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All Star Baseball 2003

All Star Baseball 2003


Developer:
Acclaim Austin

Publisher: Acclaim

Players: 1 - 4

Additions: 
Force Feedback

ESRB Rating: EveryoneESRB Information

Overall Rating?.? / 10

Developed by Acclaim Studios Austin under license from Major League Baseball, Acclaim Sports' All-Star Baseball franchise has been praised by industry press over the past two years for its breakthrough graphics and gameplay. All-Star Baseball 2003 builds upon that proven success and combines simulation style hardball for the baseball fanatic with the ease of use for the casual sports gamer.

All-Star Baseball 2003 features all-new player models created with 3-D CyberScan technology for one of the most realistic representations of player faces ever seen. Game modes include exhibition, season, career, franchise, expansion, All-Star Game, series, manager, home-run derby, and batting practice. Franchise mode allows users to build their favorite teams for up to 20 consecutive seasons. All-new expansion play lets you choose a city, stadium, and team logo and then add that team to the major leagues. And the expansion draft lets you draft from a pool of unprotected players and build a team from free agents and minor leaguers.

The three-man broadcast booth of Bob Brenly, Thom Brennaman, and Steve Lyons provides in-depth commentary. The Cooperstown Hall of Fame team features such sluggers from the past as Mike Schmidt, Reggie Jackson, and Yogi Berra. All 30 major-league teams and more than 900 players are represented, all with official stadiums, logos, and uniforms. There are more than 50 stadiums from which to choose, including eight classic stadiums and 10 expansion stadiums.

$29.99


$49.99

$49.99



10 game modes including Exhibition, Season, Career, Franchise, Expansion, All-Star Game', Series, Manager, Home Run Derby' and Batting Practice.


All 30 Major League teams, including logos and uniforms. Over 900 players.


More than 50 interactive official stadiums including 8 classic and 10 expansion.


All-new player models, featuring 3-D Cyberscan technology, giving All-Star Baseball 2003 very realistic representation of player faces


Future throw technology allows players to make incredible super-smooth catches and throws like never before;


Innovative 3D batting interface and power/contact swing selection.


User control over check swings. Never-before-seen broken bats.


Season awards like the MVP, Cy Young, Rookie Of The Year, and Gold Glove.


Franchise Mode allows users to play and build their favorite team for up to twenty consecutive seasons.


All-new Expansion Play allows baseball fanatics to choose a city, stadium and team logo, and add that team into the Major leagues for season play.


All-new Expansion draft, whereby users will draft from a pool of unprotected players and build a team of free agents and minor leaguers.


In-game player trading cards, which enable users to collect, trade and unlock cheat codes throughout the game.

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IGN Cube:

"I like baseball games and All-Star Baseball 2003 is my favorite of any. The simulation take on the sport is well done with an unequaled hitting / pitching system, tight fielding and running controls and lots of great modes to explore, the most ambitious of which are the Franchise and Expansion ones..."

8.3


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