Box kicking

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by MCab, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. MCab

    MCab Guest

    Has anyone tried box kicking to the winger? I tried after calling pocket, and my loosehead prop ended up getting it!

    Peace,

    MCab
     
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  3. Black|Raven

    Black|Raven Guest

    yay......another random topic!
     
  4. contepomi

    contepomi Guest

    Not random as it's about rugby gaming. Sheesh make some sense people.
     
  5. MCab

    MCab Guest

    Man, do I have to spell it out, then? What I'm asking is if anyone had any success with their scrum half kicking into the box and having a winger receive it, in EA's Rugby 2005, either for PS2, Xbox, or the PC?
     
  6. Black|Raven

    Black|Raven Guest

    now that i think about it................yes i've tried and no......no success [​IMG]

    i dont use it much coz my halfback is crap
     
  7. CeeJay

    CeeJay Guest

    I play on hard mode, and nearly every time i try a box kick the opposition runs through my ruck and charges it down.
     
  8. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    i use it quite often from a maul from aline out, and aim to bounce it out, works most of the time, and as i win most of my lineouts with jack at the front if i get the kick close enough they colapse the maul and i get a penalty try. not a good way to play but was the only way i was getting points in the world leauge, never had any of my players get the ball though it was normally the full back of their team getting it
     
  9. Mr. Laxative

    Mr. Laxative Guest

    actually i have a lot of success. kicking with guv to mortlock usually works.
     
  10. contepomi

    contepomi Guest

    Been trying it a few times with Northamton, it nearly worked, slight variation though. Robinson kicks through box style, Blowers runs onto it, soccer kicks it round the fullback and is running through on the line.............but he slows down, and is tackled. Would have worked had it been a winger I think.
     
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