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Updated on April 16th, at 10:55: Looks like the game is also available on Android as a beta and the soft-launched iOS edition is also available in The Netherlands.<p>Original story follows…</p><p>Ooh, now proceedings are getting a bit spicy.</p><p>With the launch of Sega's premium Football Manager Classic 2015 this week, and now Konami soft-launching PES Club Manger, we have a little competition in the football management game space.</p><p>We love a bit of a dual over here, don't we? Yes, we do.</p><p>So what does this new PES Club Manager (which is only available in the Australian App Store at the moment) got going for it? And can it possibly top Football Manager Classic 2015?</p><p>For starters, it seems that PES Club Manager actually thinks it's SimCity (SoccerCity?). Look at the screenshot below and you'll see what I mean. Yes, you can build your own club house and dally around a little football town.</p><p>OK, cool, I guess it can't get much worse than SimCity Buildit, right? Or ... can it?</p><p>That aside, as with Football Manager Classic 2015, PES Club Manager has 3D matches. That's a new feature to the genre on mobile in both games, so I guess they're level in that regard.</p><p>PES Club Manager also has over 5,000 licensed players, lets you build a dream team, and obviously lets you make all the big decisions for them.</p><p>In fact, the main biggest difference between the two games is that one costs £14.99 / $19.99, and the other is free to play.</p><p>PES Club Manager is the free to play one. So, if that's a business model you're okay with then perhaps it's the winner. Except it's not out globally yet, so you'll have to wait before crowning it.</p><p>Otherwise, if you don't mind paying the price, I guess Football Manager Classic 2015 is your winner. And, hey, you can buy it right now, too.</p><p>In any case, we'll let you know when PES Club Manager is launched around the world later this year.</p>
He who shares the danger ought to share the prize.
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<p>Following on from its display at E3, Chinese publisher FriendTimes is hot-footing it over to Europe this August for gamescom 2019. On show will be two of its titles: Yokai Kitchen and Fate of the Empress — both new to the European market. If you’re lucky enough to be at the event, drop by Booth A-041 in Hall 10.1 to see what it’s all about, play the games first-hand and share your feedback. For everybody else, here’s a sneak-peek of what both games have to offer.</p>
"You'll be famous yet, Paul. I always dreamed of having one famous pupil. He was to be a college president--but a great poet would be even better. Some day I'll be able to boast that I whipped the distinguished Paul Irving. But then I never did whip you, did I, Paul? What an opportunity lost! I think I kept you in at recess, however."