ICC 2006 Press ReleaseJames Nixon |
Empire Interactive/Xplosiv have just released a press release for International Cricket Captain 2006 which will be released in June 2006.
The press release is shown below.
Xplosiv announced today the signing of the English batsman Kevin Pietersen who will endorse the eagerly awaited International Cricket Captain 2006. Kevin Pietersen is an exceptionally talented young batsman who is one day expected be the backbone of the English XI.
‘I am delighted to be working alongside Xplosiv and the International Cricket Captain series,’ said Pietersen. ‘The games are made by cricket fans, for cricket fans, they love the game and it shows.’
‘We are exceptionally happy to be working alongside Kevin with our ICC series. He will be joining the illustrious ranks of former cricket stars who have endorsed the product, including Andrew Strauss, Nassar Hussain and, Graham Thorpe. This series has gone from strength to strength and with Kevin on board it will continue to do so’ said Jo Fawell, Product Manager, Xplosiv.
International Cricket Captain Ashes Year 2005 stormed to the top of the charts last year and the series is hoping to do it all over again with the release of International Cricket Captain 2006. This latest version will once again give both cricket enthusiasts and (management) gaming fans the perfect cricket management experience and the chance to lead there own cricket team on the road to glory.
Reaching the number one spot in 2005 the International Cricket Captain series once again proved its reputation for outstanding game mechanics and statistical up-to-date cricket data with series sales of over 200’000 units, in the UK. Praised by fans, the International Cricket Captain series has also received critical endorsement from former England team members. Former England captain Nassar Hussain said, ‘Only guys who really love cricket could have produced a game like this.’ Praise echoed by England Ashes England cricket team member Andrew Strauss for International Cricket Captain Ashes Year 2005 who said of the game, ‘The amount of information in this game is terrific, it’s a must for all cricket lovers’.
The world-class BBC reporter Jonathan Agnew will once again add realism and class to the in-game commentary that will accompany features such as:
matches. Allows the player to change tactics on an over by over basis whilst selecting the highlight level for watching the action.
Release Date: June 2006