Owning a PSP
or a DS
(or both) makes you a very lucky person. The two handhelds support all kinds of titles that look better and better with each new addition, and it especially goes for Sony's PSP. That's why SEGA
Europe and Sports Interactive have decided to launch Football Manager Handheld 2008 for the
PSP... by Christmas, this year. I had you there for a second!
The official announcement reveals that Football Manager Handheld 2008 (nice name, don't you think?) will include a host of new features, which will enrich the portable management experience. For example, while a new skin and layout makes it easier to navigate for players, the addition of a reserve squad doubles the amount of squad members players can use.
More than that, players can now customize their tactics and share them with friends, while the match engine has been tweaked up a bit as well, allowing gamers to spend more time playing and less time waiting.
"Once again, Football Manager Handheld 2008 raises the bar for handheld management games, with the team squeezing in as many feature requests from the community as were possible." commented Miles Jacobson, Studio Director of Sports Interactive. "When we first started on the quest for a real pick up and play football management game, we didn't even believe ourselves that the game would be able to have the depth that is does, whilst still being so much fun to play in bite size chunks, or on long journeys and holidays."
So, for how long have you been waiting to get your own football manager for the PSP? For a very long time, I know. Well, it seems you're going to have to do some more waiting, but at least you know that the game is coming for sure.
So remember, Football Manager Handheld 2008 for PSP is said to launch before Christmas, this year, but if you need more information on this much awaited handheld title, visit the official website right here