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Brian Lara 2007: Pressure Play

Released on 31 August 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (12 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Prepare for an all-new, handheld Brian Lara challenge with Brian Lara 2007: Pressure Play, an original title in the best-selling cricket series for the PSP (PlayStation Portable) system.

Brian Lara 2007: Pressure Play is specifically designed for PSP gaming with an emphasis on new burst-play cricket challenges and will deliver all the exciting and accessible cricket gameplay that the series is renowned for.
  • "Pressure Play" Mission Mode - bite-sized challenges that cover every nuance of cricket.
  • Varying from easy "hit-a-six" challenges to difficult "win the match in the last over" situations.
  • 16 unique missions to master in five different categories.
  • Compete wirelessly with a friend in a one-on-one ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 warm-up match.
  • Play in the officially licensed ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 game mode.
  • 16 licensed international ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 teams with official kits.
  • 240 licensed international ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 players with real player names and likenesses.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (12 reviews)


| | See all George321's reviews (10)

Amazing game, controls are very easy to get used too, great gameplay. the batting and bowling are very easy to learn but fielding takes a little longer. the menu has 5 options they are Play Cricket where you can play the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, ICC Champions Trophy 2006, Custom ODI, Custom Test, Custom Twenty Overs then theres Coaching Mode where you can learn how to bowl going through Basic bowling, Run up And Timing, Ball Placement, Other Common Deliveries, Movement in the air, Approaches, LBW, Special pace delivery and spin bowlers. learn how to bat by using Ground strokes, Lofted Shots, Defensive Shots, Sweep Shots, Moving across the pitch, Running and Moving Down The Pitch, then you learn how to field by learning how to do Basic Catching, Close catches, Throwing To The Wickets, Field layout and Attacking Fields there is also The nets where you can practice batting or bowling and the Glossary. the 3rd option is called Custom Teams here you can make your own player in Custom Player and make your own team using people from other countries and people you have made in Custom Team. then there is load game where you can load any games you have saved. the fifht and final one is The Pavilion where the options are Profiles where you can load a profile or save one, then there is Unlocks And Rewards where you can look at the Gallery where all the photos you have unlocked will be, the trophy cabinet where the trophies you have won are, the caps cabinet where all the hats you have won are, and the kit bag where all kit you have won are (e.g Bats Gloves Helmets ETC...). theres also credits and Cheats the cheats are:
Heat seeker-hit the stumps every time
Extra tools-a suite of tools for the bowler
Perfect hands-catch the ball every time
Bat out of hell-100 percent batting skills
Mad skills-maxed stats for everyone
Unlock all rewards-Need i say more
then theres Options - Display options
Audio options
and Records - ODI records
Test records
ICC Cricket World Cup records

overall this game is fantastic and is a must buy i've got it in PS2 and PSP both are amazing worth all five stars dont even bother looking at cricket 07 theres no point buy this game and youll be amused forever FIVE STARS WITHOUT A DOUBT NO OTHER CRICKET GAME CAN COMPETE WITH THIS ONE.

 Those of you giving it 5 stars, have you played it ?

| | See all qwerty12345's reviews (1)

The answer is obviously no. Now I love BLC and have bought all the versions since the PS1 version came out and it kept getting better and better. I lived in hope that they would make one for the PSP, now I wish they hadn't bothered.

- Lack of options. 16 Pressure Play missions and a world cup is all you get. No test matches, nothing else, just plain and simple.
- The gameplay. The main selling point of BLC was that it was fun to play, I find this version just utterly frustrating. I found the batsman swinging their bats towars positions I hadn't stated, the timing seemed to differ regardless of when I pressed it and just found the gameplay very clunky losing all fun aspects the other BLC game had made their main selling point.

What a shame. What could of been a superb PSP game has turned into a rush job (just like Pro Evo 5) which just frustrates and makes you cringe.

BLC Pressure Play is out for a golden duck in my opinion.

 Brilliant for the PSP

| | See all nickpayne's reviews (3)

This is the type of game that runs perfect on the PSP. I loved brian lara on the ps2 and this on the PSP is just as good, execpt, YOU CAN PLAY IT ANYWHERE!!! WOOOOOO

 Bored too quickly!!

| | See all GiggsLegend's reviews (1)

Good game for about a week then when you have one the world cup with different teams on different skill levels it would be great to play a test series (which u could even do on the Sega Megadrive version!!). It should laso include the options to play a county season and they should make it harder as it is too easy after a few plays...!

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Rating3+ (PEGI)