Importance of Position

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by BigTen, May 2, 2005.

  1. BigTen

    BigTen Guest

    I have found that I can move players around from their usual position without suffering any penalty. In other words I will move a winger into a centre or first-five/fly-half position and not notice any decrease in the player's skill even if this new position is not listed as a secondary position.

    Having played football management games whenever you do this there will always be a lowering of the player's effectiveness.

    In real-life football players are able to move positions without too many problems but in rugby it will take a while for a player to get used to it as the skill-set is completely different.

    This means that I can just stack my inside backs with really fast players that have reasonable passing and tackling statistics and I can break any defence easily.

    It is pretty slack really and it wouldn't even be that hard to include. Opps that's right EA designed this game and they suck.
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  3. NZL Fan

    NZL Fan Guest

    You sound surprised???

    This is HB studios/EA sports you realise..............
  4. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Why not have an extra page added on to the stats/special abilities section with bars showing how effective that player is in each position. Eg.
    09: ---
    10: -----
    11: ---------------------
    12: ------
    13: ------
    14: -------------------
    15: --------

    And the lower the rating, the less effective (eg. Strays out of position etc) they are.
  5. or like, first or second reciver in other words...

    yeah but i agree. some people would just get smashed in certain postions, yet stats tell a diffrent story, i put ben atinga in fly half, and hes a centre/wing/full back, hes not even a 2nd 5/8


    EA also made the best football(nfl or soccer both infact)
  7. BigTen

    BigTen Guest

    I also find that home and away advantage is not noticeable although to be fair this hasn't been implemented in many sport's games that I have played.

    As for EA making the best Football (soccer) game I prefer PES - it isn't as glossy but I think that it plays a little more realistic.
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