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weekeebz

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Sorry Don't know, but there will not be a summer transfer update.

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stewie1976

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1)dont know
2)yes
3) yes i think but nottried myself
4)battery is quite good, a few hours at least
5) not sure, a lot is with touch,so get a stylus
6)dont know
7)more setailed than handheld and more difficult
8) depending how quick game speed is set depends how much 3d action you see
9)dont know,never tried
10)on a par with full version.

the game is worth getting,i get bored quickly with the handheld version,but I have not stopped playing vita version since day it came out.You cant download tactics to it though wich is frustrating. Hope this helps
 

Scwiffy

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1. Not sure but doubt it (do they do this for the PC version?)
2. Can be fiddly at first but you quickly get used to it, can be a touch (get it) slow when advancing to team selection
3. Not sure but can't see why not, I think you can do that with any game on the Vita.
4. Probably one of the least battery intensive games on my Vita (i have a lot)
5. Not much unfortunately, wish they'd utilised the buttons more, the whole navigation/menu system is a little disappointing
6. Who knows, depends how this one sells i guess
7. 300% better, its the Classic mode from the PC version
8. You can use 3D or 2D visuals with a range of camera angles. The most the match you can watch is "comprehensive" (roughly 10mins a game)
9. Yes just like all Vita games (PS button & R or start i think)
10. Stadiums a generic depending on the clubs capacity e.g. Cheltenham will have ground level stadium without corners, but Brighton will have large tiers with corners that won't differ from a team with the same capacity - this might be the same as the PC version
 
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