Summary: I found this seller was spot on this game like brand new and still had a price sticker of 19.99 on it lol now I wish I bult it when it came out for the big head offer damn... btw it's not that for off the show realy not but I like the show better cus I like using my own music playing it mainly.
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. This is not a game I would buy at $60, as when it came out, but rather, I would get this game at a cheaper price range from $10-$30 USD. This game contains good entertainment and is worth buying for cheap.
Summary: First you have to understand that this is a graphic-based game and you are not manipulating "real" people. There are a lot of quirks - such as bad turns when running bases (particularly when rounding first and third.) Also, I have had my pitcher disappear - leaving just a floating baseball - when making a pitching change. Like other reviewers, I find that fielding and pitching are excellent while hitting is extremely difficult.
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. But then come the multitude of bugs & glitches. Many a time I would slam a homerun over the fence just to have the camera centered on the ball, & it would stay there.
Not as realistic as I had hoped, but still good game
10 August 2010
Summary: This is more of an "arcade" video game instead of one that is "lifelike". Still learning how to hit, but pitching is pretty cool. Fielding takes some time to learn. Commentary is okay. Wish the stadiums were more life like. For example, when the Braves get on base, in real life, they start the tomahawk chop, but on this game, they play music. Overall, 4 stars.
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. The gameplay itself seems to have evolved well. Batting is more intuitive, so you wont be holding your breathe praying to get some wood on the ball.
Summary: First, let me say that I love baseball. Since I don't have a PS3, this is all I get. I plan to remedy that some day, but until then, I have to deal with this. Being that this is all that I get, my opinion of it isn't as harsh as it otherwise would be. For those of you who follow baseball, the title will give you all you need to know about my feelings about this game. It has a ton of potential and there are bright spots that really come through once in a while.
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. This means I don't care about franchise modes, manager modes or creating a rookie player and working my way to the big leagues. I just like to pick teams and play. Lets start with the improvements.
Summary: I'm going to give the game a 7.75 because putting it in the "8" range seems a little too generous for a game that still has a ton of rough edges. But having bought the game and spent a little time with it, I am confident enough that this will be a game I actually hold onto and start up a real franchise. And, given that there's no baseball alternative on 360, I consider my 7.75 to be a pretty decent score.