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Here will be all the information you need to know about Pro Rugby Manager 2005.
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Apart from that, is this from the official site:
"The hard hitting,
try scoring, goal kicking phenomenon that is Pro Rugby Manager returns to PC
CDROM in 2005 bigger than ever before. With over 100 clubs and national
teams, lead your squad to victory in national championships, the Super-12,
Tri Nations, Six Nations, European Cups and the ultimate prize, the World
Pro Rugby Manager 2005 features 30 incredibly authentic 3D stadiums and photo realistic players. Manage your players with a whole new training system and search for the future hopes of the game with an improved scouting engine. Shout instructions from the touchline with more conviction than ever with a mass of new offensive moves and suffocating defensive tactics. Pro Rugby Manager 2005 takes everything that made the original game a smash hit to a new level of realism and depth that all rugby fans will relish."
"Disappointed England rugby fans can today finally raise
a smile, as Britsoft games publisher Digital Jesters announces a name change
to Pro Rugby Manager 2005 – the latest-line up in its range of stunning
sports management titles to Pro Rugby Manager 2.
The outstanding sequel to this year's Pro Rugby Manager 2004 will offer a vast array of visual and gaming improvements – which gives players the closest insight yet into the strategies and tactics necessary for turning league and national sides into unstoppable, try-scoring teams.
Andy Robinson can take advantage of the code for the upcoming Six Nations. An overhaul in every sense of its predecessor, it sets new standards for sports management games which are in 2D and 3D.
Offering over 40 fully-licensed and faithfully replicated club and national teams, players can tinker with tactics, formation, line-up and training before each match. During the game, Pro Rugby Manager 2 displays each bone-crunching tackle, each heart-in-mouth drop kick and every maddening pass and dash to the try-line in such glorious, motion-captured detail, it rivals anything TV coverage can offer.
Every Zurich Premiership team plays in a fully rendered stadium created from the real stadiums themselves. In addition, 18 other rugby landmarks appear in the game, so players can feel the thrill of Vicarage Road stadium the buzz of the Headingly stadium and the atmosphere of the Causeway stadium.
Fresh faces can be brought into the team to compete alongside more famous players, with training regimes set and tweaked to develop stamina, vision, strategies and skills. Injury management has been improved to allow players to get their team in perfect shape for every match.
Stats and player rosters will be fully up to date for time of launch, resulting in the closest thing to running a professional rugby team the games world has ever seen.
"Pro Rugby Manager 2 is a fully-fledged sequel in every sense," says Leo Zullo, Marketing Director, Digital Jesters. "A complete overhaul in every sense, it's a stunning recreation of one of the most difficult management jobs in the world. We had originally planned to release this under the title of Pro Rugby Manager 2005 – but the changes and enhancements from the previous version are so substantial it's transformed into a true sequel rather than an update."
Pro Rugby Manager 2 will be available on PC CD-ROM in February 2005. "
Minimum System Requirements
Pentium III 500Mhz, 128 MB RAM, 16mb graphics card, DirectX 9.0 compatible (Nvidia Geforce or ATI Radeon chipsets), DirectX 9.0 compatible Sound card, Windows 98/2000/ME/XP, 1.2GB free disk space"