Summary: While I really enjoyed the first game as well as UbiSofts two Naruto games this one while stunningly visually appealing felt pretty much like the first game. For any Naruto fan or fighting game fan the series is entertaining and playing the vast array of Naruto characters also brings out the...
Summary: Bought for my husband to replace the PS2 version, having upgraded to PS3. Is probably fine and enables the player to get involved as a manager of a cricket team but my husband, personally finds it too "time consuming".
Summary: A tough game that requires lots of time and patience to master. Fairly complex controls. If you want to just "pick up and play" this isn't the game for you. You need to commit some time if you want any success with this game. Good value - if you have the time to master it.
Summary: This game is just an add on to the Ashes 2009 game and I wish I didn't buy this now. The batting on this game is a lot harder and the squads don't include some big names such as - Kieswetter, Lumb, Tremlett, Finn.
Summary: Good Points 1/ Can start with an easy mode & get the hang of it 2/Shot selection & batting footwork are intuitive 3/Quite challenging to bowl well Poor Points 1/ Commentary gets old v fast as limited 2/Updating player skills is really clunky 3/ You don't always know why you failed as a batter...
Good as far as Cricket games for the Next Gen go..
25 February 2011
Summary: International Cricket 2010 is an ok sports game. For me, this is the first game I have bought on the next gen consoles (in my case PS3) as I stood well clear of the slated Ashes 2009, and after playing this, I'm glad I didn't play it's 'inferior' predecessor.