Summary: This is one of the best games as far as simulation goes. It also has a lot of extra things like All Time and Negro League greats. The place that it kind of falls off is in commentation and the batting controls. Maybe spending only a week is too short to adjust to the way you need to control the tilt and position of the batting cursor at the same time, but it just seemed too much to me.
Summary: I went out and bought this game becuase i loved last years version, I would say im pleased with my purchase there are some great things in this game, like scenario mode which is cool and gives you a chance to do try to break up no hitters, etc. Also pickup mode is great and gives the game some more replay value than other baseball games on the market. The graphics in this game are amazing. The franchise mode is 20 years long and gives you a chance to build up a team.
Summary: This is a good game, but one issue from last year still has not been adequately addressed. There are too many fly balls in this game, and the ability to hit homeruns frequently give it more of an arcade quality than one of a simulation. Other than that, this game is fun to play.
Summary: Except for the ball popping into the fielders glove from about 4 feet away. This game almost got five stars except for that annoying glich. When a ball is hit to a fielder the ball will be about 4 or 5 feet away and all of a sudden it is in the glove. The Good: This game is really fun to play with a tremendous amount of features that should make any baseball gamer happy.
Summary: Would have gotten 5 stars if it were Xbox live compatible... At least you can get the rosters downloaded. Graphics are pretty decent, it's much better than previous seasons. Sound is a little weak, announcing is pretty good, but the crowd noises sound like they are coming through a tunnel. Bat cracking, pitching, sound of the ball hitting glove are nice, very realistic. Gameplay... Oh man. It could have been so much better than it is, but it's still pretty good.