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Rugby League Live 3

Rating Summary

Based on 4 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

58

Top Critic Average

Based on 4 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4May 17, 2016
Xbox OneSep 10, 2015
PCSep 29, 2015

Developer: Big Ant Studios

Publisher: Tru Blu Entertainment

Genres: Simulation, Sports

Rugby League enters the next-generation with Rugby League Live 3! Featuring an all new Be A Pro career mode and FanHub Player Sharing system, the game is a a must-have for any footy fan!

Where to Buy

Amazon

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Reviews

IGN

6.5 / 10.0
IGN

Rugby League Live 3 is close to being a great game. It’s certainly the best rugby game on new- and last-gen systems, but its steep learning curve, lack of training, AI weirdness, and returning sins from past games hold it back. It’s a shame, because when all the pieces click into place, this can be a compelling experience.

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Stevivor

5.5 / 10.0
Stuart Gollan

This is yet another rugby league game that requires patience and understanding to enjoy, compromises we have been expected to make for 20 years now and with so many other legitimately great games out there, both sports and otherwise, they are compromises few should or will make.

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AusGamers

Joaby
5 / 10.0
AusGamers

About a gazillion times better than Rugby World Cup 2015, but it's just not able to compete in the big leagues against well made, polished titles like FIFA 16, NBA 2K16 and Madden 16.

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Pure Xbox

6 / 10
Ken Barnes

Rugby League Live 3 contains a multitude of impressive features that you'd usually really only expect from the 2ks and EAs of this world and that's to the developer's credit. Extremely detailed off the pitch and generally fun on it, the game is it's only let down by a number of areas where the polish hasn't been applied as well as it could have been. Sadly, those issues do start to mount up with extended play but was it not for the player selection issue, it would have scored an extra point here for sure.

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