Cricket 19 Review
Today I will Review Cricket 19. It is a 2019 cricket simulation game Produced and released by Big Ant Studios. However, It is the official instalment of the 2019 Ashes cricket series and the (first) sequel to the 2017 game Ashes Cricket. It was released on May 28, 2019, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, and a few weeks later, on July 31, 2019, for Microsoft Windows via the Steam client. It was added to Xbox Game Pass on October 22, 2020.
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Cricket 19 adds a new game style called scenario mode, which allows players to start a match under any predetermined scenario.  Users can also play through the men’s ODI, T20, and test world cups, as well as the women’s ODI and T20 world cups. These, however, lacked any ICC permissions. Match, tour, and competition designers are also offered, allowing users to format to their own needs. The game also has a career option, allowing players to begin their careers as rookies or established cricketers.
Cricket 19 Gameplay
Cricket 19 builds on the success of Big Ant’s ‘Ashes Cricket’ game with an improved AI engine that provides the most realistic gameplay ever. Opposing bowlers quickly identify your team’s strengths and shortcomings, so you must be vigilant to alter your strategy accordingly.
Similarly, when batting, the AI is more sensible, with stronger players exploiting poorly set fields and the poorer ones keeping off strike as much as possible. The graphics are generally excellent, and each of the grounds has been painstakingly reconstructed to appear as authentic as possible.
Although the gameplay is slick, the frame rate appears clumsy anytime the camera rotates to a broad perspective. The game is set up so that even newcomers can start collecting runs right away, but honing the skill to strike boundaries regularly takes a lot of practice.
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Bowling requires some practice, but most players will be able to pick up on the fielding basics fast. The career mode is perhaps the most enjoyable aspect of the game, which allows you to design your player and coach them to the sport’s top.
As the game advances, the difficulty level increases, but with perseverance and determination, you may complete it.
Cricket 19 Graphics
However, the graphics have significantly improved over previous versions. The colours are vibrant, and the (authorized) character models are realistically rendered. Sadly, several of the animations are somewhat clumsy. When the ball comes off the bat, it frequently does not appear quite right. The immersion is harmed because the ball frequently strikes the bat at an unusual angle that doesn’t look remotely natural. And the batters occasionally re-adjust themselves to strike the ball in strange ways that are hard to believe. The batsman’s actions aren’t always seamless, but when they are, they appear much like any real-life cricket shot.
Cricket 19 Flaws
- Don’t Have Licensed BPL and IPL players (you can have them from the community)
- Clunky animations
- Limits to English and Australian players
- Poor Commentary
Cricket 19 Strength
- Awesome Graphics
- Fluid Gameplay
- Feels immersive
- Improved AI compared to its predecessors
- Immersive Career Mode
- Huge Customization options
- Unique and Awesome Control System
Despite its flaws, Cricket 19 is still a fantastic game, which is fortunate because this series is currently the only cricket game available, which is unlikely to change anytime soon. Big Ant appears to have spent more time refining parts that weren’t necessary while disregarding those that did, so we’re left with the only Cricket game on the market that isn’t quite as excellent as it could be. For the time being, this is good for fans, but not so much for everyone else, and it still falls short.