A Nostalgic Classic for some, a frustrating old game for others
16 October 2012
Summary: I grew up playing the Triple Play series on PC and always enjoyed it however when I was fortunate to stumble upon a copy of this game I was overjoyed at the chance to play an installment of the series I didn't even know existed! The graphics are quite good for early PS2, the control is fluid and the great Big League Challenge Home Run Derby tournament is still present.
Summary: This was a great game when it came out. The controls though are top notch even by today's standards. The best ability of this game though is the ability to edit your players so you can handicap other teams you are playing.
Summary: This is a good game for what I paid for, yes its a older version but its still a good game..I like it because it has very few controls and it is easy to understand and my grandson loves it also..
Summary: WOW! I have could play this game forever! My Dad and me actually play this! I wont tell you his age because then next year it'll change and so on but we both have a lot of fun playing this game. And we only play one mode. Extreme league challenge. This was a great feature added to the triple play series. The object of the mode is to hit hommers and hit targets. The hitting controls are pretty much the same from Triple play 2000.
Summary: I honestly can't stand the gameplay (too complicated for PS1) I just bought it for the extreme home run challenge mode. The commentary is stupid, so I shut that off and crack myself up breaking stuff in the living room. This review is not helpful, but I got an e-mail from ebay asking me to review the game and so I am.
Summary: I think this game is pretty good the players our all real baseball players. It has many levels such as Single Game,playoffs,and Homerun Derby. Although I really don't have the jewel case I have the original version. All in all I am pleased.