Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K10
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Expected Much More
Tim Walsh, Amazon
16 April 2011
Summary: Luckily, I got this from the library to see if i should buy it. I was expecting the amazing graphics I saw on the youtube videos for the playstation 3 version. What i got was cheap, homemade graphics that looked like they belong on a nintendo '64. I have played Sims 3 on the Wii, and that has great graphics, so there is just no excuse for this. It is simply the game designers being lazy. The people look like little boxes with arms legs and faces copy-pasted on top.
not good, but your only decent option for wii,xbox
nota2kfan , GameStop
24 October 2010
Summary: Graphics are cool and all but gameplay is super unrealistic....Everyhit is homer...but if you don't have a ps3, it's your only (decent) option... i got it for wii and they took out some of the features that they have for xbox and ps3, like my player mode
Summary: This is one of the worst Wii baseball games so far. The teams are not up to date, and the players and teams are all way underrated or way overrated. The opposition robs most home runs that are hit but, can't hit no matter the team or difficulty level. The Franchise and Season modes are still the same. The controls changed and are a little better the 2k9.
Summary: I thought this game was a wate of money because The graphics where not as good and gameplay was as good as 2K9. Grahics- I thought it needed to be better because 2K9 was pretty much as good as 2K10's graphics but 2K10 just had a little improvment. I thought the people in the stands looked bad because they did not look anything like people when they did the blimp view they looked like dots and I got anoyed with that.
Summary: If you already own MLB2K8 or MLB2K9, DO NOT buy MLB2K10. The graphics are the same if not worse than the previous titles, and the rosters are not accurate at all. Player numbers, starting line ups, pitching rotations, they are all wrong. Why would you release a baseball game before the start of the MLB season and NOT have the option of updating rosters in the game itself.
Summary: I bought this game the day it came out. This is the first realistic sports game I have purchased for the WII. I usually buy these kind of games for the XBox but decided to try it on the WII. BIG MISTAKE! First off, the gameplay is not realistic at all. You either hit a home run or strike out or ground out. Not much inbetween. I first tried to play in All-Star mode and it was too easy. I had a 3 hit shutout the first game I played and won 21-0.