sami ullah khan
Panel of Selectors
- Apr 29, 2005
- Online Cricket Games Owned
- Don Bradman Cricket 14 - PS3
Great interview and I really like the Stats update part. Good job Colin
HS: We've really tried to up the atmosphere of the game as well. This includes the crowd audio, the stadia, the cameras, the music (ODIs/20 Overs) and announcements playing through the speakers... cricket is a blast to play and watch, so we've tried to up the excitement and atmosphere over previous titles.
AG: But if you want my two cents: Ashes Cricket 2009 is the most comprehensive recreation of the sport to date. I’m not saying it is perfect, but it is certainly better than anything else out there.
Do you want to umpire the game or play it?
I wish someone would have asked if the PS3 version will be in Full HD...would look quite nice on my TV...*cough* HINT *cough*
They should also add confidence meter for umpires. if gives right decision bar goes up as verify by hokeye & replay and go down by wrong decision. also a manual appeal button. also a keynote to appeal button is that, this button bonded with umpire confidence meter. e.g. if user appeals to much(to every ball) or for long duration. umpire comes in pressure(meter goes down slightly) and give decision that moment if decision is right umpire bar go up. but decision goes wrong bar goes down again. and if umpire has no confidence or less confidence. it may be give more notout decision.(this limits user for too much appealing, as this decision more applies to bowling team to lost a match)
they must add this feature for more enjoyment.
Why would you want the game to deliberately get decisions wrong?
Besides, the science of it would get all tangled: you could argue that the more the fielders are appealing, the harder the umpire is concentrating and are more likely to get it right, and if you dont appeal for like 30 overs they could be more likely to give an incorrect decision as they haven't got their eye in.