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International Cricket 2010 (preowned)

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From Codemasters, the home of interactive cricket, International Cricket 2010 steps up to the crease with a range of innovations and improvements to deliver the most authentic and intuitive gameplay yet.

The drama, intensity and excitement of world class cricket is brought alive in the game-changing, all-new ‘Action’ cam. Supplementing traditional broadcast views, you can now feel the satisfaction of smashing home 90mph+ deliveries and experience the thrill of thundering down the track to bowl from ‘Action’ cam’s exciting new on-field perspectives.

Complete with offline and online multiplayer, International Cricket 2010 will set new standards for cricket gaming.

  • International Cricket 2010 features enhanced fielding, bowling and batting gameplay and introduces the innovative new ‘Power’ stick. Giving batsmen 360° analogue power and direction control, ‘Power’ stick enables the widest selection of shots ever, from pushing quick singles to risky slogs to the boundary and everything in between.
  • Officially licensed by the ECB (England and Wales Cricket board) and Cricket Australia, International Cricket 2010 includes official players, stadia and kits
  • Game modes include instant tournaments, 20 over matches and full test series
  • A comprehensive player editor lets you create your own character and a squad editor enables you to edit the name, appearance and attributes of all players featuring in the expanded roster of 16 nations
  • Includes Hawk-Eye technology and a stellar commentary team including Jonathan ‘Aggers’ Agnew, Ian Bishop and Shane Warne