Summary: It has all the real players, 150 teams. You can play dynasty mode for years and recruit players, as you watch others leave for the NBA or graduate. After you play your season, you can play in your conference tournament. And then you can play in the Big Dance with all 64 teams. Its the best college game ever. I play it every night.
Summary: The minute I borrowed this from a friend and played it I was hooked. Great game play with moves that can leave your opponents in the dust. Even better is the fact that you can finally play a season long and then if your team plays well enough you advance on to the grand daddy of all tournaments. March Madness 2003 brings you into the heart of the game and makes you feel like your playing for your favorite team.
Summary: I have always wanted EA sports to make a good college basketball game. I own March Madness 2000, 2001 for the playstation, so i figured that March Madness 2002 for playstation 2 would be really great, but i was wrong. March Madness 2003 is so much better than March Madness 2002. I didn't care much for March Madness 2002 cause you could not play a season, so i was anxious to get March Madness 2003.
Summary: I have been waiting for EA sports to come out with a good college basketball game, and they finally have. I have March Madness 2000, and 2001 for playstaion, and 2002 for ps2. I was excited about 2002 thinking it was going to be good, but I was wrong. In March Madness 2002 you can't play a season, you can only play a tournament. I was disappointed with 2002, but 2003 is great. I recently got March Madness 2003, and the graphics are awesome. The gameplay is great,too.
Summary: One reviewer said that MM 2003 doesn't say the players name. Every college game for every college doesn't say the players name because they aren't allowed to. I already know that this game is better than Sega's because EA is the best company.
Summary: I think that this game is very enjoyable and it is a very fun game to play. When I am reading some of the other reviews I am thinking to myself "Who cares if there is too much of that, or too little of this." Those other reviewers are too interested in the minor and unimportant details of the game, and they are just finding reasons to dump on it. I love this game, and I think what makes this game the best is the crowd, and the commentary.