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Fry Crayola

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    Games development and obscure football. One day I promise to combine the two.

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  1. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    I massively appreciate the work the modders put in, but the general approach Konami have to editing isn't ideal. At least the more leagues they do add, the more options we have. I can't have the Scottish and German leagues in PES 2018, but now I probably can. That's always a positive to me, and if we could expand to having more than one custom league running simultaneously, even better. For me, and for Gossi's Welsh dream.
  2. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    They've announced seven new licensed leagues, with two more to come: Danish Superliga Portuguese Liga (already in the game, but unlicensed) Belgium Pro League Swiss Super League Scottish Premiership Argentine Superliga (also in the game, unlicensed) Russian Premier League (exclusive license) That's a very positive step, but the absence of the Bundesliga in any form is still a glaring omission. Perhaps it's one of the two remaining leagues and they're holding off announcing it until a later date, or perhaps they've just not got it. I'm very much in tune with the possibility space here. Unless they've lost any leagues, this makes 11 European leagues (up from 5) and 3 South American. Still a fary cry from FIFA's count, though, and I do wish they'd extend downwards as well as out - two more tiers of English football would be rather sweet.
  3. Fry Crayola

    Oculus Rift (VR Headset)

    I dunno - it being a seated and fairly understandable experience compared to something like Aircar seems to help. At Christmas I had about six or seven people having a first VR go at various states of inebriation, and nobody seemed too daunted by it.
  4. Fry Crayola

    Football Thread 2017/18

    My alternative reading: a reporter asked Wilshere if he has anything to offer and should be in the squad, and Wilshere gave a positive answer. It's hardly likely he's going to say, "nah, I'm shit mate." It's just a few positive, self-confident quotes, he hasn't "spouted off" unless he set up meetings with the reporters himself. Edit: or he did it via Twitter. Which he did. So... er... kinda as you were, although I wouldn't be as harsh on him as you are. Wouldn't pick him either, mind.
  5. Fry Crayola

    Football Thread 2017/18

    England lose to the Netherlands 6-5 on penalties in the U17 Euros. No red cards, though.
  6. Fry Crayola

    Football Thread 2017/18

    It's an I, not an L, Sean.
  7. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    I've left winger who bombs up and down the pitch for 90 minutes and aside from being a bit lethargic with his sprinting at the end, he's never injured. I sometimes wonder if it's a squad size thing, as I've just enough to fill the bench, but if that's the reason, it's daft.
  8. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    You lucky bastard.
  9. Fry Crayola

    Football Thread 2017/18

    All I know is this isn't as funny as Antti Niemi.
  10. Fry Crayola

    Football Thread 2017/18

    Yeah, and two friendly caps for the full squad. He switched last season to play in the Africa Cup of Nations.
  11. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    I have 1s, 2s and 3s in the squad, and have never seen so much as a single player get hobbled on or off the pitch, for my squad or the AI.
  12. Fry Crayola

    Football Thread 2017/18

    No, he's Ivorian.
  13. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    I'll tell you what is fucked up - a total lack of injuries in four seasons of my Master League.
  14. Fry Crayola

    PES 2019

    Ah, you meant supported digital. I thought you meant it doesn't have analogue control at all. Directions are fully analogue, for example.
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