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Review: Football Manager 2019 Touch on Nintendo Switch | Power Up Gaming
The most well-thought football simulation comes back to Switch in 2019. That’s good news for portable console worshippers or simply those who sometimes prefer playing remotely. Being a simplified version of the game, it doesn’t cut back your gaming opportunities. Every feature present in a PC version is available here as well. What’s New in 2019? The developers of the series decided to go the extra mile and consider player feedback from Football Manager 2018. Both Touch and PC versions have a fresher look and a more intuitive user interface, which is quite appealing for inexperienced users. The changes are not massive yet tangible enough to feel that it’s much easier to manage numerous controls and buttons now. Besides, they implemented some gameplay changes to provide you with more in-depth gaming experience. League Changes All 2500+ teams available in Football Manager 2018 are included in FM 2019. But now you may have a full-fledged Bundesliga experience. Two highest German