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Genre: Sports

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'Rugby 2004' - Demo Available NOW

by Rainier on July 25, 2003 @ 8:58 a.m. PDT

Get the Rugby 2004 demo Off Worthplaying (113mb)

Download and play the EA SPORTS Rugby 2004 PC Demo today. This version of the demo will allow you to play either Australia or England in Stadium Australia. Make sure you read the readme.txt file before you play for hints and tips.


Action - Keyboard - Joypad

Select - S - Button 1
Back - W - Button 5

Run - Cursors - Directional pad
Sprint - Spacebar - Button 8
Pass Left - A - Button 5
Pass Right - D - Button 6
Tackle - S - Button 1
Change Player - Left Shift - Button 7
Kicking - S, W or Q - Buttons 1, 3 or 4 (grubber, punt/drop kick, up and under)
Feed Scrums - S - Button 1
Hook during scrums - Q - Button 4
Start drive - E - Button 2
Drive direction - Cursors - Directional pad
Line out throws - S, E or W - Button 1, 2 or 3 (Front, Medium or Long)
Line out catch - Cursor/Directional pad Up, Right or Down (Front, Medium or Long)
Try - Any button behind the tryline

Full game will feature :


95 teams in all
Over 2000 players in all
All RWC qualifying teams (plus international teams that did not qualify)
All Super 12 teams
All the European Cup teams
3 model levels…high, medium and low res depending on characters on screen
Player form and injuries
All new highly detailed motion capture for bone-crunching tackles, scrums, lineouts, kicking and passing etc
All new AI engine
Player editor offering changes to every element of each player on your team including height, weight, look and playing attributes


Training pitch
World Cup
Tri Nations
6 Countries
Bledisloe Cup
Super 12
European Cup
British Tour
Historic Matches
Master League (The flagship tournament that allows you to fully trade/customize your player/team/tournament and play right through a ‘career’ style mode.)


75 Stadiums in all from around the world, including all the RWC Stadiums
Essentially there is a home stadium for each team included in the game…some teams use the same stadium
Varying pitch types…normal, hard, soggy, muddy
Real time pitch wearing and weather conditions
Dynamic crowds that support the home team
High Grade lighting and shadows


Australian Rugby Union (ARU)
New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU)
South African Rugby Union (SARFU)
Rugby Football Union (RFU)
Scottish Rugby Union (SRU)
Federation Francaise de Rugby (FFR)
Rugby World Cup (RWC)
Super 12


New in game audio, captured at actual rugby games that reflect crowd emotion
Play by play commentary from the BBC’s John Inverdale and Channel 7’s Gordon Bray

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