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Average Player Score Based on 222 ratings
8.1
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Score Breakdown Based on 222 ratings
  1. 10 (49)
  2. 9 (90)
  3. 8 (46)
  4. 7 (13)
  5. 6 (7)
  6. 5 (2)
  7. 4 (6)
  8. 3 (0)
  9. 2 (2)
  10. 1 (7)

Most Helpful Positive Player Reviews

  • Still the same old brand new FM. Addictive as ever.

    Hmm... Where to start? With SI claiming to have made more than 800 improvements in this game, the latest entry in the long running franchise - FM 2012 - is once again hyped up as the most complete and realistic fm eve... Read Full Review

    5 of 6 users found the following review helpful

What Gamespot Users have to say about Football Manager 2012

  • As we know all , the best football manager game on the market!...

    Not much to say about Football Manager 2012, which have not already been said!...great management in all areas (coaching , training , transfer market all have small improvements which give complete overview of the role o... Read Full Review

    0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Good game.

    This game is really good filled with little features and everything you need to become the greatest manager of all time. Some things should be put right like a proper online mode without having to use 3rd party softwa... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Frustration Manager 2012

    Same old crap just a new year. Too many injuries, a poor interface, lame match engine, repetitive press conferences, crappy transfer market and economy, too much emphasis on morale and team talks, etc... I could go on fo... Read Full Review

    0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • One of the better in the series!

    The best football manager game is back, boasting many new features and designs. Scouting is a feature a lot of people, me included, have wanted to see improved in recent years, and I'm sure a lot of people will be ver... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • FM 12 improves over FM 11 in many ways, most of which are good and add to the overall experience.

    Basically, FM-12 is the same old immersive, addictive simulation game that you've been playing for years. Only, it's got a few new tweaks and the match engine has been refined a bit. The new contracts system lets you ... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Still the same old brand new FM. Addictive as ever.

    Hmm... Where to start? With SI claiming to have made more than 800 improvements in this game, the latest entry in the long running franchise - FM 2012 - is once again hyped up as the most complete and realistic fm eve... Read Full Review

    5 of 6 users found the following review helpful
  • Time once again for the annual cash cow to roll into town

    So the time is once again upon us when SI's annual cash cow rolls into town with the might of Sega's marketing machine ready to ram it down our collective throats. But what will we be swallowing this time? Well, as a... Read Full Review

    12 of 18 users found the following review helpful
  • The Addiction Begins...Again...

    Where to start? Well, perhaps Football Manager 2012 is your first endeavor into the FM franchise; if that's the case, you're in for a bit of a treat, as well as many nights of sleepless tossing and turning. Why will you ... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Same thing of the previous versions.

    Same thing of the previous versions. Same face, same bugs, same issues, just changed the name to 2012. The economy does not exists so as the AI, normal players within good clubs worthing what a good player worthy in the ... Read Full Review

    1 of 6 users found the following review helpful
  • Highly addictive, but also high on downpoints

    I remember playing a lot of Championship Manager in the late 90's. These games was highly addictive and at times it was almost impossible to quit. Take on a team as a manager and lead them to success - or fail miserably ... Read Full Review

    0 of 1 users found the following review helpful