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International Cricket 2010 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003IHVN1M
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 18 g
  • Release Date: 18 Jun. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,411 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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Manufacturer's Description

International Cricket 2010 steps up to the crease with a range of innovations and improvements including ‘Action Cam’, the new camera that takes players right onto the pitch, and ‘Power Stick’ which gives 360° degree batting control to ensure International Cricket 2010 will deliver the most authentic interactive cricket experience ever.

Officially licensed by the England and Wales Cricket Board and Cricket Australia to feature official players, stadia and kits, International Cricket 2010 can be enjoyed in a wide range of game modes including new instant tournaments, full test series and quick-fire Twenty20 matches. Gamers can compete as any of the expanded roster of 16 nations at an improved selection of 21 stadia around the world, including Lord’s, the Home of Cricket.


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3.6 out of 5 stars

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. A. Siddiq on 5 Jan. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Not sure why people are complaining about this game. It's very realistic in my opinion and genuinely fun to play. Here are my pro's and con's :-

Pro's

Full 90 overs per day in test matches unlike EA Sports having just 78 overs in their PC versions Cricket 2002, 2004, 2005 and 2007;

Four commentators although 2 just used in any one test match but does give variety;

360 degree batting which basically means you can hit the ball in any direction which is what you can do in real cricket, not like in EA Cricket 2007 where you had just 7 directions;

Lots of tournament modes to give you a variety of games to play;

Batting technique and strokes are realistic although the only downside is that for some reason you cannot hit the ball very late. You can hit the ball with little power in some space and quickly run for a single or you could hit with full power through a tight gap between two fielders which makes it so realistic;

Fielding AI realistic as they have the ability to dive and stop the ball as well as run and stop it from going for 4 runs whereas in EA'S attempts in Cricket 2007 in certain directions the ball would always go for 4 and fielders would never dive to stop the ball;

Camera angles are great, especially behind the batsmen camera angle which gives the game a different perspective;

Con's

As mentioned earlier, cannot cut the ball late, you either end up missing it or being cleaned bowled or caught;

Would like to see players look different rather than all the same;

I hope this review helps. I would certainly recommend this game especially considering that you can buy it for less than £10.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By SLester on 9 Nov. 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This game is alot better than some of these reviews make it out to be. I am a club cricketer during season and can tell you that this is as realistic as you'll currently get other than going out and actually playing the real thing.

The only reason I have not given it the full 5 is because I feel Codemasters could have done a better job at getting full licences to use all the cricketers real names and facual features. Its rather annoying play South Africa or India with players that all look like each other and have the most outragous names. I also owned the PS2 Brian Lara Codemasters game and it was the same thing. You would have thought that after 5 or 6 years after Brian Lara they would have made an effort to obtain full licencing. Maybe they should take a page out of the EA FIFA video gaming franchise book for the next International Cricket installment.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Andrew John Varney on 9 July 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This is essentially Ashes Cricket 2009 with a few minor features which prove to be no real improvement on last years game. It's still not a bad game as it has got no worse than last year. They've removed suicidal run outs by the opposition, you can alter lots of different player details including what they look like and there is now a tournament mode.

However (as the title of the review says), this game is still ruined by one thing: shot selection (both the CPU's batsmen and your own). I'll start with the CPU's selection. Hooks, pulls and back foot cuts off yorkers and full deliveries, front foot shots off bouncers and short balls and leg side shots when the ball is bowled miles outside off stump (almost being an off side wide ball). If you have a basic knowledge of cricket, you will be able to see what's wrong with this. If you don't then let me tell you in basic terms that what I have described above shouldn't be able to happen.

Then there is your own batsman's shot selection. It is essentially the same as above despite the fact you have the option to choose to play a front foot or back foot shot. The game will tend to ignore your choice and play the shot it wants in the direction you have designated, even though the shot might be totally wrong for the ball that has been bowled.

That basically sums up the game. If you want the latest cricket game on the market then I'd say buy it but not until the price has dropped to about £15 or £20 as that is the most the game is worth.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jack on 29 Jun. 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Improvements that stand out from Ashes Cricket 09 are:
-a wider range of shots can be pulled off
-the computer/game is much better on hard difficulty. it is hard to beat for even the very best player on the hardest level as the game will now correctly set and chase targets.
-there is now a system which records your wins and losses from completed online games in 20 overs, ODIs and Tests.
-action cam, a new camera angle has been added
-more stadiums

The gameplay is great in my opinion and can provide a great battle between bat and ball. The only shame is players such as Kieswetter, Lumb, Yardy are not in the game despite being part of England's world cup winning side.
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My sone really enjoys cricket and had loved this game. Had it in the Wii already and having got a Palystation he wanted to same game again.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RMaughan on 25 Feb. 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
International Cricket 2010 is an ok sports game. For me, this is the first game I have bought on the next gen consoles (in my case PS3) as I stood well clear of the slated Ashes 2009, and after playing this, I'm glad I didn't play it's 'inferior' predecessor.

It has it's problems, as most sporting games does.
So far I've only played it on easy, which meant I slogged a score of 600+ in 40 overs, in a Test against the Aussies, and this was my first ever play so will try it on Normal, but at the same time do not look forward to 80+ overs scoring at 3 or 4 an over on a harder setting, I think I'd get bored, but I suppose for the more patient gamer this isn't an issue. It's a shame that they haven't achieved the same level of licensing as EA did with PS2 'Cricket' games, as I feel that the domestic forms of the game offer so much more in terms of gameplay and longevity.

On the plus side, the level of control with the shots and the fact that timing and shot selection is crucial when batting make this game feel much more realistic, as do the camera views. Not to mention the game delivers genuine joy when you take that crucial wicket you've been striving for!

Overall, it's not got the lifespan of EA's games, and I expect that is down to budget restrictions and not being able to get the licensing. If you compare the number of people that will buy a cricket game compared to FIFA, as in real life, there will be far more money in the football. So unfortunately while this game is good, I still would probably rather play Cricket 2007 by EA, due to the full licensing of far more Teams, including the official Ashes Series and English / Aussie domestic clubs and campaigns. But I suppose Codemasters cannot compete with EA.

Glad I didn't spend more than £20.
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