Home Entertainment Suppliers Pty Ltd (HES) and Big Ant Studios announced that Don Bradman Cricket 14 for PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360® will be released on 11th April 2014 in the UK. The game is fully endorsed by the Bradman Foundation Bowral NSW.
“Don Bradman Cricket 14 will deliver the most realistic gameplay and promises to be the greatest cricket game of all time,” said Managing Director, Sebastian Giompaolo.
“The comprehensive 20 year career mode and plethora of features including access to community generated players and teams through the Cricket Academy that will provide endless hours of enjoyment of cricket both off and on the field”.
The game allows you to enter career mode, taking control of an aspiring young cricketer, leading him through the ranks to international glory. The Cricket Academy allows for unparalleled customisation of your cricket experience, ranging from your players to team, competitions and matches.
As well as offering you the opportunity to create all this yourself there are also more than 25,000 community created players and teams ready to download and use in game. Other online features include an online save system that lets you continue your match whenever you want with online opponents.
Creating unique batting and bowling controls bring you as close as possible to the real thing, giving you full 360 shot control and line and length delivery. The fully featured system also allows you to run down the ball, slide, catch and run-out, involving you in every play!
Ball physics give realistic edges, bat-pad catches and movement off the pitch, as well as complete player physics with individual physical attributes - imagine running in with a 2 metre bowler to deliver that perfect bouncer!
And if you’ve bowled the perfect ball but the umpire hasn’t given it out, you can challenge his decision with appeal and electronic review systems.
Practice nets offer you the chance to hone your skills before entering up to date pitches. Dynamic time of day, weather system and pitch degradation are based on real world data with effects occurring in real-time throughout a days play.
Don Bradman Cricket 14 “The legend continues...”