Summary: When i first got it, it looked really fun but when i tried to start a franchise as the Brewers it kept saying System can't read disk. This is so frustrating I wouldn't recommend it to others.[note; 2k sports is terrible don't buy any of their games they always freeze up it's so annoying.
Summary: The reason I got this game is because it looked like the most realistic baseball simulation for the Wii. It has some serious drawbacks that make it somewhat tedious, however. Primarily, the graphics are a lot worse than I expected. This effects hitting in particular. The pitcher is kind of grainy, so it's frustrating and more difficult than it should be to read and react to a pitch. Additionally, the game takes no advantage of the Wii controller.
Summary: I had some hopeful expectation for this game but I cant seem to figure it out. I tried to create hank Aaron but then it says I cant use him in franchise mode. Yes graphics are pretty horrible but atleast there are fans in the stands. Gameplay is not realistic so same swing can be Homer or out. That's probably why I am stuck watching the computer play itself (cards vs. NL all stars) and the unrealistic score is zeros in the sixth with some infieldhits for good measure.
Summary: Well, none of the rosters are updated. When attempting to do a Reds vs. Cardinals before looking through anything else in the game, I noticed Alonso was in the lineup! All the big name free agents are not assigned teams either. Took me about two hours to assign all the free agents and do the trades to actually play an accurate season.