Summary: I've been a fan of baseball games and the controls of this game were not a piece of cake. I didn't like the pitching controls, for it was very difficult to move the cursor to the correct position to make a good pitch and as for the batting is was good and once I got used to getting good timing it was a piece of cake. The graphics were pretty good with a few glitches in the game. Overall this a good baseball game, but I'd recommend The Show series instead.
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. Another thing I really don't like about this game is that is can be difficult to see a base.
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. Also i dunno about anyone else, but my game freezes alot as well. Oh yeah, the soundtrack kinda sucks too, they oughta do like Xbox & let U load ur own music...
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. However, if you're looking for a change, and want to play your favorite team during the upcoming season, this is a fun game. The pitching interface is awesome. Rather than 'click-click-click' you actually have to move the joysticks to complete a pitch. Batting is decent.
Summary: Awkward menus and ugly visuals lead to a very mediocre presentation. With sports, looks are almost as important as the gameplay nowadays. As for gameplay, it's not great either. I'm finally resting from my stint with the 2K10 million dollar challenge. From buying this and BC2 at a midnight release, I've spent more than enough hours to get a grasp on the gameplay, and I had both fun and incredibly frustrating moments.