Summary: This is a fun game, and well worth playing. Where it lost stars for me is the length and replay factor. Once I beat this game and unlocked everything, there was very little reason for me to ever play it again. Two player play was fine, but when it came to individual play, it was short and left me wanting more.
Summary: Usually when you play a Mario sports game you would think the non-baseball power ups and such would ruin it but that wasn't what ruined this game. It's a fun game to play and takes a while to get used to controls but there are some things wrong with the game. 1. If you are good at baseball video games this is easy to beat and once you get really good at it there's no challenge. 2.
Summary: This is a fairly fun game, however, it definitely has its flaws. Challenge mode isn't hard enough, especially after getting the hang of the timing within the game. Plus, there are unneeded games to play in the challenge mode. I would say an occasional exhibition game on here is better than the challenge mode once you do the challenge mode even once. Overall, an okay game with rather simple, user-friendly controls.
Summary: This is a fun baseball game for the whole family. I believe people who don't necessarily like baseball will enjoy this. It's not what I'd call a "serious" baseball game in the way that Mario Sports Resort golf isn't a serious golf game compare to Tiger Woods games, for example. The most important thing people need to know is they should wear eye protection when playing Super Sluggers.
Summary: Maybe this is so highly rated because mostly children play it? Havibng said that, it is by no means a bad game. I never played the gamecube version, but there are a few things better than or different than Wii Sports baseball. First of all, the character selection is fantastic and imaginative. Not only can you use Donkey Kong, for example, but his approach at bat is to swing his boxing gloved fist at the ball.
Summary: Short Conclusion First: Rent it first, see how you like. On to the review, I really liked the Gamecube version. The game had endurance in it, still play it. Super Slugger doesn't. The Wii-ness of the game is simple, but fulfilling enough. Throwing, running, batting are well done. I should say base running takes some time to get used to. Their choice of how to control base runners is logical, however, not necessarily how you will be used to controlling base runners.
Summary: This game isn't too bad. I was really excited about this game when I got it. Because I absoutley loved the old game Mario Superstar Baseball But sadly I was disappointed with it. There are several improvments from the old game like a lot more characters. Most are all there right away but a few you have unlock. There are lots of ballparks to play. Again some are there right away but there a lot to unlock.