Summary: There have been many changes from EA Sports. The group switched its Triple Play series into an MVP Baseball series (which I found out in a cold night at Gamestop in 2002). Instead of pushing a button just to pitch, you have to time your release.
The feature, control, and gameplay aren't complete.
Jiamin He "bowo", Amazon
18 October 2004
Summary: The gameplay is improved. But the realistic aspect of the game such as pitchers warm up, mount visits, automatic bases running lost in the game. The commentary is so boring and unreal. Those two men don't follow what happen in the game.
Summary: MVP Baseball 2003 is a fun game. What I like most about the game is that when you pitch, you can control of how accurate your pitch is going to be. When you select a pitch, there is an accuracy meter. There is a green section and blue esction of the accuracy meter.
Summary: I didn't think this game would be any good at all after playing the old triple play from ea sports, but I was wrong. It is great. It has a good sound track (like all the other ea games), good grahpics, and controls you can get used to. The total pitch control and Full swing control are nice.
Summary: This game is unlike any other game on the market right now. The gameplay feels very different from EVERY baseball game on the market right now. I could downrank the things they did wrong, but lets face it, they made this game in 1 year, did everything different from their previous game, so there is...
Summary: This game had alot of flaws(the less than perfect fielding, and the lack of a fantasy draft), but it's by far the best baseball game out there. The pitching interface and control is completely original and is the best I have come upon in any baseball game.
Summary: I believe this is one of the best games i have ever played on XBOX. The graphics were so realistic and i enjoyed simulating up to the year 2019 on franchise mode. I think EA Sports has created the best baseball game ever.
Summary: While good at first glance you soon realize that this game leaves a lot to be desired. No online updates for PS2 (don't know about other systems). Baseball rosters change more than any other sport. You NEED updates. Where are Dontrell Willis? Brian Banks? Erick Almonte? The gameplay is okay.