Reviews and Problems with High Heat Major League Baseball 2003
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28 May 2011
Summary: About as close as you can come to stepping onto the baseball field. It still amazes me the company (3DO) who produced the High Heat games went out of business. It must have been due to poor business management because it sure wasn't because of their game quality. If you can find this on ebay, snag it up. You'll love it.
Summary: This game is very underrated from the reviews I have read. I would give it a perfect rating if not for the lack of off the field managing. The only problem I have with the entire game is the lack of injuries, no disabled list and you only get a 25 man roster (no triple A teams and a very small bench) The game play itself is tremendous, the scoring is realistic and the computer doesn't just score on homers, they will bunt runners over and score from 2nd on singles.
Summary: In my opinion this is the best baseball game out there right now. Great on-field action and a really deep season mode makes it better that Triple Play 2002 and MLB 2003. All and all I'd recommend this game for players who want to play right away and for those who really want a good simulation.
Summary: I was about to buy this game until I actually played it at the store. The graphics were worse in this then in MLB 99 for the PS1. The gameplay was however pretty good and realistic. But insted of wasting 50 bucks on this buy Triple Play 2002 its a 100 times better.
Summary: We purchased this game in high anticipation...and found that our PS2 system could not recognize/read the CD. We returned it for a replacement at a major retailer and the replacement CD had the same problem. I think there is a quality issue with 3DO's manufacturing process and I fear purchasing any more of their products because it is so hard to return games. Fortunately, the store agreed to give us a store credit to buy something else when we returned the second copy.
Summary: EVEN DOUGH IT DOESN'T HAVE GOOD GRAPHICS IT'S GOOD. THE THINGS I HATE ABOUT THE GAME IS THE SOUND, THE PITCHER GETS TIRED VERY FAST, AND YOU CAN MAKE ALOT OF HOMERUNS. IM PLAYING ALL STAR LEVEL AND IT'S SO EASY TO SCORE. IF YOU PLAY HALL AND FAME IT'S REALLY HARD TO PITCH.
Summary: High Heat 2003 for the PS2 is a great baseball video game, despite the lack of a Franchise mode which is the biggest problem with this game. I am used to playing Sega's World Series Baseball series on the Dreamcast and personally think both series' are basically equal except that High Heat's Franchise mode is a little more in-depth. Graphically this game is awesome. The players look like the real life players and their pitching styles and batting stances are head on.