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curling and controlled shots

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by only1ronaldo, 7 August 2005.

  1. only1ronaldo

    only1ronaldo My Season My Style

    4 August 2005
    Real Madrid
    I'd like to add some curl on freekicks, corners and such, but pressing -> or <- like in previous editions doesn't seem to work. How do I do it in WE9?

    As for controlled shots, I don't have a clue when to use them :-s And when I get clear opportunity to shot I do that shot with holding :square: halfbar then :r2: and usually it goes wide 5metres higher or it's very weak groundshot.

    So how do you use it? And when to be specific.
     
  2. FlawlessCowboy

    FlawlessCowboy Stunted

    5 July 2004
    Coventry, UK
    Funny you should make this topic, cause I just pulled this off in a game:

    http://www.savefile.com/files/9011952

    It looks as close to a curling shot to me! I just did a controlled shot (:square: - :r2: ) and this animation happened. It might not be so clear in the video, but alot of spin was put on the ball. Thoughts?
     
  3. Puschkin

    Puschkin League 2

    30 July 2005
    Krapina, Croatia
    Real Madrid, Dinamo ZG
    hm...When I want to add some curl to my freekicks, I just press -> or <- and it works, the ball curls where I want. I do not know why you cant do it. As for the R2 controled shot, I use it when my 6. sense tells me to use it :) there is no unique advice on when and how to use it. Maybe when you go with your striker on goal, and you try to shot, but from position from which is hard to score, like if you run to goal from your left or right wing. This is one situation. I am using it when I am heading direct to the goal, and if I see that there is no chance to score a regular goal, I fill the power bar to half, press R2 and my striker sends the ball in the top corner with style :)

    not much, but hope it helps ;)
     
  4. Sulph

    Sulph Goodbye...

    28 September 2003
    I still prefer the R1 shots though, or you can just press no button and just square and the direction!
     
  5. bryan

    bryan Guest

    thin we need more practice :)
     
  6. Higgs

    Higgs Guest

    Use :l1:&:r1: curl on freekicks. Really.
     
  7. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    i curl with d-pad.
    i checked in training mode becouse i red as ^^ to curl with R1 or L1.

    and i curl with right or left on d-pad
     
  8. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    maybe R1 or L1 curls the ball on controled shot?
     
  9. ixhunter

    ixhunter Guest

    D pad - curls before the ball fly..
    R1 and L1 after the shot. (only on free kicks).
    the right anlog stick doesn't curl anymore (shame to konami).
     
  10. Sulph

    Sulph Goodbye...

    28 September 2003
    Whats this Triangle and X thing on free kicks?
     
  11. lumlum

    lumlum Premiership

    3 August 2003
    MUFC
    I don't think that :L1: & :R1: curl the free kicks (not sure though), I think they just change where you aim the shot. It could be used to fool your opponent, but I don't know why you'd do that.
     
  12. Sulph

    Sulph Goodbye...

    28 September 2003
    Is the L1 and R1 thing only from WE9?
     
  13. sg-40

    sg-40 Guest

    I've read that pressing Triangle or X during a freekick make the ball dive after the wall. I think it has the same effect as R2 used to.
    But as I haven't the game yet, I haven't tested...
     
    Last edited by a moderator: 8 August 2005
  14. lumlum

    lumlum Premiership

    3 August 2003
    MUFC
    The :l1: and :r1: thing is only in WE9.
    If you hold :triangle: while shooting the FK it will have the effect that pressing up used to, and :circle: does the same thing that down used to.
    I still haven't tested FK sufficiently but that's what I've found so far.
     
    Last edited: 8 August 2005
  15. Sulph

    Sulph Goodbye...

    28 September 2003
    Ive scored a few crackers from FKs on the computer..
     
  16. RuneEdge

    RuneEdge Silent Assassin

    1 October 2003
    Turn around, I'm right behind you...
    Manchester United
    This L1/R1 thing doesnt make sense cuz if you bring in a second kicker, L1 controls that second player.
     
  17. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003

    you might be right!
    i red about this somewere...
    i'll check and we'll find out ;)
     
  18. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    i've checked and...naffin' !
    L1 and R1 makes NOTHING with free kicks
     
  19. Ashed

    Ashed 01000001011100110110100

    29 January 2003
    Bangkok, Thailand
    Manchester United
    It does do something. If you press :l1:, your free-kick goes way left. Opposite for :r1:.
     
  20. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    i'm in training and nothing like that happens
    or maybe you talking about crosses from FK?

    if not say haw to do it and WE will check it
     
  21. The_Analog_Kid

    The_Analog_Kid Non-League

    17 September 2003
    The following comments are about Freekicks only, and I may be wrong about them, since everyone has theories on freekicks and what works for each person. By the way, I haven't tried the controlled shots yet... Well then, back to the freekicks, wasn't R1 supposed to be a "hard/strong" shot, with more power but less curling? I always hold R1 when I take Freekicks from distances greater than 30m... If I remember correctly, R2 is used for softer shots with lots of curl. Well, that's the way I play it. Oh, and curl using the D-Pad.
     
  22. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    in exechange of R1 is TRIANGLE now.
    for R2 is X, but in some ways R2 works little diffrent. it is use full but a lil' less.
     
  23. fatman_scoop

    fatman_scoop League 2

    8 August 2004
    Scotland
    If you press R1 with a free kick doesnt it make your player drive it towards goal, whereas if you press R2, its a weaker more accurate shot? this was the case for PES4/WE8 anyway.
     
  24. bryan

    bryan Guest

    is no more the case for WE9 :) L1 for the ball to go left. R1 is the other side.
     
  25. acillatem

    acillatem Conference

    2 August 2005
    portugal
    Sporting
    how do i take difrent types of freekicks i mean in we8 you have to press select then make a shor pass with r3 do the player, how is the combination now?
     
  26. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    do you have WE9?
    if not: stay calm and do not teoretizaite on stuff like what i will be pushing when i gonna have free kick...

    if yes: go to training mode, check PES 5 manual, and then ask if you still don't get it...
     
  27. Sulph

    Sulph Goodbye...

    28 September 2003
    I cant seem to get to grips with the L1 and R1 during Fks.
     
  28. Mauras

    Mauras Premiership

    7 October 2002
    about controlled shots I still have my doubts:

    1) Does it only work if you hold R2 AFTER square while the gauge is filling?

    2) Or does it also work if you are already holding R2 when pressing square? (cause sometimes those shots also seem "controlled", specially when near the keeper)
     
  29. spoon71

    spoon71 been there done that

    10 November 2003
    i think it works when u prass right after and when you holding it
     
  30. Sulph

    Sulph Goodbye...

    28 September 2003
    So you mean when the gauge is on? The orange bar?
     

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