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Let's face it, for most people a cricket game on the PC is a prospect about as appealing as witnessing a three-way sex session between Robin Cook, Vanessa Feltz and Jimmy Saville. In a jacuzzi full of ravioli. And fish heads. With the eyes staring up at you and everything.

This attitude is understandable given:

a) the less than fast-paced action of the average cricket match,

and b) the less than stunning array of cricket games available up to now. Basically, there's been EA Cricket and International Cricket Captain. And that's it (unless you count Robin Smith's Cricket, which appeared on our desks one Godforsaken morning about six years ago and was so primitive in appearance we thought it was the potential basis of an antibiotic. But let's not.)

So, anyway, this should mean that if you wanted to make a cricket game, you wouldn't think you'd have to try very hard to impress people. Which makes it quite a surprise to see how hard Codemasters have tried withBrian Lara Cricket. And even more of a surprise to see that it's been worth the effort. It's good. Honest.

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The Spice Of Life

For a start there's just about every variety of cricket imaginable. You can have pyjama-based fun in one-day (or night) games; there's a World Cup and a World Series (unfortunately you have to have Australia in that because it's theirs); and there are Tests, Test Series and even an entire Test year. Up to seven years, in fact - in a row, with all your schedules worked out for you. Obviously this would take seven real years to complete, but it's there if you want it. And, Codemasters being Codemasters, there's a password-based Classic Match option (one of those 'win one and you get the next match' efforts). You can go pinch-hitting crazy playing as Sri Lanka versus the Aussies in the World Cup Final at Lahore; thrash the arse off the Aussies in Botham's match at Headingley 1981; and so on.

Oh, What An Atmosphere (Trad.Arr)

And then there's the atmosphere, which the game oozes like a fast-bowler's jockstrap after a long spell up the slope in Karachi.Brian Lara Cricket is really nicely put together, right from when you get Jonathan Agnew and 'Battling' Boycott discussing the pitch.They exchange jolly remarks about Agnew's lack of Bowling ability. They avoid jokes about hook shots. And so on. It's slick, just like on the telly/radio (delete as appropriate).

The grounds (garnered from all the Test-playing countries) look like the real thing, with a real sense of distance when the ball's whacked skywards. They have different weather conditions - and different pitches - as a result (Bowling is affected by the pitches too. Don't worry, you get a handy chart to help.) Shadows lengthen as the day wears on. Even the crowds react appropriately: the English get pissed and start singing boorishly; New Zealanders get pissed and start reappraising their relationships with lanolin-rich farmyard animals; Sri Lankan Tamil Tigers attack the ground in a bus-bomb... Well, sort of.

So How Does It Play?

Pretty well. The players are well-animated and move fluidly to play shots and field (more on that in a minute). Batting is good, with a wide range of shots, and it works logically - play a cut against a ball going down the leg side and you look a right tit. Which is how it should be.Bowling is more or less enjoyable according to who you're bowling with: leg spinners can vary things with googlies and flippers; off-spinners have arm balls, and swing bowlers move it either way; the fast bowlers are the least rewarding to use, with just a slower ball in their repertoire. However, all bowlers can be given pace by a bit of button bashing.

But back to that animation. There are loads of little touches of in-game animation (like fielders running in and faking throws before returning the ball to the bowler) which are great during a two-player game, but when you're playing on your own it can get a little tiresome. The problem is that the only button that skips all this is the same button that tells your batsmen to run - pressing it absent-mindedly is a recipe for disaster.

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The manual fielding option is too difficult to be enjoyable, but then it's only an option. The only other thing is a problem inherent in any cricket game: if you play it properly, you're going to take bloody ages to do anything. No matter how determined you are to nurse your way to a century (and it's a mark of the quality of this game that you get quite tense as you near any milestone), eventually your mate will goad you, or you feel guilty about blocking everything and boring him; or if you're on your own you'll simply go stir-crazy. Whatever the reason, it won't be long before you go so over the top you'll make a Sri Lankan one-day opener's assault look like Chris Tavare at his most torpid. Unrealistic. But that's your fault, not the game's.

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Brian Lara Cricket by Codemasters is based upon the hugely succesful Brian Lara MegaDrive games. The Australian/NZ release is called Shane Warne Cricket ’99. This later version of Brian Lara Cricket should not be confused with the much older Brian Lara Cricket by Audiogenic which was a special budget release of Graham Gooch World Class Cricket that was only available from the Game stores in the UK.

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Main Features

  • Quick match; a quick friendly one-dayer where all options are set up by the computer.
  • Friendly; a quick friendly one-dayer that can be played by any two of the nine Test playing nations, with all the options player chosen.
  • World cup; the Cricket World Cup tournament, where players go through a series of stages in order to win the cup.
  • World series; this mode allows a tournament of up to five teams, including Australia, who are always the host nation. After a series of matches, the team with the most victories wins the tournament.
  • Knockout tournament; the knockout tournament involves eight teams, and, like other modes in the game, the tournament progresses through a series of knockout stages until a winner is declared.
  • Test series; this mode allows a one-to-six game Test series between any two teams.
  • Test season; in this mode, the player controls a team for one to seven years of test cricket. The leaders are recorded on a leader’s board.
  • Classic match; a series of classic matches throughout history, where the player must complete one to compete in the next match. As the series of matches goes on, difficulty increases.
  • Practice in the nets is also accessible, with the player being able to alternate bowlers and batsmen during practice.
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