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  1. Sorry, they're in the Rockies... I thought I forgot about a state but couldn't think of which one it was. Thanks.
  2. Oh, it can be from ANY year. Even as far back as the early 1900s.
  3. While I'm thinking about it, I wanted to know what you guys would want to see as far as the NCAA Football covers for the "crEAtion" series. What I had in mind is multiple covers for different regions. (example: the Northeast gets an Army vs. Navy cover / Texas gets an Earl Campbell, Texas Longhorns cover, etc.) Any ideas for who should be on the cover for these regions? Could be one athlete or two... a coach... rivalry... anything related to the school. - Northeast (Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Mass., Conn., New York, New Jersey Pennsylvania) - Mid Atlantic (Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, D.C.) - Great Lakes (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin) - Midwest (North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa) - Southeast (Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky) - Florida - Texas - Rocky Mountains (Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Montana) - West (California, Hawaii) - Pacific NW (Alaska, Oregon, Washington) 1 cover for each region. Open to ideas before I make them. I'm still working on FIFA, with MVP Baseball and Madden coming up first. But I wanted to get your input before I do anything. It will be done in the same style as my FIFA cover:
  4. One big positive from these rebrandings.... at least the opening themes are pretty good.
  5. The "Live" in SmackDown IS forced, but I don't expect to see it for more than a year.
  6. Thanks. And I'll get to that in the seating options (1st Level)
  7. INTERIOR / Field Shape The first step in creating your stadium is marking the shape of the field, separating the pitch from the seating. This will effect the capacity, noise, and "intimidation factor". (btw, ignore "Goal Design". I'm changing that...) The options: Generic 1 - all seating sections are curved into seeing the pitch. Example: M&T Bank Stadium Generic 2 - The four directional sections of the stadium (N,S,E,W) are curved with sharp corners. Example: Metlife Stadium Generic 3 - The ends are straight and the sides are curved. Example: AT&T Stadium Bowl - classic bowl shape. Example: Cotton Bowl Donut - completely circular stadium. Example: Melbourne Cricket Ground Straight Edge - Straight sides, curved ends. Square - Straight sides and ends. Example: Anfield Octagonal - 8 straight sides. Example: Miami Dolphins Stadium Philly - Basically the shape you would see in most modern NFL stadiums. Example: Lincoln Financial Field Ultramodern - 8 sides, but in a different orientation. Example: Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta Baseball 1 - Pitch is oriented north to south, from 1st place to center field. Baseball 2 - Pitch is oriented to somewhat face one of the baseline sides of a ballpark. Oakland - Baseball stadium, designed to match the O. Coliseum in Oakland. You can also add a track to your stadium (except for the baseball options) and it can add to your capacity, but take away noise and "intimidation factor".
  8. So I guess this means new stages...?
  9. Nope... it's the real deal. http://heavy.com/sports/2016/07/wwe-news-monday-night-raw-smackdown-live-new-logos-logo-images-picture-photo-revealed-debut/ http://twitter.com/WWE/status/756589745623425025/photo/1
  10. Don't know if anyone's seen these, but: Each respective previous logo:
  11. I was just using SPFC as an example, but I didn't really think of the stadium being "primary" or "secondary", but it could be be included for Season/Franchise purposes. That last sentence you typed actually brings up something else... has FIFA ever included past stadiums in their games? If not, it would be a good start and PitchBuilder could incorporate it. Good question.
  12. I've already PM'ed my responses, but for San Antonio... DEFENDERS. It's just too perfect.
  13. 4 screens on the side... like what you have in Miami.