This is the year wrote:One suggestion I have, if you haven't done it already, is turn off the vibration in addition to the pitch cursor. It makes it a lot harder to locate your pitches, and will take some getting used to.
Hehe, I've already taken care of that pretty much. I got pissed when I was being absolutely dominated
by Eric Milton and threw my controller down and now it just barely vibrates.
Luckily I got the extended warranty thing at Best Buy so hopefully I'll be able to get it replaced.
This is the year wrote:Also, if you have "meter difficulty" at -50, wouldn't that make it much easier? I could be very wrong on this, because I haven't messed with the sliders very much.
That's what I thought as well, but a lot of the slider settings seem to be counter-intuitive. I found this
list of slider settings and I had a couple others backwards too.
This is the year wrote:I like your idea of keeping it as a simulation, but I figured that I wouldn't be able to do that due to all of the circumstances you mentioned.
It's definitely tedious at times, but I think it's worth it if you have the time/patience. I really only keep up with rosters, not starting lineups and stuff. I turn fair trades off then move the players around at the major league level as best I can and let the CPU manage them after that.
KolbSaves wrote:They won't have the rights to update the rosters next year so that's not going to happen.
Right, except there is a pretty big community of modders and such -- at least for PC -- that keep the rosters, stadiums, and patches up to date. The biggest thing I'm worried won't continue after this final cycle is the online play.