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Games & Downloads: Ashes Cricket 2009 - Features
These are a selection of the confirmed features available in the game. More features will be announced in the coming months.

  • Licensed by Cricket Australia, the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board) and the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club,
  • Official players, kit, stadia from England and Australia.
  • Recognisable player models
  • 23 players in each countries squad with different squads for Tests, ODIs and Twenty20.
  • Unlicensed teams from other countries.
  • Player and team editors
  • 18 stadiums spread across 12 countries including Lords, The Oval, Edgbaston, Cardiff, and Headingley. Australia has Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney, while other grounds will appear from India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies and Zimbabwe.
  • Different experience for each form of the game, with Twenty20 having music for boundaries and more of a crowd atmosphere compared to Tests.
  • Pitch conditions realistic depending on the part of the world you play in, with weather conditions also playing a part.
  • Three levels of difficulty which affects the amount of time you have within the timing window for batting or bowling
  • Ability to replay historical scenarios with current players.
  • Simulate entire matches
  • Multiplayer - play four multiplayer offline mode where there are two people per side, or online head to head.
  • New controls for batting and bowlers allowing you to play backfoot, frontfoot and charging down the pitch strokes. Bowling allows you to select a style, and then uses a gauge with four coloured zones for timing. Catches are quick-time events.
  • Commentary from Tony Greig, Ian Bishop, Shane Warne, Ian Botham and Jonathan Agnew.
  • Legends Mode - A coaching tool allowing the player to understand cricket brought to you by Shane Warne and Ian Botham.
  • Being released across the four main gaming platforms Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and PC