The game management game is big business. Many of the genre titles are listed in the most successful game franchises of all time.
The problem is that wheat is being sorted by chaff because there are good and bad titles. Here are the best game management games you can play today.
1. Football Manager 2019
Football Manager is one of the world’s most famous sports manager games. Originally called championship manager, the franchise’s first title hit the shelves in 1992. Each annual release, especially in Europe, is one of the best-selling PC games of the year.
In the 2019 edition, users can take charge of teams from 116 leagues in 51 countries. There is also a mountain of community-built material that adds more leagues, players, employees and clubs.
In 2019 new features include a new training tool, a new strategy module, the introduction of VAR (Video Assistant Referee), and for the first time in a decade – fully licensed German Bundesliga
2. Tennis Elbow Manager 2
Tennis Elbow Manager 2 considers you to be a dual role of a tennis coach and a tennis player. The objective is to bring one of them to the number one spot in the world, then they should be kept there.
The depth of the game is impressive. It has the facility of career progressing up to 2042, with more than 3,500 players (men’s sports and women’s games starting in 1983). The game also provides more than 400 global tennis tournaments from the ATP and WTA Tour and Junior Tour.
As a coach, you need to plan for training sessions, bring sponsors, organize your team members, and more. If you want, you can play yourself in sports too. The game has a full 3D match engine.
3. Out of park baseball 20
Football manager is required to baseball out of the park. The statistics-driven game lets you take over control of your favorite baseball franchise and team towards pride.
The game is licensed by the MLB, MiLB and MLBPA, so you are going to see up-to-date roster, real players, logos, employees and team names. While playing a game, you can either take control of a team from the current season or dig through 150 years of baseball history and can assume control of one of the many classic teams.
New features in the latest release include a revised 3D match engine, the ability to start a new game based on current real-life mid season league situations and four new international leagues (Germany, France, Spain and Czech Republic). . With real teams and players.
4. Estate Manager
There is some very meta about computer games in which you manage people playing computer games. This is definitely a game simulation game with a difference.
In the ESport Manager, you make a team of players, then take responsibility for their training, presence of social media, sponsorship contract and overall development. You also have a training base that you can improve with new facilities, training equipment and buildings.
Of all the esport contests, you will revolve around the first person shooter (FPS) and the multiplayer online war zone (MOBA) gameplay. Next to each competition, you need to prepare your strategy, choose your weapons and choose your players.
We know that this will not be the ideal game for everyone, but for anyone interested in espresso, this is a fun way to spend a few hours.
NB: MOBA is a niche video game genre that is worth playing.
5. Rugby League Team Manager 2018
The rugby league is in the same mold as Team Manager 2018 Football Manager and Out of the Park Baseball. This is primarily a statistics-driven game in which you can manage your favorite rugby league sides from around the world.
The game is licensed by the most important league in both the hemispheres, which means that you can control 226 clubs, reach up to 7,000 senior players and 2,000 coalition players, and play in official domestic and international competitions. You also have complete control over your employees and you can upgrade your stadium and training facilities.
The latest 2018 version of the game includes a new 3D match engine, a new player progress system, better training options and more deeply funded club finance.
6. Motorsport Manager
Motorsport Manager is available from 2016, but it is still the best F1 management simulation game on the market. Since the release of timeless Grand Prix Manager 2 by Microprocesses in 1996, it is definitely the best game in this area.
The only downside is that the game does not have official licensing, but if you can see the past, then it is a game that fans will love.
You are responsible for a complete motorsport team, which includes all employees, R & D process and race strategies.
Some additional downloadable content is worth buying. There is a endurance series add-on and GT racing add-on.