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Postby cubsrock » Fri Jul 30, 2004 2:00 pm

Is it just me or is it way to easy to hit home runs on MVP baseball 2004 even on MVP difficulty? also players hit the ball way to far sosa hits like 500+ every time and i think the game makes it max out at 550. and players who shouldnt be homering homer nearly every at bat. [/img][/b]
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Postby Rico The Retard » Fri Jul 30, 2004 4:34 pm

i know i played a season and i hit 57 homers in 60 games with jerry hairston jr. lol
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Postby cubsrock » Fri Jul 30, 2004 7:06 pm

yeah and the wrong people hit homers. i only hit like 30 some with sosa and i hit like 60 with derrek lee and over 50 with aramis ramirez.
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Postby Talyn » Sat Jul 31, 2004 12:28 pm

You need to change the Gameplay sliders around, I used to hit homers over 500 feet pretty often, but now I use a great set of sliders. Playing on MVP difficulty and using these sliders has made the game so much better and realistic. The farthest i've hit a HR with my sliders is 450 feet.
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Postby Rico The Retard » Sat Jul 31, 2004 12:41 pm

and what are these sliders talyn
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Postby Talyn » Sat Jul 31, 2004 12:48 pm

All pitching aides off (includes pitching cursor, vibration, and hot/cold zones)

User Batting Contact: -25
CPU Batting Contact: -25

User Pitcher Fatigue: 48
CPU Pitcher Fatigue: 11
User Bunting Ability: 40
CPU Bunting Ability: 40

User Outfielder Speed: -9
CPU Outfielder Speed: 9
User Infielder Speed: -35
CPU Infielder Speed: -11

User Baserunning Speed: 6
CPU Baserunning Speed: -6
User Throw Speed: -11
CPU Throw Speed: -11

User Throw Accuracy: 15
CPU Throw Accuracy: 10
User Runner Aggression: 30
CPU Runner Aggression: 2

Runner Injury Frequency: 26
Pitcher Injury Frequency: 25
Batter Injury Frequency: 26
Fielder Injury Frequency: 25

CPU Steal Rate: 50
User Dive Difficulty: 10
User Catch Errors: 40
CPU Catch Errors: 26

User Runner Steal Speed: -5
User Runner Steal Delay: 16

CPU Runner Steal Speed: -5
CPU Runner Steal Delay: -5

Bullpen Fatigue Rate: 10
Bullpen Fatigue Grace: 17

To get the right hitting sliders, you must figure out what pitch speed is perfect for you. If your pitch speed is too fast, it will be to difficult to hit no matter what the batting sliders are set at. And if your pitch speed is too slow, it will be to easy to hit no matter what the batting sliders are set at. Use the table below to get the right User & CPU Batting Power sliders for your corresponding pitch speed.

Column A = Pitch Speed
Column B = User & CPU Batting Power

| A| B|
-50| 38
-45| 33
-40| 29
-35| 25
-30| 20
-25| 16
-20| 12
-15| 7
-10| 3
|-5 | -1
| 0 | -5
| 5 | -9
10 |-13
15 |-17
20 |-21
25 |-25
30 |-29
35 |-33
40 |-37
45 |-21
50 |-45

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Postby cubsrock » Sat Jul 31, 2004 10:30 pm

waaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaa

i have the gamecube version and apparently that doesnt have sliders. i guess ill just like call up my entire AA team or somthing. where are the sliders in case there is a place that i missed?
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Postby Rirruto » Sun Aug 01, 2004 12:10 am

cubsrock wrote:waaaaaaahaaaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaahaaaaaaaa

i have the gamecube version and apparently that doesnt have sliders. i guess ill just like call up my entire AA team or somthing. where are the sliders in case there is a place that i missed?


Somewhere in Game Options. I think it's titled 'Gameplay Tuning'. I like this game overall, good improvements from last year's edition. Hopefully they will fix the lefty HR glitch.

On another note, does anyone have the attributes to create David Wright yet?
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