Baseball Mogul 2003 PC


Mixed or average reviews - based on 13 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13
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  1. Any true baseball fan will be amazed at the amount of information and the good times they'll have playing Baseball Mogul.
  2. 89
    But what's perhaps most remarkable of all, Baseball Mogul 2003 is largely the effort of one programmer, a fellow by the name of Clay Dresslough, who will often take the time to answer questions directly on the game's forums.
  3. The game has a wisp of a manual, but the interface is quite intuitive and takes little time to get a handle on.
  4. PC Gamer
    May not offer much more than BM2002 did, but the new online support is vital for those who want to match their managerial skills against other humans. [Sept 2002, p.84]
  5. For a game priced in the budget range, Baseball Mogul 2003 is one of the best bargains in the annals of sports management simulations.
  6. Though Baseball Mogul 2003 features the same formula that made the series a hit in the first place, it suffers from a case of same-old, same-old and from the fact that there are better simulations on the market with much greater depth.
  7. Not as deep as "Out of the Park," but some people might like a more simple game. If you are looking to sim a bunch of seasons a night and not worry about drafts and other little things, then Baseball Mogul is for you.
  8. The game has barely evolved since it was first released in the 90’s.
  9. The online capability is a step in the right direction, but I think the game needs a complete overhaul of its interface and feature list to once again recapture its spot on the top of the hill.
  10. What was once groundbreaking is now mundane, since this new game remains largely unchanged from what was so refreshing five years ago.
  11. Computer Gaming World
    Threre's little direction to help you along as you try to set up and run a league, and the interface is poorly designed at nearly every level. [Oct 2002, p.116]
  12. Veteran players and die-hard baseball fans will probably find it too simplistic and ultimately unsatisfying.
  13. 50
    While the new version features revamped graphics and a few new options, gameplay is nearly identical to what it was five years ago.

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User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 4 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
  3. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. [Anonymous]
    Sep 27, 2002
    Great game. Points to real money is $200,000 per point instead of $100,000 per point when Microsoft Baseball and Baseball Mogul combined for Great game. Points to real money is $200,000 per point instead of $100,000 per point when Microsoft Baseball and Baseball Mogul combined for a year. Anyone who doesn't like this game is someone who is beat all the time because they won't steal the free agents and sell them to the highest bidder. Full Review »
  2. BenP.
    Aug 26, 2002
    This game is really realist and funny!! But the money is in points .....not in money$$$ but this is my favorite simulation game.