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5.8* out of 10

All-Star Baseball 2002

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Overall 5
Gameplay 6
Graphics 6
Sound 4
Control 6
Addiction 6

All-Star Baseball 2002

Nintendo World Report
7 January 2002
  • Summary: Acclaim takes on the American Pastime, but bloops this one foul ...
  • Pros: "Broken Bat Technology", Parks are faithfully recreated, including the GameCube Exclusive All-Star version of Safeco Field, Tons of modes and options
  • Cons: Announcers don't "care", Crowd doesn't "care", Difficult to hit the ball without practice, Incredibly lack of attention to detail, Menus are overly confusing, Options menu in game likes to play "hide 'n' seek", Requires more than one unused memory card, and the screen to remind you will come up EVERY time
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Overall 9

All-Star Baseball 2002

Game Vortex
30 December 2001
  • Excerpt: The All-Star Baseball series was pretty much born on a Nintendo system, so it's rather fitting that it find it's way back home. The question is, does it return as a hometown hero, or will it end up to working at the local Piggly-Wiggly telling about how great it was in the past? All-Star 2002 is a poly-by-poly port of the PS2 version, which is a good thing since the PS2 version did not look all that shabby.
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