World Class Rugby

DOS game, 1991

Genre:
Sports
Year:
1991
Developer:
Dentons
Publisher:
Audiogenic
Perspective:
3rd-person, Top-down
Theme:
Rugby

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In World Class Rugby, players could experience the core aspects of rugby gameplay, from scrums and lineouts to exhilarating tries. The game featured a variety of international teams, each with their strengths and weaknesses, mirroring the diversity of the sport. Players could participate in friendly matches or compete in tournament modes, adding to the game's replayability. …read more

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In World Class Rugby, players could experience the core aspects of rugby gameplay, from scrums and lineouts to exhilarating tries. The game featured a variety of international teams, each with their strengths and weaknesses, mirroring the diversity of the sport. Players could participate in friendly matches or compete in tournament modes, adding to the game's replayability.

The graphics were typical of early '90s DOS games, with simple sprites representing players and a top-down view of the pitch. While not graphically sophisticated, it was effective in conveying the essential elements of the game. The controls were straightforward but required some practice to master, especially for executing more complex moves and strategies.

One of the notable aspects of World Class Rugby was its attempt to incorporate the rules and nuances of rugby union. This level of detail provided a more authentic experience, although it also meant a steeper learning curve for those unfamiliar with the sport. The AI offered a decent challenge, making matches engaging and competitive.

Despite its limitations in graphics and sound, World Class Rugby was a solid attempt to capture the essence of rugby in a video game. It offered fans a way to enjoy the sport's strategic and physical aspects, all from the comfort of their home computers. For rugby enthusiasts and sports game collectors, it remains a nostalgic piece of gaming history.

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