Football Manager 2005 for PCOn: PC
Sports Interactive's first foray into football management games without the classic Championship Manager name.
The development studio behind Football Manager is now owned by SEGA, as is Secret Level, Inc.
Each winner will receive a copy of the game, a t-shirt and a football from Sega.
David Brevik, CEO at Gazillion Entertainment, tells all about this superhero MMO. Why is it free to play, what's changed since it launched, and Marvel's involvement in the game.Promoted post by Gazillion Entertainment.
The Chinese Ministry of Culture has called FM 2005 a threat to China's 'sovereignty and territorial integrity', after gamers protest about Tibet being a separate territory in game. Seriously.