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Review: Football Manager 2020 Touch – A Great Soccer Sim, But The Old Problems Remain

Review: Football Manager 2020 Touch - A Great Soccer Sim, But The Old Problems Remain
 

We’ve had it up De Gea with these controls.

It’s fair to say that so far, Football Manager on Switch has been a bit like the Arsenal squad this season: there’s clearly some top quality in there but for some reason, it just doesn’t come together and work in a cohesive, seamless manner.

That’s mainly because the Switch versions of Football Manager are actually ports of Football Manager Touch, the slimmed-down take on the game designed for quicker, less complicated play. This would be perfectly fine were the 2018 and 2019 versions not plagued with a horrendous control scheme, making ‘less complicated’ one of the things furthest from your mind when you start playing it.

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