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6.7 out of 10

MVP Baseball 2005

Level the playing field with the new Hitter’s Eye feature in EA Read more

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Overall 9
Gameplay 9
Graphics 8
Sound 7
Lifespan 9

MVP Baseball 2005 Review

IGN Entertainment
11 March 2010
  • Conclusion: Just as in many follow-ups to hit EA games, MVP 2005 doesn’t step too far out of the box when poking at the competition, and frankly, it doesn’t have to. MVP Baseball 2005 still has a gameplay engine that rivals anything out there and gives the best overall experience of actually playing in a big league game.
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MVP Baseball 2005

The Armchair Empire
27 April 2005
  • Conclusion: Dubbed “Hitter's Eye”, the new batting interface and controls allows for more precise situational hitting. In playing a full season, I rarely had trouble executing the correct batting maneuver in a given situation (not that I was always successful). It is great knowing that you are going to be able to advance a runner with a fly ball or correctly placed grounder when needed.
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Game Over Online
4 April 2005
  • Excerpt: Like previous sports games, MVP 2005 features a number of improvements to this year’s installment to make the game more realistic than older baseball games. Perhaps the biggest change made to this year’s title is the inclusion of what’s called the “Hitter’s Eye.” It’s well known that professional players have split seconds to react to an incoming pitch and swing accordingly.
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Overall 9
Features 10
Gameplay 10
Graphics 9
Sound 8
Lifespan 10

MVP Baseball 2005

Gaming Target
25 March 2005
  • Summary: Hey Costner, I've got your ?Field of Dreams? right here? well? pretty close to it.
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Overall 8

MVP Baseball 2005

Operation Sports
4 March 2005
  • Excerpt: In my college and single days, I ate way more than my share of fast food. McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, you name it; if they had a drive-thru, chances are I’d been there. Now if you ask me my opinion about McDonald’s based solely on my experience at "Mickey D’s", you would get one answer. If you asked instead about how McDonald’s compares to the other rapid dining establishments, the answer would be completely different.
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