Ashes Cricket 2009 Highly Compressed Free Download

Ashes Cricket 2009 Highly Compressed Free Download

Ashes Cricket 2009, is a cricket video game developed by Transmission Games and published by Codemasters in the UK and by Atari in Australia. It has been released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows. A Wii version, developed by Gusto Games, has also been released. The Wii version was released simply as Cricket in Australia. A sequel, International Cricket 2010 was released on 18 June 2010.
The game is licensed by the ECB (England and Wales Cricket Board), Cricket Australia and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), owners of the Ashes Urn. It includes all the official players of the Australian cricket team and the England cricket team, however the other teams are not licensed.

According to the game, the game includes an intuitive, interactive bowling control scheme and dynamic and intuitive batting, with greater coverage and shot choice than previous games. The game also features official Hawk-Eye visualisations during play.
The game features two player co-op play, with up to four player versus matches. The PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions also feature full online multiplayer. The PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions also feature a coaching mode where they can learn the disciplines of batting, bowling and fielding from Sir Ian Botham and Shane Warne.
The game features commentary by Tony Greig, Jonathan Agnew, Shane Warne, Ian Bishop and Sir Ian Botham.

Game modes:
The Ashes
Test Cricket
One-Day Internationals
Play Online
Legends Coaching
 Australia (Licensed Players)
 Bangladesh †
 England (Licensed Players)
 Kenya †
 Ireland †
 New Zealand
 Sri Lanka
 South Africa
 West Indies
 Zimbabwe †
Following stadiums are available although some are locked initially. Stadiums are unlocked as the game progresses and feature geographically-accurate conditions and climates, as well as true-to-life crowd noise and atmosphere. Players can expect swing in England, bounce in Australia, extra turn in India and extra speed in West Indies.
Lord's Cricket Ground (London) (Middlesex)
Edgbaston Cricket Ground (Birmingham) (Warwickshire)
Headingley Stadium (Leeds) (Yorkshire)
The Oval (London) (Surrey)
SWALEC Stadium (Cardiff) (Glamorgan)
MCG (Melbourne) Referred to as "Melbourne" on the Wii version
SCG (Sydney) †
The Gabba (Brisbane) †
 New Zealand
Eden Park (Auckland) Referred to as "Auckland" on the Wii version.
 Sri Lanka
R.Premadasa Stadium (Colombo) †
Eden Gardens (Kolkata) Referred to as "Kolkata" on the Wii version
 South Africa
Wanderers Stadium (Johannesburg) Referred to as "Johannesburg" on the Wii version
Newlands Cricket Ground (Cape Town) †
 West Indies:
Sabina Park (Jamaica) Referred to as "Jamaica" on the Wii version.
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium (Antigua & Barbuda) †
Queen's Park Oval (Trinidad & Tobago) †
National Stadium (Karachi) †
Harare Sports Club (Harare) †

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