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Game tips/hints request: Hardball III

 
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KAN
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 1:51 am     Post subject: Game tips/hints request: Hardball III Reply with quote

Folks,

I've been trying Hardball III recently, and I found timing your bat is very easy in training mode. All I have to do is wait until the ball is about at the same level with the batter's head, and then punch Enter. Such thing usually guarantees contact.

Things, however, is much different during the actual play (even in Exhibition). Timing the bat proves much more difficult, and even if the ball is on the same level with the batter's head, it doesn't guarantee a hit.

Worse, I cannot adjust training's difficulty level to match that of actual game.

So, any tips or hints in order to make contact with the ball during a game? Also, how about pitching?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 9:30 am     Post subject: Reply with quote

Moved from 'General Gaming' to where it belongs.
As for your questions, no idea, sorry, not my kind of game ...
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