FIFA Manager 06 released in few parts of Asia

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  1. proxnet

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    FIFA Manager has been released in hong-kong,singapore, china and malayasia and the size of the game is 2gb.

    It's due for release in Europe next week.
    People have been saying that the game is much more faster than the demo and there are many more features added in the full version.

    Also the assistant manager now plays an important role in the team.

    Source:Totalclubmanager official Forums
     
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    Can't wait for it to be released here in Europe (you said 10 october, right?), the asians always get the hottest games earlier. The game is faster meaning loading times or 3D engine are faster? I really want to see the new features, and I'm always relying on my staff, so giving the assistant manager a more important role is a good thing.
     
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    i just got the game in singapore. the wordings are getting smaller - too small for comfort in fact, but the 3D gameplay has becomed more intelligent indeed.
    solari still hasnt got his special face, but simeone kept his.

    i read somewhere they're gonna ship the data editor with the game this time but i cant seem to find it...
    is it really shipped with the game or can we only get it later on in a patch?

    cheers!
     
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    Hey Stefano would you mind telling us more about the new functions they were talking about in the full version?
     
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    i cant really comment on that my friend, i havent spent much time on it and still exploring.

    right now i'm most impressed with the commentary during the 3D game, the commentor is actually calling out the name of the player with the ball...
     
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    And in the demo the famous players had their own celebrations, just like in FIFA. In the last years, TCM just left the default ones, so yes, the commentary should include players' names.
     
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    i havent noticed the famous players having their own celebrations thing in this game yet, but i can see other team players are hugging the scorer after every goal.

    the transfer fees are much much more realistic now.

    by the way... is there a way to watch the 3D game in full screen? right now i got the game functions on the left side during the game, can it be hidden?
     
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    no it can't be hidden, EA wanted to make the 3-d match engine more interactive hence they made it like that.

    great sig se7en (Y)
     
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    All the thanks should go to SlowSilver, he made it ;). And the guys on the shop said they didn't even made an order for FIFAM2006, so I guess I'll have to get it the other way :brow:
     
      

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