Electronic Arts 14633197600 Video Games User Manual

FIFA 13 MANUAL
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COMPLETE CONTROLS
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SETTING UP THE GAME
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PLAYING THE GAME
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GAME MODES
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SONY ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK
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FIFA 13 MANUAL
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VIRTUAL PRO
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CUSTOMISE
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TEAM MANAGEMENT
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PRACTICE ARENA
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COMPLETE CONTROLS
NOTE: The control instructions in this manual refer to the Classic configuration. Once you’ve
created your profile, select CUSTOMISE > SETTINGS > CONTROL SETTINGS to adjust your
control preferences.
Attacking
Dribbling
Move player/Jog
left stick
Sprint
> (hold)
Stop ball/Shield
left stick (release) + >
Stop ball and face goal
left stick (release) + <
Dummy (when receiving ball)
< (hold)
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Dribbling (Cont.)
Send teammate on a run
< (double tap)
Skilled dribbling
< (hold) + > (hold)
Pace control (when in possession of ball)
< (hold)
Knock on
right stick
Skill move modifier
right stick + < (hold)
COACHING TIP: Shielding
To protect the ball from your player’s marker, release the left stick and hold >. Your player
will get between his marker and the ball, and try to hold him off.
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Shooting
Shoot/Volley/Header
A
Finesse/Placed shot
<+A
Chip shot
<+>+A
Fake shot (in opposition’s half)
A (hold), then S
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Passing
Choose direction of pass/cross
left stick
Short pass/Header (hold to pass to further player)
S
Lobbed pass (hold to determine distance)
F
Through pass (hold to pass to further player)
D
Bouncing lob pass
>+F
Lobbed through ball (hold to
pass to further player)
<+D
Give and go
<+S
Trigger run from pass
< + S (double tap)
Fake lob
F (hold), then S
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COACHING TIP: Give and Go
To initiate a one-two pass, press S while holding < to make your player pass to a nearby
teammate, then release < and move the left stick to continue his run. Press S (ground
pass), D (through ball), F (lobbed pass), or < + D (lobbed through ball) to immediately
return the ball to him, and time the pass perfectly to avoid conceding possession.
Ball Control
First touch (while receiving the ball)
right stick (hold for more distance)
Cancel pass/shot
<+>
Free Move
< (hold) + > (hold)
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Crossing
Cross (hold to determine distance)
F
Low cross (within cross zone)
F (double tap)
Ground cross (within cross zone)
F (triple tap)
Early cross (outside cross zone)
<+F
Early low cross (outside cross zone)
< + F (double tap)
Early ground cross (outside cross zone)
< + F (triple tap)
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Skill Moves
Hold < and move the left stick or right stick (depending on the footwork) to perform the
following skill moves.
NOTE: The controls listed below assume that the controlled player is moving vertically and
should be amended depending on your player’s direction.
Skill Moves
Body Feint
right stick Z (flick)/right stick X (flick)
Step-over
right stick C, Z/right stick C, X
Reverse Step-over
right stick Z, C/right stick X, C
Ball Roll
right stick Z (hold)/right stick X (hold)
Drag Back (standing only)
left stick V (flick)
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Skill Moves (Cont.)
Heel Flick
right stick C (flick), V
Flick Up
right stick C (flick), C, C (flick)
Roulette
right stick V, Z, C, X/
right stick V, X, C, Z
Fake Left & Go Right
right stick Z, V, X
Fake Right & Go Left
right stick X, V, Z
Heel to Heel Flick
right stick C (flick), V
Simple Rainbow
right stick V (flick), C, C
Advanced Rainbow
right stick V (flick), C (hold), C (flick)
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Skill Moves (Cont.)
Feint Left and Exit Right
right stick Z, V, X
Feint Right and Exit Left
right stick X, V, Z
Elastico (requires high skill level)
right stick X, V, Z
Drag Back Fake and
Exit Left (standing only)
left stick V, X, V, Z
Drag Back Fake and
Exit Right (standing only)
left stick V, Z, V, X
Heel Chop (running only)
right stick O, O/right stick U, U
Scoop Turn (standing only)
right stick O, O/right stick U, U
Hocus Pocus
right stick V, Z, V, X
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Skill Moves (Cont.)
