Reviews and Problems with World Championship Snooker 2003
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Sound quality 8
You can be a world champion
28 July 2004
Excerpt: The long awaited 2003 edition I have always been a fan of snooker games, but finding a realistic one, which is easy to play, appeared to be quite difficult. I was pleasantly shocked when I bought World Championship Snooker 2002 for the PS2.
Pros: Realistic and addictive gaming, lots of the top players
Cons: Opponents sometimes do impossible shots; commentary can be a bit repetitive
Excerpt: Making a snooker sim, and making it interesting couldn't have been the easiest jobo in the world. But Codemasters have done it well to a certain extent. When you first play the game the graphics really strike an impression on you as they are sharp and crisp, unlike the clumsy graphics of last year's...
Excerpt: I think the only let down with this game is the length of time it takes to play. You may as well go to the local snooker hall and pay £1 for an hour. The graphics are good, sound good (if you like listening to Dennis Taylor!!
Excerpt: I have quite a lot of sports type games for my PS2 this has to rank as awesome as a multiplayer but poor for the single player! Sure the game has good in game modes such as create a player, it’s hard not to like creating a player that’s look like you and trying to beat the like of the Rocket Ronny...
Summary: I was really excited when I heard that World Championship Snooker 2003 was going to be released, but when it arrived I was very disappointed. The graphics are... well... average - balls look like balls but the players look like characters from the Adams Family.
Summary: As an avid spectator and player of Snooker, I was compelled to buy this game to substitute for when I can't get to the green beize myself. So come on, it's snooker. It has all you would expect from a snooker game.
Summary: if you like snooker this is the game for you. In career mode you Take up the gauntlet of a World Snooker player and become the No.1 seed. Challenge over 27 of the Worlds greatest players,including Mark Williams,Ronnie O’Sullivan and Stephen Hendry.
Summary: Designed to be the definitive snooker simulation, World Championship Snooker 2003 bring's all the tension and atmosphere of professional snooker matches to game screens. If you’ve got the skill, the game can take you all the way to professional status, competing at the highest levels – even playing...
Summary: When I got this game I couldn't stop playing with it and my friend can't get enough of it. With high class players and beginners aiming you just have to buy it. Trick shot, coaching, Pool and even fun games are included in this game or you can test yourself out against other players in career mode...