what view do u guys play in?

Discussion in 'Rugby Video Games & Apps' started by cex panther, May 23, 2007.

  1. cex panther

    cex panther Guest

    normal, classic, classic 2?
     
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  3. BOKean

    BOKean Guest

    side view


    was tough at first to get used to it, but its is by far the best!
    plays way way way better than any of the others
     
  4. Radman

    Radman Guest

    Classic 2. Side view is too awkward for me.
     
  5. BigTen

    BigTen Guest

    I used to use one of the classic views (can't remember which one) when I first began to play and it wasn't until I saw some of the footage from the rugby forum competition that I thought about changing.

    I switched and hated it. I then went back to the classic one.

    I decided that I would have another go - dropped down a level (played at normal) and kept at it. It wasn't until I put the level back to elite and have been playing side view ever since.

    Trust me it is worth the effort and the smashings that the pc gives you at first but it quickly changes and you will enjoy it a lot better.
     
  6. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    i did play classic until the torny made us change to side view, tbh it wasnt that much of a change for me cause every other game i played side view.
     
  7. Huckleberry

    Huckleberry Guest

    I play in classic 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  8. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    well aparently the new version you can change the view, like a customised view, that will be interesting.
     
  9. candybum

    candybum Guest

    where did you hear that??

    i play side view, feels faster for me
     
  10. ak47

    ak47 Guest

    Side view ONLY for me.

    i can only play these games from a TV's perspective - to get the same feel, that i am controlling a match

    Only in Madden do i not use the TV view - of course in Madden its designed to be played from behind

    it really fired me up that sidhe ballsed up side view TWICE - not once but TWICE

    JLR's side cam was the greatest - and 2006 Rugby side view works a treat too
     
  11. Gandalf

    Gandalf Guest

    Classic 2,

    Defense is a bit awkward in Side View, and in Classic one can't always see when your team has the ball.
     
  12. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    i saw it on the box, ill check it next time i go into eb but i am pretty sure.
     
  13. cex panther

    cex panther Guest

    what?
     
  14. Dmx#1

    Dmx#1 Guest

    the default view which is the side view i think
     
  15. Kage

    Kage Guest

    I play in the classic view that rotates behind the attacking team, forget which one. I just cant manage to play any rugby games in side view. I hope HB have fixed the weird perspective and lack of depth perception in the new classic views.

    Customizable views sound good, hopefully you can zoom the camera in/out to your liking.
     
  16. woosaah

    woosaah Guest

    http://www.gamewizz.com/product.php?id=17198

     
  17. candybum

    candybum Guest

    when will the greatness end!!!! lolz
     
  18. hisokagray

    hisokagray Guest

    Whichever view is the default one was the one I was using up until a week ago now I use classic(2 I think). It's much better for reading what the opposition is doing and finding touch with your kicks.
     
  19. stormmaster1

    stormmaster1 Guest

    the classic view which switches to the team in possession is easiest. You can see when you're turned over and see the gaps real easy. Less so in side view, but its better for the overall feel of the game. You get more of a sense of making ground.
     
  20. 187

    187 Guest

    yeah, also with classic view you can see where the fullback or back 3 are positioned in case u wanted to kick it.
    side view does seem faster tho, but once again defence is a bit awkward.
     
  21. Gay-Guy

    Gay-Guy Guest

    Side view has more variety on attack and defence because you can see more players and read what is the best option for attack and defence.
     
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