Entries in 'football manager' (28)
Last night's London Games Conference was another jam-packed event filled with incredible insight on how to discover, sell and even make games.
Yes, it’s actually happened.
FM 2013 is Sports Interactive’s most ambitious game yet. And if it can stay piracy-free for a few weeks, next year’s title will be even greater.
Sega knows a thing or two about succeeding with the biggest digital distributor in the world. And it shared some of that insight last night.
Sports Interactive boss Miles Jacobson has finally revealed the reasons behind the developer's split from its publisher Eidos.
Closing a number of Sega’s territorial offices has been a ‘painful’ but ‘logical’ process, Sega Europe’s COO Jurgen Post has told MCV.
Sega has confirmed it will shut down a number of its European offices as its business switches to new digital content and just select IP for retail.
Sports Interactive has said that the piracy levels it has experienced with the Android version of Football Manager Handheld “are the worst” it’s ever seen.
Developer Sports Interactive and publisher Sega have announced a new version of Football Manager Handheld for Android.
Forget FIFA – Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson directs one of the most consistently excellent football video game franchises: Football Manager. He tells MCV how his team keeps the series fresh every ...
First Activision, now Sega. Not happy with just challenging Call of Duty in the shooter space, EA?says it has big ambitions for the footie sim category.
Developer Sports Interactive has donated over £600,000 to the international War Child charity.
The success of iPhone gaming will not necessarily come at the expense of dedicated gaming handheld rivals such as the DS, PSP, 3DS and NGP.
Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson wants to see a console version of Football Manager.
The Premier League big guns may have had a torrid time at the weekend with both Arsenal and Chelsea dropping vital points, but Sega’s own Premier League title has hit ...
In the most competitive release week of the year so far, Nintendo’s Wii Fit Plus has seized the number one position, according to this morning’s weekly games charts.
Publisher Sega has predicted that the upcoming Football Manager 2010 will be the biggest PC release of Q4.
Sports Interactive’s Football Manager 2010 will hit PC and Mac on October 30th, alongside Football Manager Handheld 2010 on PSP.