Reviews and Problems with World Series Baseball 2K3
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World Series Baseball 2k3 (PS2)
21 May 2003
Conclusion: Sega has made many people's wishes come true with this title. First, they gave us an excellent game that includes batting cursors. That satisfies one crowd. Second, they gave us a game that manages to blend some good GM elements with superior in-game play. I ended up purchasing this game because of limited availability at my local Blockbuster. My plan was to play it, review it, and trade it back in for Winning Eleven 6.
Excerpt: Like all of Sega Sports beloved sports titles the game play has stood out in games such as NHL 2k3, NBA 2k3, and NFL 2k3. This game is no exception. The feel that the development team was going for was realism and boy they delivered. The game play is so fluent and fun. This is actually one of the first games where I actually had fun fielding and pitching. Its usually 쬥t me bat, let me bat!he pitching-batter interface is excellent.
Conclusion: I also gave High Heat an 87 overall score. Although the two have different feels to the gameplay style and presentation, they both provide a great baseball experience. As a result, I think the decision on whether to buy High Heat or WSB is dependant on what type of baseball gamer you are. If you prefer a quicker-paced game buy High Heat, but if you like a more methodical and in-depth game, buy WSB.
Excerpt: This year is an extremely competitive year for baseball games on the PlayStation 2. There are literally six different games out there just waiting to be bought by sports gaming fans—three of which are series debuts on the PS2. World Series Baseball 2K3 (WSB 2K3) is one of those debuts. PS2 owners were supposed to see a World Series game last year, but Microsoft bought exclusivity rights, so WSB 2K3 marks the first Sega-delivered baseball title for the PS2 platform.