Summary: When you want to shoot for the goal, it doesn't have a quick reaction. Apart from that, everything else is OK. Sometimes the computer plays quite hard but not so hard that you can't beat it after some practice.
Summary: This game when out was the best football game but however still has some flaws. The tricks are good and are the feature of this game and the graphics are nice. + Graphics + Tricks are not too hard or too easy to do - The management is not as good as 2005 - Playability isn't as good as 2005 either
Summary: I remember buying my first every Fifa game. It was Fifa International Soccer in 1994(?) roughly. And when you look at the progress made between that game, and this, you realise how much the new games improve each time. Fifa 2003 is the best in this series of football games so far (I am excluding 2004). I felt that 2002 was a bit of a disaster with annoying traits, and guaranteed scoring angles, but I found this to be a massive improvement.
Summary: Although FIFA 2003 has a few good points, overall it's a huge dissapointment. The control is terrible at times. You press the button and the game reacts 2 seconds late. The graphics are ok but not the best the Gamecube is capable of. The camera is poor and the choices of angles are very limited, especially in replay's. It is not possible to change any details about the players, clubs or their kits which was a great part of previous FIFA games.
Summary: This game is fantastic. The gameplay is ausome and all of the shots and saves are ultimatly realistic.The graphics are brilliant and the teams are really up to date with the real thing.Next trime yo in da game shop and see it BUY IT!!!!!!!.
Summary: I have been playing footy games for years, and when the FIFA games were first introduced they were a class act far beyond everything else there was on offer. Trouble is they got boring! Other games started to take dominance and were more of a change than the 'regular' FIFA updates. FIFA 2003 however is different. This is quite simply the best footy game i have ever played.
Summary: FIFA 2003 is the new kid on the block when it comes to high-graphic football games. The gameplay is excellent and you can pick from 3 speeds of play, just to make it just that bit more perfect. The new free-kick system allows you to step into the boots of Roberto Carlos and David Beckham, you have control over where they strike the ball and how hard they hit it, IT'S GREAT FUN!
Summary: FIFA 2002 was not an improvement on FIFA 2001, and other FIFAs have been just as dissapointing. But FIFA 2003 is amazing, helped of course by the capabilities of the GameCube. On this game, the details really do make the difference. For starters, the stadia have been created to perfection, although Arsenal fans will be disgusted to know that the camera is on the wrong side of Highbury!
Summary: I've been playing Fifa football games since they first hit the megadrive, and up to a point they were THE defining game of it's genre. But everyone knows that EA got sloppy and The ISS/Pro evo games from Konami gave every footballing gamer what they desired...a game that was fun and realistic. And finally that's what EA seem to have done. Ok, so it's not quite on the same level as Pro Evo on the PS2, but it's a hell of an improvement.