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# 1 Rules @ 09/06/10 04:07 PM
The game looks good but take a look at around the 4:20 mark.

John Terry (Chelsea) gets a yellow for a play that happened earlier in the game at the 3:20 mark. Then to top it off, Chelsea (Blue) still gets to take the throw in???
 
# 2 electrickeeper @ 09/06/10 04:26 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rules
The game looks good but take a look at around the 4:20 mark.

John Terry (Chelsea) gets a yellow for a play that happened earlier in the game at the 3:20 mark. Then to top it off, Chelsea (Blue) still gets to take the throw in???
Yeah, they do.

The ref played the advantage for Lyon, so they don't get the ball back once the card is given.
 
# 3 nccomicfan @ 09/06/10 05:18 PM
Just like rl..Didier Drogba is too fast,too big and too strong..loved that whole sequence leading up to the goal

Last two minutes were great and had a nice flow..which was a relief to me the the first part was just a disjointed series of interceptions and dispossessions
 
# 4 Matt10 @ 09/06/10 06:21 PM
I have no problems with this video, looks like the user played on a harder level for once.

Would love a video of a different camera angle - then it will truly look like what we see irl.
 
# 5 Rules @ 09/06/10 06:48 PM
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Originally Posted by electrickeeper
Yeah, they do.

The ref played the advantage for Lyon, so they don't get the ball back once the card is given.

Take another look at the video. Once advantage has been offered to Lyons, the foul goes away! Therefore there should not have been a card issued. Also, note that Chelsea gained control and moved the ball up the field before Lyons kicked it out. Then the ref issued a card once the ball was out. The call is wrong at all levels!

This is definitely not correct and hopefully this will not happen in the final build!
 
# 6 electrickeeper @ 09/06/10 11:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Rules
Take another look at the video. Once advantage has been offered to Lyons, the foul goes away! Therefore there should not have been a card issued. Also, note that Chelsea gained control and moved the ball up the field before Lyons kicked it out. Then the ref issued a card once the ball was out. The call is wrong at all levels!

This is definitely not correct and hopefully this will not happen in the final build!
So you're saying that when a players commits a yellow card-worthy foul, and the referee plays advantage on said foul, the offending player avoids any card?
 
# 7 steeluk @ 09/07/10 01:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Rules
Take another look at the video. Once advantage has been offered to Lyons, the foul goes away! Therefore there should not have been a card issued. Also, note that Chelsea gained control and moved the ball up the field before Lyons kicked it out. Then the ref issued a card once the ball was out. The call is wrong at all levels!

This is definitely not correct and hopefully this will not happen in the final build!
Dude, this is a totally legitimate call. Terry commits a yellow card worthy foul, but as Lyon keep possession, the referee allows play to continue. The ref must now wait until the ball goes out of play before he can discipline the player. It happens in football all the time.
 
# 8 thurstones @ 09/07/10 01:44 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rules
Take another look at the video. Once advantage has been offered to Lyons, the foul goes away! Therefore there should not have been a card issued. Also, note that Chelsea gained control and moved the ball up the field before Lyons kicked it out. Then the ref issued a card once the ball was out. The call is wrong at all levels!

This is definitely not correct and hopefully this will not happen in the final build!
the advantage call made here is exactly the same as in FIFA 10, there's nothing wrong with it at all. As electrickeeper said, a yellow card worthy foul was committed and advantage given. At a break in play, the ref got out the yellow.
 
# 9 demencia_total @ 09/07/10 04:14 AM
I loved this video. Funny thing is that it actually comes from playing the AI instead of another human. I really gotta give it to the team on this one, its one of the few games where the AI looks good without actively "cheating" constantly. I liked how Lyon was fairly conservative in sending their men forward while playing Chelsea, since in previous games every club would send almost everyone to attack no matter the situation. I hope that the sliders this year have more on an impact, because I haven't felt much of a difference in play styles since they were introduced.

The only thing that really gets me is the fact that its still very easy to make clean interceptions on the dribbler. I wish there were more collisions when meeting a dribbler head on instead of just cleanly swiping the ball with no contact whatsoever.
 
# 10 Randiesel75 @ 09/07/10 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by thurstones
the advantage call made here is exactly the same as in FIFA 10, there's nothing wrong with it at all. As electrickeeper said, a yellow card worthy foul was committed and advantage given. At a break in play, the ref got out the yellow.
I agree, advantage given.
 
# 11 KG @ 09/07/10 09:57 AM
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Originally Posted by demencia_total
I loved this video. Funny thing is that it actually comes from playing the AI instead of another human. I really gotta give it to the team on this one, its one of the few games where the AI looks good without actively "cheating" constantly. I liked how Lyon was fairly conservative in sending their men forward while playing Chelsea, since in previous games every club would send almost everyone to attack no matter the situation. I hope that the sliders this year have more on an impact, because I haven't felt much of a difference in play styles since they were introduced.

The only thing that really gets me is the fact that its still very easy to make clean interceptions on the dribbler. I wish there were more collisions when meeting a dribbler head on instead of just cleanly swiping the ball with no contact whatsoever.
Agreed.

