How Telling is This?

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So I was struggling with the last moment in the Snell program with Gallo vs Darvish.

For the life of me, I could not keep the cutters I squared up fair. Other pitches, so many would just good/ok to the track or be popped up or just flat out missed. My timing was all over the place. Early on cutters, late on curveballs, early on curveballs, late on fastballs, early on two seamers...

Just now I switched to directional and hit back to back no doubt home runs.

How telling is that?

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Directional has always been better for moments, and probably against the CPU in general. It is still bad online though

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Yeah, it’s just really poignant to see how success comes easier when I just surrender completely to an input which relies solely on rng to determine outcome.

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@halfbutt said in How Telling is This?:

Yeah, it’s just really poignant to see how success comes easier when I just surrender completely to an input which relies solely on rng to determine outcome.

This is poetic.

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This afternoon, I played MTO on veteran for a couple hours, playing through some playoff rounds. I finish up with one round, get the future star moment unlocked for that team because of it and go try to knock that out quick. When you play one mode for a while and then switch to a different mode (even though it's all the same difficulty) it's stunning how different the game will play.

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I've had to switch to directional for homerun moments before - especially if the pitcher always through low in the zone.

Its actually how I got Ichiro in 19 as I just couldn't hit a home run with him with zone after over 100 times trying. I switch to directional and within a few tries I hit the home run.

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Yeah, I finally beat the 3rd inning showdown last night after going to directional.

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