Triple Elastico
right stick V, X, V, Z
Ball Roll & Flick (running only)
right stick X (hold), C (flick)/
right stick Z (hold), C (flick)
Sombrero Flick (standing only)
right stick C (flick), C, V
Turn & Spin
right stick C (flick), Z (flick)/
right stick C (flick), X (flick)
Ball Roll Fake (standing only)
right stick Z (hold), X (flick)/
right stick X (hold), Z (flick)
Rabona Fake (sprinting only)
F/A, then
S + left stick V
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Skill Moves (Cont.)
Ball Juggle (standing only)
> (tap)
Sombrero Flick Backwards
left stick V (hold)
Sombrero Flick
left stick Z (hold)/left stick X (hold)
Around the World
right stick clockwise/counter clockwise
In Air Elastico
right stick X (flick), Z (flick)
Flick Up For Volley
left stick C (hold)
T. Around the World
right stick counter clockwise, C (flick)
NOTE: In FIFA 13, players are capable of many more flicks, tricks, and skill moves than are listed
here! Get out on the pitch and start experimenting, and then put those skills to use!
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Defending
Defending
Move player
left stick
Switch player
< (tap on release)
Directional player switch
right stick
Sprint
> (hold)
Press
S (hold)
2nd defender press
A (hold)
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Defending (Cont.)
Sliding tackle
F
Jockey
< (hold)
Running jockey
< (hold) + > (hold)
Jockey press
< (hold) + S (hold)
COACHING TIP: Running Jockey and Jockey Press
If an opponent is moving quickly, hold < and press > to control your defender’s speed
and allow position him for a tackle. If you don’t want him to dive in using the Press control,
hold < and press S to Jockey Press. Your player keeps his opponent in front of him and
doesn’t commit to a tackle. Then, at the first sign of a bad touch, release < to make him
move in for the ball.
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Goalkeeping
Charge
D (hold)
Move/Aim kick or throw
left stick
Throw (while holding the ball)
S (hold to pass to the further of two players)
Drop kick (while holding ball)
A/F
Drop the ball (while holding ball)
D
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Set Pieces
Direct Free Kick
Aim
left stick
Shot (hold for increased power)
A
Lob pass (hold for increased power)
F
Add spin to ball (while powering kick)
left stick
Change kick taker
>
Call lay-off man
<
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Direct Free Kick (Cont.)
Lay-off man shot
<+A
Lay-off man pass
<+S
Jump wall (defense only)
D
Move wall (defense only)
</>
Charge kick (defense only)
S
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COACHING TIP: Adding elevation and spin
To add elevation to your shot, power it up for longer (but beware of overpowering) and move
the left stick to add sidespin, topspin, or backspin. Topspin can be employed to bring a ball
down quickly (e.g., after it has cleared the wall).
Goal Kick
Aim
left stick
Lob pass (hold for increased power)
F
Ground pass
S
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Throw-In
Aim throw
left stick
Short throw (to nearest player)
S
Manual short throw
(in direction you’re facing)
D
Long throw
F
Switch receiver
<
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Corner
Lob cross (hold for increased power)
F
Add spin to lob cross (while powering kick)
left stick
Low cross
F (double tap)
Ground cross
F (triple tap)
Call for a short corner
<
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Penalty Kick
Aim shot
left stick (hold to aim further in any direction)
Driven shot
A
Finesse/Placed shot
<+A
Chip shot
<+>+A
Dive (goalkeeper only)
right stick
Move on goal line (goalkeeper only)
left stick
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COACHING TIP: Penalties
Aiming: By default, your player starts aiming at the middle of the goal. From the moment you
start powering up for a shot, you can hold the left stick to move the aim anywhere inside the
goal. The longer you hold the left stick in any particular direction, the farther your player’s shot
goes in that direction. Be careful with how long you hold the left stick, as letting go too soon
results in a shot closer to the middle of the goal, and holding it for too long causes your player
to miss the goal.
