10:02 AM - March 5, 2005 by Steve_OS
Game Freaks 365 has posted their review of MVP Baseball 2005, giving it an 8.9 out of 10.
"MVP Baseball is deeper than any RPG would dream to be. Franchise mode gives you 120 years worth of games to play. With games from your favorite MLB team and minor league teams, that is a lot to play in Franchise. Owner’s mode just extends this to another 30 years. New mini-games help you improve the skills of your players through your seasons. If that isn’t enough, PS2 and Xbox supply online play with roster downloads. Add homerun showdown for a game to play with friends and you are in baseball heaven. Still, there is one thing perplexing me about MVP. Why doesn’t the catcher or umpire throw the pitcher the ball back? Either way, MVP is $30 well spent. You may be playing it until the MLB exclusive license runs out."