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Overview

After 2K acquired the exclusive rights to publish 3rd party MLB games, EA decided to keep its MVP namesake, but create a College Baseball version of their game. MVP 06 NCAA Baseball was the first College Baseball game ever created, and was well received among critics and fans of the series. This was also the last MVP Baseball game to be developed for the Xbox (however, MVP 06 was made backwards compatible with the Xbox 360).

Gameplay Improvements

MVP06 added new right analog hitting and fielding mechanics. At the plate, players would pull back on the right stick to go into the batting action, then push the stick forward to perform the swing motion. In the field, players would use the right analog stick to throw to the various bases.

Soundtrack

MVP06's soundtrack consisted soley of artists from Chicago based independent label Victory Records.

Action Action - "Paper Cliche"
Bayside - "Devotion and Desire"
Hawthorne Heights - "This is Who We Are"
The Forecast - "These Lights"
Silverstein - "Smile in your Sleep"
The Audition - "Approach the Bench"
The Black Maria - "Organs"
The Junior Varsity - "Get Comfortable"
Waterdown - "Repeater" 
 

NCAA Stadiums

Rosenblatt Stadium
Kindall Field
Packard Stadium
Baum Stadium
Baylor Ballpark
Goodwin Field
Doug Kingsmore Stadium
Dick Howser Stadium
Russ Chandler Stadium
Alex Box Stadium
Mark Light Field
Swayze Field
Dudy Noble Field
Hawks Field
Frank Eck Stadium
Reckling Park
Sunken Diamond
Dedeaux Field
The Ballpark at St. Johns
Lindsey Nelson Stadium
Disch-Falk Field    

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