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Football Manager Handheld 2015 review

“Arsenal’s issue is that they try and walk it in...”

Another year and another Football Manager game is set to grace millions of smartphones up and down the country. This time around there’s not a whole lot of changes between this, the 2015 version, and the 2014 version, but the new additions certainly just add to the game’s charm. There’s a new scouting mode, making it easier to identify prime targets based on their potential, as well a ranking system where you can see how your club stacks up against the rest of the world.

There are noticeable cosmetic changes to, with the 2D match engine looking better than ever before and menus being less complex. This year Sports Interactive has also included a range of in-app purchases to extend your FM experience, with challenges being the highlight here. It still lacks the finesse of the desktop version of the game, but this is the best mobile port yet.

For more in-depth reviews on the latest Android games, make sure to check out the new issue of Android Magazine.