Reviews and Problems with High Heat Major League Baseball 2004
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High Heat Baseball 2004 (PS2)
22 May 2009
Conclusion: Normally I just average all my other results to come up with an overall score. Personally, I can look past some flaws for a game that provides maximum realism on the field. When properly tuned this game will give you a tremendous on-field experience. Therefore, I feel that the excellent gameplay outweighs the problems with the audio and the interface. I believe that buying this game would be money well spent to any serious baseball fan.
Excerpt: Well, baseball season is just around the corner, and that means a new slew of baseball games are hitting the shelves. 3DO's High Heat: Major League Baseball 2004 looks like it may give some of the bigger hitters a run for their money. The graphics won't make you think you're sitting in Wrigley Field, but they are solid, and the game has all the numbers, stats, and customization that die-hard fans crave. High Heat 's graphics are clean, pretty, and do the game justice.
Excerpt: Spring is almost here, and with it comes the sounds of America's pastime. No... we're not talking about reality television, here—it's baseball. The crack of the bat, the chatter of the players, the huge contracts... thus begins another season of baseball, not only in reality, but also on the PlayStation 2.
Conclusion: The game play is top notch and the graphics got a great upgrade. The stadiums aren’t up to par, but the game almost looks as good as last year’s ASB game. The game did nothing to break out of its traditional niche—the graphics are good, but not top tier. I haven’t played the other baseball games yet, but High Heat definitely improved from last year’s edition and I would strongly suggest at the very least, a rental by any baseball fan.