Summary: The one we got was defective, wouldn't work in two different DS's. Return and refund were handled quickly but I did have a very disappointed 9 year old who bought it with his own money to play on a long plane ride.
Summary: This is much better than 2K7 (which is the last normal 2K baseball game for DS). This game is perfect for people who wants a decent baseball game for the DS. Of course, there are many bugs and this is nothing compared to the Xbox 360 or PS3 versions, but it is still pretty fun. It gets boring and repetitive after a while though.
Summary: Although I'm new to the Nintendo DSI I really enjoy playing the MLB 2K10 baseball game, I've always beena fan of baseball and since I can't phyically play, I find the game just as challenging. Its like the real thing, you can even play a full season of baseball in realtime mode.
Summary: The game is fun overall to play. But there are many many problems. To start the fielding your just circles with numbers in them running around the field. Also the batters don't even wear batting helmets. And lastly all the players are messed up. I tried a season with the Yankees, Texeira can't hit a homerun, All the pitchers stink except for rivera and cc, jeter can't hit anything out of the infield, and they don't even update the players to the year.
Summary: fast shipping& totally worth buying. definately worth $17 and a appropriate shipping price. Many different play options. I would have liked 2 know if it was multi-player or not. But still an overall great buy.
Summary: This game for the DS is ok, not great, just ok. Be advised that when set on auto field, the fielders do some really dumb things. (Outfielders don't run to the ball, they just wait for it to reach them- letting it drop for a hit, the first baseman will run AWAY from the ball which is usually headed to RIGHT WHERE HE WAS JUST STANDING, he'll also throw the ball to the wrong base (if the ball is hit to him with a runner on second, he will ALWAYS throw the ball to third...
Summary: I was looking for a good baseball game for my Nintendo and that is exactly what I found in this new version of MLB 2K10. It is not great but it is fun. There still is some technical things that do not add up....like the announcements by the broadcaster, scoring plays often show up the next batter instead of on the spot, and sometimes the baseball disappears from the field of play and you have to start all over again.
Summary: It's hard to find decent games for DS that aren't aimed at children or teens. Bringing MLB 2K10 to DS is a bold move for 2K sports. Unlike porting an Xbox game to PC, DS requires new thinking in the design of an existing game. 2K does an admirable job here. Gameplay is entertaining, if not overly challenging. Good use is made of the dual screen concept with the top screen containing all the scoreboard and player info.
Summary: I disagree with most of what has been written. I do agree about the game freezing. I brought it back to the store where I bought it for that reason. It also was not recording an out when one was made. The graphics are far superior & the game is really easy to play with one exception - more on that later. I like the fact that most of all the stadiums are represented. They also have full rosters. There is no umpire to see & no people in the stands behind 1 st & 3 rd base.