Summary: Baseball fans, you no longer need to cringe everytime you hear EA Sports and our favorite pasttime in the same sentence. Gone are the days of the lowly (once decent) Triple Play series. Last years offering, MVP 2003, ushered in a new era in baseball games; this game takes it to another, never before seen, level. Simply put, this game is amazing. First off hitting is easy.
Summary: This game is, as I stated above, MONEY. Pitching and hitting are tough on anything above Pro, and the fielding will take a little getting used to, but overall, this game, once learned, is fantastic. Team Chemistry and happiness in dynasty mode make managing more realistic and, as a consequence, maybe a little tougher, but I like it. Yes, Barry Bonds is not in the game, just as LaVar Arrington is not in football games (though he will be now).
Summary: First off, I'll say that, with the exception of Madden, I've hated everything that EA's released since 99 or 2000. Last season when I heard that they overhauled Triple Play Baseball and re-named it to MVP, I figured "different name, same arcadey baseball" and didnt even give it a try. I'm usually a fan of Acclaim's All-Star Baseball series, but this season I decided to give MVP a go mainly because of the minor league feature.
Summary: This game is one of the best baseball games that I have ever played. And I've played since triple play 95 for the computer. For starters, there are great gameplay additions that make the game seem like a real ballpark experience. Some of them include, broken bats where they show replays to see which part of the bat broke, grass and dirt stains depending on where you choose to slide i.e legs, chest, crowd chants for certain players ex: Carlos Beltran- "Over-rated" and the...
Summary: if you are looking to purchase any game...this is the game to get. I LOVE eveything about this game...from the pure swing systen to the VERY realistic dystany mode with player happiness and budgets...to the unlockables that can be unlocked like old stadiums and old school players. i agree with everyone...i bought this game a while back and im still playing it whenever i can. with baseball games, they may get boring after a while. MVP...not the case.
Summary: If you want a innovative baseball expierence, then you must get MVP Baseball 2004. Ever since EA Sports changed Triple Play to MVP Baseball in 2003, it has been one of the top sellers in the baseball category. First off, MVP Baseball's hitting feature is 5 stars. It's like the right thumbstick is a bat. If you point the stick up, you will hit either a pop fly or if you have someone like Vladimir Guerrero, you will hit a homerun.
Conclusion: When I heard about XIII I couldn't wait! The mix of comic book style graphics and cel-shaded first person shooter, this game was gonna be great I could tell! When you through in a few famous people to do the voice overs not just for some short little experiences from minor characters but to add them to a main character works great knowing who is talking is easy that way.