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R1, L1 & Fks in WE 10

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by aldeeb2, 23 May 2006.

  1. aldeeb2

    aldeeb2 Non-League

    3 July 2003
    Egypt
    Manchester Utd & Juventus
    did anyone notice the effect of the R1 L1 bottons in Fks??
    After pressing the shooting Botton in a Fk just press L1 botton for an extreme left curve and the opposite will happen when u press R1 for an extreme right curve.
    Try it :)
     
  2. inite

    inite Non-League

    21 May 2006
    c00l, gonna try it later. Sounds very extreme =p
     
  3. Aku_28

    Aku_28 League 2

    7 August 2004
    FC Internazionale Milano
    some one could confirm this theory
     
  4. Zidane87

    Zidane87 League 2

    22 July 2004
    London Blud!!!!
    Real Madrid
    old news happened in pes5, you an example of it in the we9 intro where the japanese player (nakamura) bends one into the top corner

    good spot though!!!
     
  5. snksan

    snksan Non-League

    4 August 2004
    btw, it seems that the opposite shots made by pressing these buttons are not pretty accurate.

    I think it could be usefull against human players. that's all. (coz they see where you aim)

    Big training requierd :)

    Another good point in WE10 FKs is that when you try to get the opposite side of the goal, it s easier than before. (keepers anticipating on the other side excepting good ones)
     
    Last edited: 23 May 2006
  6. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    so you mean, youre scoring fk goals shoting to the opposite side?(not the wall side) casue i couldnt..maybe one, with adriano from the box line...a BOMB
     
    Last edited: 23 May 2006
  7. aldeeb2

    aldeeb2 Non-League

    3 July 2003
    Egypt
    Manchester Utd & Juventus
    yeah i'm scoring goals with it and if the Gk saves the Fk, most of the times it falls in front of my attacker (follower)
     
  8. inite

    inite Non-League

    21 May 2006
    So scoring with ball over the wall is harder now?
     
  9. zoozooka

    zoozooka Guest

    good tips. gonna try it
     
  10. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    well...its been really hard for me to score at the oposite side(non wall side) ..i guess i will kepp trying to score the old way..over the wall..
     
  11. FyNoMeNoN

    FyNoMeNoN League 2

    3 July 2006
    Egypt
    Ahly
    its cool that now u can score in tha non wall side.. more realistic
     
  12. Dolomite

    Dolomite Non-League

    8 May 2006
    i was playing WE9 and made a goal to the opposite side of the wall from 19mts i think, from like the center when you hold L2, aimed and pressed L1+X so my teammate passes me the ball i shoot to the free space, the golkeeper didnt reacted on time

    hehe, it was cool
     
  13. Observer_

    Observer_ Conference

    23 August 2004
    I knew about it, but never tried it. I score a lot from free kicks using only arrows for direction, and for curving.

    How do L1, R1 work in parrarel with direction arrows? I mean, if I am hitting down left to curve the ball on the left top corner, and I press R1, would still that make the ball to curve to the right?

    will give it a shot anyway..
     
  14. Molder

    Molder Non-League

    21 December 2004
    I'm use the :r2: hold + directional pad to shoot curves Fk. Try it, it's very good. The Fk have more efect!.
     
  15. KJK1LL3R

    KJK1LL3R League 2

    1 April 2005
    I though holding R1 made your free kicks more powerful? I thought holding R2 made it a slow dipping free kick. I have never used L1 or L2 for free kicks! I have never noticed this extreme curve to the right! Although I do have the odd free kick that just goes completely to the opposite side that I aimed it to but this happens very rarely & I always use the same buttons! Does holding :triangle: after the free kick is hit make the ball dip more? Also does holding :circle: after the free kick is struck make the ball move faster and make the shot harder?
     
  16. mrshah

    mrshah League 2

    11 May 2006
    The R1 and L1 button is best use for cross-freekick in a position where u usually cross the ball into the centre. Always score a goal with a header, and also score a BEAUTY which could be goal of a summer,but havent upload the vid yet.
     
  17. KJK1LL3R

    KJK1LL3R League 2

    1 April 2005
    In PES/WE games I always held R1 & the direction where I wanted the ball to curl first, then whilst holding these buttons I would then fill up my power gauge & my free kicks where normally quite accurate. Now in WE10 I still use the same technique but I realise that far too many of my shots are being effected by this extreme curl to the right. I dont understand why this is happening as I am already holding R1 before I have filled up the power bar! Also could anybody have an answer to my questions in the post above? Thanks!
     
  18. limeyboy14

    limeyboy14 Guest

    It doesn't make it curl more, it just changes the direction of the original shot. I'm not sure exactly why Konami put this in the game, though I'm guessing it's so you can fool a human opponent.

    :r1: changes the aim to the right, :l1: to the left, :triangle: makes the shot harder, and :x: makes it softer.
     
  19. Radiation

    Radiation Golden Boot Winner

    6 February 2006
    Widnes
    Newcastle United
    it doesnt curl more?

    I took a free kick with Backham last night, i aimed at the right post, then pressed shoot and then after held L1

    The ball curled more then ive ever seen (i didnt press any directions) and ended up going wide on the left side by miles
     

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