Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K6
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Major League Baseball 2K6 Review
16 June 2006
Excerpt: At last, the wait is over. The GameCube version of Major League Baseball 2K6 is finally on store shelves, approximately two months after the Xbox, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and Xbox 360 versions shipped. The developers wisely took advantage of the extra development time to fix all of the bugs that plagued the other versions, transforming a formerly haphazard game into a solid baseball simulation.
Pros: Exquisite hitting and pitching interfaces, Deep franchise mode, Inside Edge integrates stats into gameplay, They fixed the bugs that plagued the other versions
Cons: Replays and cutaways are a rarity, Batter walk-ups were removed from GameCube version, Atmosphere just isn't exciting, No online play
Conclusion: At the core, MLB 2K6 has the makings of becoming a very successful franchise, especially with EA banished to the college ranks. Hitting and pitching controls are excellent, but improved defensive movement and base running control are still needed.
Excerpt: All three of the above car brands offer high speeds, smooth handling, and plenty of optional features. The difference between them is that Ferraris and Porsches look sexy, whereas a BMW is typically dull and business-like. That's MLB 2K6 in a nutshell--playable, but not much fun to watch.