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All-Star Baseball 2005

Platform : PlayStation2
3.8 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
Metascore: 72 / 100
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  • Analog batting control lets you hit for average and power more easily
  • Incredible franchise mode that includes Spring Training, Expansions, random season schedules -- you can even create a single player or an entirely new team
  • Over 80 stadiums done with detailed realism - MLB parks, stadiums, Spring Training and fantasy parks
  • Use the new FielderCam & BroadcastCam, to view the action from every angle
  • Exclusive TWIB(This Week In Baseball) Challenge lets you relive or change historic moments from the 2003 MLB season
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An exclusive new FielderCam and BroadcastCam provide even more realistic game action. Packed with exclusive feature innovations, including online head-to-head play and franchise mode with Spring Training, Expansion Mode, Create-A-Team and random season schedules.

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ASIN B000160MDI
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3.8 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #32,285 in videogames
#685 in Video Games > More Systems > PlayStation 2 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.7 inches
Media: Video Game

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By A Customer on June 30, 2004
In my opinion this is one of the best baseball games out there. The graphics are great and the special features like TWIB challanges and home-run derbys are nice. But the game quality is bad. Sometimes the frames will move really slow and cause you to mess up a play. And the thing that bothers me the most is that the game freezes a lot, even though the disk is almost brand new and has no scratches.(It only freezes when its loading back to the main menu after you have won or lost the game, hopefully won.)So if you're planning to get this game you better have a lot of patience.
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All Star Baseball 2005 is a decent game. It's not as good as MVP Baseball 2004 and here's why. When I played the game, I noticed the graphics were pretty amazing. The parks and players looked very accurate and were pretty clear. However, for most gamers, graphics isn't everything. I found the game to be very choppy (slow frame rate) when I played; a few times the game stopped for a split second during either a pitch or while in the field, causing me to miss the ball when hitting and I didn't catch the ball so it got very frustrating. The controls are okay, not the best, and the gameplay modes are actually pretty good. There's a homerun derby which is pretty fun, a TWIB section to win some more fun things, a good franchise mode, and more fun options. Also, I liked the camera mode that you can chose when pitching (it's from behind the pitcher just like on TV). Overall, MVP Baseball is probably the better choice because the fps is higher, the graphics are a little better, the Barry Bonds replacement (Bonds isn't in any baseball games because he didn't sign the agreement) is more accurate to Bonds then a white player who's not A+ in contact, and the modes are about the same. This game is definitely worth renting though.
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ASB/05 in my book is the best game ever. Have played it for hours it's just hard to put down once started. I'm in a EXPANISON/FRANCHISE season. I Made an EXPANSION team " North Dakota Fury" (even though I'm from Texas) Right now my record is 16 - 13 and I find that being real, the CPU is treating it like an EXPANISON team as it is I mean lets face it a team that is just made couldn't and shouldn't go from the worse to the best in the first season. To me that is just reality from being the real thing.

2 things do find error in this game but nothing to major (1) it does seem to freeze more then maybe other baseball games do. Out of the many hours days and months I have played this game it's froze 3 maybe 4 times (Not to majar.) In a game with TB just had got it tied 7 to 7 in the 7th and it froze ( was not a happy guy BUT I lived ) (2) Wish it had the speed of the pitch when the ball is hit, have seen no baseball game with this on it but then again this is just a little thing sure we all will live without the speed of the pitch that is hit... All in all I do give this game a 5 star it's fun, it's real and it's only 15 bucks I mean go for it you WON'T be sorry at all to give 15 bucks for this GREAT game...
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Another solid game until you find the weakness with the game engine, if your drag bunt with any runner with speed 80 pts or higher you will reach safely 80+% of the time. Chone Figgins was hitting over .800 50 games into the season for my expansion team as a all bunting lead off man, and you can do it with runners on, bases loaded, and you can even steal home at a 50% clip too. You can ignore this if you decide never to bunt or try to steal home but once you know this its hard to enjoy the game.
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I love the play and graphics of this fun game. Until I get myself recruited into the majors I'll have to settle for the next best thing. This game is so fun. I can't wait to get home and play it when I'm at work. My wife is not happy though as it keeps me from doing the chores. I rather be in the game.
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By A Customer on April 19, 2004
This years installment has made a lot of the necessary improvements to prior years. The new camera angles are confusing if you're used to the classic ones but you can default back to the old views if you want. Barry Bonds and a couple of other players aren't in the game due to contractual agreements. Since Barry didn't renew his membership with the Players Association, no baseball video game can include his name without having to pay him a lot of money. I really like the fact that you can download updates to your rosters to make it more realistic. However, if you are playing in Franchise mode I'm not sure what happens once you update your roster. Does it automatically update your Franchise roster? and if so, do you lose your created players? Good game, not great, but best on the market.
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By Ryan on May 31, 2004
I just played ASB 2005 for 3 days, and i'm already hooked! I borrowed it from a friend and 3 days later i wanted to own it. The franchise mode is awesome. The hitting starts off kind of hard because you hit a lot of weak pop ups, but once you get to play it you get more and more hits. The pitching is awesome but you throw some wild pitches that really should be strikes. The Create-A-Player is awesome. You have so many options, and you can make your guy as good as you want (from A+ to D-). This is by far the best baseball game i have ever played.
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