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Blast Lacrosse

Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Everyone
3.8 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews

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Blast Lacrosse [PlayStation]

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Providing a combination of hard-hitting and fast-paced action, Blast Lacrosse captures the uncaged fury of professional indoor lacrosse. Blast Lacrosse features all nine National Lacrosse League teams, including all the players and mascots. The league is currently enjoying its 14th successful season as the only recognized professional indoor lacrosse league in North America.

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ASIN B00005BIGB
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3.8 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #44,302 in videogames
#866 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation > Games
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Product Dimensions 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches
Media: Video Game

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This game is a lot of fun. Starting with the graphics, they aren't mindblowing, but this is Playstation. The sound is pretty bad, as the announcer Scott Farell has about 5 or 6 annoying phrases that he says over and over again. However, the gameplay is a blast. The closest thing that I could compare it to is NHL Rock The Rink, which I still play today. It is challenging and is pretty deep as well. The Sudden Death modes are great as well and add some extra replay value to the game. The Bottom Line is that it is fun to play and it plays like lacrosse. For people who say that the game is too fast, well, its an arcade game, so it is supposed to be fast. Besides, Lacrosse isn't a slow sport like baseball. The price tag is excellent at 29.99. I dare someone to find more than a handful of new PLaystation games for only 30 bucks. Go out and buy it, you won't be disappointed!
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The only reason to buy this game is to support the notion of a lacrosse video game. Maybe if enough are sold, then a better, more realistic version will be made. It's obvious that the second review here, from Hong Kong, is really by the designer and is an advertisement. This game bites. It's nothing more than a retooled hockey engine. The graphics are poor, movement stale, and the play too fast. There's not much ball control, the hitting over exaggerated, and the movement is really choppy. Anyone playing any of the other top sports games, or used to PS2 will be disappointed. The novelty of it being a lacrosse game quicky wears thin. The only redeeming quality is the over the top commentary, but even that grows tiresome after a while. So don't buy this. Wait for something better or something that is more respectful of lacrosse. This is nothing more than a hockey game, and not even a good one, trying to pass itself off as lacrosse. Save your money.
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A long wait is about to get a little longer. Although Blast is a Lacrosse based game, it falls short on giving those who know the game the game we have been waiting for. The game is fun to play, it is pretty cool to see a Lacrosse goal and control the great players of the MLL. Game play is pretty fast making the flow of the game difficult. You don't get to hold the ball very long before your head is ripped off. You can do some quick stick and other real life plays. I would suggest buying this game, don't get me wrong.
Hopefully this is a prelude to an improved field version, on the PS2 please.
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upon [reading]the reviews, i went out immediately and bought this game...boy was i majorly disappointed. the graphics are horrible, you cant tell when someone has the ball clearly, every check is a massive one, and i have that announcer's voice. i hated him when he was doing late nights on wfan in ny. the game itself is just annoying to deal with. if there were other, more serious lacrosse games out there, this would be a good change of pace. but the sad fact is, there arent ANY lacrosse games out there. but im willing to wait for the right now...P>i only give it two stars because its a lacrosse game. i think ea should come out with the ncaa lacrosse game... none of this indoor lacrosse with 60 pounds of protective equipment stuff. and it would be cool if they had a "retro" game mode where you can be different tribes of native americans playing the original game of bacharach.
lacrosse is an intense, awesome, fun game. this video game, however, falls desperately short of what all of us lax fans have been waiting for. but blast lacrosse isnt good at all. rent this game, and hate it as much as i do. buuy this game, and itll quickly gather dust.
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this game is like a 1990 arcade game pretty much. its fun too play with friends and to laugh at, but it [is really bad]. The reason i give it 3 stars is cause its the first lax game, and everyone knew it was gonna [be bad]. so get it for the winter when you cant actually play lax, and just have some fun with it.
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By A Customer on May 7, 2001
Well, all these reviews are just refecting what we hope the game to be since its not even out yet, but most of us have been waiting so long, we will play anything that say lacrosse on it!! I dont think it will be long before an outdoor version of a LAX game comes out but I play indoor and outdoor and I am a fan of both. We should just be happy they finally got a clue and made a lacrosse video game !! And I get to make the Bandits stomp all over the ... excuse for a lacrosse team that plays in Philly!! #16 to #41.. Goal!!
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If you are a PS2/EA Sports player - the graphic quality of the game initially will be disappointing, but don't get discouraged by this. The game actually has a SNES feel to it more than anything, but it's still a lot of fun to play. The more you play it and the better you get at it, the more the subtlties of the game start to resemble real lacrosse (i swear I saw a behind the back move a few times). The two keys to having a ton of fun with this game are to learn how to pass, especially using the lob pass. More imprtantly realize how fast they have tried to make the game play - initially this speed is extremely frustrating because it's hard to make any progress before getting decked by the CPU controlled players, but once your brain sort of gets used to the intense quickness which is required to connect a few moves together - the game starts to get really fun, and a lot more similiar to the real game...and although the commentary can get annoying it's actually pretty funny if you don't take yourself and your video games too seriously...
If you're a pure photo realism die-hard, you'll hate this game. If you like the old gameplay style of early versions of EA hockey games and such, you should have a blast with this game...bottom line, it's fun enough for version 1.0 - future versions and a field game will be the real test...
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