what did HB spend a year doing?

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by funksoulbrother, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. the game is just the same as rugby 05 but a bit more responsive and has quick pens and linouts (that dont work very well!!!)

    what did HB spend a year doing - nothing much!

    PS why cant you take a quick tap when you call a mark - they need to get rid of the selection screen full stop for pens and free quicks - make it like lomu where you push a button on the pad to choose what you want to do eg x to kick to touch triangle to run it etc.

    also why cant the scrum half pick t up and run it from a scrum


    stupid stupid stupid

    lomu is still the best
     
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  3. sanzar

    sanzar Guest

    Haven't played Rugby 06 yet, but I'll post my 2 cents:
    Lomu stinks and hasn't been the best for a long time (not since EA rugby 2001 to be precise).
     
  4. Inertia

    Inertia Guest

    i bought lomu is the mid-late 90s and never did play it. can't even find the disc now. i don't suppose it even runs on the PC with XP on , does it?
     
  5. kaftka

    kaftka Guest

    Nope. It doesn't even work on 98 I don't think.
     
  6. toup

    toup Guest

    Mate, why don't you stop making threads slating this game, it's pretty clear you don't like it, but how is this thread any different to your one from yesterday? You're entitled to your opinion but there's no need to start a hate campaign against the game... quite a few people think it's good
     
  7. loratadine

    loratadine Guest

    you are a muppet mate - this game is the best game out for rugby ever.
     
  8. Just cause somebody doesn't agree with you doesn't mean that they are any lesser than you.

    This game is very revised version of Rugby 2005. But EA aren't ever going to make a game so good in a series that no-one will buy the next one. It's just EA making their money. It's the same with all EA Sports games - Fifa 2004,2005 and 2006 look the same apart from wee changes.
     
  9. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Beg to differ, 2004 and 06 are miles apart.
     
  10. loratadine

    loratadine Guest

    totally agree with you teh mite m- fifa 06 could actually compete with pes 2
     
  11. bman2112

    bman2112 Guest

    Err, lets not go overboard there Lora :)
     
  12. locksley

    locksley Guest

    Sorry Sanzar, but that just isn't true. To be honest, NO rugby game will EVER last as long as Lomu did. It's STILL played today. You obviously didn't have it first time of release, or you'd agree.
     
  13. TheBokke

    TheBokke Guest

    With you Locks I think JlR will always be the king. Have not played 06 but I hear it is still got no rucking system so that still puts 06 in the shade. But in all fairness i would not be playing JLR in single player anymore. As I have moved on but still living in hope for a rugby game to give me the joy that Lomu did.
     
  14. i've changed my mind - have played it a bit more and am likeing it more now - on 2 player is very good

    try not to use run fast two much and you win more rucks



    they still need better rucking though
     
  15. gallopaway

    gallopaway Guest

    howzit locks

    i still have "jonah lomu rugby" but do you know how to get it to play on windows XP?

    cheers
    mike
     
  16. Inertia

    Inertia Guest

    think the easiest way it to find the playstation version and run it under psxemu or bleem
     
  17. how about buy the pc version...i saw it at eb for 20 bux a while back
     
  18. thomashenry

    thomashenry Guest

    As a 2 player game, Lomu is definately still king - no question about it. It's up there with PES as a 2 player sports game.

    As a 1 player game, it is dreadful though, and the recent games are a lot more fun on your own than Lomu is. For me though, the 2 player aspect of a game is by FAR the most important part of a sports game, and Lomu is still streets ahead here. The current crop of games can't compete as they are too slow and unresponsive, with game mechanics that are slaved to animations - with Lomu it's fast, responsive, with a huge amount of scope for control, tactics, and competitivness.
     
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