Rugby World Cup 95
If you enjoy trying new things and are a fan of EA Sports games, then you'll want to try EA's latest sports gaming entry, World Cup Rugby.
You'll want to become familiar with the way the game is played. In Europe, rugby is the second most popular sport, behind soccer.
If you're not familiar with rugby and haven't seen it on ESPN, then the glossary of terms in the instruction booklet will come in very handy. This is one game where you won't be able to play it very well and win without reading the manual.
If you score a "try," you'll notice the player diving across the goal line. All of the best teams in world-class rugby are represented in the game.
Mauling is part of the game and all that means is that you are getting tackled by the opposition when you have the ball.
When you or the opposition runs the ball across your end line, they are awarded five points. Then they get a chance to kick it between the uprights and two points are awarded if the ball goes between the posts. The game isn't that difficult to play, you just have to know what you're doing. A little bit of practice and you'll be playing rugby like the pros.
Grubber kicks and drop outs are part of the game. One sure-fire technique is to watch the opposing team work the ball down the field and learn.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
Rugby World Cup 95 Screenshots
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