wasn't a total departure from the style of Championship Manager soccer managment game
, it did however polish the game considerably, both graphically, where the game received considerable additions, as well as in the overall playability. The interface and each individual screen were redesigned to be more easy to use, using a mouse was no longer so much of a hassle and the SVGA resolution
meant a world of change for those lucky enough to have a 640x480 display. The game also added audio commentary to the game and photo-realistic pictures used as backgrounds for the many spreadsheets like screens of the game. Now, going back to the game, be sure to expect quite a few text based inputs to still remain, but, nevertheless, navigation to them is far more smoother and more natural. The game will have you make decisions at a number of levels, in classic football manager style
and your choices are very much taken into account in the background, so you will feel like you're in control of your club. While CM2 might not be the game everyone talks about when it comes to DOS era soccer managers
, the game still holds to its own and can be an enjoying experience for dedicated fans.