Review Top Eleven Be a Soccer Manager
Manage your football teams
Author: Enozia Vakil
Date: 26 Jun 2017, tested on HTC One X
True-to-life game play
Needs to be elaborated
Hey you! Yeah you! Are you a die-hard fan of football? Well chances you probably are hooked to the TV for now. Anyways, you also might like football management, which, believe me, is nothing like sitting on your desk and counting money all day - it’s more of managing teams, changing strategies, interacting with players and so on.
That’s exactly what top eleven has in store for you. It takes you to an almost realistic football management game where instead of managing an existing club, you make your own with emblems and everything. One disappointment though is the absence of the official clubs and players, as the game did not purchase the licenses, so you don’t really have the players you can expect to buy (I know that feeling).
Almost each and every aspect of the team is managed by you which includes the on-pitch and off-pitch aspects. Signing sponsorship deals, TV contracts, the options are just too much so its mostly just menus and options and some options are ridiculously slow like renovating the stadium for instance which takes weeks of real world time. Hence it’s more tilted towards reality than the perspective used in games. The best part is that you compete against other league with real players, so you’ll be contented that the game is not biased towards you and follows with both the sides standing an equal chance of winning (if the choices are made properly, that is).
If you are really into managing teams and leading it towards the victory, be assured you’ll get it from top eleven. But for those who really like managing official clubs and players and are all about action than managing something, there are other games out there.