Don Bradman Cricket 14 has been announced by developer Big Ant Studios for release later this year. In a press release sent to VG247 this morning, the studio confirmed that it is working with publisher HES and the Bradman Foundation to bring the player’s license to the title. Career Mode, allowing you to take control of an aspiring young cricketer and take him through the ranks to International glory. Unique Batting and Bowling Controls, giving full 360 Shot control and Line and Length delivery without pitch markers. A fully featured fielding system that allows you to run down the ball and slide to prevent a Four, catch a high ball on the boundary rope, or knock down the stumps to take a vital run out. A complete player physics system with individual attributes including weight and height – ?imagine running in a 2 metre bowler to deliver that perfect bouncer! Appeal and Electronic Review system allowing for the first time challenges of the umpires ?decision.
Dynamic time of day, Weather System and Pitch Degradation that are based on real world ?data with effects occurring in real-time throughout a days’ play. The Cricket Academy, allowing for unparalleled customisation of your Cricket experience, ?creating Teams, players, Tours, Competitions, Match Types and even Umpires. An online Save system that lets you continue your match whenever you want with online ?opponents.


Playstation, Playstation Network, and all other Playstation specific terms are registered trademarks of Sony. The game officially released on April 3rd on PS3 and Xbox 360 and released on the 26th of June on Steam for Windows.
The Sydney Cricket Ground and Bradman Oval are the two licensed stadiums in the game with a further eleven unlicensed grounds included from around the world. While there isn’t a full demo, on the PC you can practice batting in the nets of the Cricket Academy Beta.
With the game now out, user created videos are now widely available – this forum thread lists just some of the ones available on YouTube. The Cricket Academy for creating Teams, players, Tours, Competitions, Match Types and Umpires. We are working to get the game to all markets simultaneously and will advise as soon as we can of an exact release date once it is known. When he's not busy writing the latest news, he'll likely be found battling through his backlog, playing indie games, buying yet another indie game bundle or making a game of his own. There is also innovation in control schemes, with batting and bowling all totally different from previous titles, all adding up to the impression that Big Ant may succeed at the finer points that previous titles have failed at. As well as being able to bat in the nets, you can also create players, tours, tournaments and unique match types, showing off some of the huge flexibility included in the game.


The game tries to be all natural and realistic rules for the presentation of the beautiful game and the players can run with all rules of the game be familiar. Meanwhile, some new screenshots have appeared, showing off some bat swinging and ball catching action:Don Bradman Cricket 14 is now set to release sometime next year.
The Don comes with a weight of history, a legendary status in the cricketing world and a name that defines cricket perfection.
Keep an eye out on our dedicated Don Bradman Cricket 14 forum where you will find all the latest news and answers to questions from the developers. Putting that on a cricket game takes a lot of confidence, and developer Big Ant Studios think they have the game to live up to the biggest of names. The career mode will allow you to take your created player through a 20 year career, go on tour and earn your way into the national team or get contracts from clubs in T20 tournaments.



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