MVP Baseball 2005 (PS2)

MVP Baseball 2005 (PS2)
alaScore 89

102 Tests

Mär 2018

alaTest hat 102 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für MVP Baseball 2005 (PS2) zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 4.2/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 3.9/5 für andere Produkte in der Kategorie PS2 Spiele.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 81 user reviews of MVP Baseball 2005 (PS2) from The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) on

89% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Diese Zusammenfassung basiert auf den Produkten: MVP Baseball 2005MVP Baseball 2005

Mär 2018

Expertenbewertung von : Jeff 'Linkphreak' Haynes (

MVP Baseball 2005


Say what you will about the 2004-2005 sports season, but one thing cannot be denied: it was definitely full of competition, dramatic moments and controversy. Curiously, the same could be said for its video game counterpart, with EA's acquisition of the...

Overall though, MVP Baseball 2005 sends EA's baseball franchise out in a blaze of home run glory. With an extremely realistic presentation, augmented control system, and additional attention paid to the overall gameplay, MVP 2005 could be one of those...

Apr 2014

Expertenbewertung von : Ed Shih (

MVP Baseball 2005


EA Sports hits it high, deep, and gone.

Plenty of options and sliders to allow you customize the gameplay to your tastes ; Brings a solid baseball engine to ensure the on-field game is as robust as the off-field game ; Awesome pitching mini-game

Owner Mode can be a bit intimidating to casual baseball fans ; Play by play is repetitive and often inaccurate ; The combination of many gameplay modes and a slim manual means new players may not learn some of the more advanced controls until after...

MVP Baseball 2004 had solid on-field gameplay mechanics, good controls, and solid presentation. MVP Baseball 2005 has taken that core foundation and refined it. while adding even more gameplay elements outside off the field. The result is a game that...

Jun 2005

Expertenbewertung von (

MVP Baseball 2005 - Xbox (XB) Game Reviews - The Armchair Empire


added bonus of competitive, problem-free online gaming through Xbox Live

Apr 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Brandon Whipple (

MVP Baseball 2005 on Xbox


The newest Major League Baseball game from Electronic Arts, MVP Baseball 2005, will likely be the last EA published MLB game for quite some time thanks to the recent rush by various companies to gain exclusive rights to precious sports enterprises. EA...

if you're a fan of sports games. It may be a while before a baseball game as good as this one comes along again

Mär 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Peter Skerritt Jr. (

MVP Baseball 2005

Mär 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Daniel "monk" Pelfrey (

MVP Baseball 2005


EA's MVP Baseball franchise is a force to be reckoned with this year. With major additions to the gameplay, there doesn't seem to be any stopping this game. With new feautures such as a new Owner's Mode and other details, MVP Baseball 2005 is king of...

Deep franchise mode ; Character fielding animations

No single season option ; Soundtrack is lacking with only 9 songs ; Stiff commentary ; One option to swing the bat or bunt

If you plan on playing out the season, or 120 of them, then this is the game to get.

Mär 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Joe_Dodson (

MVP Baseball 2005 Review for the XBOX


Money ball.

Interesting mini-games; Same great gameplay; Awesome animations; Owner's mode

Which should be called Calculator mode; Not pretty; Not much is new

As always, playing with friends is more fun than alone, and online play is fine on both the PS2 and Xbox versions. Lag can certainly ruin a game, but it's easy enough to find another one. Basic tournaments can be set up, which is nice, but pales...

Mär 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Jeff Reimers (

MVP Baseball 2005


In the bottom of the 9th, EA knocks it out of the park.

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, itââ'¬â"¢s all beautifully executed. I canââ'¬â"¢t put it down. For $30, you wonââ'¬â"¢t find a cheaper...

Mär 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Justin Leeper (

MVP Baseball 2005


EA Sports goes down swinging with what may be its last baseball title for a while. Does it retire undefeated?

Xbox Live support (finally); nice, fast pace; impeccable fielding control

Unlockables are solely retro; not enough has changed; is this the end of MVP

Mär 2005

Expertenbewertung von : Carlos Legorreta (

MVP Baseball 2005 on GameCube


Ugly Duckling No More.

The playing modes are the same in all games, but now the MVP series has what few baseball games out there have: an owner's franchise mode. Controlling every aspect of a ball club can be more fun than the actual game, for some people. Franchise modes...

Mär 2005