Reviews and Problems with Major League Baseball 2K6
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Major League Baseball 2K6
16 September 2010
Conclusion: At least they learned from this for future installments. If you want a fun, albeit unrealistic baseball game, go play The BIGS or something. Hell, go buy MLB 2K7 or later. But if you are desperate for a gamerscore boost and aren't afraid to be infurated by crash bugs abound, MLB 2K6 is a decent...
Excerpt: That's right, the gameplay isn't that much different than the PS2/Xbox version; in fact, it could very well be a step down. The mechanics, the player movement - it just doesn't seem, or play, right.
Excerpt: The life of a videogame reviewer seems glamorous: fast cars, beautiful women, and baccarat in Monte Carlo. Reviewing seems like James Bond with 100% less wacky villains wearing razor-edged bowler hats. We sit in the lap of luxury, dispensing our scores like the gods of old.
Excerpt: I can still remember playing my first-ever baseball game. Back in 1986, my parents had bought me a Nintendo Entertainment System. We got Mario with it but shortly after, picked up the original baseball game.
Conclusion: Major League Baseball 2K6 is an interesting if flawed baseball game that happens to be available for twenty dollars less on the current-gen systems. If you own either of those, you’d have to be crazy to buy this game for the 360, because all you get for the extra twenty dollars are some...
Pros: Great hitting, Interesting scouting feature, Excellent online content
Cons: That feels overburdened, Sloppy delivery, Terrible fielding, Not next-gen
Excerpt: A wild pitch. Last year, baseball gamers were in the enviable position of having too many good options. Did they want to swing at EA’s fastball? Take a crack at 2K’s breaking ball? Or be patient and rock Sony’s skillful change-up?
Pros: Great hitting, Interesting scouting feature, Excellent online content, That feels overburdened, Sloppy delivery, Terrible fielding