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FIFA Soccer 2003

by Electronic Arts See the Amazon Page for this brand
PlayStation2
Everyone
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews) 88 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00006ZCCW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,544 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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All the speed, style and passion of the world's game come alive in FIFA Soccer 2003. Take to the field and battle it out against the toughest teams from around the globe. This is soccer gaming that lives by the rules of the real sport and puts you in a world of true soccer detail and culture. Control the ball and you control the game.

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FIFA Soccer 2003 lets you play with all the best clubs, players, and national teams. The Club Championship highlights the top 18 club teams with intense detail, including team-specific stadiums and chants. You will have total ball control: use your feet and head to control the ball like never before. You will also be able to use free kicks and corner kicks to set up a shot or even score directly. Computer opponents will adopt tactics based on the real game situations.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Like watching the pros January 22, 2003
By A Customer
Format:Video Game
when I first boought fifa 2003 i forgot it was a video game it was so realistic. The graphics are awesome and so are the gameplay.You can manage a team (buy and sell) in a season, or club champoinship. You can play any club you name in the pros and it has it (english league,italian leaque, spanish leaque, german league, scottish leaque, Mls-amercan leauge, korean leaque, brazilian league, swedish league, rest of world league and i think thats it, there might be more). it may be boring if u play exhibitionsor multiplayer but on seasons its so fun. you can also unlock tournamounts and stadiums. they even have the brand names on 95% of the jerseys and u can also check all the teams jerseys in the hall of kits. it also has the new freestyle control which i havn't mastered yet but when you pull of a move its a crazy move. the only bad thing i can say about this game is u can't create players and there is no indoor stadium like in the game fifa 98 road to world cup on n64. I definetly without question recomend you to buy this game and if you dont buy it rent it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars this is awesome August 8, 2003
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Format:Video Game
this game is so awesome. The graphics are unbelievable. It looks like a real game. The gameplay is fantastic, honestly. It is extremely realistic and you have to have skill to score goals. I thought Fifa World Cup 2002 was an awesome game but it had its flaws. One of those was the ridiculous easiness of goal scoring. I was able to win games 10-0 on World Class! You could just dribble straight past people and shoot the ball straight in. This game is much better. The defenses hold up very well. You need skill and superior passing to beat the defense. It is much more exciting and challenging this way.
Some flaws. First of all, the controller setup is kinda confusing-sprint is changed from triangle to R1, etc. Second, it is nearly impossible to score on long-range shots. The AI goalies have superhuman abilities which will stop even the most brilliant shots. You can almost never score unless the ball is 20 yards or less away from the goal. Third, the pass button doesn't have a power meter so all you can do is hope your passes have enough pace to get to your teammates. Finally, the headers in this game are very poor. You hold down triangle for all of them, eliminating any differences between passing, clearing, and shooting headers.
Overall, this game is very realistic and well-made. EA still has a ways to go though. They need to expand as well as they do on other sports games, i.e. Madden.
Things missing/wrong-
~Eddie Pope is one of the worst players in the game-42 overall!!!
~No different modes, i.e. practice, training, create-a-team/player
~Once you complete a season, your team is gone and you have to start a new one. This means no off-season, player development, etc.
~Where's the professional Dutch league? Where's the Holland National Team!?!? What's going on there EA?
good game though, best fifa game so far. I recommend it to everyone, especially those who know how soccer is really played.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Different than Fifa2k2, but I think better November 7, 2002
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Format:Video Game
The only other soccer game I have is Fifa 2k2, so I can't compare this to PES 2, which lots of people seem to like. On its own merits, it's a really fun game. Compared to 2k2, I feel more like I'm playing real soccer. In 2K2, I normally scored by kicking it deep (often from goal) and having my forwards outrun the defenders. Or, I would slide tackle a defender and go 1-on-1 with the goalie. Couldn't master much else, except the occasional 1-touch flick with the rt. stick, which worked magically well. In 2K3, the goalie rarely kicks so far and the defenders are smarter. Instead, I am able to pass around the perimeter of the box (mostly X-button), looking for an open shot. Or, I can build a good run up the wings. I also actually can/need to pass backwards to set up an attack on occasion. It just looks and feels more like the actual flow of a soccer game.
