Summary: I really liked this game. It's true, this game is pretty easy once you get used to it. You can hit up to 8 home runs in a 9 inning rookie game, but not always. So what if this game is easy, it's still tons of fun. It's true, it's unrealistic, but not to unrealistic. It's like NFL Blitz, easy but fun. What I really enjoy is hitting homeruns (which is really cool) and trying to throw no hitters with my pitchers.
Summary: Triple play just keeps getting better! Could take a few pointers from All Star Baseball 2003, whose players look so much like the real ones. Would be nice if you had old school uniforms,players,and stadiums, but overall the best one yet. It's a lot easier to hit, which is a lot more than I can say for ASB2003, and High Heat. If I want to play a game where it's hard to hit I'll go join a real league!
Summary: Triple Play Baseball is a fun game that has a few problems with its realism. The main problem I have noticed(and everybody else who likes pitching duels has noticed too) is the game is definatly too hitting oriented (I once hit 5 home runs in an inning after the other team hit 2 or 3 off of me). The only way to reduce the incredible home run and hit totals is to move up the difficulty level.
Summary: This game is very good except for one thing. Home Runs are too easy! The graphics are some of the best I've seen in my life! The rosters are perfect and the player's characteristics (faces and windups, etc.) are so realistic! It isn't the greatest game ever made, but I still think this is a game you should own!
Summary: This game is pretty good. It has decent graphics and pretty good announcing, it is very similar to the other Triple Play games. Home runs are very easy to hit and striking out the computer is very easy as well. There are also a couple of flaws, for example, if you throw a knuckleball about one inch high of the strike zone, it will be called a strike, and it is physically impossible to hit-- otherwise, a fun, good game
Summary: The game is alot of fun; you can play an entire 162 game season with real teams and players or a quick game of only a few innings. It's fun playing againt the computer and even better against someone else. If you like baseball games it's a good game.
Summary: i play baseball and understand the rules of the game, but i have never cared to watch games on TV. I didnt know who any of the players were (except a few of my hometown yankees) or their stats or anything. and i have only played one other PS1 baseball game before, but only briefly. this game game me a better understanding and appreciation of the teams, players, stadiums, player stats (assuming they're somewhat accurate).
Summary: If I were you, I would give this a game a shot AT THE RENTAL STORE. This is a great game, but I dont know if its better than All Star 2002 or High Heat. There are a few set backs, such as tough fielding for unexperienced players, and there are not many balls that go into corners or gaps! Great graphics and a cool playoff setup make this exceptional... beware, rookie mode is very easy but season or playoffs in pro make this game very good.
Summary: Being an avid baseball fan and at the same time a major fan of the EA Games I naturally picked up Triple Play the very day it came out. I also have High Heat Baseball and since so many of the reviews I have read on here have been helpful I thought I'd write one of my own. Triple Play has great graphics and fairly accurate rosters. It's easy to make trades and sign free agents to change your team.