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MVP Baseball 2003 (PS2)

MVP Baseball 2003 (PS2)
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93 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for MVP Baseball 2003 (PS2)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 70 user reviews of MVP Baseball 2003 (PS2) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) on Amazon.com.

93% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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MVP Baseball 2003

 

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MVP Baseball 2003 (Xbox)

 

EA Sports didn't release a baseball game in 2002. Instead, the company opted to shelve its popular Triple Play Baseball series and go back to the drawing board to design a more authentic baseball simulation. The end result is MVP Baseball 2003, a game...

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MVP Baseball 2004

 

When EA decided to do an overhaul of their Triple Play series, the main question raised by fans was whether or not the changes would appear to be merely cosmetic. While many people were pleased with the emphasis that MVP Baseball 2003 placed on...

Overall, MVP Baseball 2004 is one of those titles that rectifies a ton of its predecessor's problems while providing a solid foundation for next year. The inclusion of both the Big Play Control and Pure Swing systems provide a natural addition to...

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The Armchair Empire - Xbox Reviews: MVP Baseball 2003

 

EA Sports Triple Play franchise ruled the last few years of the 32-bit generation

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MVP Baseball 2003 Review for the XBOX

 

Pitcher Perfect.

BEST PITCHING EVER; Clean, crisp gameplay; Decent graphics; Trimmed a lot of fat

Some people love the fat; And those people will prefer

Franchise in MVP Baseball 2003 is less intricate than the one in Sega's excellent World Series Baseball 2K3. It lacks a couple common options, such as drafting generated players and free agents, and in turn will likely disappoint management fans....

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MVP Baseball 2003- PS2

 

The most recent stop on my tour through this year's console baseball world was at EA Sports' MVP Baseball 2003. Rather than dreading it like I did with each incarnation of Triple Play, I was intrigued by the overhaul EA claimed to have done on the...

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MVP Baseball

 

EA takes a bat to the Triple Play franchise, De Nirostyle.

MVP has a rather robust franchise mode in its first offering. But, something that left me scratching my head was the lack of a player draft at the beginning of a new franchise. However, EA has implemented some really innovated ideas in MVP's franchise...

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MVP Baseball 2003

 

Out with the old, in with the new.

Excellent player animations; solid pitching controls; intelligent commentary

No batting cursor; no online options; franchise mode could have more options

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MVP Baseball 2003

 

It's a whole new ballgame for EA Sports. Rather than try to revamp their (in)famous Triple Play series, they have opted to take their baseball franchise back to the practice field and start from scratch. MVP Baseball 2003 is the product of that...

While I'm disappointed in some aspects, I'm not out to make this game a bad one. I really saw a lot of progress in MVP vs. Triple Play; however, it looks like even the studs at EA are entitled to make some rookie mistakes. While the stronger features...

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MVP Baseball 2003

 

Baseball is one sport that Electronic Arts has not shown the same level of mastery in reproducing in the gaming medium that they’ve shown with football and hockey in recent years. In fact, dating back to the Sega Genesis platform, EA has tried several...

Product Specifications

MVP Baseball 2003 revolutionizes the duel between the pitcher and batter and delivers the most authentic baseball game available. Instead of just choosing pitch location and type, you feel like you're controlling the actual pitch with wind-up, power, and release point. Batting offers more control, giving you the chance to react to the pitch and hit 'em where they ain't. Player models, movements, and reactions are ultra-realistic and believable. Get deep into the action with the most fun and interactive franchise mode found in a baseball video game. Run the bases like a pro with on-base view and runner control. Get the perfect angle to judge whether you can stretch that single into a double, or steal home while another player is caught in a run-down. The all-new gameplay takes full advantage of next-gen capabilities to deliver an amazing baseball experience. An intuitive strike zone incorporates a batter's true strengths and weaknesses. Expert input and advice come from leading MLB players who are huge gamers, including Torii Hunter, Trot Nixon, Todd Pratt, Eric Chavez, and Tim Hudson.

Game

Context:Realistic
Elements:Sports - baseball simulation
Online Play: Yes

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Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Electronic Arts
Model:2003
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:MVP Baseball

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Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation 2
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - sports
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