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Rugby 08

Cheat mode:
Unlock the following cheats by winning platinum medals in Challenge mode. To win a platinum medal you must complete all three primary objectives in any one Challenge mode match. This will then allow you to play that same match again with the chance to win a platinum medal by completing the platinum objective. The platinum objective will be listed under the primary objectives. Note: You must complete all the primary objectives before the end of the match to get the chance to play the platinum objective. Also, these unlockables will only be playable in Play Now mode. Note: You can quit the game once you have achieved the platinum objective; you do not have to play out the entire match.
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Slow mode: 10 platinum medals
Ball Trace mode: 15 platinum medals
Brake Tackle mode: 20 platinum medals
Offload mode: 25 medals
Gravity mode: 30 medals
Unknown: 38 medals

Movies:
Complete the indicated task to unlock the corresponding movie in the "EA Sports Extras" menu.
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1987 World Cup Highlights: Get a gold medal in the 1987 Final in Challenge mode.
1991 World Cup Highlights: Get a gold medal in the 1991 Final in Challenge mode.
1995 World Cup Highlights: Get a gold medal in the 1995 Final in Challenge mode.
1999 World Cup Highlights: Get a gold medal in the 1999 Final in Challenge mode.
2003 World Cup Highlights: Get a gold medal in the 2003 Final in Challenge mode.
Rugby Motion Capture Highlights: Complete all 114 Primary Objectives.

Hint: Number 8 position:
Go to the recruitment menu when World League's transfer windows are open. The "Number 8" position is, strictly speaking, belong to forwards because they are involved inside the scrum pack. But there are still Number 8's listed as backs. Number 8 listed as backs are more prevalent in lower divisions. The major difference between Number 8 (forward) and Number 8 (backs) is that most of the Number 8's on the forward list have higher scrummaging and (especially) line-out stats. This is a problem because cannot trade a forward 8 with a back 8 because they are on separate lists.
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Hint: Cross Kick play:
If you have trouble making the "Cross Kick" setplay to work, but you want to make a play using that concept, when you are in a ruck or maul situation, hold or tap Triangle, then aim to the open space. The scrum half (halfback) will cross the ball for you to chase and regather. To make it work in your favor more, wait for the fullback to come forth. If he stays back, he gets the ball back, or even calls a mark when the ball is caught cleanly inside the team's own 22m "redzone".
Rocky Mak.

Glitch: Incorrect pronunciations:
Since Ian Robertson is the main commentator of the game, Grant Fox never corrected his mispronunciations on many surnames. For example, here are the notable examples in New Zealand.
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Nonu (NO-nu), but in the game, the stress was on the second syllable.
Mauger (same sound as "major"), but was spoken in its French roots "Mo-ga", meaning "meager".
Umaga (U-ma-nga), but was spoken as "u-MA-ga".

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