Summary: Let me start off with the Cons of the game: 1) Too many home runs hit by the CPU (even by lowering the sliders they still hit opposite field home runs with ease) 2) Bullpen pitchers can go 3 innings every time (in back to back games you see the same reliever go 2 and 3 innings without being tired, I...
Summary: It's a very good baseball game, certainly more in-depth than Ken Griffey Jr.'s Slugfest on the N64. However, Loud Pipes by Ratatat is the only bearable song in the game, and it wasn't super fun playing the game without music.
Summary: i initially bought 2k7 for the flashy graphics- but the horrendous framerate and joe morgan drove me away. thank goodness this is available til the next MVP game arrives. the pitching is challenging and the batting interface is excellent.
Summary: I don't mean that as a knock on this game, it is a compliment. This year's game was very good and was only the first next gen offering, so I can imagine how next year's will be. I just recently purchased a PS3 and this was the first game on my radar.
Summary: After playing this game I can say for sure that there is no reason to buy 2k's baseball game if you own a PS3 (or even a PS2 for that matter). The graphics on this are so much better on the PS3 than 2k7 and gameplay is so much more natural.
Summary: The game hasn't changed much from last years, and it's quite obvious that it's a port from it's playstation 2 form, graphics can be much better. It's a really good game and the road to the show is great.
Summary: I had left a review for MLB 2k7 also and everything that I said and everything that I expected for this version of The Show held true. I can't review the game for itself becuase different people have different preferences. However in comparison to it's compititon, there is no contest.
Summary: I had that other baseball game (2K7) but did not like the out of focus look. For example when you are at the plate, the stands in the outfield are blurry and out of focus. I hated that so much that I sold the game right away. That also happens when the camera is on the batter.