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Old 04-21-2020, 12:50 AM   #1
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Crowd reaction

Why doesnít the crowd this year react to plays on the field. Iíve noticed that they donít really react to much during the middle innings. The first inning they do but their reactions drops off to nothing.
Be it a routine defensive out, or ripping a double in the gap there is no reaction

Anyone notice this ?
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Old 04-21-2020, 02:11 AM   #2
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One thing that's bugged the hell out of me since at least last year is the crowd's reaction to home runs. About as dead as a modern day WWE crowd. I just play without sound now or have it at the most faint of volumes. Why have audio on if a game tying home run at home in the 8th can barely register a heart beat?

Since they don't have any outstanding competition in the States, here's a comparison from outside:



I guess this video is a home run compilation from what I can gather, maybe showcasing the cut scenes you can get? I'm not sure, but it's home runs none the less.



Now here's the Show:



As someone who's seen his fair share of home runs at Fenway, I can tell you, the entire stadium is rocking when someone hits one. This is terrible.
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Old 04-21-2020, 08:52 AM   #3
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100% itís so dead. The system on how they trigger crowd reaction has never been great but this year itís awful.

The crowd should react to every ball hit in play and cheer if it drops in for a hit or while in flight during a no doubt double to the gap.

But I agree home runs feel DEAD
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One thing that's bugged the hell out of me since at least last year is the crowd's reaction to home runs. About as dead as a modern day WWE crowd. I just play without sound now or have it at the most faint of volumes. Why have audio on if a game tying home run at home in the 8th can barely register a heart beat?



Since they don't have any outstanding competition in the States, here's a comparison from outside:







I guess this video is a home run compilation from what I can gather, maybe showcasing the cut scenes you can get? I'm not sure, but it's home runs none the less.







Now here's the Show:







As someone who's seen his fair share of home runs at Fenway, I can tell you, the entire stadium is rocking when someone hits one. This is terrible.


I think terrible is a pretty big overreaction (par for the course on OS)..... itís not nearly as bad as u are making it out


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Old 04-21-2020, 09:51 AM   #5
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I think terrible is a pretty big overreaction (par for the course on OS)..... itís not nearly as bad as u are making it out


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That's fine, you're entitled to that opinion. I think it's terrible, at the very least I expect much better than what it currently is. I expect allot more from SDS. I'm sure you've been to a baseball game in real life, have the crowds you've been a part of been as dead as in that video when someone has hit a home run?
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That's fine, you're entitled to that opinion. I think it's terrible, at the very least I expect much better than what it currently is. I expect allot more from SDS. I'm sure you've been to a baseball game in real life, have the crowds you've been a part of been as dead as in that video when someone has hit a home run?


Ya itís louder in real life for sure but to say itís terrible is just being dramatic..... thereís situations it should be better but itís not game breaking


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Ya itís louder in real life for sure but to say itís terrible is just being dramatic..... thereís situations it should be better but itís not game breaking


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Never said it was game breaking. It's immersion breaking, though. For a company that prides itself on realism by putting out the CoCa Cola sign in the left field of Oracle they don't do a good job with the crowd sitting in front of it. But we can agree to disagree on it being terrible, it's just 2 differing opinions on the matter, no more no less.
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Ya itís louder in real life for sure but to say itís terrible is just being dramatic..... thereís situations it should be better but itís not game breaking


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My opinion bro, I say its not good/borderline terrible if they donít react to a game tying homer or walk off homer. If this works for u and makes u enjoy the game then cool, but for some itís an immersion killer just like the homerun camera which I despise.

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