A quick note for anyone who will ever come to read this review and don't know what they are eading about. Cricket is actually a sport. Think of baseball except one game could played for five days. Picther is called a bowler and catcher is called wicketkeeper. And just like baseball, cricket do have there greats. Hence we are introduced to Brian Lara Cricket. He is probably on the same level the great "Bambino", DiMaggio and Yogi Baberra, except he is not old. He is still captain of a team. Anyway lets get down to the specs. For a humble start I was maighty impressed with the details about the game being that aren't much of such a game. Thecontrols are great, you can chamge the camera angles to give a tv experience, go to first-person when batting with helmet cam or get a more personal felling to the pitch with bowler cam. Graphics really do need improving. It's quite funny to see the players and the ball not connecting. even when they are catching the ball. You see the ball going through there hands yet they still declare you out!! Audio is just the same. There is no sound but then again, this is cricket. There aren't really no sound in the game. Commentry can be annoying. Overall the game is great. If you ever, EVER come across it. You wouldn't regret ever playing it.