Summary: I recently bought Don Bradman 14 ps3 version. After playing for 4 days, rather than enjoying, all I did was to master the game. After returning it, I purchased ashes 2009 ps3. I should say that this is the best one, I really like it. I would've given 5 stars if the game permits editing player names.
Summary: Ashes 2009 could have been better , if not for noticeable glitches in game play . While faulty umpiring occasionally makes it more realistic , it is overdone.Another thing is the fielding. The fielding is simply horrific.The appealing,too is overdone Otherwise, the game was good.
Summary: Cricket games have never captured the public imagination like, say, football games, mainly because a more complex sport is bound to breed a less-easily-grasped video game. But Codemasters' Brian Lara-branded games of yore consistently outshone their rivals, and finally, the Britsoft publisher has...
Summary: In terms of game modes there's everything here most cricket fans will want. The Ashes themselves are the main draw, backed up by the proper licence (although we're not sure if player likenesses were part of that deal, as most only vaguely match their real life counterparts).