Player Nationalities and Statistics

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August 29, 2007 15:49

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When we go to the page that shows the attributes of our players it would be nice to have some links so that the wage and value were changed by players nationality (with the little flags – we certainly need more color in the game) and previous club…

It would also be nice to have other link with statistics (goals scored, assists, cards, rating, etc)



August 30, 2007 08:39

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dont you like the little flags? it was very nice in ms, even when you clicked the player they had the little flag! We need more color in the game, less text more graphics – this point matters.


August 30, 2007 08:57

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I agree with you alexandre. The statistics are fundamental, it helps me choosing the line up for example.

To have the flags back would be nice too. And speaking of nationalities don’t you think it is a little bit unreal to have a team only with players of one country?


August 30, 2007 08:59

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yap, in the beggining we should not have only players with the nationality of the country their team is…


August 30, 2007 09:06

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Flags and statistics for the players will certainly be added. Teams have only players from the same country due to the way they’re generated, teams and players are generated when the country is generated, so we don’t know in advance all the countries we’ll have.

I’m sure you’ll buy foreing players to your teams during gameplay, I already have one ;)


August 30, 2007 09:14

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yes gabriel, but this is not good because brazilian players are the best in the game, and brazilian teams are the best in the game.

in reality brazilian players are the best, but brazilian teams suck. Are you understanding? i think you should redesign this situation


August 30, 2007 09:30

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in the beginning there is not much we can do about that, because brazilian players have to be generated on brazil. also, our world is a little bit utopic, because brazilian´s economy is comparable to england, for example. If we wanted to really reflect brazilian reality on our game, we would have to put brazilians teams to start on bankruptcy.


August 30, 2007 10:16

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Should the stadiums of Brazilian teams be smaller when the real game starts? To balance the situation. Brazilian teams would need money to buid their stadiums and teams from Europe would want to buy their players. What do you think?

And, by the way… I still have not had any league matches so I do not know how much money I´ll be making at Italian division. I just started wondering if it would be better or not to have a bit smaller stadiums in Europe too, even for bigger clubs.

Big clubs in a good countries always have the advantage because of better youths than the small teams from worse countries. I don´t know yet but I am slightly afraid of the game becoming too easy if money keeps pouring in… The fun in the game is when it is not too easy…

But we´ll see about that with this beta test and I am sure you guys know what to adjust before starting the “real” dimensions.


August 30, 2007 10:18

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I mean too easy for anyone starting with a top team in a good country and on the other hand too difficult for someone starting with a bottom team in Albanian. 2.nd division, if you know what I mean.


August 30, 2007 12:31

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I agree Toni, as you said, we’ll find out how economy goes during Beta 1. To be honest, we did not test it intensively, so it may become unbalanced quickly.

The stadiums suggestion is interesting. Depending on our economy results we may use that or simply let everybody start with the same stadium size. First we have to figure out how stadium increasing will work.


August 30, 2007 12:41

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and i dont know if i am really comfortable with an effort to make our game reflect the reality. I am much more comfortable with the idea of the players doing a good job with better balanced conditions at the beginning. later, the good job may reflect on better youths, better economy and who knows what else (maybe even country development).

or maybe i dont want to be constantly reminded that brazil´s economy sucks. :)


August 30, 2007 18:09

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I know you’re brazilian and you want to see brazil rock but Europe must be more attractive that south america to the managers and players…

Copa libertadores should give less money than champions league also…


August 30, 2007 19:15

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Maybe when we implement different ticket prices for different competitions and match importance we can take care of that. But if you think about it, if most managers take european teams and improve them, their countries will slowly develop (when we implement country development, of course) :-D