Average Review Score:
All-Star Baseball 2002 Reviews
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|www.gameinformer.com||5.75/10||Mar 01 '02|
|Game Revolution||C-||Dec 23 '01|
|Gamesfirst||3/5||Jan 15 '02|
|GameSpot||6.5/10||Nov 19 '01|
|Gamespy||80%||Jan 27 '02|
|GameZilla||67/100||Dec 24 '01|
|IGN GameCube||6.8/10||Nov 21 '01|
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All-Star Baseball 2002 Previews
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|IGN GameCube||Nov 15 '01|
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"...All-Star Baseball 2002 is just a ho-hum game with some annoying AI and marginal presentation. Despite its plethora of modes, it's simply not very fun. This team must be in its rebuilding phase, since the greatness of past ASB games is nowhere to be found."
"All-Star Baseball reeks of a game that was rushed out to the market."
"The GameCube version of All-Star Baseball 2002 exhibits many of the traits inherent to a port and ultimately fails to impress."
"Although this may not be the baseball game of the year, it still has some redeeming qualities. The control system holds its own and the graphics arenft comparable to other games on the market. Some of the issues with the AI and lack of quality sound definitely hold its potential back."
"The port continues to stress the simulation style of the series, serving up the full MLB license for all real players, stadiums, teams and statistical tracking... ASB 2002 for PS2 was a solid game and the GameCube version is only likely to be improved upon its release this November."