Archives by Day

November 2018

About Rainier

PC gamer, WorthPlaying EIC, globe-trotting couch potato, patriot, '80s headbanger, movie watcher, music lover, foodie and man in black -- squirrel!


'All-Star Baseball 2004' (PS2/NGC/Xbox) - Screens

by Rainier on Feb. 26, 2003 @ 4:47 p.m. PST

With only one week left until the release of All-Star Baseball 2004, Acclaim send us an in-depth scouting report on a few of the 80 new features that Acclaim Studios Austin have been working on in the off-season. Stay tuned - each week we'll provide you with even more stats that illustrate why All-Star Baseball 2004 will once again be voted the #1 baseball video game among consumers. This Week: A more in-depth look at video game baseball's deepest franchise mode and the inclusion of online downloadable rosters for both PS2 and Xbox. Read more for screens and info ...


All-Star Baseball 2004 is equipped with the most comprehensive franchise mode ever seen in a baseball video game. To start, take on a pre-existing major league team or construct your own expansion team, then guide them through up to twenty seasons in an effort to become the most prolific team in MLB history. Players are given the option to be part of any and all managerial decisions that the pros make on a daily basis. Whether it be bringing up players from the minors, making trades, going through arbitration, managing the line-up, shopping players on the trading block, and even helping to turn a benchwarmer into a hall of famer. Of the multitude of features that you can find in franchise mode for All-Star Baseball 2004, these are just a few. So, for all of you who wish you could sit in the front office of your favorite club, now's your chance to see if you've got what it takes. Don't worry though, there aren't millions of angry fans that will want to string you up if you make the wrong one.

If you happen to like the moves that your favorite team is making throughout the season, All-Star Baseball 2004 makes it easy for players to follow suit. For the first time ever, Xbox and PS2 owners will have the ability to go online and download updated rosters. This enables gamers to stay up-to-date with all of the MLB trades, hires and fires.

So there's another example of the realistic experience that All-Star Baseball 2004 delivers.

PlayStation 2


blog comments powered by Disqus