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MVP 06 NCAA Baseball


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Generally favorable reviews- based on 20 Ratings

  • Summary: This new version of the best-selling and critically acclaimed MVP Baseball franchise celebrates everything that makes NCAA baseball unique – aluminum bats, intense action, and stadiums filled with school spirit and packed with passionate fans. MVP 06 NCAA Baseball debuts new batting andThis new version of the best-selling and critically acclaimed MVP Baseball franchise celebrates everything that makes NCAA baseball unique – aluminum bats, intense action, and stadiums filled with school spirit and packed with passionate fans. MVP 06 NCAA Baseball debuts new batting and throwing systems, the nation’s top universities and conferences, and a deep college-specific Dynasty Mode that takes you on the “Road to Omaha” with baseball’s brightest young stars. Complete with an engaging visual presentation and ESPN’s Mike Patrick and former Stanford All-American Kyle Peterson calling the action, MVP 06 NCAA Baseball features an all-new Custom Ballpark feature and a robust Create a Player option. The game also includes exclusive new online features for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and Xbox Live. [Electronic Arts]… Expand
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  1. Positive: 18 out of 27

  2. Mixed: 8 out of 27

  3. Negative: 1 out of 27

  1. The mini-games are awesome, especially the batting challenge, which lets you get used to EA’s “load and fire” batting system (which, we hear, was licensed from Club Jenna).

  2. A great baseball game. Load and Fire, which will surely be imitated in future baseball titles to come, is the most fun and satisfying hitting system to date. The pitching, baserunning and fielding is all vintage MVP.

  3. A good, deep baseball game with plenty of options to challenge the most extreme college fan.

  4. Its overly plain presentation will probably turn off the casual set, but MVP 06 NCAA Baseball’s top-notch gameplay is exactly what baseball purists are looking for.

  5. The MVP engine truly is the best when it comes to portraying all of the subtle on-field nuances of the game and putting players in complete control over every aspect of play. The switch to college teams and players hasn’t hurt the game’s playability one bit.

  6. EA Canada did a worthwhile job in making this year’s version of MVP stand out, even if it serves up a great deal of redone material. [Feb 2006, p.84]

  7. The only addition is Online Everywhere, which lets you check out the live ESPN ticker while still in the game, and it’s hardly essential. [Apr 2006, p.93]

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Score distribution:

  1. Positive: 5 out of 5

  2. Mixed: 0 out of 5

  3. Negative: 0 out of 5

  1. Outstanding you get full control of almost everything. I like the way you can bat and throw the best it’s great.

  2. I’ve always wondered when they would do this with baseball and they finally have. i love this game.

  3. This game is a ten for sure. It is so realistic dont go rent this game go buy it. You will be glad you did.

  4. Excellent Gameplay Graphics!

  5. If you are a fan or were a fan of the EA Sports MVP series then this is a great game. Excluding the fireworks when you hit a home run and theIf you are a fan or were a fan of the EA Sports MVP series then this is a great game. Excluding the fireworks when you hit a home run and the monstrous homeruns its good. I have no idea why they decided to get rid of the series but since they did that plan b which is considered this is a great game. Personally, I think that creating your own ballpark and university is the best part. CREATIVITY! Overall, I say it is a must buy.… Expand

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