ESPN MLB 2K5 - System Settings Save

Eric

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I just picked up "ESPN MLB 2k5". Enjoyable and well worth the small
pricetag of $20.

One little annoyance I'm seeing is that the system settings don't seem to
automatically load when the game is booted. I have to go into the load/save
menu to load the settings each time the game is first booted.

Am I missing something here? Perhaps the settings file needs to be given a
certain name or something (i.e., "default")? I currently have it named as
"Settings". My default active profile autoloads with no problem.

BTW: The only ESPN 2k5 series game that I don't currently have now is "ESPN
College Hoops 2K5". I play "ESPN NBA 2k5" semi-occassionally and enjoy it,
but was thinking about picking up "College Hoops" as I find college
basketball to be far more enjoyable than NBA. Is it worth having both, for
anything other than just different hardwoods and player jerseys? Thanks..

Cheers,
-Eric
 

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"Eric" <ericmau001a@hotmail.remove.com> wrote in message
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>I just picked up "ESPN MLB 2k5". Enjoyable and well worth the small
> pricetag of $20.
>
> One little annoyance I'm seeing is that the system settings don't seem to
> automatically load when the game is booted. I have to go into the
> load/save
> menu to load the settings each time the game is first booted.
>
> Am I missing something here? Perhaps the settings file needs to be given
> a
> certain name or something (i.e., "default")? I currently have it named as
> "Settings". My default active profile autoloads with no problem.
>
> BTW: The only ESPN 2k5 series game that I don't currently have now is
> "ESPN
> College Hoops 2K5". I play "ESPN NBA 2k5" semi-occassionally and enjoy
> it,
> but was thinking about picking up "College Hoops" as I find college
> basketball to be far more enjoyable than NBA. Is it worth having both,
> for
> anything other than just different hardwoods and player jerseys? Thanks..
>
>

I personally really like ESPN College Hoops 2K5. I don't have an NBA game,
but I've always enjoyed college hoops more than NBA hoops. For $20? I'd say
go for it.
 
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I say get CH 2K5, this would complete your collection of bug filled games
from SayGa\VC\Kush.

Eric <ericmau001a@hotmail.remove.com> wrote in message
news:fx_%d.6757$rL3.4539@fe2.columbus.rr.com...
> I just picked up "ESPN MLB 2k5". Enjoyable and well worth the small
> pricetag of $20.
>
> One little annoyance I'm seeing is that the system settings don't seem to
> automatically load when the game is booted. I have to go into the
load/save
> menu to load the settings each time the game is first booted.
>
> Am I missing something here? Perhaps the settings file needs to be given
a
> certain name or something (i.e., "default")? I currently have it named as
> "Settings". My default active profile autoloads with no problem.
>
> BTW: The only ESPN 2k5 series game that I don't currently have now is
"ESPN
> College Hoops 2K5". I play "ESPN NBA 2k5" semi-occassionally and enjoy
it,
> but was thinking about picking up "College Hoops" as I find college
> basketball to be far more enjoyable than NBA. Is it worth having both,
for
> anything other than just different hardwoods and player jerseys? Thanks..
>
> Cheers,
> -Eric
>
>
>
>
>
 

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Eric

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"WJM" <wjmuldowney@NOearthlinkSPAM.net>

> I personally really like ESPN College Hoops 2K5. I don't have an NBA game,
> but I've always enjoyed college hoops more than NBA hoops. For $20? I'd
say
> go for it.

Sounds good. Thanks!

Cheers,
-Eric