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Rugby manager 3

15/05/16 13:53
Forest red are you for real then that just means people lower down would make up to top leauge then until max everything out to be able always use max mb so if you have a good team because that what you work on fist instead of maxing out building you wont stay in top league without use mb then so it has to go
15/05/16 23:54
guest_1443797348805 :

Forest red are you for real then that just means people lower down would make up to top leauge then until max everything out to be able always use max mb so if you have a good team because that what you work on fist instead of maxing out building you wont stay in top league without use mb then so it has to go


Which brings us back to our original question, what the chuff is happening next?
20/05/16 08:10
I think my point just relates to the fact that every one will use max mb so it will just even out.

Are you for real?
20/05/16 22:58
Ben Essien :

I think the fact that the leagues almost remain the same restricts the competitiveness of the game and there's almost nothing to aim for...why can't there be one top league with promotion and relegation and structure leagues under that...we now have this situation were it's almost impossible not to be promoted each year with nine teams going up and with three teams coming up from below its like the status quo at the top has been achieved and that's how it will now remain. What's wrong with making promotion harder and having less leagues at the top. It gives lower level players something to aim for and increases competition at top as ultimately the best players would end together in a premiership style keague, the bottom few players would be relegated each season and we could have an answer each season as to who the best player in game is.. Leaving structure as it is will just see more top level players jack this game in in coming months


Couldn't agree more. When you get into the top tier, and you are in a top guild, you start playing the same players in championships, Tourneys and Guild Challenges (we must have played Lomu Leg-ends and their ravenous desire to use MB whenever they can) about 8 times in the GVG challenge. The whole game is starting to get ..... well boring actually.

21/05/16 10:32
Gareth Lewis :

Ben Essien :

I think the fact that the leagues almost remain the same restricts the competitiveness of the game and there's almost nothing to aim for...why can't there be one top league with promotion and relegation and structure leagues under that...we now have this situation were it's almost impossible not to be promoted each year with nine teams going up and with three teams coming up from below its like the status quo at the top has been achieved and that's how it will now remain. What's wrong with making promotion harder and having less leagues at the top. It gives lower level players something to aim for and increases competition at top as ultimately the best players would end together in a premiership style keague, the bottom few players would be relegated each season and we could have an answer each season as to who the best player in game is.. Leaving structure as it is will just see more top level players jack this game in in coming months


Couldn't agree more. When you get into the top tier, and you are in a top guild, you start playing the same players in championships, Tourneys and Guild Challenges (we must have played Lomu Leg-ends and their ravenous desire to use MB whenever they can) about 8 times in the GVG challenge. The whole game is starting to get ..... well boring actually.


It's become like Groundhog Day...shame really as the game had potential
21/05/16 17:11
A upgrade is almost certainly needed and they need to address a few problems like MB, the league format, and the building limits.

It's a great, addictive game and we all have invested time and in some cases money into it. But there comes a point when people get bored and leave. It's up to the developers now? They have had a lot of feedback on this forum to make the game better. Do they upgrade RM2 or start a new RM and take all the feedback on board.
21/05/16 20:32
Michael Taylor :

A upgrade is almost certainly needed and they need to address a few problems like MB, the league format, and the building limits.

It's a great, addictive game and we all have invested time and in some cases money into it. But there comes a point when people get bored and leave. It's up to the developers now? They have had a lot of feedback on this forum to make the game better. Do they upgrade RM2 or start a new RM and take all the feedback on board.


Dunno but it would be nice to know what their plans are. We've already got a contingency in place in our guild on what to do if people pack it in and Coke back for rm3. At the minute it's like watching Saracens play, repetitive, predictable and always the same outcome.
21/05/16 23:29
Agree mate.

The developers comment on a lot of stuff on here. A little message saying that RM3 is/isnt going to happen soon will be enough
22/05/16 01:57
Michael Taylor :

Agree mate.

The developers comment on a lot of stuff on here. A little message saying that RM3 is/isnt going to happen soon will be enough


As much as a lot of us - me included - would like to know this information I think you will find that what we are asking is Commercially Confidential information so the developers will be reluctant to share.