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Football Manager 2012- PC and Mac, Amazon only £17.00
Football Manager 2012- PC and Mac, Amazon only £17.00

Football Manager 2012- PC and Mac, Amazon only £17.00

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Football Manager 2012 will once again allow you to take charge of your favourite football team and put your managerial skills to the test.

Counting over 800 new features, not including changes to the rules of the games 50+ leagues, Football Manager 2012 promises to be the most realistic, immersive and playable football management simulation ever for any fan who has ever dreamed of making the big decisions, both on and off the field.

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Price now dropped to £14.99
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17 Comments

You have to have a internet connection and use STEAM to play the game.

Disgusting IMO

tfish

You have to have a internet connection and use STEAM to play the … You have to have a internet connection and use STEAM to play the game.Disgusting IMO



Any PC gamer who is remotely interested in gaming will have steam and an internet connection anyway. And AFAIK you can set to play offline so what's the difference?

People who hate steam really don't have much of a clue about gaming IMO.

tfish

You have to have a internet connection and use STEAM to play the … You have to have a internet connection and use STEAM to play the game.Disgusting IMO



err.. since to read this and also to buy it from Amazon you need an internet connection how exactly is this an issue?? You could argue that the vast majority of deals on here require an internet connection since they're in general web based deals!!!

hero2zer0

Any PC gamer who is remotely interested in gaming will have steam and an … Any PC gamer who is remotely interested in gaming will have steam and an internet connection anyway. And AFAIK you can set to play offline so what's the difference?People who hate steam really don't have much of a clue about gaming IMO.



Have to agree with this. To call it 'disgusting' is ridiculous. You have to use a windows or mac distribution as well. Oh the horror!

play.com/Gam…rch

wouldnt you rather have the additional USB stick for 99p more + Quidco cashback

Cold from me sorry.. I know its store specific but my local club (Cambridge United) have a stock of these for £15 a pop so maybe worth a call to your local team too..
see: cambridge-united.co.uk/pag…l/0,,10423~2509132,00.html

Just say no or book into rehab now.

Love the game but they really should retitle it to The End Of Life As You Know It.

Just bought for £13.99 free delivery on the HUKD list @Gameplay

Bargain!

tina-colada

Just bought for £13.99 free delivery on the HUKD list @Gameplay



what?

rhinos104

what?


Referring to an expired deal: hotukdeals.com/dea…958?

They just decided to state it in the most confusing way possible
Edited by: "MBeeching" 15th Dec 2011

its been this price for some time and been posted before. it was £13.99 at gameplay. Do you work for Amazon?

same price on tesco entertainment but you get 8% quidco... hotukdeals.com/dea…229

If only HMV.com would price match so we can use the £20 for £10 voucher, le sigh

Tempted to buy it but I know I won't play it often enough.

Went for the Tesco + 8% Quido, cheers for the heads up
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