Saving: Committing to a save direction early allows your goalkeeper to reach farther and save
shots close to the corner of the goals. However, diving farther to the side makes it more
difficult to save shots aimed toward the middle of the goal.
If you think the kick taker is going for placement rather than power, you can try to react to the
shot by holding the right stick in any direction after the ball has been kicked.
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Be A Pro: Goalkeeper
Attacking off the ball
Call for/Suggest pass
S
Suggest through pass
D
Suggest cross
F
Suggest shot
A
Toggle camera target
SELECT
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Defending own box
Dive
right stick/left stick/S (hold)
Auto-position
< (hold)
Slow movement facing the ball
left stick + <
Charge/Punch
D (hold)
Dive at feet
F
Anticipation save
<+>
2nd defender press
A (hold)
Toggle camera target
SELECT
Sprint
>
COMPLETE CONTROLS
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COACHING TIP: Be a Goalkeeper
Experiment with different levels of Save Assistance (Assisted, Semi-Assisted, and Manual) to
find what is right for your play-style and skill level.
Touch Controls
Use the touch controls to take shots, free kicks, throw-ins, penalty kicks, and corner kicks. You
can also use touch controls to make passes and switch defenders.
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Shooting
To take a quick shot on goal, simply touch the goal on the touchscreen. The longer you hold the
touch, the more powerful your shot is.
You can also use the rear touch pad to take shots. Think of the entire rear touch pad as the
goal, and touch where you want to aim. Your aim indicator is a solid dot that changes color
according to your shot meter. After you have taken a shot, the results indicator, displayed as a
crosshair, shows where the ball ended up.
Keep in mind that the defensive pressure combines with the direction and speed of your dribble
to determine the accuracy of your shot.
NOTE: When using touch controls, the white icon in the top center of the touchscreen indicates
that your fingers may be resting on the rear touch pad. You can only trigger the rear touch pad
shooting controls in the offensive third of the pitch when your fingers are not resting on the rear
touch pad.
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Free Kicks
To take a free kick, align the camera to face the direction you want to kick, and then swiftly
drag your finger across the touchscreen. As soon as you touch the touchscreen, your player
begins powering up for the shot. You can track his power with the colored line. The type of
curve you draw on the touchscreen determines the bend and topspin. Keep in mind that a
right-footed player can bend the ball better to the left than to the right. The opposite goes for
a left-footed player.
To take a free kick with the rear touch pad, simply touch where you want to aim your kick. The
rear touch pad allows you to aim directly at the goal, but if there is a wall in the way, consider
using the touchscreen to curve the ball around the defenders.
Throw-Ins
Touch where you want to throw the ball to perform a throw-in. If your player has the Long
Throw-in or the Giant Throw-in trait, then he can throw the ball farther than others.
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Penalty Kicks
Use the touchscreen to make perfectly composed penalty kicks. Time your shot according to
the Composure Meter and touch it when it’s in the green for maximum control. Then, touch
where you want to aim. The duration of the touch determines your power, which is indicated by
the Shot Power Meter.
Corner Kicks
During corner kicks, touch a teammate to pass the ball. To lob your pass, hold your touch.
Passes
Touch a player to pass the ball, or touch an open space to pass to a specific point on the pitch.
To lob a pass, hold your touch. Hold your touch even longer to clear the ball.
Switch Defenders
When on defense, there are times when you need to switch defenders quickly. To do so, touch
the defender you want to control.
SETTING UP THE GAME
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Before heading out onto the pitch, create an Origin Account (EA) to enjoy the online features
in FIFA 13.
NOTE: You are required to save your progress in various game modes to your memory card.
You cannot save data if you do not have a memory card inserted while playing.
FIFA 13 Profile
• Select your skill level, preferred controls setup, and favorite team.
Origin Account (EA)
• To create an Origin Account (EA), enter a valid email address and password when
prompted at the title screen. The name and password are used to access online features
in EA games and game-specific content on www.easports.com.
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PLAYING THE GAME
Game Screen
Score
Match clock
Controlled player
Stamina/fitness level
Radar
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Saving and Loading
Before exiting a game mode or a menu where changes have been made, make sure you save
your progress (or unsaved information will be lost). You can access the Load screen from most
game mode menus to load files manually.
