Today sees the launch of Football Manager 2012 for PC and Mac. You can pick it up in-store or via Steam if you like to get your gaming digitally. We at The Digital Fix absolutely loved it and you can read our review here.
If you're still not sure whether to take the plunge, consider the below press release from Sega - it's now possible to watch all your games in glorious full 3D (if you have the right hardware)!
Sports Interactive and SEGA Europe Ltd. have today released the fan favourite management game, Football Manager 2012. Sporting over 800 new features, Football Manager 2012 also includes all the changes to the rules of the beautiful game and all the updated statistics and transfers in over 50 playable leagues.
To top it off the Football Manager 2012 Match Engine is now available in full 3D, giving fans the added realism to their match experience. To watch matches in full 3D all you need is a 3D capable NVIDIA graphics card and 3D Vision certified monitor or 3D TV with NVIDIA 3DTV Play. For more information please visit uk.geforce.com.
Phil Eisler, 3D Vision General Manager at NVIDIA said "3D Vision adds an extra level of immersion and excitement to Football Manager 2012. Using NVIDIA's stereoscopic 3D technology, gamers will truly get the feeling of being pitch-side as their team goes for greatness! This is a great example of a developer using 3D to genuinely enhance the gameplay experience."
Football Manager 2012 for PC and Mac was developed by London based award winning developer Sports Interactive, and is available now at retailers and via digital distributors. The PSP version, Football Manager Handheld 2012, will be released on the 28th of October 2011, with the iOS version for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch coming soon.