Football Manager 2012

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Cada vez mais dificil, e realista. Mal posso esperar que chegue  :drool:
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Ainda falta 1 mês e uma semana  :drool:.
mais do que realista parece me mais fluido, pq temos tudo para preparar o jogo na mm pagina, nao precisamos de ir a varias
Desejoso para que chegue a dia 21  :drool:
Desejoso para que chegue a dia 21  :drool:
Já não falta tudo... É já 4ª feira da semana que vem... :twisted:

Também aguardo com alguma expectativa... Mas ainda falta um bocadinho!
Seria a próxima quarta-feira... se não estivéssemos a falar de 21 de Outubro...
Seria a próxima quarta-feira... se não estivéssemos a falar de 21 de Outubro...
Facilmente poderias ter percebido que apenas estaria a brincar um pouco com o @dude_31, como deverás ter reparado pelo ":twisted:" e pelo meu comentário do "ainda falta um bocadinho"...

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Eu percebi, mas há sempre os mais distraídos, daí a minha chamada de atenção, para que não criar ansiedade nos outros. :lol: :great:
Eu percebi, mas há sempre os mais distraídos, daí a minha chamada de atenção, para que não criar ansiedade nos outros. :lol: :great:

Esta é a típica frase: "Deixa cá chamar burro aos outros, antes que me chamem a mim"  :mrgreen:
Eu percebi, mas há sempre os mais distraídos, daí a minha chamada de atenção, para que não criar ansiedade nos outros. :lol: :great:

Esta é a típica frase: "Deixa cá chamar burro aos outros, antes que me chamem a mim"  :mrgreen:

Porquê? Nada disso... Sabes o que acontece com os onze iniciais do rascord nos tópicos dos jogos? Pronto, é tal e qual.
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Football Manager 2012
SEGA announced that any FM12 edition on PC & Mac will have to be activated through Steam. Here's a summary:
• Need to be online to activate FM12 before start playing
• Need to sign up to and install Steam client
• Once activated, you can play it in "offline mode"
• Saved games are stored locally, but you can play FM on any machine by signing into Steam and selecting it from your purchased games
• Staying connected to Steam will mean FM12 is auto-updated with any patches released



Football Manager 2012 This is SEGA's move to fight piracy guys. People who have had even one problem with Steam are definitely going to hate this, and it's understandable.
The question is for people who never tried Steam before, if they're going to give it a shot. Registering on Steam as well as the Steam client are both free.

@Michael: It goes for any FM12 edition on PC/MAC, meaning that you won't be forced to actually buy the game from Steam. This is in regards to activation only.


Mas depois o atrasado que gere a página do jogo no facebook tem uma saída engraçada...

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Football Manager 2012 ‎@Jani: It appears you've got that Jani. The activation is one time thing only, once you complete that step you can play offline. At worst case scenario, you can use internet from a friend or steal a wireless connection from your neighbor just once.
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Football Manager 2012
SEGA announced that any FM12 edition on PC & Mac will have to be activated through Steam. Here's a summary:
• Need to be online to activate FM12 before start playing
• Need to sign up to and install Steam client
• Once activated, you can play it in "offline mode"
• Saved games are stored locally, but you can play FM on any machine by signing into Steam and selecting it from your purchased games
• Staying connected to Steam will mean FM12 is auto-updated with any patches released



Football Manager 2012 This is SEGA's move to fight piracy guys. People who have had even one problem with Steam are definitely going to hate this, and it's understandable.
The question is for people who never tried Steam before, if they're going to give it a shot. Registering on Steam as well as the Steam client are both free.

@Michael: It goes for any FM12 edition on PC/MAC, meaning that you won't be forced to actually buy the game from Steam. This is in regards to activation only.


Mas depois o atrasado que gere a página do jogo no facebook tem uma saída engraçada...

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Football Manager 2012 ‎@Jani: It appears you've got that Jani. The activation is one time thing only, once you complete that step you can play offline. At worst case scenario, you can use internet from a friend or steal a wireless connection from your neighbor just once.

Querem dificultar a malta que compra mas não me parece que vão ter algum sucesso. :mrgreen:
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Football Manager 2012
SEGA announced that any FM12 edition on PC & Mac will have to be activated through Steam. Here's a summary:
• Need to be online to activate FM12 before start playing
• Need to sign up to and install Steam client
• Once activated, you can play it in "offline mode"
• Saved games are stored locally, but you can play FM on any machine by signing into Steam and selecting it from your purchased games
• Staying connected to Steam will mean FM12 is auto-updated with any patches released



Football Manager 2012 This is SEGA's move to fight piracy guys. People who have had even one problem with Steam are definitely going to hate this, and it's understandable.
The question is for people who never tried Steam before, if they're going to give it a shot. Registering on Steam as well as the Steam client are both free.

