Excerpt: It’s odd. Spring is here, and so are blue skies and warmer temperatures. Certainly not the makings for Hell freezing over. But that’s what I thought would happen last year when the Boston Red Sox finally won the World Series.
Summary: Level the playing field with the Hitter's Eye in MVP Baseball 2005. With unprecedented control of your at-bat, the ability to move in the batter's box and the power to read the pitch, master the art of hitting and own the plate with an unprecedented offensive toolbox.
Excerpt: For those who might have missed out on playing past versions of MVP Baseball, one of the biggest things that the series introduced to the genre (and can now be seen in other games like 989's MLB 2006 and Take Two's MLB 2K5) was the pitching meter.
Conclusion: EA fixed most everything wrong with MVP 2004 while enhancing the all around touch and feel of the game. The sights, the sounds, the atmosphere, itâ€™s all beautifully executed. I canâ€™t put it down. For $30, you wonâ€™t find a cheaper way to spend your s