Too often in cricket games we get titles that have a lot of potential, but then have a rushed release to meet a licence deadline or because theres only so much funding for the title however great the interest by developers in cricket, most games have inevitably ended up flawed. So what happens when a games studio with experience in sports titles has a CEO with a passion for cricket and is willing to put his own money into it? Big Ants Cricket 14 will seek to answer that when it releases in the coming months on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
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