Locksley - description of ruck mechanics???

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by jimmy44, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. jimmy44

    jimmy44 Guest

    Hi Locks,

    As there seem to be a number of people on this forum concerned about how rucks work, can you give us your view.

    How much control is there for the player?

    Is it just like rugby 2004 and largely dependent on momentum?

    etc etc


    Cheers
     
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  3. umosay

    umosay Guest

    I think he has answered enough questions for the time-being. Who really cares if people are concerned about rucks - Surely you can tell from the videos. Rucks seem to be over very quickly so I don't even think it will be that big of a deal.
     
  4. maddog79

    maddog79 Guest

    Here Here!
     
  5. jimmy44

    jimmy44 Guest

    and I think Locksley can speak for himself - if you read this forum properly you will see that a number of people are concerned about the rucks.
     
  6. C A Iversen

    C A Iversen Guest

    I'm hoping not to be told to mind my own business, but it does seem as though the second post on this thread seems a little like telling people what they can and can't ask. I'm not concerned about the rucks, but I do respect other peoples right to be concerned.
    All though I may be assuming a little too much, it appears that this person only wants his say.
     
  7. umosay

    umosay Guest

    I didn't mean it like that C A, I said that because of a different matter - affecting locks, which is why he probably hasn't answered this question yet. Sorry.
     
  8. maddog79

    maddog79 Guest

    fair call..............i don't know lol [​IMG]
     
  9. C A Iversen

    C A Iversen Guest

    I guess Locksley is the most in demand guy round here, can't be easy on him being asked a million questions, that EA should care about us knowing.
    So, do see what you mean now Umo.
     
  10. jimmy44

    jimmy44 Guest

    I hope everything is ok? [​IMG]
     
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