@albertrebla said in 1-11 since Sunday:
@raesONE said in 1-11 since Sunday:
@genopolanco said in 1-11 since Sunday:
Just the growing pains of using directional dude. I was there before. Eventually you’ll realize you need to make the switch.
I use directional against the CPU on All Star with default sliders and I get realistic contact results for the most part, its perhaps a little over powered and needs some slight tweaks. These HUGE slider changes that SDS has made makes it impossible to hit on directional. Of course I only am playing because of covid. I took a break from the game last year after playing it for 10 years because its the same things year after year that are wrong with the game. I guess they got lucky there was a pandemic and people like me purchased their game.
You posted about this earlier and I asked you for proof that they indeed adjust sliders. You never replied. I'm not surprised by that, because you don't have any. Now I learn you use directional hitting. I think you need to switch to zone and get better at the game instead of complaining about "adjusted sliders and stealth changes".
I like real baseball, you know, simulation results. Not arcade. Not using zone, never have, never will. If its the last time I play this game because they cater to the arcade crowd, so be it.
Wouldn’t using directional be more “arcade” then using zone? Directional just requires user to swing when they believe timing is right and using zone requires user to line up zone to where the pitch actually is?
Do MLB players have a PCI that they wiggle around so they can hit every pitch? No they have to time their swing correctly.
But they have to use hand eye coordination, similar to zone? NOT saying real baseball is easy at all, just making the statement for the sake of this conversation.