Summary: Yep, if you are willing to take the time to learn what the game can really do this is one heck of a baseball simulation and tremendously fun at the same time. There are some really essential options in this game that let you customize it to whatever realism and whatever difficulty you want. for example, you can turn off the pitching Icon and the vibration so that you have to pitch on "Feel".
Summary: I had to give this game five stars because it's the best game ever. I've never played High Heat or Triple Play but the commercials look like the graphics suck. Also it has realismto baseball, unlike Slugfest 2002. You don't beat up guys or have a baseball knock you over in real baseball, but that is how it is in Slugfest. Everyone says that the hitting is difficultin All-Star, but not me.
Summary: all star baseball 2003 is the best game that i have ever played! I also have high heat baseball 2002 and after playing asb 2003 hhb 2002 was horrible! That's how good the game is! i would recomend this game to anyone!
Summary: All Star Baseball 2003 is the best baseball game that has come out for a while. The graphics are awsome and the anouncers give great play by play, but sometimes they do repeat themselves. Its really awsome because you can earn points for different things like if you strike out a side or get a double play. Then you can use these points and get baseball cards. I've heard that if you get all the baseball cards you can gat cheats, but i could be wrong.
Summary: This game is the best baseball game u can buy today. It has all the teams, all the stadiums and more. Graphically it doesn't quite match up with EA Sport's Triple Play, but it does offer many other features that EA doesn't provide. A couple features from the gameplay. - The part i liked most about being at bat, is the way it keeps track of your previous at bats.
Summary: All Star Baseball 2003 is the best baseball game I have ever played. The Expansion and Franchise modes are great, new players from the minors come up as the years progress, and players retire. The greatest thing is that its the only baseball game that lets you continue on to the next season. Teams move out of thier stadiums and into new ones. The graphics are unbelievable, and the players are easily recognizable by thier faces.
Summary: Gameplay: The pitching is really simple and it's not too easy or too hard to strike a batter out. The batting is difficult and I was frustrated at first but after playing more I got the hang of it. Its very realistic and is the perfect difficulty but if you want, you can switch to easy hitting, where all you need to do is get the timing right and not location. 9/10 Graphics: Simply amazing. I can recognize all of the ballparks. By far the best for ps2 baseball games.
Summary: General/Summary: This is quite possibly one of the best looking baseball games that I have ever played and the gameplay goes hand in hand with it. At first I thought that this was just another mediocre baseball game but then I started to realize what this game is about. The detail in this game is amazing, the options and extras are very nice because it adds alot more life to this game.
Summary: Listen I don't know where all these people are coming from who have played High Heat Baseball. That game is horrible, it blows. I bought it after reading the reviews on here and I knew I should have stuck with All Star Baseball. High Heat has bad graphics, poor gameplay, and absolutely no options. I think it must have cost ten bucks to make. Playing High Heat is about like watching a TV show on PAX, no fun.
Summary: I have played baseball video games for years, and this is easily the best ever. Terrific graphics, uncanny realism, so many options. The graphics are superb: players look like themselves, bat as they really do, pitch as they really do. The stadiums even include the local mascot (eg. Paws in Detroit) and the proper sky line in the background. Besides the regular teams, they include "Cooperstown Legends", a team of Hall of Famers like Mays, Musial, Kaline.