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@raesONE said in SDS knows their audience:

Making a player program with wonderful moments where you have to hit multiple homeruns with a 60s power guy. That's exactly what everyone was waiting for, and we absolutely love spending time on these fantastic grinds. Especially having to hit a bomb off of Andrew Miller with 61 power is such a delight. Kudos.

I am sorry these moments are too hard for you.

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@samguenther1987 said in SDS knows their audience:

@olivegarden2 said in SDS knows their audience:

@samguenther1987 said in SDS knows their audience:

Like I said in another thread consider this SDS training us for moments extreme. Just remember it could always be worse.

Right now reading all these comments I would rather buy Blackmon and Wieters off the market and be done with the awards players.

I don’t know either lol. I have too many awards series players I need lol

Edit

Ok so i got Wieters and Blackmon so now I only need 2 Awards players, so i plan on taking ( Musial 300 stars, and for my last player before Trout i'll take back Banks)

I'll try these moments but i'm not going to stress over them now.

Why Banks? You want to try him? I just did conquest and events today. May do the PP tomorrow if I feel like sitting through moments lol

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@olivegarden2 said in SDS knows their audience:

@samguenther1987 said in SDS knows their audience:

@olivegarden2 said in SDS knows their audience:

@samguenther1987 said in SDS knows their audience:

Like I said in another thread consider this SDS training us for moments extreme. Just remember it could always be worse.

Right now reading all these comments I would rather buy Blackmon and Wieters off the market and be done with the awards players.

I don’t know either lol. I have too many awards series players I need lol

Edit

Ok so i got Wieters and Blackmon so now I only need 2 Awards players, so i plan on taking ( Musial 300 stars, and for my last player before Trout i'll take back Banks)

I'll try these moments but i'm not going to stress over them now.

Why Banks? You want to try him? I just did conquest and events today. May do the PP tomorrow if I feel like sitting through moments lol

I'm a Cubs fan and he hit rockets for me, i sold him to get Mantle, if i get him again i'm not selling.

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@DarthKDog09 said in SDS knows their audience:

@samguenther1987 said in SDS knows their audience:

Like I said in another thread consider this SDS training us for moments extreme. Just remember it could always be worse.

Right now reading all these comments I would rather buy Blackmon and Wieters off the market and be done with the awards players.

Blackmon is one of the best bench bats available. Totally worth the price

Man he rakes second at bat for me a 450 foot shot against the Marlins. You were absolutely right, thanks.

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I sat down to try some of the new moments today and thought to myself "These are pretty tough. Its gonna take some effort to finish this program." Then I grabbed some popcorn and logged into the show nation, because I remembered that anytime new content is released that isn't so easy a mentally handicapped monkey could complete it blindfolded, there's sure to be some hilarious whining in the community. You guys never disappoint

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@PhatWhiteOwl said in SDS knows their audience:

@raesONE said in SDS knows their audience:

Making a player program with wonderful moments where you have to hit multiple homeruns with a 60s power guy. That's exactly what everyone was waiting for, and we absolutely love spending time on these fantastic grinds. Especially having to hit a bomb off of Andrew Miller with 61 power is such a delight. Kudos.

I am sorry these moments are too hard for you.

There's always that one guy lol.

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@whitejw98 said in SDS knows their audience:

I sat down to try some of the new moments today and thought to myself "These are pretty tough. Its gonna take some effort to finish this program." Then I grabbed some popcorn and logged into the show nation, because I remembered that anytime new content is released that isn't so easy a mentally handicapped monkey could complete it blindfolded, there's sure to be some hilarious whining in the community. You guys never disappoint

It's more the fact that someone in San Diego still think their community enjoys content like this. Isn't that goal #1 in this industry, experiencing joy and having fun playing the game? It's not even about the fact if they're hard or not, they're clearly not hard. The pitches coming in are meatballs. You can literally hammer every single pitch. The issue is that the guy swings a noodle and hitting homeruns therefore becomes a frustrating task, because pretty much all of those hammered pitches end up on the warning track or off the wall. You're literally waiting for the one where the game decides to reward your perfect/perfect liner or flyball with a homerun.

Not my idea of fun. But don't get it mixed up, they're not hard at all. Just very unenjoyable.

