EA Cricket 2004 resumes the franchise with more than 50 licensed teams from around the world, 1200 players, and 75 modeled stadiums.
After a fantastic showing for EA SPORTS Cricket 2002, Electronic Arts are ready to relive all the excitement with EA SPORTS Cricket 2004.
Undertaking an 18-month development cycle will provide the opportunity to pack the game full of additional features and options. Developing such an environment and atmosphere that will keep EA SPORTS Cricket 2004 at the forefront of sports games quality.
Along with all of the international teams and bonus squads, EA SPORTS Cricket 2004 will include domestic teams and competitions from England and Australia.
Test matches as well as One-day Internationals will also be included for this game. In addition to the tournaments that you have come to know and love from EA SPORTS Cricket, Season modes will also be a highlight of this game.
With new Motion Capture and a new Development Platform, not to mention the inclusion of form and injury, the game play will be more true to life than ever before
For the Cricketing fanatic there will be no end to the detail. A large variety of statistical graphs will be available including run rate, wagon wheel graphs, as well as a huge amount of stats on every player that will track over the course of a tournament. The game will revolve around a full TV style presentation including a full action replay mode, third umpire, animated ducks, TV style overlays, field position editor and much more. The field position editor will allow for auto or manual fielding.
Over 60 stadia have been modeled from all over the world, including England (Lords), Calcutta, Melbourne, Auckland, Cape Town, Barbados and Lahore. The detail in the stadia is amazing. Lighting and shadows of the highest grade coupled with real time weather all add to the authenticity of the playing experience.
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Praditya Nugroho) 30 Oct, 2012
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