A GB Quick Look of a Cricket game. Hmm. Just how much about cricket does the GB staff know? You know what? Never mind that, I guess Jeff and Vinny can stumble along for some hilarious sports club quick looking.
If you're only looking for console gaming a resolution higher than 1920x1080 is probably going to be overkill and pricey as well. PC Part Picker is a really good site to start at. Filter for your preferred resolution, screen size and number of HDMI ports (important for console gaming) and find something that fits in your price range.
That said, I recently bought a 27" Asus PC278Q for $600 and I absolutely love it. It was mainly for PC gaming at 2560x1440, but I also have my consoles connected to it. If I remember correctly, there's a lower end version of this monitor that supports 1080p for half that price.
In my limited experience, BenQ, Viewsonic, LG, Samsung, Asus and Dell are brands you can trust when it comes to PC monitors. Some of those brands are also unusually cheaper than their competitors. What I'm saying is, decide what you want exactly and then look for a good price/decent reviews within your criteria.
I know mine is not gonna be delivered on release. I had it preordered for months on Amazon Canada and the estimated delivery date is on Mon. 23rd. I know I wasn't going to actually play the game on the release day, but having it ready to play over the weekend would've been super nice! I'm still hoping something changes and I get it delivered this week.