All text below is copied from EA Sports Cricket website.
"EA SPORTS Cricket 2002 will truly be a hallmark game, not only for Cricket, but also for all sport simulations."
|Exclusive Player Editor allows players to change the features of current team members to your own local team.
|Flexible play allows the player to be fully involved in the selection of batsmen and bowlers and the placing of fielders. Chose manual fielding, or simply let the intelligent AI position your fielders for you.
|All the international teams and players, fully licenced!
|Astonishingly high detail in the players' faces bodies and game stadia. The equipment, such as bats, gloves and pads, also feature incredible detail.
|Commentary by the legendary Richie Benaud, Jim Maxwell and Bill Lawry.
|TV style gameplay including TV overlays and a detailed replay feature allowing the player to view the action from an infinite number of camera angles (including of course stump cam and helmet cam).
|Huge 3D stadium sound effects based on real crowd sounds from all over the world. Crowd effects change to reflect peaks and troughs in the game.
One feature that is not
listed and I seriously hope will be added is some sort of Internet play. In my
opinion this is an essential feature.
Andrew - Development Manager at EA Australia
has said on the EA forum
Essentially the PC version is the same game as the PS2
version. What we have done is make some improvements/refinements to the
things that we received comments about after the PS2 version and as such we did
As regards to improvements since the release of the demo, most of the changes
have been with compatibility coding.
|Operating System Windows 95/98/2000/Me/XP
|Processor 300 MHz Intel Pentium II processor or comparable
|Memory 64Mb (128Mb
Minimum for Windows 2000/XP)
|Videocard 8Mb (PCI/AGP) VGA card
|HDD Space 300Mb free hard disk
space plus additional space for saved games
|CD ROM Speed 4x CD-ROM drive
|Soundcard DirectX 8.0a or higher compliant sound card
|DirectX DirectX 8.0a or higher (DirectX8.0a supplied with