Reviews and Problems with Brian Lara International Cricket 2007
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27 March 2007
Summary: Currently this is a game split in two. On one hand you have the really poor AI to play against in single player which swiftly offers little or no challenge. However, the on-line component has to be one of the most enjoyable games I've played in years (probably since BF1942 & Desert Combat) and...
Arguably the best cricket game ever released. An easy must for a those who like cricket games
7 August 2011
Excerpt: With EA Games practically dominating the sports market of video games, there was one sport which they couldn't quite crack. Not that they were bad games but EA's Cricket 2002, 2004 and 2005 were marred by the fact that the batting system was easy and pleasurable, while the bowling system was too...
A fun game at the time but Codemasters must progress now.
10 August 2009
Excerpt: I remember I played this game to death for awhile in 2005 but recently as the Ashes started again I thought that I would give it another go as my PS3 has backwards compatability. The game was released around the famous Ashes 2005 series and is called Ricky Ponting Cricket in Australia.
Excerpt: Cricket is one of those games that is really difficult to get perfectly right but to be fair to this game its still the best cricket game i've ever played. The game was created when the West Indian batsman Brian Lara was the best player around the game has a number of menus and features and is well...
A fun batting game which will soon get quite annoying because of all the niggles
1 June 2009
Excerpt: Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 (BLIC) is the best Cricket game currently available on the market (that is not to say that it is an excellent game). I expect this soon to be massively eclipsed by the new Codemasters title Ashes Cricket 2009 which is due out in July.
Excerpt: Brian charles Lara = cricket god. I think this man is fantastic and the game, for me, lives up to the legend who it is named after. This game was really fantastic. I was able to hit over a thousand runs for no wickets lost on the easiest mode, although this may be considered slightly pointless by...
Excerpt: The legend is back! After making his debut on PS1 he finally releases a game on PS2! The game doesnt dissapoint. The great world cup and champions strophy modes really excel. The players look realistic and have their actual names!
Excerpt: I big cricket fan and player i am i was finally relieved to 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.
Excerpt: As a seasoned veteran of this series, i can say that this game does leave you wanting more. The first 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.
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