Review: 'Triple Play Baseball' hits line drive
(IDG) -- The skimpy field of competition on the PlayStation -- and all the hype surrounding the PlayStation 2 -- probably explains why this year's "Triple Play" is virtually identical to last year's game.
Of course the rosters are updated and the new stadiums are ready for action, but any other differences are minor -- and cosmetic -- at best.
If you've already played "Triple Play 2001" to death, that means there's no reason to upgrade unless you're a consummate fan. But if you haven't gotten a new PS baseball game in a while, this is the real deal, delivering the fast-paced, action-filled baseball that is "Triple Play"'s trademark.
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