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Don Bradman Cricket 17

Rating Summary

Based on 11 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

36%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 15, 2016
Xbox OneDec 15, 2016

Developer: Big Ant Studios

Genres: Simulation, Sports

Don Bradman Cricket 17 brings a revolutionary control system delivering the best batting, bowling and fielding experience by providing you an even greater level of variety and precision of play, with fully motion captured first class cricketers, including Women's cricket in all game modes. A vastly expanded Career Mode gives you the choice between a seasoned pro or a rookie just starting out in club cricket. Captain your International team to the top of the World Rankings. The world first Stadium Creator and Logo Creator allow you to customise and share your play experience, or to download hundreds of thousands of Community created Players, Teams, Stadia and Logos.
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Don Bradman 17 is an improvement on Don Bradman 14 but it's no giant leap for cricketing kind. If you're a cricket fan and want to experience your sport in a video game this is by far your best option. DB17 is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC

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Whether you're a veteran of the sport or a newcomer, Don Bradman Cricket 17 is one of the better cricket games you can get your hands on.

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Don Bradman Cricket 17 builds on a strong foundation to provide video gaming's best crack at emulating a complex and (for the gaming mainstream) niche sport. While we give it an 8/10, in cricketing terms, it's a well-played four.

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Don Bradman Cricket 17 expands on its pioneering predecessor with the fundamentals of cricket translating to fun, challenging gameplay. Batting and bowling are similar, but better rounded, and the introduction of female cricketers has been given the utmost care. The career mode is much deeper, and the customisation options are off the chart — it’s a cricket game that gives you back what you put in.

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