[Official News] SEGA brings FM 2005 to E3

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  1. Parra Power

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    nothing my athlon 64 shouldnt b able to handle (H)
     
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    dont be so sure :P
     
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    my Mac PowerPC from 1994 with a 95mhz proccessor should be fine right?

    TROD.
     
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    yeah. Prety much :P

    my 386 CPU pc has a turbo button... A turbocharged CPU, Ha!!! Howz that ;) :p
     
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    lmao! hehehehe

    heres a pic of one:

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    They don't make 'em like that anymore... I wonder why.
     
  7. marc_angelus

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    lol i hope that's not true about the processor.. i'm actually beginning to look forward to CM5 more than FM2005.. FM2005 will just be CM 03/04 with a few extra bells and whistles, and i'm kinda getting bored of CM 03/04.. I just know all the cool features i'd like to see in a management game won't be in FM2005.. they never are..

    I'd like to see chairmen who buy players without talking to the manager, like the Real chairman and Chelsea owner seem to do..

    And i'd like to see feeder clubs, with first option rights, and being able to send your players on loan there

    I'd also like to see PLC clubs, where the board of shareholders restrict how large an offer you can make for an individual player, like they currently do with wages.
     
  8. Ebonix

    Ebonix YELLOW CARD - Sarcasm

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    Something with more than one processor :|

    Right that narrows my search for a new computer down to two sellers.

    1 - A mad doctor (Who happens to have a spare super computer lying around)

    2 - The FBI

    :kader: :kader: :kader:
     
      

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