EA Cricket 2002 will truly be a hallmark game, not only for Cricket, but also for all sport simulations." All the international teams and players, fully licenced! Astonishingly high detail in the players' faces bodies and game stadia. The equipment, such as bats, gloves and pads, also feature incredible detail. Commentary by the legendary Richie Benaud and Jim Maxwell. TV style gameplay including TV overlays and a detailed replay feature allowing the player to view the action from a wide selection of camera angles (including of course stump cam and helmet cam). Huge 3D stadium sound effects based on real crowd sounds from all over the world. Crowd effects change to reflect peaks and troughs in the game.
This game is also certain to have high standards in the sound department. Not only have Electronic Arts accurately captured the sound of the crowds and players for the game but are also including commentary from the legendary Richie Benaud, Jim Maxwell and Bill Lawry. Time will tell how well EA Sports Cricket 2002 will stack up next to EA Sports' other games on Playstation 2, and other Cricket games from past years. However, seeing as there hasn't been a decent cricket game on a console, or PC, since Shane Warne's Cricket several years ago I'll take this game no matter what. With EA's usual spit and polish, as well as their stringent QA testing, I'm fairly hopeful that EA Sports Cricket 2002 will be quite impressive. The game is currently expected on the shelves in Australia in early December. Let's hope this holds true so we can all have a very merry Christmas.
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