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    This might only be for serious Rugby fans, but it's well executed to the point you can almost feel the mud on your face.
    The NFL isn't the only sport on the planet to use a pointy ball. Elsewhere we have Rugby, where men or women will wrestle each other to the ground, wear no helmets or shoulder pads and generally get muddy.
    There's more to it than that, obviously, but it's a pretty physical sport. It's also very popular in some regions, like parts of Europe, South America, South Africa and the Pacific. Rugby isn't known for being a video game smash hit, though back in 1995 the official game of the World Cup for that year was pretty terrific.
    Rugby 18 is the latest attempt and it launches on October 24 in North America and November 3 in Europe for Xbox One and PS4, arriving for PC through Steam on October 27. And while it's pretty well executed, it's unlikely that anyone but big Rugby fans will, or should bother with it.

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    10-24-2017 02:10 AM

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