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Some shooting and control questions

Discussion in 'Pro Evolution Soccer' started by MegriM®, 7 February 2006.

  1. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Istanbul
    Fenerbahce
    1)
    When shooting (lets say the goal is at right, our player is at left directly facing to the goal) how does pressing up, down, left, right affect the shoot?

    Pressing Up shoots the ball to the up corner of the goal, right?
    Does pressing Left make the ball lift?
    And pressing right shoots the ball to the center of the goal?

    I'm confused. What about up/right down/right up/left down/left?

    2)
    At freekicks can you give curve when you shot with UP+Shoot or DOWN+Shoot? It is hard to give curve with respect to Shoot and Shoot+Triangle styles.

    3)
    I use Type 5 for crosses. To cross the exact point i want. I can adjust the cross power as i want but i have problems when directing. If i use analog stick, can i cross to more accurate direction? Because you have 8 possible directions from D-Pad, is it more when using analog stick? Or the same?

    1st question is important for me. I have problems when shooting from 30-40 meters.

    Thanks
     
  2. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Istanbul
    Fenerbahce
    Last edited: 7 February 2006
  3. Androctonvs

    Androctonvs Discovered The FK Bug

    30 November 2003
    Portugal
    SL Benfica
    Yo.
    I think that the D-Pad directions are the 8 directions you have, when facing the goal as if you were really on the field.
    For your example, a player shooting a right/down shot will get you a low shot to the right post (if not with exaggerated power) and a up+left will get it to the upper left corner.
     
  4. Zygalski

    Zygalski Ninja Samurai

    2 February 2003
    London, UK
    England
  5. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Istanbul
    Fenerbahce
    Zygalski,

    I've read the thread and here is what i understood:

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    My player is at C.

    While shooting pushing UP, UP+RIGHT: To the corner 1
    DOWN, DOWN+RIGHT: To the corner 2
    RIGHT: To the center of the goal

    What about UP+LEFT, DOWN+LEFT and LEFT?
     
  6. Radolno

    Radolno Non-League

    9 October 2003
    I don't know if pushing "backwards" (left in this case) on your d-pad when shooting does anything.
     
  7. Zygalski

    Zygalski Ninja Samurai

    2 February 2003
    London, UK
    England
    Not sure why you want to continue the discussion in this thread when the other one has far more useful information in it. Ask in the other thread and someone will be able to answer you. There's no real point in having multiple threads about shooting. Best to keep all the knowledge and answers in one thread.

    I never use the back directions when shooting. As mentioned in the other thread.
     
  8. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Istanbul
    Fenerbahce
    You'r right Zygalski. I'll post my next message to the other topic.
     
  9. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Istanbul
    Fenerbahce
    I think pushing backward while shooting, floats the shot. But i'm not very sure.
     
  10. gorillaunit

    gorillaunit Pro 5 enthusiast

    9 February 2005
    hope this helps, this is just through my own playing, but give it a try

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  11. MegriM®

    MegriM® Fenerbahce Fan

    17 August 2003
    Istanbul
    Fenerbahce
    Wow! Fantastic diagrams gorillaunit!

    I'm gonna try them, thanks very much.
     
  12. gorillaunit

    gorillaunit Pro 5 enthusiast

    9 February 2005
    thanks, i forgot to say that these work best when running normal.
    no r1 or r2 dribble
     

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