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Development sheet is actually really good

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer' started by timsmith10000, 17 September 2006.

  1. timsmith10000

    timsmith10000 LEICESTER CITY!

    18 August 2003
    Leicester
    I remember when pes5 was coming out all that changed in the master league was an improved development sheet.

    Thing is I have played about 9 seasons and the 1st time I looked on and actually studied it was yesterday.

    I think it's a really good feature as it gives you an idea on whether new signings really going to make the grade.

    For example I have marcos assuncao and his stats were staying the same, but on the development sheet it indictated that there would be a huge fall. So I quickly exchanged him for a new bright star.

    Just these little things in the game which you don't necessarily think are big - can be if you look at the bigger picture.

    Probably most useful if loan a player and then sign him depending on his future.

    I hope they enhance this feature further \\:o/
     
  2. Professor Nutmeg

    Professor Nutmeg ML Fanatic

    3 July 2002
    Master League
    I never look at that, as i feel it ruins the game. I judge by what i see on the pitch and/or in training, like a real manager would.
    I'll sell a player because he doesn't make the grade or fit into my plans/system, not because of some "crystal ball" stat sheet.
     
  3. simmon

    simmon Non-League

    12 May 2005
    Then, you would hyde even the player's skills, like speed, acceleration, stamina, etc, isn't?
    Because you don't have to choose them reading a list of characteristics, but observing their behaviour in the pitch, and during the matches...
     
  4. timsmith10000

    timsmith10000 LEICESTER CITY!

    18 August 2003
    Leicester
    Good point simmon.

    Yeah surely if you don't want to see this you shouldn't be able to see the players stats and rely on scouts, taking chances etc.

    Maybe there should be a hide stat option
     
  5. Professor Nutmeg

    Professor Nutmeg ML Fanatic

    3 July 2002
    Master League
    Stats essentially give you a general idea of a player's ability. Yes, i will look for certian abilities for particular positions, and even age, but it ends there. I don't look at graphs/curves, or how they will perform in the future etc.
    I would actually welcome an option to hide stats, however it would have to be implemented with something i've been asking for, for a while now, such as a "Trial option" or "Loan with option to buy" option within the Master League mode.
     
  6. djoole

    djoole Non-League

    12 April 2006
    I've seen many times players that outperformed their stats, as well as those who underpreformed in ML and friendlies with human opp. So basically is more about how certain player suits your style of play than how he is rated... To a certain extent, because there is no way that 60 avg player will outprefrom so much, that he reaches slump of a 90 avg player.
     
  7. zeemeister

    zeemeister foxy engine

    8 September 2006
    Cape Town, South Africa
    Albiceleste/Blaugrana
    I agree it was an excellent idea by konami.

    Have you noticed how quickly CPU players develop?
    I usually try to loan out youngsters whenever I can. It really ups the stats.

    The only thing that gets me is the inability to improve specil abilities. Maybe a new ability for every 10 goals scored is an idea.
     
  8. marsmanic

    marsmanic Patchin' N00b

    1 May 2006
    Morecambe!
    Blackburn Rovers!
    Before i buy a player i try use them at there real team in a friendly game, and change the teams formation to my master leagues
     
  9. Damo7

    Damo7 Mersey Red Boy

    26 April 2005
    Chester
    Liverpool FC
    lol u lot take it very seriously ;-)
     
  10. Stringer Bell

    Stringer Bell Banned

    12 February 2005
    London
    The same as me.
     

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