EA's MVP Baseball 2005 Game Review for GC, PC, PS2, Xbox
Get the scoop on EA's MVP Baseball 2005 video game for Gamecube, PC, PS2 and Xbox with our video game review!
MVP Baseball 2005 Video Game 411This game is packed full of stuff. It has all your fave players, from the big-league celebs like Ichiro and Sammy Sosa, all the way to the A-League nobodies. And, the graphics are so good that the players look and move like you're watching them on TV. There's also a Godzilla-sized pile of options so you can adjust the teams, players, and even how hard the game is to play.
MVP Baseball 2005 Foul BallsThe biggest problem with this game is that there's so much to do, first-time players can get swamped by all the game options. Also, you can't go online with the Gamecube version, which is a bummer for Nintendo fans.
Final Score for MVP Baseball 2005It's pretty complicated but, once you get the hang of it, there's so much game packed into this sucker that you'll be able to play it 'til MVP Baseball 2006 drops!
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MVP Baseball 2005 Available For: Gamecube, PC, Playstation 2 and Xbox
MVP Baseball 2005 PC System Requirements:Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Processor: PIII 800 MHz.
RAM: 128 MB RAM.
Hard Drive: 1.4 GB free space.
Video Card: 32MB.
Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card.
CD-ROM: 8X CD-ROM.