Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K10
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RavensFootball17, Game Informer
18 August 2010
Summary: After spendinga couple of seasons with this game I now realize its very similiar to spring training. Those games are a lie, exactly how your first few in 2k10 are. Playing those couple of games you would think this title would alright, a much improved successor over last years 2k9.
Summary: I was very skeptical of purchasing another 2K baseball game. The series until this point had never lived up to the standards that i felt it was obligated to present with the lone title for the 360. This entry has been not just a pleasant suprise, but also an enjoyable game.
Summary: The folks at 2K were right, this game is definitely much different from all the previous versions. They brought back the classic style pitching and they made it tough for you to hit home runs and get strikeouts unless you know what you're doing.
Summary: Now this is more like it. MLB 2k10 is what I've been waiting for from 2k Sports. I know most PS3 owners prefer MLB The Show but I've always preferred the 2k series. I thought 2k9 was OK. I didn't think it was as bad as so many people claimed. Now I'm a casual sports gamer.
Summary: In general, I would say this game is fun. The graphics are good and I like the announcers they have for this game. One thing that I do not like about this game is that is freezes a lot. I have tried to contact 2K Sports about this problem, but I have not really gotten any resolutions.
Summary: The only reason to buy 2K is if you only have an XBox. Anyone with a PS3 should go with The Show. It has always been and always will be the superior MLB game. It is the only game that I still play on my PS3.
Summary: Graphics are really nice & pitching is easily controlled. Hitting & stealing bases on the other hand are dang near impossible, having to use the analog for power swings is very frustrating as I struck out alot B4 finaly getting it halfway down.
Summary: If you are into the mode of creating your own player and moving him up to the minors, stop now and go buy MLB the Show. This game tries to copy that, but is kinda buggy and not a whole lot of fun.
Summary: This game is perfect. I bought the PS3 in order to play this game. I am not at all disappointed in this purchase. I would have to say that I am sort of an addict. I must play at least one game a day and when I lose I want to play it again.
Summary: Major League Baseball 2K10 is a nice game overall. MLB 2K10 was released on March 2, 2010. The game's cover features Evan Longoria. There are some glitches, but that doesn't ruin the gameplay entirely.