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Old 02-05-2010, 03:42 PM   #9
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yup, i agree...was hoping for that too. kind of like how the pro y. spirits delay after contact. i could swear there were times in mlb 09 the show where there was a slight delay when i pulled the ball foul of the third base line when batting with a right handed batter...every time i saw that i'd say to myself...man, that would be cool if it was always like that.
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I can't watch the video on my phone... but I can't wait to go home and watch it after all these great comments
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:46 PM   #11
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Did anyone else think Mauer's right wrist shouldn't bend that way on the warm up swings? It looked kind of painful

The only thing I really don't like is the camera switching before the ball hits the bat. Not a big deal, but something I noticed in 09 and hoped they would work on.
Agreed.

Not a big deal by any means but I do agree. If anything, I would like to see a delay in between the contact and the camera change so we could see just a bit of the batter's follow through (see Pro Yakyuu Spirits)

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Old 02-05-2010, 03:49 PM   #12
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That behind-the-pitcher camera is sexy!
EDIT: Oh, and just a note to Russell or someone (and I know the stadiums are locked), but before I saw a screenshot that made me believe the RCF wall says 328 feet instead of what I believe is supposed to say 367 feet. This video confirms that it says 328 still, so if Target Field could be unlocked for just a brief second to change that, we'd be rockin'!
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The only thing I really don't like is the camera switching before the ball hits the bat. Not a big deal, but something I noticed in 09 and hoped they would work on.
I noticed that too...certainly doesn't take away from what looks to be an absolutely, UNREAL game...but it is noticeable.

A little too quick on the cut from one angle to RTP.
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Thanks! Looks amazing...just one little thing and maybe it's just me or the video itself.

But doesn't it seem the change in scene (from the batter swinging to RTP) is a hair too quick???

Does anyone else get that feeling when watching it??
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:53 PM   #15
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Just gotta add my thoughts:

1. Amazing how a subtle tweak to the lighting can make such a big difference. Looks fantastic. Excited to see how it affects progression.
2. Happy to see the crowd looks a little more random. That's one of the very few things that bugged me about 09.
3. New broadcast camera: Are you kidding me?!? Absolutely phenomenal. I can see it will take some time to adjust to fielding near the outfield wall, but once that adjustment is made....wow.
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I can see it will take some time to adjust to fielding near the outfield wall, but once that adjustment is made....wow.
That's the one thing people will have to get used to, but, if I can do it at the event, and I'm an AUTO FIELD/MANUAL THROW player, guys who do MANUAL field will pick up on it quick.

(and just remember, this is BROADCAST view, not RTP. There are still the three standard LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH fielding views WITH RTP)

Needs to be played/seen on a bigger screen also, rather than what we're looking at here as the distance doesn't look so great on balls hit to the outfield.

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