Keep it simple - too much to remember, just to play a little ball
Randall C. Wright, Amazon
17 August 2011
Summary: I'm not a huge gamer...not even. Maybe you need to be a full-time gamer to understand and remember all of the controlls. I spend too much time trying to figure what button to push that it destroys my reaction time. I do like the graphics and the ability to start your own player from scratch and work him on up through the leagues. I guess I just need to spend a couple of days figuring out how to use the controllers...or I could just play my "MLB Power Pros"!
Summary: This was my first sports game for the Wii, so i didn't really know what toexpect....I really really hope they're not all similar to the bigs 2. The only pros i would say about this game would be the fact that u can use the classic controller, which really helps for sports games....and the graphics are decent, but not great....although i understand you're not supposed to expect much graphic-wise on the wii.
Summary: This game could have been so much better but it just doesn't get it done. To start with, the graphics are pretty poor. Yeah, I know its a Wii but they look like something you would have seen on Nintendo 64. The various modes of gameplay are varied enough that you can spend a good while in each of them but in reality, its all the same. The regular "play ball" is okay, about what you'd expect...just a single game. The season play is about the same.
Summary: Hey, I got The Bigs 1 for Wii back in 2006 and had no interest in baseball what so ever. Now because of that game I am really into baseball and watch every game of my home team. I was looking so forward to this game and got it today about an hour ago. I already want to sell it. It's ridiculously hard and even on easy on "become a legend mode". They never explained the controls real well and the control have changed a lot from the first.