See, now THIS is something wrong enough to warrant an Aggers tirade.
Oh man. The memories of this game just came flooding back to me. I played it loads.
We had a Brian Lara game on the PS1 when i was at uni but the disc was buggered and so the game would only ever get to the coin toss and then nothing would happen, the two players would just stand around kicking the dirt now and then.
It's not that different from Bradman Cricket on the 360 which was what, 2014?
Even on higher difficulties?The problem with cricket 19 as with all cricket games ever made is that once you adjust to the game and the timing - its literally too easy. You can do ridiculous things especially when batting and it loses the feel of cricket. I would like a game that somehow feels like it captures the skill and ebb and flow of cricket but don't think we'll see that in my lifetime.
Sports writers that coined the term do.Do other Australians even know what the “Hand of God” is? I sure didn’t! Soccer ain’t that popular here in terms of following professional competition.
I liked Bat of God because it was God’s luck that gave England the win. Had no idea it was a reference to something else.
I never had a snes growing up but I did play this a little. I liked that you could make your own appeals.
Which brian lara 96 on the megadrive also had! Man that game was so ahead of its time.