5 Years of Us!
You'll be able to find all our 5-year celebrations up here. There's going to be some great stuff.
Five years of Games of the Year...
Five years of the forums...
Five years of KNTV...
Five years caught in our documentry...
Five years of Doctor Who...
Cardiff Blues- Sonic The Hedgehog
A high-speed, Adrenaline- fuelled side, who have had plenty of success in the past.
Sonic? Leigh Halfpenny, the 21-year-old Wales winger is one of the quickest players in world Rugby, with the skills to back it up. His long-range goal kicking is amongst the best in the league, as are his finishing and high ball skills.
Tails has to be Richie Rees, the Blues scrum-half- Small, he seems to glide around and constantly gets on everyone’s nerves, yet is just what his side of the battle needs, secretly calculating with a god Rugby brain.
Gethin Jenkins, meanwhile, is Big the Cat in looks, but more like fellow feline Blaze in style. For a prop, the amount he does around the pitch is phenomenal, and the tackles he pulls off are second-to-none.
Ospreys- Super Smash Bros.
A mega-mix of stars, very entertaining, yet you can't help but feel nervous at the prospect of trusting them to win awards.
Shane Williams is arguably the best player in the world, so it makes sense for him to be MetaKnight, an overly good character with quick feet and some amazing moves.
King Dedede is Huw Bennett- He's not very good at all, yet remains popular with selectors. And sticking on a forwards note, Jerry Collins is Solid Snake, nobody expected him there, yet he's been fantastic.
Dan Biggar is Mario- Unspectacular yet he has confidence in his own ability and so manages to hold what is otherwise a completely random group of stars together, as a really rather good package.
Newport-Gwent Dragons: Elite Beat Agents
A low-budget production, yet always manages to entertain. No big stars, but they're starting to come through as good players/characters in their own rights.
Will Harries will be flattered by this comparison: The Elite Beat Divas. Turning up late in the day to impress with speed and footwork? That's got both of them covered. Welsh fans will be hoping to see more of 'The new Shane Williams' in the red shirt this year.
Chris Silverscreen from the 'Makes No Difference' level is the half-back pairing of Jason Tovey and Wayne Evans: Young guns that aren't afraid to tell other what to do, and are key to the success of the bigger picture.
Despite their form last season, only Luke Charteris can hold down a place in the Welsh team- A similar disposition to agents on each difficulty- dance well, but still outcasts.
A hugely successful and high-budget product, but they're starting to fall behind their rivals. Also: Violent.
Captain Paul O'Connell had a mixed year last time around, especially compared to his Lions-leading form the season before, but is still a gnarled, fearless on-field general looking to strike back- A bit like Master Chief himself, wouldn't you say?
Ronan O'Gara meanwhile is more like Cortana, Master Chief’s holographic computer-based companion. The tactician behind the power of the other, yet both are easily walked through.