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Pro Gamer Manager

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The way to become a pro gamer!Create your own unique gamer and begin the journey to the Pro Leagues. Manage your economy, health and career to continue moving upwards. It’s your decisions, in and outside of gaming, that will decide if you will ever reach the very top.Team up!As the days go by and you climb the ladder of success you will be invited to tournaments where you can gain more fame, earn more money and even be signed for a team. When you’ve become good enough in the competitions you might even get seen by scouts and sponsors that wants to endorse you and your bid for glory.Money talks!Remember, you have to be able to pay your monthly rent. If you can’t manage to make a living through Esport fast enough you might have to take on another job to keep your Esport dreams alive while also taking away precious time from your gaming.

Remember, the sooner you begin your Esport journey, the quicker you can reach the top.
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Raptor Claw Games
501 Industries
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista or 7
  • Processor: 1.2 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9 Compatible Graphics Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0a
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
An E-sports management game! I had chosen the player part rather than the Manager. In the Beginning, the whole thing seems very varied. But after 2 Hours and 34 In-game playing days, the Character'S level level only becomes monotonous. Learn New Weapons, stream your own Game to get money, participate in Games and gain Experience points (which you can award again for Skills), buy house, participate In E-sports tourists, etc. This reads better than it is. The Game is reminiscent of Punch Club, only without Storyline. This makes it boring, a Goal is unrecognizable. If at least Steam achievements or Steam cards were to be retrievable. Nor can it be explained how to get the Points for Skills or why you fly out in an E-sports tounament against clearly weaker Opponents. Identifying with Successes is already a hard time. I also had a Bug twice: After participating in a team game as a Spectator, I didn't get into my daytime selection menu anymore! The current Price of just under €10 does not justify this. What luck I had got the Game for lukeau.
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KURZREÊ Pro Gamer Manager looks a lot like Game Dev Tycoon And plays a lot like that in the first 10 Minutes. Unfortunately, it is significantly worse! You don't need to practice! Everything happens to be here! In Pro Gamer Manager, you don't make Games, you play them! And that's full-time. You can joine a Team to participate in Events and make Money. Unfortunately, this Money is not enough, which is why you have to stream regularly. For once streaming, you often get over €1000, even though you have very few Fans. Of course, you can also stream or play yourself, which gives you points. With these Points, you can improve your Character. These are the most important Features as Players. Unfortunately, the Game becomes monotonous after 2 Hours, as you have seen everything several times before. Plus, you don't have to train-everything is random anyway! You can make a few Settings-just click around blind, doesn't affect whether you win or not. Before playing, you can choose whether you want to play an FPS or MOBA. If you don't know any of these Genres, you've lost. There is no Tutorial. The Soundtrack is mediocre. Bugs or Crashes didn't exist. Unfortunately, the Developers didn't implement promised Features! Pro & Contra + Interesting Topic + Free Decision-making-Too random-Too random-Core tutorial or Audail-only 2 Genres to Pick-Bad balancing rating Gameplay: 12/50: * Too much Random and Little variety graphic & design: 8/20 * Nothing special, resembles GDT Sound & Music: 5/10 * Is okay, but also only mediocre technique: 5/5 * No Bugs or Crashes. Perfromance good. Price/Performance: 2/5 * For the Price of too little Content and Variety Support: 2/5: * Unfortunately, promised Features were not implemented Game Entry: Mini5: * No Tutorial. If you are not familiar with the Genre, did you like a Problem 35/100 You liked this Review? Maybe you like my other Reviews too! Just click here! Joine my Group for a great Community and a professional Curing Program!
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