International Cricket 2010 smashes into stores

With the whole world entwined into the 2010 FIFA World Cup, there are still gamers who love cricket and are looking forward to the next video game based on the sport. Well, they need not wait any longer as International Cricket 2010 hits stores all over the globe.

International Cricket 2010 is claimed to be the most accurate representation of the engaging sport which some even consider a religion. Gamers can adjust and alter their desired playing style of the mode while enjoying a game of the acclaimed Twenty20 or the much-loved Test formats. There players need to build the confidence of their batsmen and bowlers standing at the crease to get the most out of the game.

The complete cricket experience is enjoyed through the action cam of the International Cricket 2010 game. The launch video includes captivating commentary from David Lloyd while England and Australia battle it out in the game’s short format. There is even a Test where fans will be able to espy England go head to head against Bangladesh.

International Cricket 2010 is officially licensed by the England and Wales Cricket Board and Cricket Australia. Further enticing gamers are official players, stadia and kits. There are also local as well as online multiplayer modes. The game includes a range of fielding, bowling and batting improvements in the form of the ‘Power Stick’. This latest offering provides players with 360 degree analogue power and direction control.

Cricket fans can enjoy the game on the Xbox 360 and PS3 gaming consoles. The exact pricing details however are still unclear.

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