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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:13pm 27/06/17 | 0 Comments
And that's for PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC release to come later. Anyway, as the second high-profile Aussie sports game to be released this year here's hoping that Rugby League Live 4 turns out better than AFL: We Didn't Spend Much Money At All On This 2017 Edition. And based on the new trailer, the answer to that could be a "yes".

As a Melbournite who has never watched a Rugby League match or taken the time to understand the rules, this looks -- okay, I guess.



Hey, they took the time to model some cool looking stadiums with grass and crowds and feature a bunch of realistic looking tackle-based animations. Hehe, tackle-based.

Which is more than can be said about AFL: What Was It Called Again? 2017 Edition.



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