View Full Version : the most Amazing skill!!!

17-11-2003, 20:30
while in training perfecting the instep flick up air control. I did the most UNIQUE SKILL on PRO yet. :D
i controled it aforementioned, pressed ??? and a few jigs of the dpad then...
IMAGINE the analog flick but while the ball is in the air. then on the first on the bounce up. he laces/flicks the ball up litterally vertically out of the screen amazgingly high. a couple of times i've flicked it up to about the hight of the studium. The ball hieght varys depending on your timing.

has anyone ever done this? :p

18-11-2003, 00:03
your explanation of how you performed it is not really clear, can you clarify?

18-11-2003, 02:31
you have no idea what you did then? not surprised, while I was playing the other night my guy did a kanu type side flick with the inside of his foot and knocked the ball out of play. It's kind of like a cryuff turn without the turn if you know what I mean. Perhaps I never saw it properly but it did look like that anyway.

18-11-2003, 02:53
Bugs, maybe?

tom pain
18-11-2003, 05:09
I managed to do a crazy skill which I saved. The ball was going out of play on the touchline so I ran my player towards it. Just before it bounced out he ran in front of it and flicked it behind him with the heel of his right foot at about waist height and it rolled straight along the line. Hard to explain but it looked very cool.

18-11-2003, 07:27
I know what he's talking about, one of my friends did it to me the other day. Not on purpose i don't think, i was so shocked i didn't click replay in time!

20-11-2003, 20:10
i do know know how to do all the time, but just like everthing else it all about timing and positioning and crative thinking(bit of luck since i didn't know it existed).
the most unique skill by a margin
i still get a hard on every time i do it.
i need to get out more... but pes3 is always at home. ahwell

25-11-2003, 03:42
A lot of the turns on pes3 are simply just by turning in a different direction .eg the flick over the head thing. I think it just depends on the skill of the player to do most of the fancy turns.