A good game to play and an easy gamerscore to earn.
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: My Purchase. I am going to be totally honest here and tell you right now that real cricket is a sport I have no interest in but virtual cricket I can live with especially when the game is as easy as this one and I can get 1,000 gamerscore from it in what I can only describe as a surprisingly short time.
Pros: Designed so anyone can play this game .
Cons: It is just cricket there are no extra modes .
Summary: Having watched and played cricket for a number of years I bought the game to satisfy my cravings during the winter. Good points-Batting with a (almost) 1st person view point,variety of deliveries,lots of game modes and various settings Bad bits-Poor graphics,can not control fielders,strange bowling changes from opposition (Jonathon Trott bowling 31 overs in a test match),generally poor AI,lack of licensing for teams other than England and Australia
Summary: a very good game I have nothing wrong with it bought it for my 11 year old son and he loved it apart from the fact that he thinks there should be reviews in the game but it is still a very good game
Summary: Great game if you just want to hammer (and be hammered) the ball baseball style, but if test cricket is your thing prepare to be disappointed - you soon learn there's no point batting sensibly; slog every ball and you'll end up with far more than if you try it 'Boycott style'. So it's fun... but it's not cricket.