aceshigh Posted May 5, 2013 Share Posted May 5, 2013 Hey there guys, some of you have said that the sliders value actually change when you input them from "All-star" difficulty, rather than "Rookie" (which is what I've done). Could anybody tell me what the difference is? Does the game become any "easier"? I'll explain my problem: I'm late into my franchise with the Yanks (still using NoFakeNames Roster v.5) and so far I've been 65/50 more or less on my own sliders, but lately something is not going the way it should and I've been through a rough 3-week long stretch with the cpu CONSTANTLY hitting for double digits (around 14/18 hits per game), and my team is almost always shutout. I rarely get any hits and I only happen to score on homeruns (yeah, that part is pretty close to reality, I know ). As a result I'm 4-15 in the last 3 weeks. Now, I haven't touched the sliders at all until now, when I did touch up some settings (the user batting contact was 20 and I put it up to 30, and I lowered the CPU contact to 60, from 65) but nothing has changed. It's really getting ridiculous. I understand that some games are just destined to go wrong, but three straight weeks of shutout baseball isn't really close to reality... Thanks in advance Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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