Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 (Xbox 360) Reviews
Description:Genre: Sports / The game recreates the ICC Champions Trophy 2006 and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 as officially licensed events, complete with player names and likenesses. In addition, the game will also feature an array of officially licensed cricket ... more
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by - written on 09/04/08 (Useful, 20 readings)
brian lara 07 is the next installment of the critically aclaimed brian lara series. In the last game you choose a teamto guide through the cricket world cup, selcting and ultimatley playing as the team. The newest game has the same concept. The games improvements are hard to notice at first but you can see changes. The training for instance has a more indepth system, showing you step by step what is what. The main menu is slightley more clear an easy to navigate. The choice of locations and balls is pretty much the same except for the few extra venues included in the world cup. The playing of the game itself is fairley straight forward, ball goes to those stick things. . Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Having always been a fan of having a variety of games available to play I spotted this little gem for £4.99 brand new in my local Gamestation the other day and simply had to take a punt on it but was it still £4.99 wasted or is it really up there with the best of them? Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 is the game which came out in time for the ICC world cup and so one of the biggest offerings in this game is the chance to play your way through this tournament. Well thought out and clear menus allows the gamer to know exactly what is going on and what you are doing which although a small thing is not something you find with all games ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
My first impressions of the latest installment of the Brian Lara Cricket series was very good. The overall layout looks much better. But that changed when I was playing on it for a few minutes. I'll start with the music. It was terrible really. Just one song played over and over and it was a rubbish one at that. But I did try my best to ignore that and carry on with playing the game. I was really quite annoyed that there wasn't the same create a player mode as in the 2005 version. I had hoped it would be the same, where you earn points playing for any team you like and you earned a different amount of points depending on amounts of runs scored etc. Unfortunately that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/09 (Very useful, 3 readings)
A fantastic game, this is the closest thing i've ever seen to real cricket on a console, the bowling is hit and miss, you only have the option to place the ball in various areas, pitch it and spin, swing or bounce it as you feel appropriate, this is fine but as with real spin bowling the ball doesn't always go where you want it. Fielding is ok, occasionally you can make good catches but retrieving the ball is simply a case of throwing at a point close to the maximum to return to the wicketkeeper as soon as possible. Batting is where this game really comes into its own, there are a huge variety of batting options, leg sweeps, straight drives, cover drives, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/08 (Very useful, 21 readings)
This game offers a few new features on its predecessor, for example, there is far more hidden trophies to unlock, and the fielding control has been greatly improved, meaning that it is now possible to run players out. Sadly, this game is not an unmitagated success. After half an hour of game play, chances are you would have heard the extent of the commentary vocab. Indeed, so often do you hear the words 'their in disarray' or 'theres been a mix up' you find that these terms enter your everyday usage down the pub! Some of the commentary has even been lifted from the old game, so chances are, you would have heard most of the commentary lines before you even break open the . Read the complete review
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