Zapak Games has launched Cricket Power: The Official ICC World Cup 2011 game in India as a PC game, and is being sold in both digital and disc format. People can either buy the disc at a retail outlet, or, if they prefer, can download the game to their computers where they can then play it. While Reliance BIG Entertainment also has a stake in UK based studio Codemasters, the new game was made without their involvement, and rumour is that the studio is focusing on the Ashes brand.
The game is fully licensed and will have all kits and player names and likenesses, and will also follow the schedule of the World Cup, and is priced at Rs 299. The game looks to be a little dated, from the picture of the cover at least - we have not seen the actual game - but will run on most computers, and the company says that the game is meant to be enjoyed by the masses, who are involved right now in celebrating the sport.
The CD version of the game is scheduled to hit retail stores in the third week of February and the availability of the game on Zapak.com will coincide with the World Cup. Zapak Games will ensure the reach of Cricket Power to all its gaming fans across the country.
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