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1 Server Disconnect Rules on Wed Aug 12, 2009 3:14 am

BarackLikeMe

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When Playing Against the Computer:

When playing against the computer, there is absolutely no reason to receive a restart. If you lose your connection with EA or your Internet goes off, you can still finish the game and upload the results when the game is finished. You will not receive Season Showdown points, but your game results WILL be reported and uploaded to the server. When the game is finished, hit your PS button on your controller, go to the Playstation Network tab, and then click "sign-in". If your internet connection is re-established, the results will be uploaded. If you cannot get your connection re-established, you will have to leave your Playstation on until that game result can be made. Even if you have to go to work, put the Playstation on pause and finish when u get home. Luckily, we have Playstations so we don't have to worry about Red Rings of Death. Back to a serious point...we can't bend the rules on this or people will just have an excuse for restarts.

When Playing Against A Human:


Peer vs. Peer disconnects can happen sometimes - even if EA has an issue. The rules are as follows: If the game is after the first quarter AND the point difference is 17 or more, you may finish the game against the CPU. Any point differential in the 4th quarter and the game can be finished against cpu. If it is an EA server issue and neither player can continue, or if the previous rules have not applied, then both players must put "Mutual Restart" in their Update Message box. This includes games with lag issues. Sometimes they can be rescheduled (as soon as an hour later) without any problems. It is not 100% foolproof, but we will notice something if someone is taking advantage of this slight "honesty system".

These are the rules for your two applicable game types. I don't want there to be any confusion! Thanks afro

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