Just a friendly announcement. Being a reliever Wagner will eventually gas obviously, here is how many pitches it takes.
28 pitches= yellow
42 pitches= red
53 pitches= out of energy
Ya know if you want to complain about the game go ahead, there are things to complain about but as soon as you start with "worst ever" or "everyone should be fired" you lose all credibility because of the exaggeration. Also, do you think Ramone is actually a developer? He's just the salesman out there trying to bring people in and sell the new content.
Biggest problem is that SDS has the monopoly on baseball games. If EA or 2K released a game I'd go play it, but they have not.
If I believe the game has issues. I should bring them up and tell SDS how bad their game is in hope they put actual effort in next years game.
If no one said anything and said the game is amazing, they wouldn't strive to make next year's game good, they would take the easy road like 22. And make another boring game..
So many things I want to say, but I actually enjoy this game so I’ll keep it as brief as I can.
First, making a game of this scope and magnitude is an absolutely mind-bogglingly complex undertaking. I will never ever understand this insistence that they are being lazy or “taking the easy road” just because, like, you line out more than you think you should. There is no “easy road” taken here. You may not like perfect/perfect fly outs, but that’s not a result of “laziness.”
Second, we often complain because SDS doesn’t interact with their community enough, but do you see why that’s the case? Because there are half a dozen posts exactly like yours every single day. And this is, depressingly, the most positive community for this game. The cesspool of hate, entitlement, and negativity on Twitter, Reddit, and IG make this forum seem like a weekend with Anne Hathaway.
So if you think SDS is somehow blissfully unaware of what a comparatively small but wildly vocal group of angry gamers think, then you needn’t worry. They know what you think! But they are privy to mountains upon mountains of data that we aren’t. By that, I mean they are making the best possible version of a game that needs to appeal to an enormous range of consumers. It has to simultaneously be enjoyable for, like, 8-year-olds who barely understand baseball and only play video games once in a blue moon, as well as to hardcore competitive esports gamers who make a living in front of their consoles.
Everyone thinks their specific demographic is all that matters. It’s not! They’re not in business to go out of business. They know what they’re doing. This is not some kid’s lemonade stand. So when people post tirades because they think it’s going to somehow help SDS or enlighten them with brand new insights that have never occurred to them, I can’t help but shake my head and laugh. This is a big company that’s been in businesss for longer than some of their customers have even been alive. They are not going to do an about face and drastically rewrite their game because of some whiney Twitter posts and YouTube videos made by angry gamers who are all convinced there is a massive conspiracy in the code to keep them from winning.
I know everyone gives him a hard time for this, but Ramone meant what he said when he said the game plays as intended. This is the game they want to make. You can choose to enjoy it for what is, or you can just move on to a different game. But contributing to the most toxic underbelly in this community — especially under the guise of posting some sort of inspirational, altruistic one-man focus group that only wants to help (by being needlessly negative) — is not going to help anyone or anything.
Now if you’ll excuse me. I’m going to go back to watching Boy Meets World and playing the new conquest map.
Boy. You know how to say a bunch of nothing haha
I would rather read anything he writes than the 1000th self righteous "I'm just trying to help SDS make the game better" post which is really just a "wah I lost and think I'm better than I really am" post
Mini seasons has been updated multiple times.
There have been supercharged players as recently as last week.
At least be accurate with your hate.
I think the problem with rookie difficulty is how massive the PCI is. Pitches you would either foul off or just straight up miss on other difficulties you end up making weak contact and putting the ball into play for an out because it catches the PCI.
I usually call it a night when I shut my eyes for just a second in the first inning and then next thing you know my PlayStation is in rest mode and I don't know where I am for a minute
It's always funny when people try to say "all of us are disappointed" because:
Nothing says a monkey could play this game like pumping fastballs all day to the CPU.
I'm not doing this offline stuff next year. This game has turned into a maze with all the stuff we have to do to get a card.
Let me unlock everything by playing with who I want online or offline, but moments, pxp and all this other fluff is killing the urge to play. It's all nonsense. Bring back stat missions. This is baseball not COD. I don't need no missions.
I agree and disagree. I think we should be able to play with the players we want and what modes we want but I also enjoy the missions because it makes me play with some cards I would never use otherwise and some of them end up being great. I would really like more repeatable team build missions so we can build a team of players we want and grind it out that way if we want.
Ball dies at the warning track. BP pitcher.
Working as intended.
So, you believe every ball you touch after a certain pitch count should be an automatic HR?
If you’re in a moment where you’re essentially playing with an AI, yes you should because it’s just bs to waste more time doing the moment when you put up your best swing.
A perfect/perfect In that situation I get but the OP basically just wants any swing to send the ball out
Historically, they have never used event rewards as a program collection in the past. So, I would put the chance of it being near 0%.
If they were event rewards I would agree with you but he's referring to the program rewards.
To answer the question tho considering this was a longer program I doubt it but it's possible
I would guess around 20k most, the first pack might dip down to 15k but wouldn't expect them to get to quick sell
It's obvious from his name alone but from his past posts as well it's obvious this guy is just some miserable douche. No need to give his post the time of day since it was an obviously stupid post just trying to get a ride out of cards fans.
This is always what happens when a collection drops so you gotta prep by getting the cards that you know this will happen with. There is a new BR program coming next week which should help put a bunch of them in the market.
At this point tho it might just be worth it to see if selling your rookie cards will get enough to finish off the other collections.