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A Game of Thrones meets Football Manager – Part 3 – Major Improvement

A Game of Thrones meets Football Manager – Part 3 – Major Improvement

This is Chris Evans’ story about trying to make a custom database for Football Manager 2013 with a very strong hint of A Game of Thrones. This is the third part of his blog charting his progress.

Would I have started this project if I knew quite how much effort it would take to get it to the stage it is at right now? I most certainly would, it is going to be so rewarding to play a long-term game in the Game of Thrones-themed world that I have created within Football Manager 2013. It isn’t all the way there, I haven’t played in-game with this version of the custom file enough yet to make sure everything is working as intended, and I haven’t touched any team logos yet which is going to be something which I might struggle to sort out. Anyway, the latest update on where things are is as follows.

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A Game of Thrones Meets Football Manager – Making Progress

A Game of Thrones Meets Football Manager – Making Progress

This is the second part of my journey into making a Game of Thrones based custom database for Football Manager 2013 (part one is here). It might be a bit of a monster job trying to re-create just a small portion of George R. R. Martin’s world within the game, but it is a challenge I am determined to meet, despite being a bit of a novice when it comes to using the Football Manager editor. In this part of my journey, I make some big progress with the league structure in Westeros, the land that used to known as Wales.

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Football Manager 2013 – The Verdict

Football Manager 2013 – The Verdict

Football Manager 2013 is, as the cliché goes, a tale of two halves. The first half is the traditional full-fat version of the game filled with team talks, copious amounts of media interaction and extensive scouting capabilities. The second half is a lightweight ‘Classic’ mode where the teams come out wearing a totally different strip and don’t have to worry about their manager pissing them off with poorly judged team talks and receive support from various challenges. In short, this years edition of Sports Interactive’s long running management sim offers and experience suitable to a much wider audience than ever before.

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New Video Game Releases – November Schedule

New Video Game Releases – November Schedule

Welcome to The Reticule’s definitive roundup of gaming releases throughout November 2012. All release dates stated are for the EU, across all currently available platforms. Keep this page bookmarked for easy access, as we will link all previews and reviews when we post them on the site.

Still catching up with this months games? October’s release schedule can be found here.

2nd
Batman: Arkham City Game Of The Year Edition
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Nike And Kinect Training
Xbox 360

Silent Hill: Book Of Memories
PSV

WWE 13
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Football Manager 2013
PC

This year’s version allows you to take control of any club in more than 50 nations across the world and includes all of Europe’s biggest leagues as well as database of over 500,000 real-world players and staff. You’re in the hot-seat, which means you decide on who plays and who sits on the bench, you’re in total control of tactics, team-talks, substitutions and pitch-side instructions as you follow the match live with the acclaimed 3D match engine allowing YOU to make the difference!

Thundercats
DS

Wreck-It Ralph
DS, Wii, 3DS

6th
Halo 4
Xbox 360

After thirty years of war with the Covenant, humanity finally found victory. The Master Chief, a Spartan super-soldier, and Cortana, an AI construct of unmatched technical sophistication, put an end to the Covenant, the Flood, and the threat of the Halo Array on a remote installation known as the Ark. Now, in the wake of the conflict, the Chief and Cortana drift through space aboard the remains of Forward Unto Dawn, slowly approaching a mysterious artificial world they will soon come to call Requiem.

Rockstar Games Collection: Edition 1
PS3, Xbox 360

7th
LittleBigplanet Karting
PS3

8th
Mass Effect Trilogy
PC, Xbox 360

Angry Birds: Star Wars
iOS, PC

13th
Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Rabbids Rumble
3DS

The Hip Hop Dance Experience
Wii, Xbox 360

16th
Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed
PSV, 3DS

F1 Race Stars (Hands On)
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Virtue’s Last Reward
PSV, 3DS

20th
Darkfall: Unholy Wars
PC

Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale
PSV, PS3

Hitman: Absolution
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Hitman: Absolution is the upcoming fifth title in the Hitman series by producer, IO Interactive, published by Square Enix and co-published by Eidos. The game will be available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows on November 20, 2012. Hitman: Absolution will run on IO Interactive’s proprietary Glacier 2 game engine, combining classic Hitman game mechanics with new mechanics. The game’s story will further delve into the mysterious life of Agent 47, the series’ protagonist.

23rd
Rise Of The Guardians
DS, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360 3DS

Assassin’s Creed 3
PC

30th
Ben 10: Omniverse
DS, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, 3DS

Far Cry 3 (Hands On Part 1, Part 2)
PC, PS3, Xbox 360

Far Cry 3 returns the series to a tropical island setting. Players will assume the role of protagonist Jason Brody, a tourist who has been stranded on an island chain in the grips of violent local conflict for years. Jason has been separated from his girlfriend and, in his search for her, developers have stated he will have to deal with a wide cast of mostly unstable characters who have been trapped on these islands for some time.

Baulder’s Gate: Enhanced Edition
PC

Victorious: Taking The Lead
DS, Wii

Winx Club: Magical Fairy Party
DS

Nintendo Land
Wii U

New Super Mario Bros. U
Wii U

ZombiU
Wii U

Mass Effect 3: Special Edition
Wii U

Darksiders 2
Wii U

Assassin’s Creed III
Wii U

Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition
Wii U

A Whole Heap of Football Manager 2013 Videos

A Whole Heap of Football Manager 2013 Videos

The past two weeks have seen numerous video blogs from Sports Interactive’s Studio Director, Miles Jacobson where he explores some of the new features that will be present in Football Manager 2013. There is a wealth of information contained in these video blogs with changes to almost every aspect of the game detailed. The entire catalogue can be viewed here, they might take some time to go through if you haven’t watched any just yet. I recommend watching the videos about training and the changes to various competitions, though the chance to take part in the media activity surrounding transfer deadline day as detailed in today’s video (below the jump) sounds quite excellent.

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