Hand's up if you still own Rugby 2004

Discussion in 'General Gaming Chat' started by -JJ-, Jan 8, 2005.


Do you still own Rugby 2004?

  1. Yes, and play it regularly

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  2. Yes, and play it rarely

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  3. Yes, and it makes a good coaster

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  4. Yes, but I haven't seen it since November 2003

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  5. Nope, sold it

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  6. Nope, threw it away

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  1. -JJ-

    -JJ- Guest

    Just wondering....

    Personally, I've still got it. I play it every now and then on the PS2.

    I put it on trademe ages ago, but I couldn't get a decent price, and was looking at a $60 loss!
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  3. Ripper

    Ripper Guest

    Wow... would you look at that, im the only whos picked the first option so far.
  4. Wally

    Wally Guest

    It's going for $40 at EB these days. I would have picked up that rugby manger game for $30 but then I got excited about rugby 2005 so left it.
  5. wheres the option:
    never had it,never wanted it.
    i tick that one [​IMG]
  6. bippy

    bippy Guest

    traded it in at EB. havent missed it once. Hunk of sh*t
    i was so excited when i bought it but i wasnt when i played it.
  7. neh

    neh Guest

    i know it was some1 ripped out my heart [​IMG]
  8. esoj

    esoj Guest

    I have it but don't play often but will proabbly break it out with the start of the super 12 or just before it starts
  9. Get it out occasionally along with World Championship Rugby. Just got Super Rugby League though which is loads better than both despite it being for the wrong code, so I probably won't be playing either of them for a while.
  10. Have it. Won't ever sell it. Hardly ever play it though.

    I'll keep it for posterity.
  11. neh

    neh Guest

    what da huck does posterity mean
  12. sanzar

    sanzar Guest

    Have it, never play it (although your right in saying it makes a good coaster), will sell it at EB games with the arrival of Rugby 2005 in order to make it cheaper [​IMG]
  13. Ripper

    Ripper Guest

    Dont bother, they offered by 5 bux NZ when I tried that
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    It means for future generations.

    I'd like to be able to show my great-grandchildren how not to make a rugby game. You know, in case the government, or EA, erase this debacle from the face of the earth -- I'll have the proof.
  15. EA and the government will be one and the same once they aquire the official licence for it. I can see it now.......'Labour Party Candidate 2146'.

    The games reviewers may not rate it however.

    "There is nothing radically different from its last incarnation.....if I were you I would try and pick up the much underated 'Labour Party Candidate 2142', which is now out in the budget range."
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    Spot on, SaintsFan
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