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This game is beautifully done and has so much depth to it that it is impossible to just play it for a short while. It really offers a decent football management title for the Playstation 2, until this game I had only ever found that Championship Manager had ever held my attention when it came to this genre, LMA Manager 2003 however has gripped me in much the same way. There are some really nice touches in this game, one of which being the ability to develop your stadium as your team becomes more successful, each team in the game has a graphical representation of their ground that changes as you add more seats and stands, you can even change the different styles of stand. The only gripe I have got about this game is the difficulty, it can be really tough to get your team winning and after your tenth defeat in a row you can become a little disheartened, but if you can overcome this then it is truly a brilliant game.
Transferts de joueurs, entraînement, entretien des installations... Roger Lemerre 2003 est complet et propose, aux amateurs du genre, des heures de réflexion.
Un titre de qualité pour les amateurs de jeux de gestion de football mais on regrettera que cette nouvelle mouture n'apporte pas plus de nouveautés ni même davantage de possibilités. A se demander si les joueurs possédant le cru 2002 auront vraiment intérêt à se la procurer...
LMA Manager 2003 is a fun title which portrays the managing side of football very well. What it fails on is variety in matches and not being very descriptive in its highlights package. Also the inability to interact with staff and players detracts somewhat from the experience. It just seems that the complexity of Championship Manager gives us the freedom we need to fulfil our requirements, with or without the hot pies and mushy peas at half-time. That doesn't mean LMA should be discarded. Nice touches like stadiums and con-current leagues give an edge over the masterpiece that is CM, but just isn't enough to win the cup.
Quasiment identique à la version 2002, Roger Lemerre : La Sélection des Champions 2003 n'en reste pas moins une production toujours aussi riche qui devrait satisfaire les mordus du ballon rond en quête de management. On retiendra donc que les innovations étant moindres (si l'on excepte la traditionnelle mise à jour des équipes), ce titre est conseillé aux amateurs du genre qui ne possèderaient pas déjà l'épisode 2002, et à eux seuls.