Reviews and Problems with High Heat Major League Baseball 2003
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The best baseball game of 2002
J. Hall, Amazon
18 May 2002
Summary: Okay, I'll admit it: this looks an awful lot like a really good PS One game. But great graphics don't make a great game; check out All-Star Baseball 2003 if you don't believe me. (Better yet, DON'T. I should have known better than to play a game sponsored by a Yankee!
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...
Summary: Well first of all let me say that this game for the PS2 does not have the best graphics, however really fun. The only real problem I have with the game is the schedule! did anyone bother to bring up a Red Sox schedule before making this game? c'mon 3DO you guys a supposed to be pros here.
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...
Summary: As a person who spent years playing nothing but the Triple Play series, it was hard for me to switch to something different. But, EA sports made it an easier decision by pretty much ruining Triple Play. So, I now had to find a replacement. All-Star Baseball was just too hard...
With this one, I can see myself playing a whole season.
Nathan L. Kraft, Amazon
17 May 2002
Summary: I've already read a bunch of reviews on the pros and cons of this game. Here's some comments I'd like to make that may or may not have been overlooked. I'm used to the All-Star Baseball series and that means I'm used to never drawing a walk. The pitchers in those games never threw a 3-2 ball..
Summary: HH 2003 has much improved graphics and an updated roster over 2002. given the High Heat legacy, it plays well giving a good mix of walks vs. strikeouts... in addition to the general difficulty setting (rookie, pro, allstar, mvp) the game also allows you to adjust a general setting to make the game...
Summary: After playing this game for the first time, I loved it. The gameplay is great, the stadiums are great, and the players are fantastic. High Heat beats out it's competitors by far. I have yet to play All-star b-ball, but it's better than triple play and MLB.
Summary: High Heat 2002 was a "not very well crafted" baseball game with extraordinary gameplay that is so realistic that you almost feel as if you're witnessing the game first hand. Half of the statistics were horribly flawed and some(saves) were not even recorded.
High Heat is better than last year, Still not great
17 May 2002
Summary: While i was very dissapointed with last years high heat, this years version surprised me (and yes i do actually own it). Gameplay and graphics are much improved and the announcers voices were crisp and clean. I was also surprised to see that the rosters were also as up to date as they could be (i.e.