Tosh22 wrote: »
45 hang around div 2-3 in rivals,fut founder though so played every year,last 3-4 years have been the worst yet imo.
Don't hold much hope for 20 but i've pre-ordered it anyway (what else can you do)
Wish they would bring bronze and silver tournaments back and breath some life back into bronze and silver market,loved beating gold teams with a mls or scandanavian bronze team..
WarrenBarton wrote: »
33, div 1, g1. I’m probably better now than when I was younger tbh.
I’m still pretty good on games like cod that are all about reactions. And I would be seriously disappointed if I ever go negative on that.
I don’t feel that I’m regressing in anything tbh (other than my hair gradually turning grey 👨🏻🦳)
I’m quite healthy though but on the other side, I took a lot of dodgy pills as a teen so who knows what the future holds.
ManC2020 wrote: »
59 years old here. Couldn't be bothered with WL as my weekends are spent with family.
During the week I do Squad Battles and usually end up Elite 3 or 2. Every now and then do the Rivals games if the objectives are worth it.
Never do any skill moves that I would not of been able to do when I was younger when I played football.
ILevis wrote: »
Lots of people tend to go on about how teenagers have that much better reaction times and because of that will always be better at videogames that older people.
While it certainly is correct that your reaction times get slower over time, the effect isnt that big. And especially FIFA isnt really a game that relies on fast reactions. Its much more about reading the opponent and anticipating his moves in advance.
In my opinion the main reasons why teenagers outperform adults is that they
have much more time to play the game
and are faster learners and in general are more open to learning new concepts. A guy playing FIFA since 15 years will have developed certain habits that might sometimes not be applicable in the newer games and might lower their performance. Younger players have developed much less 'bad' habits and basically learn the game with a fresh mind and in the most optimal way
Mrmad1980 wrote: »
38, gold 2 1700 skill points. I often wonder if younger players have the advantage due to only ever playing with joypads and having the muscle memory from a young age. Where as older players were brought up using joystick . I find some button combinations hard work , especially any think involving R1 and x , triangle, square , circle
Riftydogg1 wrote: »
46 and bang average but that don't bother me. All I can say my first football game was Match of the day on spectrum. What a game. 🤣
pombo77 wrote: »
54 Div 4
I started playing WL this year since they lowered the amount of games to 30 and you could qualify by accumulating points from Div Rivals. Max I’ve done is Gold 3.
My reflexes are not the best and connection can be sucky at times but I keep at it. I enjoy improving my team. I’ve been playing only futbol video games and tennis since the 80’s. I used to play at the arcade called play land in Times Square for hours.
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