Don Bradman Cricket Review: If Cricket Is a Religion, This Is Prayer (August 2019)
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is underway, and there are now more cricket video games than you can keep track of. However, the one cricket game you should play this season is surprisingly the one which has no flashy licenses, no real player names (out of the box at least), and none of that almost TV-like polish that typifies many of Electronic Arts' forays into sports games such as FIFA. The game to play is Don Bradman Cricket, released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It is the anti-thesis of cricket video games, but it still delivers both for gamers and cricket fans. In spite of its many follies, it's the rare sports game that lures you into the zone of thinking "just one more over" and then you find yourself in front of your TV half awake at six in the morning. It expertly traps you into this cycle, tempting you into just a little more, until you sacrifice any semblance of a life outside it. (Also see: How to Watch 2015 Cricket World Cup Live on Your PC, Smartphone, o..
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