And that yellow on JT should have been given much earlier. After JT's pushes the Real player off the ball, the Chelsea player (I think Lampard?) gains possession and makes an errant pass. I guess he didn't have possession long enough for the game to register it.
 
# 12 Rules @ 09/07/10 03:45 PM
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Originally Posted by KG
Agreed.

And that yellow on JT should have been given much earlier. After JT's pushes the Real player off the ball, the Chelsea player (I think Lampard?) gains possession and makes an errant pass. I guess he didn't have possession long enough for the game to register it.
I will look up the direct rules from FIFA.
 
# 13 Rules @ 09/07/10 04:07 PM
The referee may play advantage whenever an infringement or offence occurs.
The referee should consider the following circumstances in deciding whether to
apply the advantage or stop play:
• the severity of the offence: if the infringement warrants an expulsion, the
referee must stop play and send off the player unless there is a subsequent
opportunity to score a goal
• the position where the offence was committed: the closer to the
opponent’s goal, the more effective it can be
• the chances of an immediate, promising attack
• the atmosphere of the match
The decision to penalise the original offence must be taken within a few
seconds.
If the offence warrants a caution, it must be issued at the next stoppage.
However, unless there is a clear advantage, it is recommended that the referee
stops play and cautions the player immediately. If the caution is NOT issued at

the next stoppage, it cannot be shown later.
 
# 14 Rules @ 09/07/10 04:12 PM
Disclaimer:

So from my previous marks towards the video with the foul is not valid as you guys are on the money!

Non Disclaimer:

I still think it is messed up Dumb rule: should stop play once possession is lost to card instead of waiting for the ball to go out. If my team screws up like that, we will immediately go into possession for the next 30 minutes hoping the ref forgets lol.
 
# 15 electrickeeper @ 09/07/10 04:22 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rules
Disclaimer:

So from my previous marks towards the video with the foul is not valid as you guys are on the money!
Apology accepted.

I keed, I keed.
 
# 16 Blzer @ 09/07/10 04:29 PM
The flow is much better than years past, but it seems a little more hectic. Either the play speed feels too quick or the players are overaggressive and don't seem to fatigue.

Regardless, I'm excited for a demo!
 
# 17 Rules @ 09/07/10 04:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Blzer
The flow is much better than years past, but it seems a little more hectic. Either the play speed feels too quick or the players are overaggressive and don't seem to fatigue.

Regardless, I'm excited for a demo!
This video does seem faster than the previous Chelsea video that has been posted. I think once we move to manual passing and slow the game down with the speed slider, it will be more authentic.
 
# 18 carnalnirvana @ 09/07/10 10:07 PM
i loved that the back 4 held their depth( i know if he was spamming the pressure button) but defensers seemes aggressive....

however........

until they introduce a walk feature for the cpu its pointless for me to play this game. its a race on goal as soon as the cpu gets the ball.

this game in no way represents football IMO. when a LB first pass is to a striker i know its not football...

too much sprinting, counter attacks need to be few and far apart, i want to see more mid fielders hold possesion and advance wayyyy slower with their team as a unit,

i didnt see anything disticnt about the cpu(personalities), about the 4:05 mark the cpu in the box how about passing it back out the box reposition and get it backbut no we get the infamous circular dribble until a shot opens up

this is not football
 
# 19 Matt10 @ 09/08/10 05:11 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by carnalnirvava
i loved that the back 4 held their depth( i know if he was spamming the pressure button) but defensers seemes aggressive....

however........

until they introduce a walk feature for the cpu its pointless for me to play this game. its a race on goal as soon as the cpu gets the ball.

this game in no way represents football IMO. when a LB first pass is to a striker i know its not football...

too much sprinting, counter attacks need to be few and far apart, i want to see more mid fielders hold possesion and advance wayyyy slower with their team as a unit,

i didnt see anything disticnt about the cpu(personalities), about the 4:05 mark the cpu in the box how about passing it back out the box reposition and get it backbut no we get the infamous circular dribble until a shot opens up

this is not football
Car - your work with the formation integration for fifa 09/10 was sublime, and needs some praise.

I agree with everything you've said and definitely believe a walk button (or utilization) needs to be inputted. The game of football is a lot more like chess than people think. The problem is the creators also know this is not "attractive" football.
 
# 20 KG @ 09/09/10 08:39 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by carnalnirvava
i loved that the back 4 held their depth( i know if he was spamming the pressure button) but defensers seemes aggressive....

however........

until they introduce a walk feature for the cpu its pointless for me to play this game. its a race on goal as soon as the cpu gets the ball.

this game in no way represents football IMO. when a LB first pass is to a striker i know its not football...

too much sprinting, counter attacks need to be few and far apart, i want to see more mid fielders hold possesion and advance wayyyy slower with their team as a unit,

i didnt see anything disticnt about the cpu(personalities), about the 4:05 mark the cpu in the box how about passing it back out the box reposition and get it backbut no we get the infamous circular dribble until a shot opens up

this is not football
I agree. Maybe the new fatigue implementation will help curb this but I think it's an issue with game design. Honestly, aside from some new animations (1st touches mainly) the game looks eerily similar to WC.
 

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