Our brothers across the pond in the UK have had Sports Interactive’s Football Manager Classic 2014 for about a month now, and it’s been burning up the Vita sales charts like crazy.
We finally get our chance to play the football/soccer management game as it has been made available on the PlayStation Network for the Vita for $39.99.
One of the cool features Football Manager Classic 2014 boasts is the ability for cross-save compatibility, allowing you to switch back and forth from the Vita version to the PC, Mac or Linux versions, if you have those too. The game has a database of more than 160,000 players from more than 100 leagues from 51 nations.
It’s a bummer we didn’t get that sweet Vita bundle though, amirite?