NOTE: FIFA 13 features an autosave feature.
Kick-Off
Select EXHIBITION MATCH to head onto the pitch with your default settings (which can be
changed in CUSTOMISE > SETTINGS > GAME SETTINGS) or select BE A PRO: GOALKEEPER
or BE A PRO: PLAYER to take on the role of a single player.
Be a Pro: Goalkeeper
Play as the goalkeeper and feel the tension of acting as your team’s last line of defense against
the opposition’s hungry strikers. Make calls to the rest of the team when the ball is off the pitch
and stick to the Indicator when the opposition gets close.
GAME MODES
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Career Mode
Every player, no matter how talented, eventually has to leave the action of the pitch. In Career
Mode you can expand your player’s football career through three roles: Player, Player Manager,
and Manager. Start as a player and progress through all three roles, or begin as either a Player
Manager or Manager. Your player’s success in each role determines his value in the eyes of the
football world!
Player Career
Take control of a career-minded professional footballer as you play in multiple league, cup, and
continental competitions. You may play as a real player, a created player, or your Virtual Pro.
Make every action on the pitch count and work your way up from prospect player to
club legend!
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Player Manager Career
Player Managers have an impact on and off the pitch, and must strike a perfect balance
between action and team management. Play as a created player or your Virtual Pro. Your
player’s focus rests on managing the line-up, including formation, playing style, training, and
starting players, as well as taking to the pitch during key games.
Manager Career
The role of a Manager is to pick the best possible squad for each match and make sure that,
based on the opponent, the right tactic is in place. Play as a created player or your Virtual
Pro. Your Manager is in control of the team’s finances and must manage the budget, including
transfers, negotiations, and player contracts. Win prestigious cup matches and your league to
rise to prominence and keep the board pleased.
GAME MODES
Management Tips!
• Review your line-up before simming a game! Every player can make a difference to
the outcome.
• Use all the search options to find the right player to complete your squad, and keep in
mind how much the player wants for a successful signing.
• Take notice of your assistant coach’s player assessment. His analysis of every player’s
talent lets your Manager know which young players deserve more time on the pitch.
• Keep an eye on your Player Level/Manager Reputation as your Manager progresses
through a season. This determines his standing within the club as well as potential job
offers at the end of the season.
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GAME MODES
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Tournaments
The crowning glory of reaching the top of a tournament reigns in the anticipation and
excitement of both players and football fans alike. FIFA 13 gives players over 50 tournaments
to choose from. Choose the country and the specific tournament you’d like to compete in, and
then decide which team(s) you’d like to control in the fight for supremacy.
Create Tournament
Create your very own tournament! Choose from LEAGUE, KNOCKOUT, or GROUP &
KNOCKOUT, and then set the number of teams and whether or not you’d like to choose each
competing team yourself or have them filled in automatically. Once you’re happy with all of the
settings, save your tournament and then see if you can come out a winner.
NOTE: For even more control over your tournament settings, toggle Advanced Settings ON. You
are then taken to the Advanced Settings screen after accepting the basic setup. Here, you can
fine tune tournament rules and set parameters for the Auto Fill function.
SONY ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK
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ORIGIN ACCOUNT (EA) REGISTRATION REQUIRED TO ACCESS ONLINE FEATURES. YOU
MUST BE 13+ TO REGISTER. EA ONLINE PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS OF SERVICE CAN
BE FOUND AT www.ea.com. EA MAY PROVIDE CERTAIN INCREMENTAL CONTENT AND/OR
UPDATES FOR NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE, IF AND WHEN AVAILABLE. EA MAY RETIRE
ONLINE FEATURES AFTER 30 DAYS NOTICE POSTED ON www.ea.com/2/service-updates.
NOTE: In order to play online, you must read and accept the EA Privacy Policy and Terms of
Service. You are asked to read and accept these documents when playing for the first time. You
may choose not to accept, but this will bar use of FIFA 13 ’s online features.
Friends Leagues
Create an online league for you and up to 31 other online players. Play by your rules against
players across the globe.
