Cricket Coach 2007
If you've ever dreamed of hitting a pace bowler for six in the final over, or guiding your team to the County Championship title, then Cricket Coach 2007 is for you!
Manage every aspect of your club or national side. Your decisions alone will make the difference between success and failure.
With over 3700 players and 100 teams to choose from, Cricket Coach 2007 has it all.
- Features all test-playing nations and over 100 county and state teams from around the globe.
- Play in test matches, one day internationals, 20 over and all first-class and limited-over competitions.
- Manage all on and off-field activities; recruit new players, plan match tactics, set field positions, assess the weather conditions - do absolutely everything expected of a professional cricket coach!
Just like footballdrafek | June 19, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »
This game is good, but it's like the football games and those are all the same the game also is a little old, it would be better getting a newer one. But it's worth picking up on sale. The graphics are okay and the sound also is good.
Best Cricket Simfurious_gamer | June 14, 2013 | See all furious_gamer's reviews »
This is a straight forward, decent enough game. If you have played Football Manager, this game is a piece of cake for you. You have lot of options to choose, be it teams, players etc. It gets better right away from the beginning. If you are a die hard fan of cricket, like me, get this game. You will not be disappointed. Otherwise, a big no. Overall this game gives satisfaction for the price and good deal.
Cricket Sim ofr all fansfaraany3k | Aug. 18, 2011 | See all faraany3k's reviews »
There are a very few worthy Cricket Sims in the market. Cricket Couch 2007 is one of them. The content here is staggering (though most of it outdated by now) and can satisfy any eager cricket fan who loves to manage his virtual cricket team. It is a shame though that game doesn't feature a graphical representation of matches like Football Manager. And we spend most of the time tinkering with spreadsheets with lots of stats. Still a must have game for a cricket fan as there are very few choices in the market.
Football Manager... but Cricketrascallion | April 21, 2011 | See all rascallion's reviews »
This is a decent enough game, with lots of teams to choose from when choosing which one to take on to take you through the many competitions. It gets more and more difficult as you have to play better teams, and the results are quite accurate. Worth buying if you're a hardcore cricket fan and enjoyed Football Manager.