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EASHL Player Attributes Too Low?

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  • eric57664 wrote: »
    eric57664 wrote: »
    eric57664 wrote: »
    eric57664 wrote: »
    Where did you say or imply? Since you don't know what you're typing, I'll quote you.
    There is a difference between lousy programming and "glitches".

    Post your game. It's always the complainers that never want to show their play. You're the one with issues so show us your issues (raw gameplay) and we'll tell you why.

    Thanks.

    The only issue I really have is that without the puck, I can't move my player side to side (strafing etc) while facing up the ice even though the play is behind me or anywhere else. I know why I'm unable to do so because it's NOT efficiently possible. I can "tap" my player to do so a tiny bit but he'll eventually pivot/turn and during gameplay I don't have time to carefully "tap" my player to do so and he doesn't move quick and far enough.

    I also already posted a raw video of myself playing a period of a drop in game in a thread on this board showing something similar. Go find it yourself. Or post an instructional video of how to do what I want to do without the puck during an drop in game yourself.

    If I say I can't do something as simple as making a hard boiled egg, you don't need a video to see what I'm doing wrong and if you're so willing to teach me how to do so oh great one then it would be easier for you just to provide that instruction video instead.

    Go into "free skate" mode.
    Leave the puck behind your net (bottom of the screen)
    Go stand in the slot area in front of that net.

    Now face up the ice and at the same time move quickly a few feet to the right and then back a few feet to the left. Do this while not having your player pivot and/or turn in any direction besides facing up the ice.

    It's not possible!

    In real life anyone that can skate can easily move side to side while always facing one direction. Yet in this hockey game, nobody can.

    Where's the video? Don't tell me to go find it. I'm not searching page after page for it. Direct me.

    And it's called precision skating. Learn how to use it. It is very effective.

    I'll post it for you again.



    Where is yours?

    And I'll reply it for you again.

    Lololol. Brazenhead. Now that's funny. The same video you posted a few weeks ago showing everyone that skating is fine and "you have no issues facing the play."

    Remember?

    Uhhh what happen now? Did a rock fall on your head?
    Seriously, I'm baffled. Did you forget what you did with that same video a few weeks back? Lol.

    You wanted a video so bad so I used the same one.

    Where is your video scrub?
    eric57664 wrote: »
    eric57664 wrote: »
    eric57664 wrote: »
    Where did you say or imply? Since you don't know what you're typing, I'll quote you.
    There is a difference between lousy programming and "glitches".

    Post your game. It's always the complainers that never want to show their play. You're the one with issues so show us your issues (raw gameplay) and we'll tell you why.

    Thanks.

    The only issue I really have is that without the puck, I can't move my player side to side (strafing etc) while facing up the ice even though the play is behind me or anywhere else. I know why I'm unable to do so because it's NOT efficiently possible. I can "tap" my player to do so a tiny bit but he'll eventually pivot/turn and during gameplay I don't have time to carefully "tap" my player to do so and he doesn't move quick and far enough.

    I also already posted a raw video of myself playing a period of a drop in game in a thread on this board showing something similar. Go find it yourself. Or post an instructional video of how to do what I want to do without the puck during an drop in game yourself.

    If I say I can't do something as simple as making a hard boiled egg, you don't need a video to see what I'm doing wrong and if you're so willing to teach me how to do so oh great one then it would be easier for you just to provide that instruction video instead.

    Go into "free skate" mode.
    Leave the puck behind your net (bottom of the screen)
    Go stand in the slot area in front of that net.

    Now face up the ice and at the same time move quickly a few feet to the right and then back a few feet to the left. Do this while not having your player pivot and/or turn in any direction besides facing up the ice.

    It's not possible!

    In real life anyone that can skate can easily move side to side while always facing one direction. Yet in this hockey game, nobody can.

    Where's the video? Don't tell me to go find it. I'm not searching page after page for it. Direct me.

    And it's called precision skating. Learn how to use it. It is very effective.

    I'll post it for you again.



    Where is yours?

    And I'll reply it for you again.

    Lololol. Brazenhead. Now that's funny. The same video you posted a few weeks ago showing everyone that skating is fine and "you have no issues facing the play."

    Remember?

    Uhhh what happen now? Did a rock fall on your head?
    Seriously, I'm baffled. Did you forget what you did with that same video a few weeks back? Lol.

    You wanted a video so bad so I used the same one.

    Where is your video scrub?

    And what exactly am I suppose to look at? I didn't see any attempt to use precision skating. Go learn it. It's very useful and effective.

    You're blind then.

    Come on scrub, where's your video of you being so great and effective using TPS as you claim you are and can?

    Go learn precision skating. Do you even know how to strafe the blueline while facing forward? It's funny when a bad player can't do something and then calls someone else a noob. How ironic.
  • eric57664
    240 posts Member
    edited January 2017
    Ok. I'm done playing thread tag. Just post in the other one.

    And you called me a scrub multiple times. So unless it's true that that rock actually fell on your head, maybe pick up a thesaurus and try using that after you figure out what precision skating is.
  • eric57664 wrote: »
    Ok. I'm done playing thread tag. Just post in the other one.

    And you called me a scrub multiple times. So unless it's true that that rock actually fell on your head, maybe pick up a thesaurus and try using that after you figure out what precision skating is.

    Until you post a video of you doing what I simply requested from you that you claim you can do all the time, then you're a liar and a scrub!

    Go to other thread. Try to keep up. You get lost easily.

    (From other thread. "Here boy. Come here.")
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