A rugby fest of more than 16 nations!
The game occupies itself with the Wembley Rugby League of 1990, and it offers you a selection of 16 countries that were participating in that competition. The gameplay is action oriented, similar to your regular soccer game of the era but, for a rugby simulation, it sure is a stand apart one. What makes World Class Rugby: Five Nations so great is that it no longer looks great, but it also controls excellently. As the Sensible Soccer games, this one too simplifies the rule set of the real world game, and in doing that, it just focuses the gameplay to the actual important bits of the game. Also, it can be opted for a game to go on for up to 40 real time minutes, if you want to feel like you're really playing a real competition, or you can go for as small as 2 minute game session. The amount of flexibility, in terms of difficulty is also very high; there are 7 levels of difficulty and there are also other options to fiddle with, such as color of the field, of your team's shirts and more. Plus, as I said, it's highly playable and fun.