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Championship Manager 2010 (PC)

Championship Manager 2010 (PC)
alaScore 84

91 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 91 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the AI and graphics. The gameplay and reliability are also mentioned favorably, but many are critical about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Championship Manager 2010 (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 91 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Championship Manager 2010 (PC)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 37 user reviews of Championship Manager 2010 (PC) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games on Amazon.co.uk.

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59% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Championship Manager 2010 (PC)

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Championship Manager 2010

 

Is it The Championship or Premier League for Champ Man?

Improved, realistic database ; Animation looks fantastic ; More accessible than Football Manager

Lacks Football Manager's depth ; Missing a bit of polish ; Can't control little details

However, despite all these positives, Champ Man just falls short of a trophy-winning run, as it doesn’t yet match the finer details of its rival. Unrealistic transfers, player prices, board criticisms and transfer-listed players are a gripe, while...

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Championship Manager 2010

 

Tools of the trade

Great graphical presentation of matches

The navigation needs work

Here, Championship Manager proofed to possess excellent tools that allow you to filter the available data in great detail. The results are presented in such a way that you can quickly determine if it is worth opening the more detailed player profile....

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Championship Manager 2010

 

This year, Championship Manager is trying harder than ever, but it still isn't championship material.

Scouting system works well ; Seeing training ground routines play out is satisfying ; Media aggregation gives good overall flavor to the league world

Engine flaws let down match day presentation ; Small errors undermine the experience ; Lack of managerial feedback options after matches

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Championship Manager 2010 Review

 

Virtual football management takes to the pitch early this year, much to the delight of cold turkey suffering TVG writers...

It's taken Eidos and Beautiful Game Studios five games to do it, but they've finally produced a well rounded football management game that gives as good as it gets against its high profile rival. Not only are there a wide range of original ideas in...

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Championship Manager 2010

 

Pay what you want for The Champ Man returns to form.

If Championship Manager 2010 will be remembered for anything, it’ll most likely be publisher Eidos' decision to release a big-budget title on a pay-what-you-like scheme.

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Championship Manager 2010

 

Booked for simulation

While still weak in some key areas, Championship Manager 2010 is the first of the series that deserves the name.

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Championship Manager 2010

 

Championship Manager 2010 for PC Review - Championship Manager 2010 is the most disappointing entry in the series we've ever played, but it's also the best in years.

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Championship Manager 2010 Review [PC]

 

Our view from the dugout

The sleeping giant is beginning to stir.

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Championship Manager 2010

 

This year, Championship Manager is trying harder than ever, but it still isn't championship material.

Scouting system works well ; Seeing training ground routines play out is satisfying ; Media aggregation gives good overall flavor to the league world

Engine flaws let down match day presentation ; Small errors undermine the experience ; Lack of managerial feedback options after matches

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Championship Manager 2010 (PC) review

 

The once-dominant name of the football management genre takes some astute steps forward...

The harsh truth remains that it still lives in the shadow of its rival, even if Championship Manager 2010 - particularly with its impressive highlights engine - manages to land a good few solid punches, and gives the Sports Interactive team something...

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