I use the Windows 10 Game Bar/Xbox DVR thingy. It didn't work for the longest time, but I changed some setting, (it was either turning VSync on on Fire Pro or dropping the DVR framerate down from 60 to 30. Maybe both? I can't remember.) and I even have the "record last 30 seconds" background recording working now.
I downloaded a very cool WM XIX collection from Workshop and thought it would be cool to simulate an actual real Royal Rumble 2003. I had exactly the same entrants (except for one which wasn't in the pack, I put Chuck Palumbo instead as it wasn't anyone important) in the same order as the real one. Let's just say it didn't go like the real thing lmao. Christopher Nowinski entered at number 3 (like in real one) but here he was insane, eliminating 13 edits and actually winning the Rumble (first time I had someone win after pretty much starting the match). And his last opponent was Goldust who eliiminated Brock freakin' Lesnar and then him and Nowinsiki had a very dramatic ending where one was trying to throw out another but they kept holding on. Crazy stuff. Haha Of course it was also move eliminations so it's obvious it went pretty random, but man. :D
Well, after countless sims with my Teresa Tanaka edit (the first creation I make in EVERY wrestling game), I finally saw what I wasn't sure was possible.......hitting the Five-Star Frog Splash on an opponent in the middle of the ring!
About 15 minutes in, I see her put the opponent down halfway between the north and south ropes, but then she did her pre-top rope taunt then move towards the turnbuckle and I was like "no, she wouldn't.....she couldn't...." Well, SHE DAMN SURE DID! Maximum range......beautiful hangtime.......that awesome sell of the self-injured ribs......and enough time to finish it with the pin for the win!
I'll put it like this, the move (her finisher) is renamed "Fluffy Flying Squirrel Splash" because it's SUPPOSED to send her sailing through the air like that. Well, despite hitting the move about once per sim, I'd never seen THAT kind of distance on it and needless to say, it finally lived up to that name!
Post by Senator Phillips on Aug 22, 2018 22:52:56 GMT
I was looking through my screenshots to grab my screen of Walt Callahan's four attires when I came across this gem that I simmed a while back during Phil Mercury's test phase.
I remember that Geese was horridly dominant through the early going, and it seemed like it was going to be a steamrolling, until Phil finally started making his comeback later on, probably fifteen minutes in, landing his repeated diving elbows and some kicks. It still seemed like Geese was one move away from victory until Phil landed the Sheer Heart Attack corkscrew moonsault, resulting in what you see above.
More of a feel good moment than "crazy" moment. So I was having my fictional promotion, RELOAD, do a show with NOAH. The event turned out to be fantastic, with 4 out of 6 matches getting a 97% rating and above. I guess I'll post the event sometime in a different thread but I wanted to mention one match that I particularly enjoyed. It was between TARU and Yoshinari Ogawa.
For those who don't know, Ogawa's moveset is extremely basic, relying on quick pins. The match was in the midcard. I didn't expect that much out of it but I was hoping for Ogawa to win as it would fit the storyline.
Ogawa. the home crowd boy, was indeed trying to steal a win with a pin attempt here and there but it was mostly TARU kicking Ogawa around and just being a heel in general.
It really seemed like the end for Ogawa when TARU hit his Sumo Driver on the outside. Instead of getting Ogawa back into the ring, TARU climbed in himself and started taunting the outraged fans. Ogawa somehow managed to slide back in, with TARU still facing the fans, grabbed him from behind and hit his finisher Backdrop Hold for the 3 count! Obviously, this was the first time in the match he managed to do that move.
A perfect midcard match and a true feel good moment :)
So I'm doing a tournament to determine to the two top contenders for the IWGP Heavyweight Championship and the absolute WAR that Ishii and Kojima just had that ended in a 30 minute draw was one for the ages. Holy shit this game.
FPWW - Ran a tag tournament, which included Misawa and Kobashi vs. Suzuki and Sabre, Jr. (first round) - Sabre, Jr. criticals (verb usage) Kobashi 1:18 into the match. Unexpected and sweet. Suzuki and Sabre, Jr. went on to win the tournament and the IWPG Heavyweight belts.