MVP Baseball 2003 Crack/Patch

MVP Baseball 2003 New Pitcher/Batter Interface: Players must be strategic with their pitches. Throw a nasty curve to a batter's "cold zone" or risk a possible home run by throwing some heat to their "hot zone." Each pitcher will have more effective pitches depending on how accurate those pitches are in real life. Batting: Quality of the hit will depend on each batter's real life "hot and cold zones," hitter ratings, swing timing and swing type. New AI and Gameplay System: Real-time scouting reports provide accurate player ratings and attributes. CPU opponents react like their real-life counterparts, incorporating strategy and decision-making based on outs, score, inning, pitch count, etc. First Ever Picture-in-Picture Baserunning. Robust Franchise Mode includes rookie drafts, player development, career-ending injuries, contracts and hirings/firings. All-New Throw Meter. Major League Baseball Player Council: Expert advice and design input from leading MLB players Torii Hunter, Trot Nixon, Todd Pratt, Eric Chavez and Tim Hudson. [EA Sports]

Download MVP Baseball 2003 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
8.1
Downloads 732
Genre Sports, Traditional, Team, Baseball, Sim
Players 1-2
Company / Developer
EA Sports / EA Sports

MVP Baseball 2003 reviews ( 3 )

AaronB., Aug 10, 2003

I believe this is one of the best games i have ever played on XBOX. The graphics were so realistic and i enjoyed simulating up to the year 2019 on franchise mode. I think EA Sports has created the best baseball game ever.

Paul, Jul 25, 2003

Only thing missing is a fantasy draft, and the option of controlling your fielders to dive or jump......but the fantasy draft is the biggest issue...once these things are met, then no one can dog this game.

MarkK., May 29, 2003

This game has excellent graphics, especilly the stadiums. They are well done. Also, the individual detail to player features is pretty good. The game would be a ten, however there are some corrections that need to be made. It is almost impossible to steal, and real easy to throw out computer controlled runners. Also, there are no wild pitches or passed balls. The computer baserunning can be a problem. In one game, a runner going home with two outs, went back to third and was thrown out and he was 3/4 of the way to home. The computer contolled manager makes some strange decisions. Pedro Martinez was pitching a 2 hit shutout, and the manager replaced him in the seventh. That would not happen in a real game. EA should also consider adding weather factors, such as wet fields and wind. This would make the game even more realistic. Overall the game is enjoyable and I think baseball fans will like it.