Reviews and Problems with High Heat Major League Baseball 2003
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High Heat Baseball 2003 (PS2)
22 May 2009
Conclusion: This is a title that will be hard to beat. Some may look a little nicer, but they won’t play as well. There were a few small things that I was sorry to see return in this year’s title, but they were only small things.
Excerpt: The smell of seemingly freshly cut grass permeates my living room as my leadoff hitter makes his way from the on deck circle to home plate. If this sounds like some real game descriptions...well...it's mostly due to the fact that it's darn close.
Excerpt: 3DO is back with the latest installment in the High Heat franchise and it appears they have set out to provide the best baseball experience possible. With All-Star Baseball 2003 and Triple Play 2002 nipping at their heels, HH2003 has been able to take that extra step in providing baseball fans what...
Conclusion: No other game on the PS2 accurately depicts the velocity and movement of the pitches as well as High Heat. Anyone who has played this game will share stories of being completely fooled by a changeup after a well-placed fastball. The breaking balls also have a realistic snap to them.
Conclusion: High Heat 2003 very well could have been a landmark baseball title. The gameplay makes it so, but its early release means things like schedules and rosters aren't representative of the 2002 baseball season.
Excerpt: I spent last summer trying to figure out how to get the computer to trade me Jason Giambi without my having to give up Arod and half my AAA prospects. I am, of course, referring to the PC version of High Heat 2002.
Excerpt: Ah yes, the Boys of Summer are back and that can mean only one thing! A NEW SEASON OF GREAT BASEBALL VIDEO GAMES IS HERE! And I believe I have a game that you will truly love. This game, entitled High Heat 2003 from 3DO really has a lot of new features that will surely make you long for the Opening...
Excerpt: Will baseball games ever have a franchise mode? Well, not this year... Every year, baseball games get more depth and better graphics. Yet the one thing all baseball fans want but have yet to see is a franchise mode. The High Heat Baseball Series first appeared on the Playstation 2 last year.