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Brian Lara International Cricket 2007

Released on 23 March 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (21 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 expands the series' trademark fluid, dynamic gameplay mechanics to deliver a thoroughly entertaining and competitive game that captures all the tension, skill and intensity of world-class international cricket.

As the official game of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 will feature licensed players, including world cricket stars Andrew Flintoff, Kevin Pietersen, Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar and, of course, Brian Lara himself.

In addition to players, the game will lead with a dedicated ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 mode featuring all the official teams, stadia, kits and equipment of the tournament. Further modes, including ICC Champions Trophy, 1-day, Test, 20-over competitions will also be included.

When you want to get competitive for real, Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 will deliver with online competitive play on Xbox Live.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (21 reviews)

 Buggy, Annoying and Buggy

| | See all 19SteJay89's reviews (7)

When you first play this game you think it is great, but then as you continue to play a whole host of bugs and annoyances come to light that I'll highlight to you:

- Ball goes through batsman's pads
- Close catches are nearly impossible on Test difficulty
- Keepers continually knock off the bails
- Computer doesn't change the field
- Batting AI is poor when setting targets

Plus a whole lot more that you will discover after playing this game.

There are some positives such as online play, licensed ODI events and an easy 600 achievement points but the game just feels so rushed and not worth more than a tenner imo.

 Good - but only because I love cricket.

| | See all DaveSCFC's reviews (4)

The ODI's are good and the world cup gr8 but test matches are really disappointing and unealistic. The difficulty level means that you either take a wicket with every ball or every ball gets smashed for six - which in test cricket is ridiculous. The fake names are awful and make it hard to relate to anything the players do. All in all good fun and a thousand easy game points for your profile but could be a lot better.

 Could be better

| | See all Northy7's reviews (32)

Now i gave it 4 stars because i love cricket and think the world cup mode was really good,but as stated the test match side of it was poor and never felt like you was in a real match unlike some other sport games,In this you just felt disconnected from it and it is to easy with fake names like Flantiff in test mode!Its a shame really because with more effort it could have been a great game indeed?


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As a cricket fan i found this game a little bit disapointing tbh. This game was released around the world cup and it seems like they rushed it to make sure it was. The limited overs side of the game seems pretty good but the test matches, which i normally prefer, are un realistic. All in all its ok but room for improvement.

 Only buy this for online play

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You have been warned! Online play is really the only redeeming feature of this game. Although it has made strides forward in the graphics department (thanks to the emergence of next-gen consoles), the gameplay has taken several steps backwards - most notably in the AI department.

Test Matches are unplayable as the AI field placements are ridiculous; spinners often open the bowling; and when the AI bats, it generally plays like Matthew Hayden would if he were jumped up on Red Bull and steroids!

The game only approaches a feel of realism if one plays a 10 or 20 over game when slogging is the name of the game. Otherwise BLIC 2007 is yet another item on the litany of poor cricket titles that gamers have had to endure since the days of the orignal and hitherto unsurpassed Brian Lara '99.

So, if you want to thrash your friends all over the virtual cricket field online then this is game is for you. If you want a more realistic cricket game then you're flat out of luck as most cricket games in general, and this one in particular, are pretty shocking.

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Rating3+ (PEGI)