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Publisher waits until after release to cancel terrible cricket game

29
Nov
2013

Ashes Cricket 2013 is a game so bad publisher 505 Games decided to cancel it after it was already for sale on Steam. According to the company, the primary issue was the games engine, which significantly delayed Ashes Crickets release — it was originally supposed to launch in June, to coincide with the iconic Ashes series of matches between England and Australia — and apparently also lead to numerous missing features. The development of Ashes Cricket 2013 has been fraught with challenges almost from the outset, 505 says. As Rock, Paper, Shotgun reports, despite being a PC game, Ashes has no mouse input whatsoever and doesnt even provide instructions on what the keyboard controls are.

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