@Michael: It goes for any FM12 edition on PC/MAC, meaning that you won't be forced to actually buy the game from Steam. This is in regards to activation only.


Mas depois o atrasado que gere a página do jogo no facebook tem uma saída engraçada...

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Football Manager 2012 ‎@Jani: It appears you've got that Jani. The activation is one time thing only, once you complete that step you can play offline. At worst case scenario, you can use internet from a friend or steal a wireless connection from your neighbor just once.

Querem dificultar a malta que compra mas não me parece que vão ter algum sucesso. :mrgreen:
Eu acho que vão... Ainda vai demorar um tempo até conseguirem fazer um non steam.
Chat shit get banged.
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Football Manager 2012
SEGA announced that any FM12 edition on PC & Mac will have to be activated through Steam. Here's a summary:
• Need to be online to activate FM12 before start playing
• Need to sign up to and install Steam client
• Once activated, you can play it in "offline mode"
• Saved games are stored locally, but you can play FM on any machine by signing into Steam and selecting it from your purchased games
• Staying connected to Steam will mean FM12 is auto-updated with any patches released



Football Manager 2012 This is SEGA's move to fight piracy guys. People who have had even one problem with Steam are definitely going to hate this, and it's understandable.
The question is for people who never tried Steam before, if they're going to give it a shot. Registering on Steam as well as the Steam client are both free.

@Michael: It goes for any FM12 edition on PC/MAC, meaning that you won't be forced to actually buy the game from Steam. This is in regards to activation only.


Mas depois o atrasado que gere a página do jogo no facebook tem uma saída engraçada...

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Football Manager 2012 ‎@Jani: It appears you've got that Jani. The activation is one time thing only, once you complete that step you can play offline. At worst case scenario, you can use internet from a friend or steal a wireless connection from your neighbor just once.

Querem dificultar a malta que compra mas não me parece que vão ter algum sucesso. :mrgreen:
Eu acho que vão... Ainda vai demorar um tempo até conseguirem fazer um non steam.

Achas? Tenho cá um feeling que não. Mas vamos ver.  :great:
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Football Manager 2012
SEGA announced that any FM12 edition on PC & Mac will have to be activated through Steam. Here's a summary:
• Need to be online to activate FM12 before start playing
• Need to sign up to and install Steam client
• Once activated, you can play it in "offline mode"
• Saved games are stored locally, but you can play FM on any machine by signing into Steam and selecting it from your purchased games
• Staying connected to Steam will mean FM12 is auto-updated with any patches released



Football Manager 2012 This is SEGA's move to fight piracy guys. People who have had even one problem with Steam are definitely going to hate this, and it's understandable.
The question is for people who never tried Steam before, if they're going to give it a shot. Registering on Steam as well as the Steam client are both free.

@Michael: It goes for any FM12 edition on PC/MAC, meaning that you won't be forced to actually buy the game from Steam. This is in regards to activation only.


Mas depois o atrasado que gere a página do jogo no facebook tem uma saída engraçada...

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Football Manager 2012 ‎@Jani: It appears you've got that Jani. The activation is one time thing only, once you complete that step you can play offline. At worst case scenario, you can use internet from a friend or steal a wireless connection from your neighbor just once.

Querem dificultar a malta que compra mas não me parece que vão ter algum sucesso. :mrgreen:
Eu acho que vão... Ainda vai demorar um tempo até conseguirem fazer um non steam.

Achas? Tenho cá um feeling que não. Mas vamos ver.  :great:
"Algum" sucesso vão ter de certeza. total, impossível.
Chat shit get banged.
De qualquer das maneiras, vou comprar o jogo e tenho acesso à internet, por isso não estou preocupado. :lol:
Eu também vou comprar:twisted:

Se houve uma altura em que o FM merecesse o dinheiro por ele, não é agora de certeza.  :great:
Eu também vou comprar:twisted:

Se houve uma altura em que o FM merecesse o dinheiro por ele, não é agora de certeza.  :great:
Eu comprei o fm2010 e nunca mais. É que não tem vantagens nenhumas ter o original. Um gajo clica em "procurar actualizações" e aquilo diz que está atualizado. Vou à net e já há um patch mais recente  :wall:


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Há coisas na vida que nunca mudam, a nobreza de carácter é uma delas, ou se tem, ou não. Por mais “riqueza” que ostentem, os pobres de espírito sempre o serão. O complexo de inferioridade demonstrado por todas estas atitudes é totalmente incompatível com um clube que para além de títulos quer ser grande, pois a grandeza é muito mais do que o vencer. A grandeza é vencer, é saber vencer, é saber perder, é saber estar, algo que não está ao alcance de todos.

O Sporting Clube de Portugal,
Lisboa, 28 de Outubro de 2013