VIRTUAL PRO
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Take to the pitch as an all-new player in FIFA 13 ’s Virtual Pro mode. Begin your career and build
your reputation from the ground up! Decide the stats of your Virtual Pro then take to the field
and attempt to become a superstar.
You can use your Virtual Pro in any of the offline game modes, including Career Mode and
Kick-Off. Use your Virtual Pro efficiently to earn rewards, upgrade his stats, and create a
true superstar.
CUSTOMISE
Arena Options
Feel like practicing in the United Kingdom as Rooney against the formidable Howard? Visit
Arena options to select which Player, Goalkeeper, and Stadium you would like to use when
practicing within the Arena.
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TEAM MANAGEMENT
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Custom Tactics
Select CUSTOM TACTICS on the Team Management screen of any club to customise defensive
and attacking play. Check out their default tactics and then press S to view other preset
tactics (Counter Attack, High Pressure, Possession, and Long Ball) as well as your own
customised tactics (see below). To choose one of these as your default tactic, select it and
press S.
To create a new tactic, select one as a template and use the sliders to tweak its individual
components. Then, press A or F to save your new tactic to a selected slot and press S
to confirm.
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Quick Tactics
To use your tactics on-the-fly in games you must assign them to the directional buttons. To
do this, select QUICK TACTICS on the Team Management screen, choose a direction, and
press S. Then, select your new tactic and press S again to assign it to your chosen direction.
NOTE: You can share your customised tactics with friends—or the entire FIFA community—
by entering the Player Hub, pressing < , scrolling to Shared Tactics, and following the
on-screen instructions.
NOTE: If your default configuration uses the directional buttons for player movement, then the
left stick must be used to select Quick Tactics.
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Formations
Get out the tactics board and start fine-tuning team formations and player roles by selecting
FORMATIONS in the Team Management screen.
First, choose a formation and press F to edit it. Then, choose a player from the selected
formation and press S. Finally, decide which aspect of his game you want to alter (Player Base
Position, Player Work Rate, or Player Positioning) and follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTE: Press the directional buttons to change your team’s mentality on-the-fly. Press the
Z button to make your players more defensive or press the X button to encourage them
to attack.
PRACTICE ARENA
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FIFA 13 ’s Practice Arena is the place to hone your skills before getting into a game. Here you
can fine-tune striking, keeping, and set pieces.
The Practice Arena defaults to one-on-one action, so you can dribble around and shoot
whenever you please. You can use it to practice skill moves, find the perfect angle of attack, or
even figure out your own weaknesses. This is an excellent location to practice the touchscreen
commands, as well.
In addition, you can decide how many attackers and defenders are on the pitch during your
practice session. Choose SET PIECES to practice free kicks, penalties, throw-ins, and corner
kicks. To practice your skills without the pressure of playing in a real match, you can choose
PRACTICE MATCH from the Practice Arena menu. There is no score and no game clock, so you
can play for as long as you like.
NOTE: Press SELECT while in the Arena to bring up the Practice Arena menu.
WARNING: PHOTOSENSITIVITY / EPILEPSY / SEIZURES
A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures or blackouts
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backgrounds on a television screen or when playing video games may trigger epileptic
seizures or blackouts in these individuals. These conditions may trigger previously
undetected epileptic symptoms or seizures in persons who have no history of prior
seizures or epilepsy. If you, or anyone in your family, has an epileptic condition or
has had seizures of any kind, consult your doctor before playing.
IMMEDIATELY DISCONTINUE use and consult your doctor before resuming gameplay
if you or your child experience any of the following health problems or symptoms:
• dizziness • eye or muscle twitches • disorientation • any involuntary movement
• altered vision • loss of awareness • seizures or convulsion.
RESUME GAMEPLAY ONLY ON APPROVAL OF YOUR DOCTOR.
Use and handling of video games to reduce the likelihood of a seizure
• Use in a well-lit area and keep as far a way as possible from the screen.
• Avoid prolonged use of the PS Vita system. Take a 15-minute break during
each hour of play.
• Avoid playing when you are tired or need sleep.
Stop using the system immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms:
lightheadedness, nausea, or a sensation similar to motion sickness; discomfort or pain
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consult a doctor.
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Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
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