It's an acquired taste (especially if you're American) but the new Brian Lara cricket game from Codemasters is packing more official equipment than JJB and Lillywhites combined.
Aside from Lara wielding something called the MRF Wizard 400 bat (sounds like something from WarCraft), you'll also be able to protect yourself from that concrete ball with licensed pads, arm-guards, gloves, helmets, and the wicket-keeper pads and gloves from specialists like MRF, Kookaburra, Dukes, Gray Nicholls, GM (Gunn & Moore), Morrant, Newbery, Slazenger and Albion. We've heard of about two of them...
The game's due next March, but check out these 360 shots. They'll knock you for six!
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