Summary: Having been a huge fan of the Triple Play series for the PC, I couldn't wait to play the Xbox version, purchasing it on the day of release. What the hell happened? Where are the rewards that were a staple of the PC version. The choice of multiple angles in the field and while batting? The game is not awful, there's some good strategy opportunities while pitching (hitting, in time, becomes way too easy even in All Star mode).
Summary: Unfortunately, this was the first baseball video game I've actually sat down and played. I'd seen them before, but never actually played them. ...Triple Play 2002 has got to be one of the worst baseball games in history unless you still live ten years ago, a time this game was cutting edge. 1. What's up with the player bodies. On the box there's a rendering of Luis Gonzalez in the back which looks great, but in the game he looks just as disproportioned as everyone else.
Summary: This game has a nice set-up, and had the potential to be a good baseball sim. Costas' play by play and the little cut scenes before you get up to bat really give you the feel of a baseball game. However once you come up to bat, the game doesn't deliver. I think I had 30 homers the first game that I played, and it got less and less challenging after that. I recommend that you avoid this game unless you like home-run derby's.