Yeah it is, did you look at the other ones? that's what in-game will look like. Quite an improvement ehOriginally posted by Wally@Dec 22 2004, 10:31 PM
That can't be in game graphics can it?
Because a huge part of it is being able to see, and control action as it plays out on the field........(unlike many soccer management games).Originally posted by woodie@Dec 23 2004, 12:18 AM
hmmm. why have they spent so much time on in game graphics!? its a management game. think ill be sticking to FM2005
Late FebruaryOriginally posted by Muse_Cubed@Dec 23 2004, 01:01 AM
Excellent work on the stadiums. Take note Swordfish and EA...
Originally posted by NZL fan
....and yes this game covers all the major countries, International comps and domestic comps.
I don't think it's Aussie. It is sort of the same design as Suncorp and has the right amount of tiers.Originally posted by umosay@Dec 23 2004, 02:11 PM
No, i mean't it was Aussie stadium... looks the same as PRM04. How did you get suncorp out of that? lol
Suncorp has straight seating across the top, check that curve in the top, thats definately aussie stadium... i've played prm04 and that is the same...Originally posted by umosay@Dec 23 2004, 01:31 PM
Thats aussie i think, but it looks like an old shot if those new screens are anyting to go by
Ummm, prm04 was the first one, released at the start of this year, prm2 is the sequel, formally known as prm05.Originally posted by Wally@Dec 23 2004, 04:01 PM
P.S. Wasn't PRM04 the original name of PRM2, before it got changed?