Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K12
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Quality Graphics and Complex Gaming experience for Wii
K. Strid, Amazon
10 August 2014
Summary: This is probably the last Wii game we'll purchase. Too few Wii games available and we'll get the kids a better system this Christmas. However, they have probably 75 games or so, and this is by far the best Wii game I've seen as far as graphics and gaming experience goes- including Tiger Woods golf and Call of Duty. They (11 and 13 year old boys) have played this practically every day while out on break this Summer and still have not gotten to the two highest levels.
Summary: My son really loves this game and plays it over and over again. It is a little tricky to get the hang of the controls at first, but once you get it, it's great. We were disappointed though that Adam Jones is white on the game. Why did they make Adam Jones white???
Summary: This game is pretty fun, the control are interactive, and keeps you wanting more. The main problem that i see in this game is that from the start the game riggs on who is going to win. It doesnt matter how you pitch the game, You can pitch out of the strike zone and the opposing team will hit every time. For an experiment I replayed the same game in my career 30 times, I pitched several different ways. My fast ball is at 105 mph my overall pitcher rating is 94.
Summary: I hate this game for 2 reasons. 1: The Graphics are terrible! Come on 2k, SERIOUSLY!!?? And 2: whenever you play the game, you start to win in the beginning and have a 7 run lead, and then all of a sudden your playing the same way and then all tht happens is they get 15 runs in an inning. You lose everytime!
Summary: Major league Baseball 2K12 for the Wii was a gift to my son so I cannot tell you if I enjoy it. But he tell me that he is really enjoying it. He was asking for 2K13 but I guess it will be out soon for the Wii.
Summary: I'm a Tigers fan and bought this because Verlander is on the cover. Not being a gamer, it is pretty challenging. I gave up 10 runs in one inning using Verlander. It will take practice. I need to figure out how to update the roster.