Man, it's painful.Originally posted by esoj@Feb 23 2005, 01:58 PM
to look or not too look have downloaded the videos but the bad memories of rugby 2004 I don't kow if wnat to see it again.
Mmmmmmmm ...noticed that too.Originally posted by flanku@Feb 23 2005, 03:38 PM
Certainly this MUST silence any critics, cranks, and skeptics out there.
My only question is....how on earth can the player be up ONLY 17-7 at the start of the second half. I was putting in 40+ per half on the ABs using Munster when I quit playing.
Why do people on this forum get hounded for having an opinion? I mean what kind of forum would it be if everyone agreed with each other?Originally posted by raziel_eire@Feb 23 2005, 12:41 PM
Perhaps sean43 and jimmy44 have copies of EA Rugby 2004 stapled over their eyes and actually can't see anything other than that game
(and woodie to a lesser extent - maybe only the one eye stapled over for him! bada-boom)
I think some home-surgery could fix it fella's...... now where's my hammer, chisel and safety goggles?
To be fair jimmy44, you have tried to be constructive with your questions and feeling for the single player aspect of the game ... the post of mine you've replied to here was meant as a joke in your case... (I know it was Sean43 who seems to only ever see Rugby2004)Originally posted by jimmy44@Feb 24 2005, 01:10 AM
Why do people on this forum get hounded for having an opinion? I mean what kind of forum would it be if everyone agreed with each other?
....yes I agree...oh how right you are...yes just what I was thinking...oooh what lovely eyes you have
There would be no discussion or argument at all. Surely these are the things that make a forum interesting?
exactly...Originally posted by MightyQuin@Feb 24 2005, 01:21 AM
Locksley has been very good at responding to queries about the game - and I agree, there was a point when he seemed to point out more flaws with the single player game than positives. He does seem to have addressed a large number of these concerns though.
However, the overall feeling from him, and the other guys who've actually played it at the camps in Oz, is very positive.
Long live the right to constructive criticism though!