FIFA Manager 08 has been given a fairly poor critical reception by many PC gaming enthusiasts. The main problem seems to be with the interface - many users have reported that the interface is so complicated that it crashes or at least doesn't function well on most computers. Some users are also complaining that the game itself is too basic and lacks any kind of content or variety. Despite this, there are still a lot of fans of the game that would probably like to see improvements in the future.
FIFA Manager 08 is actually the second official installment of the long running and popular football video game franchise. It's the follow up to the hugely popular FIFA Manager series by EA Sports and is, in a way, an upgrade. The game is made by the same team that created the very successful FIFA Street games, which are well loved by soccer fans all over the world. In fact, you can even download the demo for the next FIFA Manager game to give you a chance to see if you like EA Sports' take on the whole thing. If you do, then you'll probably continue to buy the FIFA Manager games on a weekly basis until the game finally proves to be too successful for EA Sports to make another attempt at.
If you're one of those diehard fans who have played every single version of the football video game throughout the different versions and editions, then you're going to be pleased to know that the second game in the series will have something new to offer. Though it's not exactly the same as the first game, the improvements made in FIFA Manager 08 seem to be positive for all gamers. However, the only problem that you may encounter with this game is if you don't know the controls or you're not too comfortable with using the camera. This might be a problem for many people playing the original game, but fortunately, there are many guides available in the internet that will teach you how to use the features in the game.