It's got a Silva lining.

Well, it’s that time of year again. Quite literally, in fact, as it was on this very date last year that we published our Football Manager 2020 Touch review. Here we now have the 2021 edition, and to Sports Interactive’s credit there have at least been some attempts made to mix things up a bit.

Whereas EA’s FIFA series has essentially flatlined on the Switch as fans continue to be let down with frankly insulting ‘Legacy Edition’ releases, the Football Manager games continue to add new features every year: while these are occasionally arbitrary and don’t necessarily mean the game is growing from strength to strength, it’s a welcome move nonetheless.

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December 23, 2020 at 06:00AM
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