FIFA Football 2003 (PS2) Reviews
Product Type: Sony PS2 games
Newest Review: ... it stand out in the crowd of over football games such as pro evalution soccer. Its gameplay is not as good as its graphics ... more
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FIFA Football 2003 (PS2)
Platform: PlayStation2Manufacturer: Electronic ArtsGenre: sports ...
Last Update 12.12.2013 14:23
Customer FIFA Football 2003 (PS2) Reviews (12)
by - written on 28/05/03, updated on 28/05/03
Erm not quite there yet, but instead for the meantime we have FIFA 2003. Fifa has always been a triumph of style over substance - you'd get the ability to play as 6 billion different teams, all with the authentic kits and player names, but the gameplay was just holding the sprint button and occasionally shooting. Just when you thought EA might be going in the right direction with last year's Fifa 2002 with a completely new engine, Konami released the fabulous Pro Evolution Soccer which blew it out of the water. They've carried on striding forward, and this latest offering is even better than before...but is it better than the rest? The answer is, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/03, updated on 24/10/03 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Fifa 2004 is probably out by the time you read this, so I guess this is a just a relieved little send off for me, and a note for those who were thinking of getting it when it goes on sale. Well, if you were going to buy it, DONT. If you dont mind seeing older squads, try finding a copy of 2002, or even 2001. There is one vey important reason for this. In the previous incarnations, they player you were controlling was highlited by a circle around his feet. An arrow would then point in the direction he would pass to if you pressed the pass button at that point. If it was green, it would be a good pass, yellow meant maybe, and red meant it would be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/03, updated on 09/03/03 (Very useful, 651 readings)
Living with three brother, as I do, means that often we share things. Christmas '02 was no exception. Now that we are all quite grown up (18, 16, 15, 9) the need for small toys and the like has diminished. Now we had bigger fish to fry. Although we had a computer, a games console was the next step. It was thus that we bought a Nintendo Gamecube, and with it, Fifa 2003. It came with high expectations, having seen Giggsy, Carlos and Davids strutting their stuff on the adverts. There are various aspects of the game that I will analyse: 1) Graphics. These are fantastic. Having not played on a 'Cube before, I was very impressed, and the intro video and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/03, updated on 24/08/03
After the diabolical 2002 Fifa World Cup, with its Day-Glo pitches and stuttering player animations, you might have felt the days were numbered for EA's popular football game. But instead of churning out another update, the Day-Glo pitches have been ripped up and the games been hacked, slashed, prodded and reworked in EA labs to produce a serious contender to ISS2! Stuttering its bravdo by kicking off with Gigsy and Davids showing off their skills, the game then enters a wealth of menus. Here you can choose everything from stadium complete wiith recorded charts like "you'll never walk alone", intenational and club sides, and usual gubbins like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/03, updated on 19/03/03 (Useful, 136 readings)
I don't believe in a perfect game but FIFA 2003 certainly comes close. When playing the game for the first time I noticed that the reaction of the controls is the best it has ever been. My players were actually turning when I told then to. The atmosphere for all games is fantastic. Never before was I taken aback by the reaction of scoring a last minute winner at my home ground. The songs they sing during the game are also very clear and specific to the home team. The FIFA series is famous for its superb graphics and this year is no exception. I could easily recognise the high profile players from their distinct appearance which has been replicated in the ... Read the complete review
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