Summary: Just the customization options this game offers is unreal. I have changed up the entire roster to represent all time greats of each team. Plus you can fully create 32 teams( which I have also done to represent Japanese baseballs all time best). It also has JRPG elements(mlb the life) to it that helps set it apart from other baseball titles. I have been playing this game since 08 and still play it today. The gameplay mechanics are superior to most games released now.
Summary: I saw the great reviews and did a fair amount of research for this nice little game. Most of my game reviews are 4's or 5's, with a few 3's because I review them thoroughly and I try to get games I can replay. I will branch out and get a new game every now and then. I have tried other baseball games. MLB 2k7 for the xbox 360. Great graphics but just okay gameplay. The Bigs 2 for PS2 is a good arcade baseball game.
Summary: Games like these are the reason why I am still playing my PS2. Whether you're new to baseball (like me), or a seasoned veteran, this game has depth for weeks. The graphics and animation will make you smile, and the game play is solid gold. This is actually one of the last gems for the PS2, so if you still have the classic black box sitting around, and enjoy sports games, this one is a no-brainer. It's also under 10 bucks on Amazon, which makes it amazing value for money!
Summary: MLB Power Pros is a game that can be played on Playstation 2 or Wii. It is a fun, animated version of America's game. It projects players with amazing accuracy with facial features. The players are missing legs, but you have to remember it is an amimated game. There are many game modes. To start, I will talk about the Success game mode. This game mode revovles around a player you name, who plays in the Double A.
Summary: I haven't played a baseball game for the PS2 since All Star Baseball 2003 by Aklaim (remember that?) What made that game great was the realistic action, 900 players (both living and dead) and 50 stadiums, including classics like the Polo Grounds, Ebbet's Field, and the original Yankee Stadium (before they ruined it with blue vinyl siding).