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Brian Lara 07 Number 1 on PSP
07 Sep 2007
By: James Nixon

Codemasters have released a statement stating that Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 on PSP has gone to number one in the charts.

It can be read below, and purchased through our online store.

Codemasters are delighted to announce that Brian Lara 2007 Pressure Play for the PSP (PlayStationPortable) system has gone straight into the number 1 position in Chart Track's official UK PSP charts after only two days of recorded sales!

This follows the success of Brian Lara International Cricket 2007 which was released earlier this year during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, where the PS2 version of the game achieved a number 1 position in Chart Track's official UK charts.

The handheld iteration of the hugely popular cricketing series from Codemasters features wireless play, an officially licensed ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 tournament mode, an exclusive "Pressure Play" challenge mode and is ideally suited for pick-up and play PSP gaming on the go.

Codemasters would like to thank all who were involved and we are sure that the title will continue to do well into the late summer and beyond.

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