Other improvements: Less repetition, e.g., goalie kicks no longer go exactly the same place every time. Better AI, especially in its responsiveness to game situations, e.g., throw everyone up-field if one down late in the game. Easier controls outside the game, e.g., choosing teams, team management, playing a whole season. I really like the right stick free-form moves, especially knocking the ball forward (great fun with Ruud Van Nistelrooy) Feels more like a broadcast game, with better replays and half-time/end of game highlights. Graphics are improved, overall. I like the ability to pressure a player on defense. My uncontrolled players on both offense and defense spend less time doing either nothing or the wrong thing. Kick it randomly up-field and it won�t magically go to one of your players.
Several minuses: I find headers really hard to manage, and understand they might not even be possible if you are unmarked.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Heed the warnings! This is not a good game. February 16, 2003
Format:Video Game
I've always loved the FIFA franchise and played almost every game since 98's Road to the world cup. I read the negative reviews, but since my brother wanted this game I bought it for him.
I have played it several times now and I must say I'm terribly dissapointed.
First, it has less game choices. In 2002 (at least PC) I could play indoors, outdoors, raining, hot, you name it. Now there are no weather options and you can only play stadiums.
2nd. No training mode. The controls are difficult enough, and then you have to learn them as you go? Not good.
3rd. _The controls_. This is the most frustrating "feature" in this game. First, if you want to shoot, you must press the shot button way before you actually intend to shoot, or else the keeper/defender will take the ball away. Why would I want to try and shoot before I even decide to do so? This is not how was done in past FIFA games (or at least it wasn't as notorious). It's just as if too much processor power went into the graphics and left the gameplay as 2nd priority.
_The passing_ It is almost impossible to control the passing power (with the "pass to teammate" button) so almost all of your passes end up being cut off. The "pass to space" and "lob pass" button actually work very fine, I must say. Those DO have the power meter.
_The dribbling_ Ok, so past FIFA games were a bit too generous in that area, where you could dribble to your heart's content. Now it's almost impossible to the point where you don't even try to dribble anymore, taking a good part of the enjoyment off the game.
_The commentators_ I live in Mexico so my brother has the spanish speaking commentators on, and they say the dumbest things and the most laughable expressions ("YES! YES!).
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4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome graphics, fun to play...
In my opinion, FIFA 2003 has better graphics than all other FIFA titles (including 05' & 06') and better graphics than Winning Eleven. Read more
Published on December 1, 2005 by Armando Martinez
3.0 out of 5 stars FIFA2003=FIFA WORLD CUP 2002
BOUGHT THIS LAST YEAR IN 2003 with World Cup 2002 Korea/Japan (KKOREA FINISHED IN 4th PLACE!) and this game has made some improvements and BAD improvements: Comparing with World... Read more
Published on March 11, 2004 by Jetblitz2003
4.0 out of 5 stars bring back create-a-team!
Creating teams - as you can on Fifa 2002 - is the most fun you can have without stimulants. PLEASE bring back this feature!!!
Published on November 14, 2003 by GLYN M MAXWELL
4.0 out of 5 stars FIFA Soccer 2003
FIFA might have been a good game until Winning Eleven came out on market. Don't waste your time with FIFA and give WE a try. I've seen NOBODY get back to FIFA. Read more
Published on October 22, 2003
2.0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your time. Get Winning Eleven 6 instead.
FIFA 2003 was decent, until Winning Eleven 6 came and blew it out of the water. Great graphics, great sound, but poor gameplay and the dumbest artificial intelligence for teammates... Read more
Published on July 29, 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars Best Fifa Yet (Realistic Strategy)
Fifa has done it. Finally a soccer game where people can't just dribble all the way into scoring position with minimal effort or just keep kicking it down field until it lands on a... Read more
Published on July 20, 2003 by Fo Shizzle
5.0 out of 5 stars Unmatched authenticity
That's FIFA's philosophy, which for the keen footballer or fan is a must. There has been a new series hitting the US market and it doesn't quite have what FIFA has and will have in... Read more
Published on July 14, 2003
3.0 out of 5 stars fun, but not realistic
this game is an arcade version of soccer. it is fun to play if u like arcade style games, but if you want the real thing play winning eleven 6. Read more
Published on July 10, 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars Get Winning Eleven 6 International instead
the Winning Eleven series (by Konami) is light years ahead of the FIFA series. After playing WE, there is no way I could ever go back to playing FIFA.
Published on July 3, 2003 by J. Duff
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT GAME
Great game, very real!! Great for socer lovers!!
Published on July 2, 2003
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