Best Rugby Game Pc in 2020
Rugby 18 (Xbox One) (UK IMPORT)
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge for PC
Rugby World Cup 2015 (PS4)
Rugby World Cup 2015 (Xbox One) (UK IMPORT)
EA Sports Rugby 2004 - PC
- Features every World Cup Rugby team, every Super 12 and European Cup team, and more
- Over 1,500 players from around the world including all the top stars
- 65+ authentic stadiums with dynamic crowds that support the home team
- New in-game audio captures actual rugby crowds for realistic sound and atmosphere
- All-new game engine with new motion capture, animations, and character models
Rugby World Cup 2015 (PS3) (UK IMPORT)
Rugby 18 (PS4) (UK IMPORT)
Rugby Union Team Manager 2015 (PC DVD) (UK IMPORT)
- Updated for the 2015/2016 Rugby season - Official licensed by the world’s biggest leagues and competitions
- 320 of the biggest teams in Rugby Union with over 14,500 players
- Full 2D and 3D match engines with real-time interaction with your team
- Control all staffing, from coaches to assistants, Doctors and Scouts. Top to bottom, you're in control
- Get involved from youth to the first team, at the Gymnasium, Physio Suite, Tactical Briefing Room, Colts and Academy Clubhouse, and improve all of them with upgrades
- Discover hidden talents among youth teams and work with agents and scouts to deliver the best players to your club
- Work your way up the ladder and lead international teams out in the biggest tournaments in the world
- Get closer to the simulation with a fully customised game editor
- Up to 4 tiers of domestic promotion and relegation
- Internationals including World tournaments
Rugby Challenge 2006 (DVD)
Pc-Cd Rom - Rugby 2004 - [CD]
What Makes a Good Video Game?
Video games have taken over the world. Everyone plays them, but what is it really that attracts the customers to them? Is it the graphics? Is it the gameplay? Or is it everything about a video game? They could just like to spend money...
What would a video game be without graphics? Sure you think if a game has great graphics it is going to be a hit. WRONG! I have argued this many times, and will argue it again. Graphics do not make up a video game. You can have the top of the line graphics, and still be a flop. Any new generation gaming console, can produce the graphics, it is just up to the publishers, and developers to whether they want to spunk it up with gameplay, and a nice storyline. 128 bits is the current console graphics power, and that is very strong, but without the proper storyline, and the gameplay, graphics really aren't much more than a pretty thing to watch.
YES! Probably what makes a video game what it is. Without gameplay what would you have? Well you would have the graphics, but that's about it. Gameplay is the coup de grace, and I will explain why. When you play a video game, and you start it off, you try out all of the buttons, and what the main character can do. That's all gravy, but you want to see what other characters can do. Communication with Non Player Characters or NPC's is gameplay. If they could make a game that could exactly be like real life, than that would be the perfect game, but obviously they can't. They can make a game that goes on for a very long time though, and I say when you have that kind of space, why not use it to it's best potential. Normally in a video game you have a hero trying to save a land, or a princess, etc. While you're doing that, why not add extras, like mini games, or multiple conversations between other characters. That is what makes a game fun to play. Along with the graphics you can expect a very good time, and an extended amount of time to complete the entire game. That is why gameplay makes a video game what it is.
Sound is probably second in the "What makes a good video game?", and the main reason is without sound the game would just get boring. You want to hear what you are doing, like a sword slash, or a call for help, etc. Let alone the sound effects you want to hear the background music. Final Fantasy and Zelda are good examples of it's background music. You can literally buy the CDs to those games, and just listen to the music over and over again. I know I bought them and listen to them all the time. You have your basic midi background music, which can be pretty to listen too, but I like to hear real life symphony in a video game. Final Fantasy uses true MP3s, which are real music files. When I am reviewing a video game, I look for the entire package, because once I start the game, I already see what I see in graphics. I want to see more of a whole, not a quarter or half. Music introduces a huge part to the video game world, so after you read this, you will probably if not already listen to the music, and see what I am talking about.
4. Replay Value
Replay value is an interesting part of a video game, and of course cannot exist in every video game. Replay value is after the game has been completed how well will it play after? Sports games, and fighting style games, probably use Replay Value the best. You also have games like Mario Party, etc, which use Replay value to a high point. Usually when you complete a game like Mario, you finish it, and that is it. That is not true. When I play SNES (Super Nintendo), I can play the Super Mario games over and over again, just because I find them fun to play, and there are multiplayer features. Speaking of Multiplayer, that adds to the replay value, since multiplayer is against your friends or the internet. I don't look for replay value as much as the others, but I still factor it in, when I rate a video game.
5. Overall Value
As I said before if everything fits in to place, the game will be perfect. Final Fantasy is pretty close to perfect in my opinion, as they feature graphics, sound, gameplay, even replay value. Certain games have an easier time advising this overall value... IE. Sports games. Sports have no end, and can be played again and again, so it really doesn't get boring. The Madden series have an unbelievable fan base, and the graphics are amazing so that scores points, along with it's great controls. Sound is also perfected in Madden, so overall value can be found in every type of game, whether it be RPG, or Sports. Just remember the top 4 necessities when buying a video game. Graphics, Gameplay, Sound, and Replay Value. Whenever you read a review, you see this all the time, so make it a part of your life.