What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

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What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Corwin86 » 21 Dec 2013, 22:39

Hi,

I have a simple question: I'm playing as "Pro"-"10", as I've read in the game's guide that "Pro" is the "real" difficulty mode.
So, in "Pro", what level from 1 to 10 i must set to set the "real" difficulty?
I tried 4, but it seems a bit too low, 10 is too much, I think, so, the optional choices are from 5 to 8... :)

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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Hele. » 22 Dec 2013, 01:31

Well, it depends on you. I'm also playing pro because it said it is supposed to be most realistic. Once you get more skilled (better player) it will be easy to beat even top players. But I do not like how top players are great at master and incredible model (cause it is not so realistic). Co, I tried to make my life more difficult and set to elite skill (it makes you to make more mistakes). But it applies to CPU too (to make fair match) so CPU is also more mistaking so I would say - 10 but with elite controls. ;)
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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Corwin86 » 22 Dec 2013, 01:55

Thanks for the answer :)

I pretty feel that this game is the most accurate (now talking) about tennis mechanics and... I don't know... "characterization" of opponents :D
Every CPU player is quite unique.
However, maybe is me, with a player at the start of his career, but I like when the opponet play well... a little less when a decent player about 200 at world start to hit the side lines a little too often... bit I also understand that this is WHY the game is always quite new and nice to play (and I've tried Virtua Tennis 4, that is not bad, but too console-style for me, and I prefer greatly TE... it would be a dream having TE with the graphic of VT...).

In some way, I like when my player "lose", so I can have more fun, but Pro-10-Elite is too much for me :shock:

Maybe the developer can answer, about what he think is the "perfect" real setting (Pro-10, Pro-5, Pro-6...) or some other player :)
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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Corwin86 » 22 Dec 2013, 02:13

Hey, I tried Elite command... the game is way much realistic, also for the opponents :D

Ok, I don't make great winner anymore, but also the opponent have more error and less ace, and incredible winners!

Ok, now... how I can make the CPU get more Ace from me? Is it for the spin of the ball? I quite often make some decent 190-200 near-line hit, but I rarely (one at game...) make aces...
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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby manutoo » 22 Dec 2013, 04:56

Corwin86,
just set the difficulty that gives you the most fun...

Aces => topic15-9016.php .
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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Corwin86 » 22 Dec 2013, 18:52

Ok, thanks, also for the link about aces :)
In fact, I have the CPU getting many errors on trying to counter, not so many aces.
Pro-10-Elite seems good for me.
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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Yasin Ozkan » 28 Dec 2013, 12:07

I mostly play on Pro lvl 10. It's good.
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Re: What is the "perfect" medium difficulty mode?

Postby Lucian86 » 28 Dec 2013, 13:53

For the "advanced" difficulty mode I suggest to play with "elite" controls somewhere at "Master 5-8". It's very realistic as well. I gave up playing at "incredible 1" level. Although I was able to win many matches, it was extremely hard to beat the top guys, Nadal above all. I was competitive but the CPU was making so few mistakes that in the long run I was losing most of the times. Every point played was a battle. Nadal was just impossible to beat..Never did actually at incredible 1 level
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