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@raesONE said in SDS knows their audience:

@whitejw98 said in SDS knows their audience:

I sat down to try some of the new moments today and thought to myself "These are pretty tough. Its gonna take some effort to finish this program." Then I grabbed some popcorn and logged into the show nation, because I remembered that anytime new content is released that isn't so easy a mentally handicapped monkey could complete it blindfolded, there's sure to be some hilarious whining in the community. You guys never disappoint

It's more the fact that someone in San Diego still think their community enjoys content like this. Isn't that goal #1 in this industry, experiencing joy and having fun playing the game? It's not even about the fact if they're hard or not, they're clearly not hard. The pitches coming in are meatballs. You can literally hammer every single pitch. The issue is that the guy swings a noodle and hitting homeruns therefore becomes a frustrating task, because pretty much all of those hammered pitches end up on the warning track or off the wall. You're literally waiting for the one where the game decides to reward your perfect/perfect liner or flyball with a homerun.

Not my idea of fun. But don't get it mixed up, they're not hard at all. Just very unenjoyable.

Kinda like showdown

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@squishiesgirl said in SDS knows their audience:

@raesONE said in SDS knows their audience:

@whitejw98 said in SDS knows their audience:

I sat down to try some of the new moments today and thought to myself "These are pretty tough. Its gonna take some effort to finish this program." Then I grabbed some popcorn and logged into the show nation, because I remembered that anytime new content is released that isn't so easy a mentally handicapped monkey could complete it blindfolded, there's sure to be some hilarious whining in the community. You guys never disappoint

It's more the fact that someone in San Diego still think their community enjoys content like this. Isn't that goal #1 in this industry, experiencing joy and having fun playing the game? It's not even about the fact if they're hard or not, they're clearly not hard. The pitches coming in are meatballs. You can literally hammer every single pitch. The issue is that the guy swings a noodle and hitting homeruns therefore becomes a frustrating task, because pretty much all of those hammered pitches end up on the warning track or off the wall. You're literally waiting for the one where the game decides to reward your perfect/perfect liner or flyball with a homerun.

Not my idea of fun. But don't get it mixed up, they're not hard at all. Just very unenjoyable.

Kinda like showdown

No, in Showdown you can draft power bats to blast pitches to Jupiter.

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I’m doing the online stuff first, then I’ll cherry pick the moments to finish, I’m even willing to do a 9 inning game on AS if that means avoiding a HR/SB Moment.

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@stewart1465 said in SDS knows their audience:

I’m doing the online stuff first, then I’ll cherry pick the moments to finish, I’m even willing to do a 9 inning game on AS if that means avoiding a HR/SB Moment.

I always do the moments which adds up to 42 points and then play the vs CPU game which contributes the remaining 8 points and be done with it. It can be tedious though with moments like these, but it is what it is.

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I always think that people make too much of these moments. Then I went in and tried them myself. The frustration is more justified on this one. They kinda sucked.

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@formallyforearms said in SDS knows their audience:

I always think that people make too much of these moments. Then I went in and tried them myself. The frustration is more justified on this one. They kinda sucked.

I'm just amazed that someone in San Diego thought that moments like these would be perceived as enjoyable. There's a difference between missions being hard and missions being miserable. These moments weren't hard at all as I explained earlier, but they sure were miserable as hell.

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@raesONE said in SDS knows their audience:

@formallyforearms said in SDS knows their audience:

I always think that people make too much of these moments. Then I went in and tried them myself. The frustration is more justified on this one. They kinda sucked.

I'm just amazed that someone in San Diego thought that moments like these would be perceived as enjoyable. There's a difference between missions being hard and missions being miserable. These moments weren't hard at all as I explained earlier, but they sure were miserable as hell.

There's that one guy again.

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@PhatWhiteOwl said in SDS knows their audience:

@raesONE said in SDS knows their audience:

@formallyforearms said in SDS knows their audience:

I always think that people make too much of these moments. Then I went in and tried them myself. The frustration is more justified on this one. They kinda sucked.

I'm just amazed that someone in San Diego thought that moments like these would be perceived as enjoyable. There's a difference between missions being hard and missions being miserable. These moments weren't hard at all as I explained earlier, but they sure were miserable as hell.

There's that one guy again.

I already gave you a cookie, now go away before you get even "phatter".