 2008.

The handheld version will include a 2D match engine for the first time,
and the game will be shipped with two skins; a light and a dark alternative.

There were errors on the release of the game, Steam causing many people
aggrivation and pain. The effects on the franchise have been numerous, with
Steam at the heart of the problem. Due to high traffic levels, many people
were unable to activate the game, which had to be so via a product code
which was sent via the SI Games website, which was unavailable.

Compounding the problems with activation & installation, all lines of
communication with technical support have been in meltdown on launch day.
The official website of Sports Interactive has been crippled with disgruntled
users desperate to find out how to play the game. The only printed customer
services telephone number has been permanently engaged or ringing out.

An official petition to boycott the Football Manager series has been created
with over 12,000 signatures gathered by 3:30pm (GMT) on launch day. The nature
of the unrest has fell in line with similar issues with recently released
Command & Conquer 3.

* OS: Windows XP or Vista
* Processor: XP: 1.4GHz or Faster / Vista: 2.0GHz or Faster
* Supported Processors: Intel Pentium 4, Intel Core, AMD Athlon
* Memory: XP: 512MB RAM / Vista: 1.0GB RAM
* Hard Drive Space: 2GB
* DVD-Drive: 4x Speed
* Video Card: 128MB *Supported Chipsets (see below)
* Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
* Directx: Version 9.0c (included)
* LAN: TCP/IP compliant
* Input: Keyboard, Mouse

*Supported Chipsets ? Nvidia FX 5900 Ultra or greater; ATI Radeon 9800 or
greater; Intel 82915G/82910GL or greater.
Earlier cards may only display 2D Match Viewer Mode and are not supported.
Laptop versions of these chipsets may work but are not supported.



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