What are the system requirements for PC?
because kids are little shits and like graphics, and claim that the matrix trillogy are the best movies ever, and say starwars episodes 1,2,3 are tones better than 4,5,6 because of the new lightsabres and special effects.Originally posted by Los Lover@Sep 25 2005, 05:42 PM
Gameplay IS most important and it IS more important than graphics....so what exactly was the logic by which you denied the basic human ability of letting your feet leave the ground (which happens endlessly and is required endlessly in rugby) so as to make sure it didn't compromise the overall graphics standards by which you keep the 5 year olds happy?
but rugby 2005 kick ass!? oh that's right....do you mean the unedited version (more or less out of the box)?
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Glad to hear about the rucking etc, but just in regard to the PC version; how accessable will it be from an editing perspective? Will it be like an EA game and require intimate knowledge of hacking to change the smallest things, or will it be like NRL1, where most things were easily modable?Originally posted by [email protected]@Sep 26 2005, 03:53 AM
I suggest that if jumping is a must-have feature for your rugby games then there is an easy solution - just do not buy ours! I'm not getting into a debate over this - you have obviously posted just to be contrary.
The line-outs are similar to WCR. You can either pass back to the scrum half or take the catch and set up a maul.
The goal-kicking system is all new. It's much more difficult and actually takes some skill this time.
Tackle animations - there are 100's of new animations in the game. We had to replace lots to make them more realistic. The tackles are great, hopefully some footage should get released and then you can see.
Rucking system is similar to WCR but with some polish. The balance wasn't great in WCR, which made it tough and frustrating to play against the best teams. We have changed that.
No high tackles.
The rest of the thread seems to have deteriorated into some discussion over Star Wars films! If it's any consolation, I think Empire was the best film too - although if you think Jedi was better than Attack of the Clones, you're on drugs!!!
Why are people having a difficult time accepting this answer?Originally posted by [email protected]@Sep 24 2005, 09:19 AM
Jumping ... I'm afraid not. It's the one feature that we included in JLR and really wanted to get into WCR and then RC2006 that we have just not been able to get right. I know people say that gameplay is everything and the graphics do not count (which is how we got away with jumping in JLRÂÂ ) but that's just not true really. We could not get it to work well enough in the time, so we dropped it.