Reviews and Problems with Little League World Series 2008
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Little League World Series 2008 Review
Cheat Code Central
9 April 2009
Conclusion: That's not to say it's not worth a look. If you're really into baseball, you'll still find something to love with Little League World Series. But it doesn't always feel like a full-fledged baseball game, despite the inclusion of some addictive collectibles and mutliplayer modes. MLB Power Pros remains the best baseball game on the Nintendo Wii thanks to its surprising depth, limitless customization, and MLB License.
Summary: Little League World Series 2008 is a game that caters to the casual fan. By that I don't mean you mom or little sister, but for those who want a quick fix and don't look to play in lengthy seasons or care too much about stats. It's like a game that bridges the gap between something uber simplistic like Wii Sports and something more deep like MLB Power Pros.
Excerpt: Little League World Series 2008 was designed specifically for Wii, from the ground up. Activision is proud of that fact, enough so that there's a little notice to that effect on the front--and back--of the packaging. What does that mean for you, though? Nintendo gamers have been promised similar things in the past, after all, and the end results were generally less than admirable. How does the latest such title fare? Pretty well, actually.