Getting boring

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by jimmy44, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. jimmy44

    jimmy44 Guest

    I've been playing rugby 2005 for a while now, and found that Locksey is right, after extended play single player does get a bit boring. I still enjoy the close games but the run of play is a bit one dimensional - there isn't enough unpredictabiltiy or variation in the games now.

    One game is much like the other and the tries tend to be the same. It took me a good three weeks or so to discover this, and its funny because I was really enjoying the game last week. All of a sudden it feels a bit stale and the game play a bit thin. I think 2006 needs to be much 'deeper' to ensure extended game play. Now I've had the game a while, I think 2005 is too simple for a rugby nut such as myself! I want deep gameplay like madden, ESPN or PES4, with loads of options, strategies etc.

    Anyone agree?
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  3. where is captain obvious?
  4. Black|Raven

    Black|Raven Guest

    nope i still love the 2006 demo!
    i think its coz you'er not playing multiplayer
  5. WHAT!?!
  6. QKXV

    QKXV Guest

  7. QKXV

    QKXV Guest

    Jimmy this might be an obvious question and I apologise if it is a stupid one as well but have you tried a different view? If not try it for variation.
  8. Black|Raven

    Black|Raven Guest

    just think of rugby 2005 as a 2006 demo
  9. QKXV

    QKXV Guest

    Like the way you think mate!
  10. jimmy44

    jimmy44 Guest

    Nice idea no I havn't yet - I did try side view but didn't like it much. Its still the same game though, I don't see how a different view will make much difference. anyway thanks for the tip, I'll try.
  11. it does the game plays differently.....

    I played side view forever then switched to classic view and it felt asif it played completely different
  12. abes58

    abes58 Guest

    The different views make a world of difference in gameplay and even some change in strategy.
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