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Old 08-08-2010, 10:00 AM   #9
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versuz2. youtube him. that the one i use.
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Old 08-08-2010, 11:53 AM   #10
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game styles have nothing to do with football because if you are playing sim football the only "gamestyle" that should come into play is what playbook you are usinh
In my opinion, certain things can very widely between users, such as how they use hot routes to find holes in the defense, how quickly they read coverages, how well they see running lanes, how they use lead-passing & sprint & protect the ball, etc. So I do think there are variables from user to user.

A little off-topic, but I have developed two new habits from playing on Heisman, those being running a lot from the goal line formation (PSU has a package with three backs in a triangle which is really fun to use) and also hot routing my backs/TE into blocking on passing downs since the CPU seems to want to blitz constantly.
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Old 08-08-2010, 01:14 PM   #11
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The simple reason there are so many sets is because there are so many playing styles, and people have different strengths and weaknesses. You really have to read about each one and try them out, then tweak it until it fits your own style. There is no magical slider set that makes it perfect for every person. This gets especially tricky when designing one for an OD, as there are 12 people involved. You have to cater towards the common denominator. For instance I like a very tough CPU and human running game with a bit softer passing game, but I have had to make adjustments to the sliders to meet the needs of other members as well as I can.

Cool..Thanks. But, I mean really...How many different playing styles could one have on NCAA? You run, you pass, you play defense. I have a different idea as to why there are so many slider sets and it has nothing to do with styles of play. There is no reason why there should be so many sets that have the computer AI at different settings. It seems that it could be narrowed down to at least 3 by now.

Anyways....Thanks to the guys that actually shared which sliders they use. As I asked.
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Old 08-08-2010, 03:14 PM   #12
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Cool..Thanks. But, I mean really...How many different playing styles could one have on NCAA? You run, you pass, you play defense. I have a different idea as to why there are so many slider sets and it has nothing to do with styles of play. There is no reason why there should be so many sets that have the computer AI at different settings. It seems that it could be narrowed down to at least 3 by now.

Anyways....Thanks to the guys that actually shared which sliders they use. As I asked.
It was a two part question. I answered part 1 "why so many sets?". People saying "use this set" without some reasoning aren't helping. For instance "this set is great if you prefer a lot of passing and have trouble running" etc etc.

Perhaps "style" isn't the right word, but the point is people have varying abilities, as well as preferences. The slider sets I see here vary wildly.

I use my own set http://www.operationsports.com/forum...lider-set.html which gives the CPU some teeth. But I've seen harder sets. It's geared toward my own strengths and weakness (good runner, average passer, bend but don't break style defense) plus testing with an online dynasty for the last few weeks. As with all the sets here, you might love it, you might hate it. You might be 10x better than me and find it too easy or dislike how the CPU can light you up if you're not a careful defender.
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