10:11 AM - February 27, 2007 by Steve_OS
We have just posted our review of MVP 07 NCAA Baseball. Find out what Chris Sullivan had to say about it.
"Let me be honest, when I first heard that one of my most anticipated games of 2007, MVP 07 NCAA Baseball, was only going to be available for the Playstation 2, it was a major letdown. There are several words I could use to describe my emotions at that point, unfortunately, we like to keep things as PG as possible around here, so I’ll leave it at that. After taking several days to cool off, and realizing that my love for baseball would eventually win out, I decided to give EA Sports a chance. I’ve been doing it for years with another one of their sports titles, why stop now? I mean, MVP 05 Major League Baseball is arguably the greatest console baseball game ever, and the engine that made that game so great is still intact today, why should I pass on this game? So, here I am with all of these questions, and with only one way to answer to them.
Graphically, if you can set your next-gen experiences aside for a few brief minutes, EA’s MVP 07 NCAA Baseball holds its own against any other sports title for the Playstation 2. Considering how MVP 05 Major League Baseball looked, which was the pinnacle of the MVP series, there have been significant strides in making this one of the better looking games available for the Playstation 2. The player models and stadiums look exceptional, and fluid animations help represent a realistic interpretation of the game of baseball. The game also includes ESPN broadcast integration, which features updates from ESPN Radio, as well as news and ticker feeds. Also, MVP 07 NCAA Baseball is backwards-compatible on the Playstation 3."