Post by oldschool55 on Mar 12, 2011 19:58:19 GMT -5
Started my on line experience today So keep that in mind. Here are some of my observations. There is no connection between the game table and your fed..so that feature is like with cards on the table only not as good. The help feature takes me to a GO DADDY buy this domain page..that is no help at all. In the simulate mode if you try to run a Battle Royal only the first two wrestlers selected wrestle and then as a singles match. There is no way to form factions. In the simulate mode there are no managers, allies ever involved in the action. I read the bug reports thread. A lot of the bugs listed are still there a year later. "Why can't I summon Bobby Eaton" there in the bug report when you have selected a wrestler from one set you can not summon a wrestler with the same number from another set..bug fixed...try again still does it on mine. In the simulation mode the titles are all COTG titles..I have the Legends version. I am very disappointed. So tell me is it me or is everyone having the same experience?
I found that with Legends if I created a fed myself named Legends and included every legend in it, that's the way to go. Added bonus, I don't have to know which set they were in and I can include Andre and Dark Menace without having to click them individually in the locker room.
As far as the simulator, I don't know I never use it.
I'm not completely sure, but if you do a Battle Royal you have to include more people yourself. Like I said I don't use the simulator, sorry.
Oh and I quit using the my fed feature, just because I felt it took more time then writing the results in my notepad on the computer while playing.
Post by marktaggart on Mar 13, 2011 4:23:41 GMT -5
I enjoy using online becaue it can simulate exactly the card and dice experience on my screen when I'm away from the cards or somewhere it's not convenient to take them. That's all I wanted, and I got that. Others are looking for a more automated or video game playing experience and it's just not that. I would suggest people sign up for a demo account before purchasing. Check it out that way and see for yourself if it's to your liking.
Here are a few answers to some of your stated problems/concerns:
As far as battle royals go, there's a "Battle Royal simulator" on your drop down menu that will give you exactly what you are looking for. If you want to add that to your card in card editor, what you can do is, when setting up a card you can select "add segment" and title it "battle royal", then paste in the results from the battle royal simulation.
For championships, go to "customize" in your drop down menu, slect "manage non-official titles", then create whatever belt you want. After you do that it'll be availible to you on the card editor just like all of the pre-created titles.
As noted in the post above, if you create a custom roster (again, in the "customize" tab at the top) you can put everyone and anyone you want to use in your roster and avoid the problems you describe.
I don't use the simulator because I prefer to play out the matches. I know there are a lot of problems with it though, and I think a lot of the unique card mechanics really don't fit into the simulator at all. I'd imagine Filsinger Games probably in hindsight should've just not even offered that feature to begin with until/unless all the bugs were worked out. It would've saved about 75-percent of the complaints about the product.
Last Edit: Mar 13, 2011 7:11:03 GMT -5 by marktaggart
Post by Tiberius Cota on Mar 14, 2011 18:39:20 GMT -5
I think the sim is a very useful tool for a federation. I don't like rolling out every single match of every single card. Personally I like to hot spot on wrestlers I like or storylines that intrigue me. At the same time I don't want to ignore wrestlers that aren't currently sparkling in my eye. The sim allows me to include them but not have to dedicate enormous amounts of time to them. That's how I get my enjoyment from the game and the sim is a large part of that.