Best Rugby Game Xbox 360 in 2022
Rugby World Cup 2011 - Xbox 360
Rugby World Cup 2015 (Xbox 360)
Rugby 18 - Xbox One
- All the Best Teams of the 2017-2018 Season - RBS 6 Nations, AVIVA Premiership Rugby, PRO 12, TOP 14, All Blacks, and more
- Total Immersion Into the Sport - Faithfully recreated players, real-time field damage, dynamic replays, and authentic stadium atmosphere
- Innovative and Intuitive Controls - Discover all the technical rugby moves with step-by-step hints and instinctual movements
- Hours and Hours of Competition - Online and offline Quick Match, Career, Tournament, Season, Weekly Match and Team Creation
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge - Xbox 360
- Experience the emotion and adrenaline of world class rugby union from club rugby through to international competition.
- The only game exclusively featuring the New Zealand All Blacks and Australian Wallabies. Game features 91 teams and 31 stadiums including: USA Eagles, AU/NZ Super Rugby, TOP 14 Orange, Rabo Direct PRO12, and the rugby Legend Jonah Lomu.
- Online multiplayer includes both 4 vs. 4 head-to-head play and leader board.
- Multiple game modes including Tutorial Mode, Quick Match, Competition Mode, and multi-year Career Mode.
- Create and customize players, teams, and competitions.
MXGP 2: The Official Motocross Video Game [PlayStation 4, PS4]
- Updated tracks and riders from the Official MXGP Championship, including Glen Helen and the new Americas track
- Customise every aspect of your racing team, rider, and every part on your bike, with the involvement of over 40 brands
- For the first time ever in a cross videogame, players can experience the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations
- Ride in two brand new indoor stadiums to push your riding skills to the limit
- Relive the best moments of the 2015 MXGP season with the Real Events game mode
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge (EU/UK Version) for Xbox 360
Rugby 18 (Xbox One) (UK IMPORT)
Rugby World Cup 2015 (Xbox One) (UK IMPORT)
Rugby Challenge 2 - The Lions Tour Edition for Xbox 360
- Refined and expanded gameplay with the addition of quick taps, quick lineouts, mauls from lineouts, interceptions, contesting ball at the breakdown, removing players from the ruck, number 8 scrum pickups, and dynamic in game team strategies.
- Revamped Sound and commentary systems, with realtime commentary from Grant Nisbett and former All Black Justin Marshall, along with French language commentary from Eric Bayle and Thomas Lombard.
- Game modes including Match Mode, Multi-team, Competition, expanded multi year Career Mode, Tutorial mode and online up to 4v4 multiplayer.
- 110+ teams and 50+ stadia from around the world featured including official team, competition, and special match licenses.
- More options to create or customise players, teams, and competitions, also change game rules and behaviour to shape game play.
Rugby World Cup 2015 (PS3) (UK IMPORT)
Keeping Daggerfall Fun
If you've played Daggerfall, you know it's a revolutionary game for its open-ended gameplay and incredible freedom. You probably also know that things can get repetitive after a few days if you just try to follow the story.
Put the Role Playing back in Role Playing Game
As the developers' website states, the Elder Scrolls series was started by fans of Dungeons and Dragons, the quintessential roleplaying game. Daggerfall is much more fun when role-playing, whether following the main story or not.
Rounding out a character makes him more like a person than a vehicle used to get through the game's story. Sure, creating a High Elf (impossible to paralyze) who is critically vulnerable to paralysis may be a good "bargain," but it's ultimately not as fun as making a character with personality. Create a backstory for him or her; why does your PC fear animals more than infernal demons? Why do you refuse to work for temples?
In-game, after finishing a quest, try spending a little time milling around town before taking on another job. Go get some wine and bread for dinner, and go to sleep at night, rather than when Stamina is low. Or, if your character is a thief, try wearing a disguise before heading out to pick locks under cover of darkness. Only sneak through infiltrated houses, and never sell stolen goods to the shop you've stolen from. Proud wizards would rather spend days looking for a single store than ask a lowly commoner for directions.
Try Something New
If your character is a battle-hardened soldier, why not try getting into the Thief's Guild or one of the many temples? While staying with related guilds is a good way to boost skills and create a solid character, it can be the death of interest in playing Daggerfall.
Don't even bother with guilds; wander around the massive wilderness, finding and killing any monsters you can. Dungeon crawling just to find treasure, rather than quest items and monsters, can give the player almost a feeling of liberation, rather than one of being a guild's drone.
Try sneaking up on monsters and killing them with nothing but a dagger, or picking them off with a bow and arrows without being seen.
If you hear rumors of a favorite province going to war with an enemy territory, head out for that province and start butchering civilians and guards. If the territory is large enough to house a castle, raid it and "kill" the nobles and their soldiers.
If you've worked for every guild and served the nobility well, or earned enormous fame (or infamy) in dozens of provinces, maybe it's time to retire. Buy a nice house in a small town or big city, leave your weapons and armor home, and adopt a new wardrobe. If you never bought a ship, taking up "sailing" could be a great pastime for a restless retiree. Spend time in inns and visit old guild friends once in a while; maybe you can return to action after some down time, or choose to forsake dungeon crawling for a more comfortable life. This idea is a natural result of good role playing; no adventurer will spend his whole life traveling.
Despite the game's age, it can still be a great role-playing environment for D D; players, or even Morrowind fans looking for a bigger environment. Using these tips, players can get the most out of this nine-year-old PC classic.