@doomtrain69 said in No Difference:
It just takes a while to get up to speed. There is a huge difference in pitch speed and PCI size on higher difficulties it is VERY noticeable. Just keep trying Rookie or Veteran Conquest games and see where you are early/late and eventually you'll start hitting and you probably won't even know why. I've played the game off and on for years and when I picked up 20 I was in virtually the same boat as you are
Thanks for the help. If you saw my other thread though. It doesn't matter what difficulty level you play on. I just played a Conquest game on HoF and got a hit on just about every swing. I don't mean AB, every swing (I only swung at hittable pitches in the zone). Finally started bunting 1 out into the 2nd inning to get it over with.
With Conquest, In my experiences is doesn't appear to put much emphasis on skills or difficulty level.
Same sort of strategy as above in a couple games on "Rookie" and everything I hit was an out. 2 double-plays in one game...3 in another. It was exactly like "Rookie" was the high level and "HofF" was the low level.
Is Conquest broke then? If not broke..it sure is upside down. Ha.
Can't wait to fill out a decent team and try some online stuff. This "vs computer" stuff seems more like the software is in control while I watch. Hope the online stuff isn't as noticeable.