Championship Manager 2007

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Championship Manager 2007
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
[[Beautiful Game Studios
Gusto Games]][[Category:Beautiful Game Studios
Gusto Games]]
[[Eidos Interactive
Virtual Programming (Mac)]][[Category:Eidos Interactive
Virtual Programming (Mac)]]
Sports
Various
PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and Mac OS X
Ratings
OFLC:General
PEGI: 3+
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Championship Manager 2007 is an iteration in Eidos' Championship Manager series of computer games. The game was developed by Beautiful Game Studios (BGS) and was released on PC on October 13, 2006. It was available to play on the PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and Xbox 360 on March 16, 2007. It was brought to Mac OS X on May 16, 2007 by Virtual Programming and mobile format was developed by Dynamo Games.

Features[edit | edit source]

As well as the usual seasonal data updates reflecting player movements and competition outcomes, this version of the game sees several new features introduced.

For the PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360, the game introduces two new divisions for the English leagues, the Conference North and Conference South, with up-to-date player statistics for these clubs. Also, for the PSP, numerous features have been introduced such as staff feedback on team selection, and team talks. A new Match Analysis tool has been added to the game which includes many stats for each team and player at the end of a match. A demo has been released on the PC and is available on the Championship Manager website.

The layout and controls of the game, especially on the PlayStation Portable, have been made much more complicated since Championship Manager 2006.

Reaction[edit | edit source]

Championship Manager 2007 received mostly positive reviews and was praised for its accuracy regarding player and team abilities as well as the huge selection of clubs to choose from. GameSpot gave Championship Manager 2007 a positive score of "7.6" for the PC version and a "7.1" on the PlayStation 2.

Championship Manager 2007 ranked third behind FIFA Manager and Football Manager in terms of sales. It did however beat Premier Manager and LMA Manager.[citation needed]

Other Versions[edit | edit source]

Championship Manager 2007 Mobile

External links[edit | edit source]

pt:Championship Manager 2007