Sony and Sega have announced Football Manager Classic 2014 which will be released for the PlayStation Vita later this year.
The news is a welcome one from PS Vita fans who have wanted to see a proper Football Manager title make its way onto the PlayStation Vita.
Speaking about the game, Sports Interactive studio director Miles Jacobson stated to the PlayStation Blog:
It has all you’d expect from FM – our huge database of players researched by a team of over 1,500 scouts around the world, a 3D match engine showing the action, a full tactics module, realistic transfers, AI that makes both players and managers act as you’d expect them to in the real world, and dozens of playable leagues, with hundreds of manageable clubs from all over the world, but has been streamlined for a faster playing experience.
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