Brian Lara International Cricket 2007
A cricket simulation video game endorsed by Brian Lara
- Category Sport
- License Trial version
- Size 439.58 MB
- Works under Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP
- Language English
- Program by Codemasters
Play a short game of cricket with top players in the sport.
If you enjoy the short games of cricket instead of the longer tournaments, then Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 is an option. The graphics are not that great, but the movements are all right if you enjoy slow and steady. You can play in the ICC World Cup, which is one of the best features of the game. Most of the games that you will play will take place in one day. You don't have to take the team to various locations over the course of only a few days in order to get a game completed.
An improvement of this game compared to some of the other cricket games on the market is that the controls are easy to understand. Combine a few different movements to make a strategic play that can end up with a score for the team. You can control one player at a time while the other players are controlled by the computer, or you can control the entire team, changing players depending on where they are on the field.
There are quite a few coaching options. It's easy to devise a plan of action when it comes to each game, such as deciding on the best way to pass and how to get the best catch on the field. The locations where you play are realistic and are based on locations where the teams play across the United States and the rest of the world. Sometimes, the players look a little robotic while they are moving, and there are a few fields that have painted lines that are hard to detect. However, this is a game of skill that can be enjoyed if you like the sport.
- Playing in a single day
- Can compete for the world cup
- Easy controls
- Graphics are not great
- Limited player options