Summary: For a first attempt at a union game and a lack of funding, this game is an incredible attempt by sidhe. Beautiful to look at, good gameplay licenses for all club teams aswell as some international teams and a customisation tool as good as any.
Finally, a rugby game worthy of a next gen console
Mr. K. T. Johnsey, Amazon
28 April 2013
Summary: It may seem strange to some to have a 2011 next gen rugby game endorsed by Jonah Lomu, but for those in the know, this is because the 1997 ps1 jonah lomu rugby has remained the best rugby video game, which has been a real shame.
Summary: I dig rugby, so I like this game. But the gameplay leaves a lot to be desired. For example, the button to break tackles and make a drop kick are the same. So, you're breaking tackles and all of a sudden you attempt a drop kick. This happens all the time. Scoring a try is ridiculous.
Summary: Being a massive Rugby fan and after reading the favourable reviews I was looking forward to this game immensly. Initially I was impressed, there is far more polish to the opening screens and menus than the woeful RWC011 Game.
Intuitive and wipes the floor with other xbox rugby games
STEVEN THOMPSON, Amazon
16 October 2011
Summary: This is a game that feels intuitive to people who play it watch rugby, unlike some of the more recent rugby games available on the xbox 360. Without full licensing, there aren't many current players in the game but that's really the only let-down as it's exactly what you want from any game - easy to...
Summary: The gameplay mechanics were excellent, with a few bugs to iron out, such as the scrummaging. The graphics were pretty enough to not be a negative aspect. Player customisation was detailed but not overly complicated, as was team customisation.
Summary: A nice little rugby game for the fans that arent too bothered that the teams are out of date! One big bug bear is the lack of licensing for all international teams. Plenty of bugs in the game, but none that are show stoppers, but rather a shame that they werent included.
Summary: Pros- Lots of licensed leagues and players Good tutorial section explaining each facet of the game Ability to change players of nations that aren't licensed like England), and also player attributes Able to generate games if you don't fancy playing every single one.