While it’s winter here and you might think some cricketers are lazily whiling away the winter, you may be surprised to learn that there is a whole host of players out in the sunnier climate of Australia playing in the Big Bash League. Indeed, it would seem that the final of that very competition is today.
Back in April of last year HES Interactive released a cricket game associated with Aussie cricketing legend, Don Bradman.
This year, it’s getting the next-gen treatment, with a near-identical port of the same game, Don Bradman’s Cricket 14.
The game will feature a full career mode, 360 shot batting and bowling controls, realistic player and ball physics, practice nets, weather, appeals and anything else you could think of in a cricket match except hordes of pigeons invading the pitch. OK, maybe those too.
Developer Big Ant Studios are bringing you this leather on willow goodness both digitally and on a physical disc on the 13th of February, just in time for the Feb 14th launch of the Cricket World Cup being held in Australia and New Zealand.