Reviews and Problems with World Series Baseball 2K3
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Best Baseball game so far
25 April 2003
Summary: Just bought this game today after being so excited about it, and I am NOT dissapointed. This game is by far the best baseball game I have ever played. The menu and gameplay is just like watching Sportscenter on ESPN. Anyone who was looking for a good baseball game for PS2, GO GET THIS GAME!
Summary: This game was a major dissapointment. I'm a huge franchise fan and spend at least as much time dealing with that aspect as actually playing the on-field game. The franchise in WSB 2K3 is a big dissapointment.
Summary: This could be the worst baseball game I have ever played I couldn't even get through the first game. It is that bad. Do yourself a favor and don't get this game. Get All Star Baseball 2004 instead. You will thank me for it.
Summary: After reading as many reviews as possible in attempting to decide b/t WSB and MVP, I finally made the decision and went with WSB. I had seen and played the XBox version, and was assuming that the PS2 version would play the same way.
Summary: -Wow- Where do i start! It has been so long since a baseball game like this drew me in (Ken Griffey Jr Baseabll for SNES). And im not talking about the great graphics or the animation, or the real minor league players or even the Old time uniforms. Whats best about this game is the GAMEPLAY!!
Summary: Well i was very excited when i got wsb 2k3. It has a deep franchise mode, complete rosters, excellent stat keeping, and challenging gameplay. The problem is that once you figure out how to hit and field well, you end up with all these games in the teens(the score).
Summary: Some of the comments about the graphics being jittery at times are noticeable are true, so if that is what will ruin a game for you, rent it first. But if you're looking for a game that gets you as close to real baseball as any game I've played, then this one's for you.
Summary: This game is absolutely amazing, it sets a new standard for baseball games. Anything you expect a baseball game to have, chances are it has it, from the ESPN style presentation to the ejections of pitchers for throwing at batters, Sega has thought of everything, and then some!