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PlayStation 6 2.8
Windows 7 2.8
Combined User Score 13 2.8

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WindowsDeaf Gamers (2001)
Championship Manager quiz is a very enjoyable quiz game for football fans. There is no speech in the game (only crowd noises when the questions are answered) and every scrap of information is provided in text. The game is enjoyable but I found it strange the no high score tables are present, particularly in the Keep Uppy mode. A few hours play will also see several questions repeating themselves which can be a little annoying but is a fault of all quiz games at the moment (it is not half as bad as The Weakest Link and that has 100,000 questions). Championship Manager Quiz will appeal to all football loving quiz fans and the pub quiz mode is ideal for those family get togethers.
WindowsAbsolute Games ( (Dec 24, 2001)
Персональная изюминка у игры тоже есть. Да и кто мог подумать, что в SI откажутся от футбола как такового? Две команды из любого английского дивизиона (конференция не включена) или шотландского чемпионата, схематичное изображение поля с фигурками игроков, таймер тикает в ускоренном темпе. Практически каждый пас — вопрос на определенную тему (за исключением точек, обозначенных как "free pass"). Компьютер, разумеется, на них не отвечает, и наш правильный ответ означает прерванную передачу. Некоторое разнообразие вносят три "подсказки" — возможность в случае ошибки попытать счастья еще раз, смена вопроса и то, что отечественным телезрителям известно как "50 на 50". Использовать желательно только в самые тяжелые моменты — при защите своих ворот или голевой атаке.
PlayStationNowGamer (Nov 30, 2001)
So, between this and THQ’s effort, which should you go for? Well, there’s not really that much in it. Sky Sports Football Quiz is superior in terms of presentation, but this has the edge in the number of questions contained.
48 (May 08, 2002)
The best thing about this game is that it takes as long to install as it does to uninstall. It really is a poor excuse for entertainment, poorly made. While there are no glaring faults in the way the game has been built, although the way the right mouse button takes you to a menu screen can get in the way of the intense matches. There is also a complete lack of inspiration, joy, or even the option to change the resolution above playstation quality evident throughout the title. Buy it if you must have anything CM or want to donate money to Eidos, stay away if you have any sense.
WindowsPC Gamer UK (Feb, 2002)
Football is an evil word in the PC GAMER office. Talk of England's World Cup hopes have been banished, replaced by heavyweight intellectual discussions (last night's episode of Cold Feet), while news of Championship Manger's soaring sales figures is met with the annual cries of bafflement. PE teachers have a lot to answer for.
30 (Feb 16, 2002)
A boring uninspiring game that’s should be nothing more than a freebie. Ignore the Championship Manager brand, this doesn’t live up to the standard.