1000Re: [hockeydisk] BIG APBA-ENGINE QUESTION
- Mar 14, 2001I agree with Jeff in that this would be beneficial, especially considering
the ratings team is already using 1/2 ratings which essentially makes it a
10-point system (although the 1/2s are discarded in the final product).
But I also agree that this is up to Jeff and Dave who have sacrificed
countless weeks getting the game near perfected on the five-point scale. Does
this mean they have to start from scratch?? Is it more work for them??
I'm pretty happy with the game as it is (with the exception of those things
everyone agrees we can't fix without redoing the entire game engine--but
that's life, nothing's perfect). However, if we can make it better without
putting any more burden on the disc team, then I say lets do it.
Jeff Dunlop wrote:
> I voted yes, I think it would allow for much more
> diversity from player to player.
> However, I think it will also create much more work for
> the fine people who spend hours perfecting the disks
> each season.
> So, IMO it is up to the disk creation crew to decide whether
> the extra time it would take would be worth it.
> Just my opinion.
> Jeff Dunlop
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> >Subject: [hockeydisk] BIG APBA-ENGINE QUESTION
> >Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 23:43:08 -0000
> >There is no doubt that #'s higher than 5's do work.
> >My Q is this : How would the APBA engine handle a league with ratings
> >that went from 1-9, rather than 1-5. Would this make for more
> >offense? More defense? More of the same?
> >If more of the same, then it would make for a more realistic sim,
> >creating more diversity in 'types' of players out there.
> >I'm sure the ratings-panel can adjust to have higher ratings.
> >Atkinson? Anybody?
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