Reviews and Problems with Brian Lara International Cricket 2007
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Brian Lara International Cricket 2007; Hit for 6
28 September 2007
Excerpt: "...see the latest edition of Brian Lara International Cricket. After a two year wait was it all worth it? It was pleasing to see the graphics had been improved, player authenticity was a big improvement. Faces had been improved to distinguish certain players but some were still the basic formats. It was nice to see the that the newer ranges of bats such as the Gray Nicholls predator and Slazenger SXI, although it was a bit of a disappointment not to ...
Excerpt: "...series introduction to the PS2, Brian lara international cricket '05, brought to the genre a new feel of fast paced gaming and easy-to-play batting and bowling. This game does little to damage this, indeed enhance in many places, although it is clear that the tinkering by Codemaster's has overall, left the game at the same level it was before. Some of the changes have taken away from the fluid gameplay of BLIC2005 such as the tedious fielding, ...
Pros: Easy batting and bowling, array authentic game modes, huge unlocks, new batting features, exception presentation
Cons: Poor fielding, field placements take too long, unintelligent AI
Excerpt: "...the latest installment of the Brian Lara Cricket series was very good. The overall layout looks much better. But that changed when I was playing on it for a few minutes. I'll start with the music. It was terrible really. Just one song played over and over and it was a rubbish one at that. But I did try my best to ignore that and carry on with playing the game. I was really quite annoyed that there wasn't the same create a player mode as in the 2005 ...
Excerpt: "...have been playing the Codemaster Brian Lara series since the golden days of the Megadrive. This is the latest offering in cricket games but is it a Yorker or a pea-roller? Graphically, the game is sufficient, with some realistic-looking models which you can identify along with the cryptic clues presented by the unlicensed names. The character motion is superb, with technically sound cover drives, forward defences et cetera. Each shot also requires ...
Excerpt: "...the first was the original Brian Lara Cricket Game. I haven't played on any of the other previous BLC games before this. I also chose to get this instead of Cricket 2007 (EA Sports) after reading reviews and playing both games at friends houses. The game is a good, realistic(ish), cricket game that is the best out there at the moment. Starting with the positives. I like the bowling and batting. They are easy to pick up (perhaps too easy - see ...
Pros: Best cricket game at the moment, play world cup, test and one dayers, all teams