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    Re: MVP Baseball 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by RedsFan75
    I think Take 2 is the company that brought us ESPN NFL 2k5, ESPN NBA, ESPN College Hoops, ESPN NHL....
    The ESPN games were developed by Sega Sports.

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    Re: MVP Baseball 2005

    That's news to the folks at Take 2:

    http://www.take2games.com/index.php?...s&genre=Sports

    It looks like they developed the NFL 2K5 and NHL 2K5 games, not to mention the legendary 'Action Bass' and 'Big Bass Fishing' games. However, it does look like 2006 will be their first entry into the baseball genre. Given the previous success of their 'outlaw' sports series, I suspect Anna Benson and Morganna the Kissing Bandit will play a large part in their baseball entry.

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    Re: MVP Baseball 2005

    If their games include base coaches, fans, and back-up catchers' hats, road games to chicago should be mighty exciting.

    Makes all the routine posts.

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    Re: MVP Baseball 2005

    Sega was the original producers of the NHL, NBA, NFL and MLB games that ESPN started. They used Visual Concepts as the developers. VC was purchased by Take 2 and Take 2 began producint all the ESPN titles for Sega. Sega is still the producer's but Take 2 handles the development side.

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    Re: MVP Baseball 2005

    Does anyone know what stats to use to create some classic Reds players for MVP 2005?
    My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!

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    Re: MVP Baseball 2005

    Check out www.fanfaregames.com They have several CAP's there. . featuring the 76 Reds of
    Bench, Johnny
    Perez, Tony
    Rose, Pete
    Concepcion, Dave
    Geronimo, Cesar
    Griffey Sr, Ken
    Foster, George
    Driessen, Dan
    Flynn, Doug
    Nolan, Gary
    Billingham, Jack
    Zachry, Pat
    Norman, Fred
    Alcala, Santo
    Gullett, Dan
    Eastwick, Rawly
    Borbon, Pedro
    Sarmiento, Manny


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