Summary: This game isn't half bad once it's patched. Decided to pick up it up since I saw it had better graphics then 2K10, and it isnt bad. The player faces are way crappier on this game, but the overall graphics are nicer. Errors happen way too frequently though, and are almost non existent in 2K10. Maybe 2k11 will give us what we're looking for.
Summary: I must state that I am not what I would consider an avid gamer. I have never left a review for a game but feel that I must warn people before they purchase this product. I do play frequently but I typically limit myself to sports games and only do 52 game seasons in baseball. Initially I was impressed by this game, I'm a fan of the menu format and the graphics are on par with other 360 sports games.
Summary: This game is best better than last year's game. It runs smoother, it looks better, and in the beginning at least it is simply better during the actual game. However, some issues still carry over, and some new things exist: 1) Hitting the ball against the wall can result in the fielder merging into the wall and getting stuck. This is only resolved by jogging all the way home and scoring. I mean, maybe you could have gotten a triple..
Summary: This game is really not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. Yes there are glitches, what game doesn't have them, and there are some things that are just odd. Some things I noticed: -Outfielding is difficult, you have to really control your movements and can't start and stop on a dime, weird, kind of like real life. once the player is in the dark circle, very little movement is needed.
Summary: I am a life long MVP then MLB player. This is my first experience with the 2k series. The graphics of the field and crowds are absolutely phenomenal. The controls take a while to get use to and the lag between batters is too long. I feel like I sit and pound the a button to get the next guy up faster. Once you get the hitting down, it seems like home run derby. The glitches are everywhere in this game.