Originally posted by captainamerica+Mar 8 2005, 12:15 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (captainamerica @ Mar 8 2005, 12:15 PM)</div>
Originally posted by [email protected]
8 2005, 10:22 AM
@Mar 8 2005, 10:12 AM
Because the demo is automatically on the easy difficulty.
thanks Shane, or are you Locksley?
But after hearing that the demo was on Easy mode -- I think we were told that back in 1978 -- I thought I'd save the hastle and assure you that yeah, the demo is on easy which would explain the high try count after prolonged play.
No, I'll continue.
Do you remember watching any of the demo vids Locks posted up (now we're getting into Jan/Feb 1979) where Locks was breaking the line all the time, on every phase of the ball, running past defenders at will only to to press the Garryowen button as he approached the try line?
I'm sure Locks would be more than happy to come on here and say, "Yeah, easy difficulty is very easy."
But why should he, he said it 16 years ago. That's all I'm saying, mate.
There is, however, a significant increase in the difficulty levels as you go up. You do have to work for tries . . . but how would I know, I'm just going on everything that's ever been posted in the Rugby 2005 section.
Apologies if this post has a ******** like tone, it was not intended. [/b]