Even though EA SPORTS Cricket has legions of fans, EA haven’t always been the fastest – or most reliable – when it comes to new releases. If you’re looking for more cricket action, take a look at Cricket 14, the 2014 – and latest - installment of the hugely popular cricket series.
This version of the game brings several improvements to EA SPORTS Cricket 2005, while still being compatible with Windows XP and Vista, not to mention Windows 7. Among those improvements are full control over foot choice, shot, direction, power and timing, meaning that your cricket is even more realistic than before. If you're confused as the keyboard controls for EA Sports Cricket, check out our guide about how to play EA Sports Cricket.
In addition to the extra control, players get to enjoy new camera angles, and realistic, brand-name equipment. When you add this to the improved game-play and professional-sounding commentary from Mark Nicholas and Richie Benaud, it’s clear that EA SPORTS Cricket 07 is a solid addition to the family.
Looking at the game in 2011, EA SPORTS Cricket 07 looks dated. Even so, it’s the latest offering in the EA SPORTS Cricket series, and a solid game nonetheless.
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