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All-Star Baseball 2003

Overall: If your into Baseball and need that quick fix before the season starts...All Star Baseball 2003 is a good place to start. Overall the game stands out in that the feel and the sounds of the game bring you into the game like no other baseball title I have ever played before.

Gameplay: The Gameplay of All Star Baseball 2003 is tight. Respones on fielding and batting are very good. I can't say they are the best I have ever seen in a baseball game, but they are very good. One of the things that stands out the most is the ability to tell your fielder which base to throw too before the fielder has fielded the ball. Makes the flow of the game so much easier. Batting will take some people some time to get used too (unless you have played a ASB game before), and it does take patience and timing to be a good hitter. The pitching is more realistic this time around also. You can do things like make the pitch a side step pitch or a regular pitch, also you can throw to any of the bases even if you have already chosen your pitch as long as you do it before the windup. Stuff like that really makes the game fun for me. Another thing that makes the game fun is the inclusion of Baseball Collector Cards in the game. For certain things you do you get points, and then when you get the points you can use them to buy packs of ball cards. There are over 300+ cards to collect and you can trade them in for extra special items also.

Graphics: Visually the game does have it's strong points and it's weak points. The weakest point is the crowd. The crowd looks like cut out paperdolls...flat and not alot going on. The players on the field are very good replecas of the actual players in MLB. Another nice touch is the fact that you can actually read the names on the jerseys when you are fielding. Another nice touch for the game is the inclusion of the Mascots for all the teams. It's funny to see them doing their anticts in between the innings.

Audio: The sound in the game is what you would come to expect in a Baseball game. You can hear the announcers in the stands annoucing differnt things. Also, the commentary on the game is new and fresh. It doesn't get stale like most commentaries on sport titles.

Overall Score: 9.0 / 10

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