Summary: Before buying this game i didnt even know the rules of baseball. I really liked the game and allready spent many days playing the road to the show mode. Main thing that kept me playing is that the game is pretty hard when you try to bat even at the easiest setting, so i keep trying to get better. Also the rpg elements of the road to the show mode are well designed and addictive.
Summary: Really great baseball game - awesome gameplay and really nice graphics! Comes highly recommended if you're planning to do some serious gaming against the computer. However, if you're planning to go online and compete against all those cyberspace baseball junkies out there be warned: the online version simply doesnt work (or at least not for me!).
Summary: Great game. A bit buggy. 4 out 5 games on line get disconnected from your opponent after 4 to 6 innings. It gets frustrating. Some graphics and actions are out of sync. Hitting is random. Sometimes you hit a bad pitch as a homerun, but then you swing at a strike down the middle and hit a weak grounder. It seems very random.
Summary: I decided to hunt this game down after hearing so many good things about it - from critics and from one of my mates who is also into baseball. I bought 'The Bigs' for my Wii a year and a bit ago now, and I have to say that it is a fun game (motion controls add to the fast-moving experience), however it is very much an arcade version of the sport - 'Big Play meter' like unstoppable HR's and pitches being your reward on successfully filling a points bar with successful...
Summary: MLB the Show 2010 is an impressive game. Great realistic graphisms, the game is complete : Tactical system, statistics, and truly immersive play. A great game of baseball for the fans. A "Must Have" if you love baseball.
Summary: Je vais faire bref: même si vous ne connaissez pas ou n'aimez pas le baseball, il faut avoir vu au moins une fois ce jeu en démo pour se rendre compte de l'incroyable puissance de la console Sony PS3. Le niveau de détail est tout simplement démentiel: chaque joueur est doté de son propre jeu d'animations qui fait qu'on le reconnaît (si on suit la saison MLB sur ESPN America par exemple) même de dos.