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Submitted by mathsman 815d ago | news

Rugby Challenge 2: The Lions Tour Edition Coming in 2013

Home Entertainment Suppliers Pty Ltd (HES) have announced the development of Rugby Challenge 2: The Lions Tour Edition for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, by New Zealand based developer Sidhe. The sequel product includes myriad new features, improvements and fresh content including the addition of the highly anticipated British and Irish Lions 2013 Tour of Australia. (All Blacks Rugby Challenge 2, Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge 2, PC, PS3, Rugby Challenge 2: The Lions Tour Edition, Xbox 360)

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ironfist92  +   815d ago
Cant wait
shivvy24  +   815d ago
my brothers not a gamer but his into sports games like these, ill pick it up for his birthday
S_C  +   814d ago
Cant Wait Either, EA need to bring out their rugby games again. I just hope they have sorted out their offload system in this game as the last one was so unrealistic
jason13  +   807d ago
i cant wait until this game comes out but i hope the Europe teams are regirsterd unlike the last game. also that you can pick thelions team and they will be regirsterd

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