Championship Manager 2007 PSP

Updated Data - Player and Club data accurate to August Transfer Window
2 New leagues Conference North and South, and a comprehensive update to player, staff, club, league and confederation data.
Updates to code and data side of competitions and countries that have changed since the January 2006 transfer window.
Technical Match Analysis Tool Prozone: An under the bonnet reveal of all that the players are doing in the match. Tackles, passes, shots, runs all are viewable with statistical information.
Overhauled Front End Interface: All new skins, with Dynamic Side Bar and Menu Shortcut system ensuring the old and new school fans are catered for.
Staff Feedback with Improved AI: including recommendations for players to transfer list and identification of weaknesses in your squad. Listen to recommendations based on team selection and formation, and your opponents.
Multi Threaded Match Resolver: significant speedups to our already leading technology advantage.
New Game Modes: 8/9 exciting Challenge Modes at club and international level as well as the traditional Champ Man over 15-20 seasons with the option to stop playing after 3 seasons.
Enhanced Transfer System: The transfer system will be updated for Season 06/07 and will feature greater support for the rules of specific countries and their divisions/leagues and improved transfer negotiations.
News and Media: An enhanced news and media system will allow the manager to make press releases and be the focus of media hate campaigns. Greater use of fan, player, manager and pre-match build up categories will further enhance the variety of the news and media.
Expanded Job Information: Now includes a Job Centre where the manager can advertise for a new assistant. Define the job role and contract details and see who applies
In a nutshell:
The biggest name in football management returns for a new season in which its suddenly the underdog. Despite giving 110% though it doesnt quite walk away with the silverware this time. The lowdown:
Since 1993, the Championship Manager series has been the most popular football management game in the world - for a while it was the best selling PC game of all time in the UK! Ever since original developer Sports Interactive left to work on Football Manager for Sega though its never quite been the same. This new version is a definite improvement on last years game though, with a brand new interface thats arguably better than any of its rivals. As well as the new Match Analysis Tool theres also a new team talk feature and the chance to give individual instructions to specific players. The accuracy of the database of players still doesnt come close to that of Sports Interactive, but its still far from second division. Most exciting moment:
The new Match Analysis Tool is probably the games biggest new feature, with a truck load of statistics to examine at the end of every match, for not just the game itself but every individual player involved. Not all of it is always useful but it certainly does help when deciding what changes to make to your side. Since you ask:
After Sports Interactive left the series, publisher Eidos set-up their own brand new development studio just to work on the Championship Manager series. Named Beautiful Game Studios, the team is based in Wimbledon with their own in-house research team for player statistics. The bottom line:
Second best is still good enough.-HARRISON DENT

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eidos-Championship-Manager-2007-PSP/dp/B000IITY92?SubscriptionId=AKIAIS3I5A33GTV7S27Q&tag=wwwcamratecom-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B000IITY92 Updated Data - Player and Club data accurate to August Transfer Window
2 New leagues Conference North and South, and a comprehensive update to player, staff, club, league and confederation data.
Updates to code and data side of competitions and countries that have changed since the January 2006 transfer window.
Technical Match Analysis Tool Prozone: An under the bonnet reveal of all that the players are doing in the match. Tackles, passes, shots, runs all are viewable with statistical information.
Overhauled Front End Interface: All new skins, with Dynamic Side Bar and Menu Shortcut system ensuring the old and new school fans are catered for.
Staff Feedback with Improved AI: including recommendations for players to transfer list and identification of weaknesses in your squad. Listen to recommendations based on team selection and formation, and your opponents.
Multi Threaded Match Resolver: significant speedups to our already leading technology advantage.
New Game Modes: 8/9 exciting Challenge Modes at club and international level as well as the traditional Champ Man over 15-20 seasons with the option to stop playing after 3 seasons.
Enhanced Transfer System: The transfer system will be updated for Season 06/07 and will feature greater support for the rules of specific countries and their divisions/leagues and improved transfer negotiations.
News and Media: An enhanced news and media system will allow the manager to make press releases and be the focus of media hate campaigns. Greater use of fan, player, manager and pre-match build up categories will further enhance the variety of the news and media.
Expanded Job Information: Now includes a Job Centre where the manager can advertise for a new assistant. Define the job role and contract details and see who applies
In a nutshell:
The biggest name in football management returns for a new season in which its suddenly the underdog. Despite giving 110% though it doesnt quite walk away with the silverware this time. The lowdown:
Since 1993, the Championship Manager series has been the most popular football management game in the world - for a while it was the best selling PC game of all time in the UK! Ever since original developer Sports Interactive left to work on Football Manager for Sega though its never quite been the same. This new version is a definite improvement on last years game though, with a brand new interface thats arguably better than any of its rivals. As well as the new Match Analysis Tool theres also a new team talk feature and the chance to give individual instructions to specific players. The accuracy of the database of players still doesnt come close to that of Sports Interactive, but its still far from second division. Most exciting moment:
The new Match Analysis Tool is probably the games biggest new feature, with a truck load of statistics to examine at the end of every match, for not just the game itself but every individual player involved. Not all of it is always useful but it certainly does help when deciding what changes to make to your side. Since you ask:
After Sports Interactive left the series, publisher Eidos set-up their own brand new development studio just to work on the Championship Manager series. Named Beautiful Game Studios, the team is based in Wimbledon with their own in-house research team for player statistics. The bottom line:
Second best is still good enough.-HARRISON DENT

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