5 Greatest Video Game Released In The Year 2003
Check out the best games released in the year 2002. In this series, I compile some of the greatest games released in last 17 years. We have started from 2000 and will end the series in the year 2017. Counting down the best of the best video games released in those years.
So without any further a do let’s head right into best video game released in 2003. A new article will be posted soon covering the best games released in 2004.
STAR WARS: KNIGHT OF THE OLD REPUBLIC
It’s rare that I get so excited over a game, but the interactive storyline, the solid gameplay, and everything else managed to make me a firm believer that the future of Star Wars will be a bright one. – Thunderbolt
No other Star Wars game, including “Star Wars Galaxies,” has done a better job of completely immersing you in the Star Wars universe. It’s impossible to finish the game without somehow feeling like your actions have made a difference – Worth Playing
It’s a testament to the strength of Knights’ original design that it manages to be gripping and engaging while in the midst of distracting technical problems. – GamePro
CALL OF DUTY
A brilliant action game from beginning to end, and is packed with so many amazing moments that it’s my leading candidate for the best PC game of 2003, and there’s a good argument to be made that’s it’s the best WWII shooter ever. – GameSpy
If you’re into war games, but not usually an FPS player, you should definitely give Call of Duty a shot – you’ll be gobsmacked. If you are into FPSs and you liked Allied Assault, you’ll have exactly the same reaction. – Gamer.tv
It’s cliche to say those with heart conditions should stay away, but the game is truly one of those rarities that has you so caught up in the action, you don’t realize that you were holding your breath until the mission ends. – Yahoo!
GRAND THEFT AUTO VICE CITY
Best of all, the numerous bugs and glitches that brought the PS2 version down a notch have been cleaned up and eliminated, for the most part. Enemies no longer shoot you through solid walls, you no longer randomly lose health while running, and cars remain in your garage until you take them out – G4 TV
Many of today’s action games compel gamers to race through them as quickly as possible, rarely stopping to enjoy the scenery, but Vice City is the total opposite. It’s a game you want to soak in; a game you want to take in slowly and enjoy every moment. – GameSpy
The PC version of Vice City is just as much fun as the original, with great frame rates, better graphics, more control options, and all the content that made the PS2 version an instant classic. – AtomicGamer
It’s Zelda’s unrivaled design, balanced and varied, and its polished play mechanics and control that ultimately set the game apart from just about every other competitor on the market. – IGN
Tingle does make the game a touch easier, but at the same time it makes the story aspects of the Wind Waker a great deal more communal, leading to fewer arguments over whose turn it is. It’s also the first game we’ve seen to really justify the cost of the link cable – GameSpot AU
An entertaining, albeit unoriginal Zelda title that fails to be revolutionary yet still has the classic gameplay elements that make the series so great. – Console Gameworld
MAX PAYNE 2
The action, graphics, and gameplay are all tight and very satisfying. However, the somewhat hazy story and confusing relationships make some parts of the game less than stellar. An extremely short completion time might also turn off some gamers. – PC Gameworld
As shooters go, you really can’t do wrong by letting this gem take up some hard drive space on your PC. – My Gamer
While the game is a tad short and there isn’t a multiplayer option, Max Payne 2 is an excellent choice for mature gamers for its nonstop action, high-production values and incredibly realistic graphics. – Cincinnati Enquirer
It gives exactly what it promises: an engaging story with stylish, polished visuals wrapped tightly around fluid and virtually bug-free gameplay. – Adrenaline Vault