Excerpt: Picking a Sports
title that you will enjoy is a tough one. The genre is plagued with
garbage, and you never really know if you’ll like it unless you play
it. One usually becomes a fan of a series of sports games and doesn’t
stray from buying those every year.
Excerpt: Do not buy this game if you respect yourself and the game of baseball. Assuming you have played MVP Baseball 2004 for consoles and PC, the PSP version of MVP is an exact port of MVP 2004 with the first patch that came out for the PC and PS2 console.
Excerpt: I picked up a copy of EAs latest major league baseball game (named MVP Baseball) for my PlayStation Portable. Ive always enjoyed EA sports games over the years because they would always go into great detail toward the players, stadiums, situations and additional game features.
Excerpt: A few month's after Sony's baseball offering, MLB , EA is entering the pennant chase with it's own baseball game, MVP Baseball . Like it's competitor, MVP is a tweaked down version of the PS2 version of the same game.
Excerpt: , released just a few months ago. This year's console innovations like the "Batter's Eye", yellow zones on the pitch meter, addictive minigames, and arguing calls are all absent. If you're expecting a straight port of
Excerpt: Genre: Sports Publisher: Electronic Arts Developer: EA Sports Release Date: May 17, 2005 Heading out to the ballpark on a hot summer day is one of my favorite things to do. I enjoy baseball – the game, the experience, the players, and the rivalries.
Conclusion: Graphically this game is not all that spectacular either, and that is mainly due to the poor looking character models that I thought were some of the worst I had seen on the PSP. I was honestly extremely disappointed with how the game was presented; it looked as though it had been rushed all over...