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All Star Baseball 2003

by Acclaim Sports
Game Boy Advance
Everyone
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews) 77 / 100


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  • dual-player action
  • endorsement from Derek Jeter; current rosters
  • official Cooperstown license
  • Award-winning gameplay
  • Suitable for All Ages

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0000631V3
  • Item Weight: 5.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,291 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

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This game features all 30 major-league teams and more than 700 players, all with official stadiums, logos, and uniforms. There are six game modes: exhibition, quick play, All-Star Game, series, home-run derby, and batting practice. Official in-game player trading cards (64 in total) can be earned by achieving certain goals, like hitting four homers in one game. You can trade and view these cards via a link cable. Other features include animated scoreboards and a battery save feature.

The season option allows the player to select a team and guide it through a year of baseball. A full season consists of 162 games, some against opponents in your league and some against teams in other leagues. However you can elect to play one of the other season mode variations. These include 162 games with an unbalanced schedule, 162 games with a balanced schedule, non-interleague play, 81 games (half season), three-game league (round robin), one-game league (round robin), 87-game round robin, and 29-game round robin. The current progress can be saved after every game either manually or automatically.

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Lead your favorite Major League players and teams through a season of baseball - all on your handheld. Select from all 30 MLB teams and more than 700 players, complete with official stadiums, logos and uniforms. Run your players through batting practice and a home run derby, or gear them up for a whole 162 game season. Earn player trading cards, set up a season of league and inter-league play, and save team statistics. Manage your own MLB team and to get the lowdown on the business-side of running a big-league team.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Definite "All-Star" May 11, 2002
By Joseph
I am a big baseball fan, and have been patiently waiting for this game to come out. I did a lot of research between this game and High Heat 2003 for the GBA. It was a tough decision, but I definitely feel I made the right choice. This is a great offering for the GBA. The game play is smooth and the sound and graphics are very crisp. The stadiums look astonishing considering the platform this game is on. The pitching-batting interface is well done also. This game has great depth as well. There are plenty of play modes and this game comes close to capturing all of the aspects of a major league baseball game. It was a couple of features shy of five stars though. Hopefully next year, Acclaim will add some other small features to round-out a great baseball game for the GBA (ie: hit batters, adjust batter's and pitcher's stances, sliding, and maybe even some cut-scenes). Overall though, this game is nicely done and will provide a lot of fun over a 162 game season. Although I looked at this game and High Heat 2003 before making my purchase, I feel Acclaim has made the better game this season, and would definitely recommend buying this game.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Wait until 2004... June 17, 2002
I would recommend you not buy any of the GBA's Baseball games this year. I personally an going to wait until Sega releases a version of Baseball Advance with link cable support. All-Star Baseball is a decent Baseball game, however, to have any real fun with the game, you'd have to spend [more money] to get two copies (for multiplayer capabilities). That could be money well spent, if this were a better baseball game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Graphics, Hard to score runs June 15, 2002
By A Customer
This game has good graphics and sound, but is difficult to master. It's hard to score runs or control the base runners. I've played several games and have yet to score a run. Either I'm real bad or this game is real hard. I'm sure I'll get better with time, however if you don't have the patience or your too young you might feel you didn't get your money's worth. Overall it's a very well designed game and easy to use, I just wish it wasn't so hard to score. The CPU pitcher never throws balls, but the pitching is easy to control.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Quite up to snuff July 5, 2002
By A Customer
The problem with this game is that it is too hard, and it is not realistic. It is extremely difficult to get a multi-base hit (99 % of the hits by the computer and user are singles), the AI is really dumb (the runners don't know when to advance properly), the computer pitcher absolutely never throws a ball, etc. It is challenging, but too much so. I found Baseball Advance to be a much more playable game. It has the right blend of difficulty and challenge without being ridiculous.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Baseball Game For The Gameboy Advance January 28, 2013
By ChrisB.
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This baseball game is very fun for the Gameboy Advance. The graphics are poor, but the game play is great!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth your money, unless you get it for $5 May 9, 2004
By A Customer
Graphics: The graphics are OK, except for one thing: Every player looks the same!(except for having different skin color)
The teams all have the same color, also.
Gameplay: Unless you put it on Hard (All-Star), the game is way to easy. If you tilt the batting target a certain way, you can get a hit 90% of the time. As for pitching, just pitch to a corner, and you'll get an out almost every time. Plus the baserunning is totally messed up.
Special Features: If you're getting this game for the special features in the console version, don't. There is no create-a-player, or Hall-of-Fame team. The only thing it has are trading cards, which serve no purpose.
BOTTOM LINE: Too easy, gets boring quickly, no good extras,
players and teams all look the same.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Game!!! September 28, 2002
This should be picked up right now!!! I know the baserunning is a bit bad, but that's basically all of the flops. At the beginning you might think it's imossible to hit , but you just have to get used to it. And the fielding feature is a very to use.
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I have all 3 baseball games for the gameboy advance, and was hoping for more from All Star Baseball. Like High Heat, there is only 1 true stadium; all the others are just background pictures. That's one of the cool things about Baseball Advance, even though there are only 4 stadiums, they're the best ones. 2 classic (Fenway, Wrigley) and 2 new (Safeco and Pac Bell). Even with last year rosters, baseball advance has the best gameplay. High Heat 2003 for the computer is the best bar none, but for the gameboy advance not quite.
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