Summary: Every other hit seems to be a home run. You put the batting icon where the ball is going to be and the result is a home run. Slow motion for a foul ball. The fielders are hard to move. I can't seem to get them in position to catch a ball. When a fielder does catch a ball, they are not quick to get it to the appropriate fielder...firt baseman, cut off man, etc. When pitching... if the batter takes practice swings...the pitcher cannot start his windup.
Summary: I love the games that EA Sports has put out ont the past. I could always depend on them to create the best sport games of the bunch. Was I ever wrong with Triple Play for the Playstation 2. Many of the things others have mentioned I also do not like. I have very high scoring games even in All-Star mode. The fielding interface makes it hard to catch any fly ball that is not hit near you in the outfield. I have players hitting HR's as much as the big HR hitters.
Summary: Wow, where to begin. I popped this game into my PS2 after several months of Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001. I had forgotten how crappy the Triple Play series had declined to, but was almost immediately reminded in full as all the bad memories came back. I had to force myself to finish a season last year with TP 2001. I finished 1st with 116 wins (only because I quit trying after the all-star break to try and make it a little more competitive).
Summary: This game is made for very young children. Its not realistic at all. You can hit homerun after homerun if you know what you're doing -- regardless of who's playing who. The stats, details and game-play are all totally simplistic. I've had this game for one full day, and I think I might be done with it. Don't waste your money. The only people who should buy this game are (maybe) younger kids. Any real baseball fan will be bored.