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Football simulation games are the perfect compromise for nerds people that detest sports, but do want to bask in the glory of the sport. It’s football without all that whole running and kicking deal. The upcoming sim Lords of Football is seeking to elbow its way between more established franchises.
Its originality appeal is marketed as being the first simulation to have consequences both on and off the pitch. Players will need to keep their players in check in their private lives to make sure their optimal performance on the field. It’ll even be able to dictate what players must do in the evening to unwind. Big brother is watching.
This will also affect the player stat sheets, which will include an important part for player psychology to make sure their behavior is as desired. Sean Griffiths from developer Geniaware mentioned: “Never before has a game captured everything about the lifestyle of football – from the highs of taking a team to the top of the league, to the lows of the tabloid headlines.” We’re pretty sure similar options were available in game like Premier or LMA Manager, but whatever sells the idea works for us.
Lords of Football will not include real player names, but work more on a manager’s skill to assemble teams with a keen eye. It’s announced as a PC game.