Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by The Kiddie, Feb 7, 2006.

  1. The Kiddie

    The Kiddie Guest

    I keep giving away interceptions when trying to off-load.

    What should I be doing to ensure the off-loads work properly?
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  3. Make sure there is a player there in support.
  4. The Kiddie

    The Kiddie Guest

    Hmmmnnn.... doesn't really help. Should I be holding down the pass button and release when tackled?

    Someone please help me otherwise the PS2 will be out the window! And I'm on the 7th floor!
  5. Coco

    Coco Guest

    Well, i think we have gathered that offloads only work about 50-60% of the time. Only attempt one when you have a player in support and there are no opposition players very closeby.

    It will not always work, but it sometimes will.

  6. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    once ur career team gets really good

    like overall stats avg of 80+

    offloading is alot more accurate and frequent

    last night i scored a great try with a flick ball onto my bolting winger

    good night, put the glasses on..............TRY TIME
  7. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Also, I used to offload the ball often only for it to be intercepted/lose 10m ground what seemed like 80% of the time. Now that I have played the game a lot, my offloads are getting a lot better. I'm doing some pretty classy offloads now. Of course, theres always the odd one that goes to the opposition...

    So basically, give it time. Your reactions or whatever will get better and you'll be finding yourself instinctively when/how to offload when the situation arises... You'll get better.
  8. robbinho

    robbinho Guest

    How exactly do you do off-loads? I've only had time to play one or two game since i got it..... do you hit pass in the tackle, or hold it and then release it whilst being tackled?
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