Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge Trophy Guide

Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge Trophy Guide

Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A sports rugby game featuring 98 licensed teams in 31 different stadiums. The offline trophies are easy to unlock, though the online will require a lot of time without a boosting partner.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge ** 26 Sidhe New Zealand 12 5 8 2 0

Jonah Romu Rugby Challenge

Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge, also known as All Blacks Rugby Challenge in New Zealand, and Wallabies Rugby Challenge in Australia, is a sports rugby video game, which features 98 licensed teams, playing in 31 stadiums. The game includes both Single and Competition modes, as well as a Multi-year Franchise mode which includes both international and representative teams, and online multiplayer. New Zealand sports broadcaster Grand Nisbett, and former rugby union player Justin Marshall, provide the in-game commentary.

Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge received generally positive reviews, with an average score of 76%, criticized for its presentation but praised for the game's overall fun.

The majority of the offline trophies are quite easy, and all could probably be unlocked within 8 hours or so. Without a boosting partner, obtaining the 50 plays will definitely add some time. However, if you have a boosting buddy, then the 50 plays shouldn't take much time, bringing the difficulty down to a low 2-star or even a high 1-star rating.

Overall, expect between 15-25 hours, depending on whether or not you are boosting the online trophies.

You'll first want to step into the Training and learn the general rules, as well as complete the tutorials. Working towards earning gold medals for each of the 28 tutorials will not only help towards earning the Bank Of Toulon trophy, but unlock the No School Boy Difficulty Here trophy.

Next are the competitions. Simulating the matches is the quickest way to get through them, but playing them manually can also help unlock some of the miscellaneous trophies, so it's up to you if you wish to take your time and make mopping-up easier for later, or not. You'll need to win the ITM Cup, Rugby 15, Top 14 Orange, and the Quad Nations competitions for their respective trophies, as well as the World Rugby Championship.

Then, head into Career Mode and work your way through to unlock the Hardcore Fan trophy. Again, it's up to you if you wish to simply simulate the match, or play it manually in order to unlock a few miscellaneous trophies along the way.

Now you should be pretty experienced with the game, so head into online and work towards playing 50 matches, in order to unlock both the Good Sport trophy, and Online Captain trophy. Each match is generally 10-15 minutes long, and they must be completed from beginning to end, in order to count. Luckily, it doesn't matter if you win or lose. If you're having trouble finding players, consider hooking up with a boosting partner in one of the forums under our Links tab.

Finally, just mop-up any miscellaneous trophies you're missing. Check out the Jonah Lomu Rugby Challenge trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you're missing and how to get it.