Excerpt: This game had such good potential to be a decent rugby simulation but it has quite a few flaws that let it down significantly. Control and graphically wise the game is pretty good, with a decent number of defensive and attacking options when you need them.
Summary: At first this game seems as though it's going to be stupidly difficult(you get your first scrum as England and lose the feed against Wales, nota promising start) but after a few games you just realise that rather thanthinking with a rugby brain you just have to learn the easy pitfalls inthis game.
Summary: Like perhaps most of the country, during the heat, and the impending victory of the World Cup this year, I found myself needing to buy the appropraite EA Sports Title. It wasn't only because of this fact you understand, I was interested as to how EA would manage to portray a rugby game, especially...
Summary: I was a bit disappointed in this game. It doesn't offer the slick gameplay that you may have become familiar with in games from EA. There are too many unnecessary pauses while you wait for players to take penalties, and the players don't run very fast generally.
Summary: Ok, the game play is nice and the added features of club teams etc is welcome but come on. The PS2 was billed as the mutts nuts as far as graphic capability goes and this game falls well short.