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Leesthedaddy Offline
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Post: #16
RE: Football Manager 2018
Thanks for the share Munk, but, am I reading correct that it’s £19.99?
26-11-2017 19:17
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Post: #17
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Yes, not played if for years but thought I would treat myself. Not sure if it will be worth 20 quid or not in the long run but enjoying it. Bit of a novelty playing it on a tablet rather than PC.
26-11-2017 22:05
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I remember when people used to “jail break” their iPhones, is this still a trend?
I’ve not heard the phrase mentioned for years.
27-11-2017 05:52
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seasider Offline
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God knows. I think it is.

Anyway, 5th from the top after 16 games. I am going to get a stand named after me at this rate.
(This post was last modified: 28-11-2017 08:39 by seasider.)
28-11-2017 08:39
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foggy Offline
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Post: #20
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I don't know how good the mobile versions are but the value for money for PC is just insane. I just checked and some quick stats from the 2014 version, the average player clocks 150 hours. That is just ridiculous, the average player. That's more than double the next game which has most hours played (talking Steam games, so pretty much all PC games).

You can usually pick one up for 25, 30 quid. To put it in to context, if they charged the 'going rate' for £ per hour of game play, FM games should cost, what...£150? £250?

(No, I haven't bought the new one yet...but I have a week off work next week).
(This post was last modified: 28-11-2017 15:09 by foggy.)
28-11-2017 15:03
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Magic147 Offline
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Post: #21
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I may get the new one for the Xmas period and then never play it again after January.

Sounds like a plan.
28-11-2017 15:21
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foggy Offline
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Post: #22
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(28-11-2017 15:21)Magic147 Wrote:  I may get the new one for the Xmas period and then never play it again after January.

Sounds like a plan.

You might be able to get stuck into Football Manager 2037 once the kids are all grown up and at university.
28-11-2017 15:30
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seasider Offline
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Post: #23
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I have it on my tablet whilst I am working - need to stop that!

I've hit poor form now and down to mid table. Very inconsistent!

I fear for next season with all the contracts up and my poor wage budget.
28-11-2017 15:42
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(28-11-2017 15:30)foggy Wrote:  You might be able to get stuck into Football Manager 2037 once the kids are all grown up and at university.

Looking forward to it.
28-11-2017 17:40
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TheSuffolkSeasider Offline
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Just had Jay Spearing pick up a goal of the month award Laugh
02-12-2017 14:50
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seasider Offline
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9 games to and 10th. 4 points off play offs so long shot.

About 4.5 million in debt.
02-12-2017 16:33
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seasider Offline
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Finished 10th.
03-12-2017 09:56
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thetruth1953 Offline
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(03-12-2017 09:56)seasider Wrote:  Finished 10th.

So you finished 4points off the playoffs and about 4.5 million in debt.Where do you sign up for such thrills?
04-12-2017 00:03
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(04-12-2017 00:03)thetruth1953 Wrote:  So you finished 4points off the playoffs and about 4.5 million in debt.Where do you sign up for such thrills?

ha. I am having a break as I am not sure where I can go with this Blackpool team as I won't have a budget for next year due to the debt. At least I know how Bowyer feels now.
04-12-2017 16:14
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Leesthedaddy Offline
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(04-12-2017 16:14)seasider Wrote:  ha. I am having a break as I am not sure where I can go with this Blackpool team as I won't have a budget for next year due to the debt. At least I know how Bowyer feels now.

Did you pay agent fees?
How about player bonuses?
Charlee Adam won, Tom Ince lost, I bet the game makers never expected that scenario when making the game?
05-12-2017 19:43
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