Summary: The game had not been out that long, and was already in the cheap bin, so I was expecting a below average game. I picked it up anyway, and i am glad I did. If you like baseball I would suggest picking it up. I won't go into great detail as others have, but to me it was well worth the smaller price tag.
Summary: My son is a baseball fanatic, not video game, but playing the real thing. He has logged a ton of time with this game. This is an arcade style game, nothing terribly realistic about it (guessing the MLB games are more like watching real live baseball). He likes the whole turbo pitch and hit concept. Scoring a ton of runs. The homerun derby prize. The graphics are decent. Controls are dirt simple. Learning curve is very small.
Summary: Wow,This game takes me back to good old arcade days! this game is so easy to play. Not like all these newer games which have to many controls to mess with. Dont get me wrong, its not cheesy. I love The Power up feature and the special features you can use in the field. The Graphics are cool too! the only draw back is you cant play a season or at least if you can i havent figured it out yet. Lots of fun!!
Summary: Creo que de todos los baseball que jugue desde el atari este es uno de los mejores, pero definitivamente le falta algo y creo que no esta dentro del juego, falta más en la celebracion de los homerun, en lo que pasa en las graderias, etc.
Summary: I was fairly concerned if this game would be a good investment before it was released. The previews and trailers for it were very impressive, but I am loyal to the show for the simple fact that the gameplay is flat out better. The Bigs was released and has the same gameplay as the original 2K Baseball sim, but with this particular game the gameplay works. The whole problem with MLB 2k7 is that the gameplay is an arcade style on a simulation style game.