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silvercgn

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3 "What we've got here is a failure to communicate"

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  1. Yeah ofc, thats the point I think there is something wrong! I mean a full overloaded schedule ok. But, no rest day before such a big EC event does not work for me!
  2. Mmh, no rest day before a European Cup game feels wrong for me!
  3. Thats why Kloppo was so excited last time if he was speaking in TV about that full schedule on his team! Ok cool, I realy thought it is a bug or something. So it is totally overloaded because of success! Thank you guys!
  4. Hi Guys, I just wanted to ask you if you have the same issue as me. I am currently playing my first season 2019/2020 with Liverpool in England and am now in April 2020. Since March the schedule in the Premier League has been so full that I hardly have a break between games. That happens to me too: I had on 28.03. a Premierleague game against Chelsea at home. On April 1st I have to play the EF Cup Final against Chelsea in Wembley! Just 1 day off between? The month of March has only 29 days! My next match is on 03.03. in Middelsborough! So I have to play 3 games in 5 days? WTF! Does this Szenario really exist in England at the moment? I mean the the teams have to travel, check in check out Hotel, little rest, training, team meeting ect!? There should have been two days off between the games or!? What is your experience mates?
  5. Why should we close that threat? I mean, we the customer have the oppertunity to tell the publisher what is going on wrong! And we need to tell them if there is something going the wrong way! You know why? Because we love the game! We are the ones who made the FM to the best FM! Because we supported and bought it since decades! So what is wrong to try to communicate on one way with the publisher? Letz hope someone of the responsible guys from SI read that threat and give a report to the big guys from SI! Would be great or?
  6. Hi mates, I wanted to make myself clear about the ME! I bought a Gamestar Plus subscription yesterday for € 6.99. Gamestar is a computer magazine that can be viewed as a magazine or online from Germany. There is actually an interview with McFadden who is responsible for the ME and with Miles Jacobsen! And it's all about the topic! Is the ME a fake and everything staged or not? McFadden says:"There is no scripted gameplay in Football Manager. None. Players complain that their team has scored 15 times but failed to score, and then the opponent suddenly scores in the last ten minutes. That happens ongoing in reality. " Ideally, there is no difference between artificial intelligence and human players when it comes to which formulas the game uses to calculate the results. "The Match Engine doesn't care whether you're human or an AI trainer," McFadden explains. “Both are treated in exactly the same way. The same information is fed in to calculate the match and the same data come out. « But where does the impression of many players come from that the system would defraud them and give the player and sometimes the computer an unfair advantage depending on their mood? Examples range from goalkeepers who roll easy returns through missed penalties to stupid fouls that lead to a game-determining red card. As an attempt to explain, Miles Jacobson points out the unpredictability of real sport, which Football Manager 2019 simulates: »If you play a season in Football Manager, you may need a week to do so. But if you follow a football season in real life, it takes over nine months. If you see the same number of mistakes from such a real football season in a few days, you will of course think something is wrong with the game. ” Because absurd situations, surprising results and hair-raising mistakes also exist in real football life. Jacobson cites the already legendary dropout by goalkeeper Loris Karius in the Champions League final against Liverpool against Real Madrid as an example. Only days before the final, a user had sent him the video of a game in which Karius of all things had made a similar mistake - combined with the complaint that such behavior was completely unrealistic and the game was obviously scripted to the disadvantage of the player. EDIT: Add somethin more informations: For Miles Jacobson, the mistake is not to take the football manager seriously enough: »If the players think like a real coach at this moment, they may not be getting this late compensation anymore. But if they behave as if it were all just a computer game, then there may be a bad surprise. Because we as developers don't think according to the rules of a computer game, we orientate ourselves to reality. And of course it is the case that the underdog in a 0-0 between a small team and a favorite could really try again in the last few minutes and, with luck, get another goal. « How developers advertise their own product is one thing. Another is the perception of the players and what impression this simulation makes on the people who ultimately sit in front of the computer screen and want to lead their favorite club to the top of world football in their free time. In the Steam Reviews for Football Manager 2019, users complain about too many injuries or the sudden failure of strikers in one-on-one. But Miles Jacobson never tires of explaining why any kind of scripting or, as FIFA 19 says, momentum is just an illusion and not anchored in the code. "The Football Manager doesn't do that," Jacobson swears. If your team made 20 shots on goal in one game without scoring, then your players are likely to be quite tired towards the end of the game, both physically and mentally. But people out there tend to forget the mentality at this stage of the game. ” "If in real football a team was always on the offensive and 1-0 five minutes before the end of the game, what will happen? Will the players try to score a second goal, or will they act a bit more defensively and try to take the time to flay? " So let's summarize. McFadden and Jacobsen say that the game reacts as realistically as possible to anything that affects a result! I have to clearly contradict that! Then why do such strange statistics come together again and again? Why has the ME changed so drastically into the negative? The old ME's were was so realistic that you could clearly see all the differences! In my opinion, the ME was completely thrown and destroyed with the change in 3D! Better a 2d gameplay and the most important thing it feels logical and real instead of an ugly 3D graphic! @McFadden and @Miles Jacobsen you guys go the wrong way!
  7. Hello soccer manager friends, I have already read some threads about the disappointing players who are not satisfied with the current 3D-Match-Engine. I played the Football Manager series from the beginning and came across the Champiopnship Manager in 1999. I noticed that the realistic representation of player actions is becoming more and more absurd. It feels like Football Manager 2020 is moving more and more towards EA'S Football Manager! The gameplay is completely disastrous and unrealistic just like in the counterpart by the manager of EA. I loved the Sega Football Manager because it was so realistic. Now the graphics are getting better but still worlds worse than the FM from EA and the gameplay the core of the game suffers so much from it that sensible gaming is no longer possible. The generated 3D games are a disaster! I am so disappointed that I am considering to quit Football Manager Series from now! I think the publisher went the totally wrong way and the game is broken more then ever! What do you guys think about?
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