Summary: You can pitch, hit, throw, etc. all without much troubleshooting and the ability to pretend to recruit and re-live or start your "College Glory Days" is very appealing. Definitely not game of the year, but it does serve its purpose and I do recommend the game.
Summary: The MVP baseball series was one of the best that ever was. Though this game wasn't as good as MVP 05 it's still a good quality and fun baseball game. Even though I don't quite understand the NCAA rules when it comes to your roster. It's still enjoyable baseball game. Only one problem comes to mind, and that to me this game is too easy. If on the highest difficulty I can still beat my opponent easily.
Summary: I initially purchased NCAA 06 because I wanted a baseball game for my new PS2, and I had more interest in my school's team than any Major League team. Sadly, MVP 06 seemed a bit sloppy to me, particularly when using the analog joysticks. MVP 07 version seems to be a marked improvement over its predecessor. This game has visual instruction as to how one uses various pitching/batting/fielding buttons, as opposed to simply putting the instruction in the manual.
Summary: I didn't know what to expect from a *college* baseball video-game, but this game turns out to be a lot of fun [especially the career mode; not only do you have to worry about your players getting injured, occasionally you might have a player get suspended for academic reasons]. The only drawback that I saw with this game is that (like ALL college-sports games) the players names are NOT accurate; but that's easy enough to fix manually.