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'''''Ashes Cricket 2013''''' was a cricket video game developed by 505 Games. The game was said to be unfit for release when it appeared on Steam in November 2013 with many people criticizing its numerous bugs and how they were unsatisfied with the state of the game overall. Following the backlash, 505 Games pulled the game from Steam. It was only "officially" available for 4 days, meaning the game can no longer be legitimately obtained outside of trading or any third party sites that happen to still have keys.
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'''''Ashes Cricket 2013''''' was a cricket video game developed by 505 Games. The game was said to be unfit for release when it appeared on Steam in November 2013, with many people criticizing its numerous bugs. There was a large amount of dissatisfaction with the state of the game overall. Following the backlash, 505 Games pulled the game from Steam. It was only "officially" available for 4 days, meaning the game can no longer be legitimately obtained outside of trading or any third party sites that happen to still have valid keys.
  
 
This led to console versions and the retail release being cancelled as well. While the Steam version is still available in some form, the unreleased console ports can not.
 
This led to console versions and the retail release being cancelled as well. While the Steam version is still available in some form, the unreleased console ports can not.
 
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[[Category:Lost video games]]

Revision as of 13:24, 2 October 2016

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Game cover.

Status: Lost

Ashes Cricket 2013 was a cricket video game developed by 505 Games. The game was said to be unfit for release when it appeared on Steam in November 2013, with many people criticizing its numerous bugs. There was a large amount of dissatisfaction with the state of the game overall. Following the backlash, 505 Games pulled the game from Steam. It was only "officially" available for 4 days, meaning the game can no longer be legitimately obtained outside of trading or any third party sites that happen to still have valid keys.

This led to console versions and the retail release being cancelled as well. While the Steam version is still available in some form, the unreleased console ports can not.