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The mighty pigeon
13-04-2006, 14:52
Has anyone tried it yet, and how did you get on?

I will be purchasing my FM handheld game tomorrow, and plan to play FM handheld simultaneously with my full on 2018 career game on my PC whilst wearing my england shirt and listening to the greatest football hits of all time and watching re runs of the greatest PL seasons!

Is this the ultimate football experiance?

(by the way, most of that was rubbish, but i am interested in peeps playing both as i cant bear to stop playing my PC game!)

The mighty pigeon
13-04-2006, 14:52
Has anyone tried it yet, and how did you get on?

I will be purchasing my FM handheld game tomorrow, and plan to play FM handheld simultaneously with my full on 2018 career game on my PC whilst wearing my england shirt and listening to the greatest football hits of all time and watching re runs of the greatest PL seasons!

Is this the ultimate football experiance?

(by the way, most of that was rubbish, but i am interested in peeps playing both as i cant bear to stop playing my PC game!)

sajakbar
13-04-2006, 16:05
i plan to sit myself down at east ened park and get a few games in before the real thing, lol, saying that i may miss matches and be left sitting in the stands until the battery dies..

Miles Jacobson
13-04-2006, 19:20
Sajakbar - if you charge your PSP and leave to go to the game at, say, 1 o'clock, and play the game on the travel to the ground, play at half time, and then your travel back (getting home at 7pm) the battery should just about be starting to run out when you get home according to the test results we've had. 6 and a half hour battery life on the game seems to be the norm thus far on the default settings.

ntfc
14-04-2006, 00:50
Wow,thats pretty impressive.

s33r
14-04-2006, 02:56
I played from 1pm till 8pm, so I got 7hrs and I still had battery left so I could've gone on longer.

Seriously impressive battery management SI!

roejowland
14-04-2006, 03:01
i agree that fm on the psp is perfect to multi task with. i have already been playing both the pc and psp versions at the same time whilst also listening to music and talking to people via msn.

http://community.sigames.com/customicons/icon14.gif multi tasking rules

cuidado-
14-04-2006, 04:30
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Miles Jacobson:
Sajakbar - if you charge your PSP and leave to go to the game at, say, 1 o'clock, and play the game on the travel to the ground, play at half time, and then your travel back (getting home at 7pm) the battery should just about be starting to run out when you get home according to the test results we've had. 6 and a half hour battery life on the game seems to be the norm thus far on the default settings. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

i think thats very very interesting, miles!

the fact that everything you do on the psp, video, music, games etc always use the umd quite heavily has to be battery-demanding.

very smart touch with this, borderline genius, exactly like releasing a pc/mac version of the game!

KUTGW!

saintsfc
14-04-2006, 07:52
tst and they say men cant multi task haha!

annoying bank holiday, didn't get it yesterday because i was out so they left a card saying you can collect it tommorow, went down and its closed due to bank holiday Grrrr, now i have to wait until tommorow until i can collect it and then play. http://community.sigames.com/customicons/icon13.gif

sean_oc16
14-04-2006, 10:53
Already into 4th season with Derby on FMH and still playing in 2008 on FM2006 at same time

ntfc
14-04-2006, 11:35
How well you doing on both formats?