Discussion in 'LGNCAA PSN' started by WilloMan, Jul 17, 2004.
Online LEague Setup
They look sweet, especially the part about the trades
I am not registered there...should I be? :?
hell yea. I CAN TRADE...ok too hyped. Comish has approval on the trades though.
The scoreboard section looks as sweet as Tris's work on this site though .
nope dont need to be just follow the link and enter the user name and password to view.
Not unless you registered, but I already was, they are the official forums for the ESPN Video Games. All it has is a link to the actual test page, so the direct link to that can be found here:
You have to log in under PS2, as the XBOX Live doesn't work yet.
Who's username/password is that?
Only thing is that you dont see for how long the injuries is gonna keep the player from playing.
Atleast you can setup Tournaments. Hopefully things dont go smooth during release day. No hicups online so that we can run some quick tourneys and stuff.
Damn, will we use this site for the scoreboards??? I mean it is all on that Sega site =P~
probly it can get transfered here like the Links scoreboards from XSN thing that Tris did/does
I want to have Sega's baby... This game is going to rule. Thanks for the Link once again.
Yea, all that stat tracking, trades, injuries, is all gonna rock!!!!!!!!!!
LatDogg, that pw is just a random account they set up so that we all could see how it works
Yea, I figured but wasn't sure.
Could this render Tris's software useless? Will LG's still be used?
Nope, we still need forums and I'm sure we still need most of his scoreboard stuff. This just might make what he does a lot easier.
Right, but that would track everything, even individuals and not have to take down stats? I mean forums yes, but maybe we wont need an NFL calc?
Possibly, we need to see how reliable this is though...like if it goes down, messes up stats, ect.
I think it may flop but we'll see.
I don't see many problems with stat mess ups really, but also, hopefully not much down time like there was with XSN. I wonder how long after the release date for ESPN until this service is unveiled. I remember XSN had like a good 2 or 3 days before hand.
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