Arrival of FIFA 2002 last year was a biggest change to the FIFA series by generally slowing down the game play and making it quite difficult to control complex plays, such as the cross field pass to a running man near a goal. Until the release and arrival of FIFA 2003 Football Soccer game, FIFA 2002 game was very much similar to the actual sport of professional soccer but FIFA 2003 not only surpasses FIFA 2002 in terms of sheer soccer authenticity, but also in terms of game play mechanics, settings and controls.
With the passing time EA sports comes up with the more professional and real feel. Comparing year by year the series of FIFA, 2003 seems to be the best inclusion till date. The gameplay modes in FIFA 2003 are totally different from the previous versions of FIFA games. Under the club championship option now you can a club championship friendly match or you can play club championship seasons in which the best club teams vie for the championship trophy. The other important aspect of game play in FIFA 2003 is teamwork, without it, your rivalry will always end up with the ball and within close proximity of your goal. You must be aware of your strategies and plans for your opponent to get accomplishing in scoring a goal.
How to Play:
FIFA the production of EA sports isn’t juggling much with the controls and settings of the game. It has made it users stick to same controls and playing options. Keeping an acquaintance of controls and settings player always enjoy the game.
Developer / Publisher : EA Canada and Electronic Arts
Released : 2002
Genre : Sports Soccer/Football
Series : FIFA
Platform : PC, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, Xbox.
FIFA Football 2003 System Requirements:
Processor 3 750MHz
HDD Space 500 Mb free
32 Mb Card Graphics
Direct X Compatible Sound
Direct X: 8.1