Summary: It's truly refreshing to find a Baseball game I can actually enjoy. Most I have played lack realism, or have fiddly controls. EA Sports have done an excellent job making this game fun to play, with a nice and easy learning curve. Here are the Pros: * Controls.
Summary: I really enjoyed playing this game the first time I got it, but...there still are some annoying things in here. I own MVP Baseball 2003 which was a big improvement from the Triple Play Series, but that doesn't really mean that the game was good itself.
Summary: I have had this game since the first week it came out and have played exactly 30 games in MLB plus all the AA and AAA games. Let's say I have about 90 games of experience so I know what I'm talking about in this review.
Summary: I really enjoy this game, it is one of the best console baseball games I have ever played. The gameplay is very solid, and challenging. You won't win everygame on the 2 hardest level and it goes all the way up to 4 levels. I bought mine for Gamecube though, and it has some drawbacks.
Summary: I have played this game for about a week. Here are some of my thoughts for it: The gameplay of MVP 2004 is based on the previous title MVP 2003 with some obvious improvements like big play control, and different types of slides you can choose for your runners.
Summary: I bought WS baseball 2 yrs ago and ASB last year, and I bought MVP this year. MVP is better than both of those. It remains to be seen if it's better than the new WS baseball (now called ESPN baseball). I bought the PS2 version of MVP purely so I could play it online.