Summary: straight away from when i got my ps2 i got this game. the graphics are great and the gameplay is brilliant. and i like the fact that in the transfer market it's well easy to get players and they'll always be the same price. i also like the freekicks on it where you have to get it in the green bit. much better than fifa 2004 which i was a little dissapointed with. i really reccommend that you should get this and the price is well low.
Summary: I thought Fifa where going downhill after Fifa 2002 but this just proves me wrong. The graphics are amazing, the commentaters don't repeat themselves and I can't wait to get Fifa 2004! But you can't play as Wales!Also Wayne Rooney and Christiano Ronaldo aren't included. But overall it is exceptional! Go Fifa!
Summary: When FIFA 2003 came out on ps2 i was suprised at how good the graphics and the gameplay were. i could not believe how much FIFA had change. You could play it forever and still never get bored you can do up to 8 players on 1 season full with champions league. There is one way fifa 2004 could be better they could include the nationwide division teams. Still the best FIFA game yet i don't think anyone can wait to see what EAsports come up with FIFA 2004.
Summary: Fifa 2003 rocks,its graphics are out of this world and the game play is very good.Graphics:you can see there name and number on there back as clear as ever,I recommend this to enyone how is a football fan and Fifa 2004 when it comes out,I dont no how the graphics can get better. you can make your dream team and much much much more!! Its worth it!!!!!!!!!!!!! The players faces are so detailed you would almost thnk they were real.
Summary: Erm not quite there yet, but instead for the meantime we have FIFA 2003. Fifa has always been a triumph of style over substance - you'd get the ability to play as 6 billion different teams, all with the authentic kits and player names, but the gameplay was just holding the sprint button and occasionally shooting.
Summary: FIFA 2003 is the most enjoyable game I have ever played. The reason I say it is better than its predecessors is mainly because of its AI. For e.g., if I bring a defender forward into the midfield, the computer will pass the ball to the lone attacker and Goal! Similarly if I try to take a player from his formation, I get the consequences. The most realistic aspect of the game is that I just can NOT hit a goal by the skill of a single player only.
Summary: I have always enjoyed football computer games but they have never quite been realistic enough, but Fifa 2003 changes all that. The gameplay is stunningly lifelike, the players react to tackles, the control system is great. There are options missing from previous Fifa games that I would have liked to have seen such as creating players and choosing formations more freely but the game is so great that I can forgive EA for that.
Summary: I don't believe in a perfect game but FIFA 2003 certainly comes close. When playing the game for the first time I noticed that the reaction of the controls is the best it has ever been. My players were actually turning when I told then to. The atmosphere for all games is fantastic. Never before was I taken aback by the reaction of scoring a last minute winner at my home ground. The songs they sing during the game are also very clear and specific to the home team.
Pros: stadium atmosphere, player graphics, amount of competitions
Cons: no create a player mode, no practice option, no Holland
Summary: Finally a game worth wrighting about. I purchased the new ISS and was very dissapointed with it so I exchanged it for FIFA 2003 and this time was not dissapointed. At first the controls took a bit of getting used but its not long before you get the hang of it. They have maintained the forward run system and of course all the team updates, team kits and alot more stadiums. The gameplay itself is very realistic something previous games from EA lacked.