Cricket 2002 (PS2) Reviews
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Customer Cricket 2002 (PS2) Reviews (7)
by - written on 18/04/02, updated on 18/04/02 (Very useful, 1757 readings)
Ah, Cricket. The sound of leather on willow. Sipping cider on a sunny saturday afternoon at Taunton as the mighty cidermen cruise towards another triumph. You just can't beat it. There, at least you know where I'm coming from, because I do accept that the majority of the population thinks that any sport that takes several days to finish is an utterly stupid idea, so this review is written essentially for the cricket enthusiast (cricket's just not the type of game the casually curious might elect to buy a computer game about, as opposed to, say, snowboarding). Up until now the finest cricket game on any format has been Brian Lara ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/02, updated on 27/03/02 (Very useful, 669 readings)
For those of you who played Brian Lara Cricket (Shane Warne Cricket in Australia) on the PSone or PC, EA cricket 2002 will feel instantly familiar. This is because Cricket 2002 was made by the developers behind BLC (published by Codemasters). As a result the game feels more like a sequel to BLC and this is a good thing. BLC was the best cricket game available, and this improves upon it. Gone is the dodgy third umpire feature; now replaced by one that actually works. All the other bugs from BLC seem to have disappeared, although my PS2 did crash on one occasion and the commentator (Richie Benaud) does still seem to predict boundaries with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/02, updated on 22/04/02 (Very useful, 1493 readings)
If cricket is one of my most loathed sports, why is it I can?t stop playing Cricket 2002? This game is absolutely fantastic - there really is no need to play the actual sport thanks to EA Sports? PS2 offering! I cannot stand watching cricket on the television, nothing ever seems to happen, but at least the sport was the inspiration behind this game. My perception of Electronic Arts is rapidly changing for the better. SSX and Tricky were fantastic sports games, if a little crazy, they?re fun to play in one or two player games, and believe it or not non-extreme sports other than football can actually make a decent video game. If cricket is to you as it is to me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/03, updated on 09/09/03 (Useful, 88 readings)
Recent years have seen a painfully slow improvement for cricket fans, we've had Brian Lara Cricket, a decent all round game with good graphics and Cricket 2000, which was very disappointing in my view. Now, for PC and PSX2 we have Cricket 2002 from EA Sports. There was quite a lot of hype from cricket fans before this game was released and understandably so, the screenshots looked great and the game features were impressive. The game has a nice, easy menu system which means you can pretty much pick it up and play, it is quite similar to BLC in this respect. All international teams are included with accurate player statistics, the players can also be edited ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/02, updated on 03/02/02 (Useful, 760 readings)
If you think Brain lara Cricket is the best cricket game ever made, you got another thing coming. It's Cricket 2002 on the PS2. If you are a cricket fan and own a PS2 you definetly need to go to the shops and grab yourself a copy of cricket 2002 NOW !!! The games features are amazing. There is intuitive batting and bowling control which allows you to play off the front or back foot, it also allows you to spin,seam or change pace of the ball. Cricket 2002 has DEEP GAMEPLAY, there are one-day games and test matches. The game includes 10 international teams and 22 international stadia, plus much more. You can score big boundaries and ... Read the complete review
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