Move movies - Great tries!

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by umosay, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. umosay

    umosay Guest

    New videos for you!

    Shoulder Charge/Fend Video


    Set play try by Howlett


    Draw fullback and try


    Hand off in midfield


    NZ v Cardiff BTW
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  3. Very cool.

    CAR? I'm drawing a blank . . .
  4. NZL Fan

    NZL Fan Guest

    The last one shows how you can beat men one on one, with only a slight reduction in momentum (as you'd expect).

    first time we've really seen major replays in action as well.........
  5. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Ok, 4th vid is going up now - showing an almighty fend!
  6. Ah ha! CARdiff -- Doh!

    Very cool vids, more akin to my style of play (try scoring *cough, cough*) Intelligent use of space and exploiting the gaps. I can only hope that it was on a decent difficulty and the tries 'felt' earned -- they certainly looked it.

    That 4th one with the hand off/fend looks almost frightening, as if the guy broke his neck.
  7. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    that camera view doesnt do the game any justice

    the player new what he was doing tho

    was the weather bad....coz is look a bit glim and dark
  8. woodie

    woodie Guest

    Sounds like Row-ko-coco 's famous mispro nunciation in 04 has been followed up by the Mor-ger in 05.

    Vids look ok, but players dont get the ball running, and acceleration looks painfully slow, passing animations are bad beyond belief - do these things affect the way it plays?
  9. -- Cardiff kits for the Euro fans --

  10. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Yep, kits are official for Euro teams
  11. locksley

    locksley Guest

    Are you watching the same vids as everybody else? [​IMG]
  12. The first clip - shoulder charge/fend is from the very beginning of the game.

    Howlett's try is at the very end.

    In 'Howlett's Try,' you can see the mud detail brilliantly -- in the replay, though, if you throw the screen up at its biggest setting, you can kinda see some brown on the Cardiff kit.
  13. woodie

    woodie Guest

    I swear you work for EA
  14. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Woodie, your the only one that thinks its ****. So as per your thinking, we ALL WORK for EA :/

    If its so crap, why download the video's then? You know what its like but you obviously wanna see more
  15. locksley

    locksley Guest

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha....(deep breath)... ha ha ha ha ha hardy har har! [​IMG] [​IMG]

    You are KIDDING me right!!!!! Why would I be working for EA? I'm sure my employers (EA according to your good self) are over the moon at me putting footage up here that's not meant to be shown!!!!

    Seriously tho Woodie! Why be so negative all the time? What exactly is wrong with the passing in your opinion?
  16. Sod the passing -- why are the Cardiff fans going apeshit everytime New Zealand score?!?!
  17. umosay

    umosay Guest

    They appreciate good Rugby [​IMG]
  18. locksley

    locksley Guest

    They have never seen a try before? [​IMG]
  19. Or . . . no one in the there was around when Cardiff beat the All Blacks in 1953.

    Revenge is never pretty . . .

    Best part about that 'drawing in the fullback' try is that after Tana gives the try scoring pass, the fullback hits him and falls off -- Tana still standing.
  20. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    Big Tana

    We like to refer to him by "Tanapace"........or "Tanapower"

    a tonne of pace, and a tonne of power!!!
  21. lazy_chesnut

    lazy_chesnut Guest

    One problem I see with these fends are how much it slows the runners down.

    In hand_off_slo_mo when the guy misses the tackle, the players slows down so much that he is caught byb the rest of the team. Looking at it, it really looks like he should have handed him off without slowing down, a bit like Brian O'Driscoll does very well.

    That would be a proper miss-tackle and would lead to line breaks.

    The gap for the outside centre looks a bit worrying in terms of AI. The defensive outside centre and winger run away from the ball carrier even though he is plainly through on goal (?), with only one player to mark between the two of them.

    Somebody, please could you let me know if it is possible to fend off without slowing down so much.

    And please don't say I'm just moaning about this game - there are some really good points about it.
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